A PURGE OF THE LIBERALTARIANS? What, both of them? But actually, there doesn’t seem to be much there: “There are two big problems with Weigel’s insinuation. First, Cato has not changed or even deemphasized any of its positions on those issues where they have long differed with conservatives including the war on drugs, immigration, foreign policy, and others. If they were trying to move ‘back into the right’s fold,’ one would think they would pulled back on these positions at least to some noticeable extent. . . . Second, it is strange to claim that Cato got rid of Lindsey for promoting a political alliance with the left at the very time when Lindsey himself recently disavowed that very idea.” I think this is a case of let’s-you-and-him-fight.
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