May 6, 2011 11:30AM

Friday Links

By Cato Editors
  • With both parties gearing up to battle over the debt ceiling, Republicans need to stop apologizing for spending cuts and argue for a smaller government.
  • Pat Michaels sat down with Caleb Brown to talk about the influence of politics on science.
  • There are many answers that Osama bin Laden's death does not provide.
  • A scalpel is more effective than a sledgehammer against terrorists.
  • Please join us on Monday at 4 p.m. as Prof. Amitai Etzioni of George Washington University Law School debates Cato vice president for legal affairs Roger Pilon on the moral implication of deficits, debt and the budget battles ahead. Cato executive vice president David Boaz will be moderating. Complimentary registration is required by noon, eastern, May 6, 2011. If you can't join us in person, we hope you can join us online.