A special thanks to all bloggers who wrote about Cato’s letter showing that there is not a unanimous agreement among economists about President Obama’s stimulus package.
Although we can’t name everyone who linked to the page, some of the bloggers include Michelle Malkin, Don Boudreaux, Damon W. Root, Alex Singleton, Cord Blomquist, , Jason Pye, Jason Talley, Andy Roth, Gerrit Lansing, J.D. Tuccille, , Frank Ahrens, ahrensf [at] washpost [dot] com ( )Rodger Thomas, Amber Gunn, Colin Grabow, Russ Johnson, Michael Patterson, Robert Huberty, David Adams and Mitch Berg.
Also blogging about Cato:
- Armchair Generalist, a blog that takes a “progressive view on military affairs,” and The Atlantic’s James Fallows cite Benjamin H. Friedman’s blog piece, “Terrorism Hysteria Watch.”
- Challenging conservatives who claim to be advocates of small government, Krystal Weeks links to David Boaz’s Cato@Liberty post revealing Republicans’ true beliefs about the role of government in our lives.
- In a post about how local politicians handle education policy, writers at the Citizen Paine Blog, a site devoted to covering Pennsylvania politics, cite Marie Gryphon’s 2006 paper on the relationship between teachers’ salaries and education quality.
If you’re writing about Cato on your blog, let us know by emailing cmoody [at] cato [dot] org or reply on Twitter using @catoinstitute.