Occasional NR contributor Julian Sanchez offers a “pre-resignation” from the Cato Institute:
I don’t generally subscribe to the popular caricature of the Kochs as supervillains. For a lot of progressives, the Kochs now serve the same function as the Liberal Media does for conservatives: The shadowy elite cabal whose pernicious influence explains why your own common sense views aren’t universally embraced, as they otherwise would be by all right-thinking Americans.
The Koch brothers’ recent lawsuit, asserting control over the Cato Institute, raises concerns about the direction of libertarianism: No one knows quite how the Koch brothers’ recent lawsuit to take shareholder control of the Cato In... Read Post
Jerry Taylor and Julian Sanchez don't want to be under the thumb of the Koch Brothers at the Cato Institute. I sympathize. I don't want to be under the thumb of the Koch Brothers either. Read Post
Caleb O. Brown Cato Institute Scholars Respond to the 2015 State of the Union Cato Institute scholars Alex Nowrasteh, Aaron Ross Powell, Neal McCluskey, Mark Calabria, Bill Watson, Chris Edwards, Gene Healy, Chris Preble, Julian San... Read Post