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Who’s Blogging about Cato

Here’s your weekly round up of bloggers who are writing about Cato research, analysis and commentary:

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Who’s Blogging about Cato

Here’s a round-up of bloggers writing about Cato research and analysis:

  • Blogging from Korea, Joseph Steinberg writes about Cato’s foreign policy views on East Asia.
  • Chris Estes defends Obama’s decision to slap a tariff on Chinese tire imports, and cites Dan Ikenson’s research on the subject.
  • A blog that just started up this summer, Political Policy takes a look at Cato’s analysis of Obama’s health care address to Congress.
  • Wes Messamore rounds up libertarian responses to the 9/12 demonstration in Washington DC.
  • Y-Intercept takes a look at Jim Harper’s analysis of government transparency.
  • Bloggers at The Liberty Pen cite Michael Cannon’s research on the “public option” provision that has been debated for inclusion in the final health care reform bill.

UPDATE: The Humble Libertarian is revising his list of the top 100 libertarian blogs and is accepting submissions.

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Who’s Blogging about Cato

Here’s a roundup of bloggers who are writing about Cato research, commentary and analysis. If you’re blogging about Cato, cmoody [at] cato [dot] org (let us know.)

  • Freedom Politics blogger Thomas J. Lucente Jr. cites foreign policy expert Christopher Preble in a post about the U.S. military withdrawal from Iraq.
  • Writing about the political situation in Honduras, Patrick Murphy draws from Juan Carlos Hidalgo’s analysis on the president’s removal.
  • At the Americans for Tax Reform blog, Tim Andrews cites David Boaz’s post that lists the “taxes proposed or publicly floated by President Obama and his aides and allies.”
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Who’s Blogging about Cato

Here’s a round-up of bloggers who are writing about Cato commentary, research and analysis:

  • Real Clear World blogger Greg Scoblete quotes Justin Logan on how pundits in Washington are handling the protests in Iran.
  • In a round-up of commentary about Obama’s health care plan, Liberty Papers blogger Stephen Gordon quotes Michael Tanner’s analysis of Obama’s proposal.
  • Colin Grabow writes about Brandon Arnold’s commentary on the effect of taxes on European sports.

Who’s Blogging about Cato

Here’s your weekly roundup of bloggers who are writing about Cato research and commentary:

  • Insider Online blogger Alex Adrianson covers Cato’s standoff with Hugo Chavez supporters and government agents during a pro-free market conference in Venezuela.
  • Writing for Real Clear World’s Compass blog,
  • At Red State, Ryan Ellis uses Michael Cannon’s research in a post about a market-based alternative to government-run health care.

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Who’s Blogging about Cato

Here’s a weekly round up bloggers who are writing about Cato research, commentary and analysis:

  • QandO’s Bruce McQuain cites Doug Bandow’s commentary on Obama’s new credit card legislation.
  • At the Reason Foundation blog, Anthony Randazzo writes about Cato research showing that there is a significant pay gap between government and private workers.

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Who’s Blogging about Cato

Here’s a roundup of bloggers who are writing about Cato research and commentary:

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