Moving On

Jason Kuznicki

Jason Kuznicki is a research fellow at the Cato Institute and contributor of Cato Unbound. He's on twitter as JasonKuznicki. His interests include political theory and history.

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24 Responses

  1. North says:

    I am stricken that you’re moving on but respect your choice (even if I disagree with your reasons). I’ll try and look in on your new digs regularily.Report

  2. Burt Likko says:

    Well, I shall miss your posts here greatly. Best wishes for the new site and watch for me there.Report

  3. greginak says:

    sorry to see you going jason. once you go clown, we will all frown.Report

  4. Saul Degraw says:

    So long and thanks for all the fish.

    Er thoughtful and provocative pieces of writing.Report

  5. Mike Schilling says:

    You will be missed.Report

  6. Jaybird says:

    Oh, dude. This is good for you but… man. I will miss the heck out of you and will visit Clown Town until I am banned.Report

  7. Patrick says:

    I second the regrets that you’re moving on, and the best wishes for the new digs.

    I note that we’ll probably still send you email demanding that you participate in an occasional Symposium using an occasional guest post.


  8. Chris says:

    I’ll miss you here, but I do hope that now that you’ve got a place of your own again, you’ll post more.Report

  9. Michael Cain says:

    Added it to my bookmark list. I’m curious about what you thought might not appeal — OT is a pretty eclectic place…Report

  10. zic says:

    Two things.

    First, I feel like the series on belief incomplete; and I was very much enjoying it. To my mind, there’s no person more willing to push against his own biases, so your insights were greatly valued. I hope you’ll continue the series, Jason.

    Second is a huge thank you for editing my most recent post. I needed an editor, I’ve worked with many gifted editors, and you did as fine a job as any I’ve ever worked with. With your departure, I mourn I’ll not be able to ask for it again. I cannot tell you how much I appreciated your effort.

    I love the quote from Virginia Postrel.Report

    • Jason Kuznicki in reply to zic says:

      I found the religion series very hard to complete. I just couldn’t come up with a satisfying conclusion to it at all. I may revisit it in time, and making it a swan song here might be the push that I need.

      As to the editing, don’t hesitate to ask again. I’d be delighted.Report

  11. Michelle says:

    Sorry to see you go but best wishes with your new venture.Report

  12. James K says:

    Sorry to see you go Jason, but I’ll keep an eye on your new project.Report

  13. Vikram Bath says:


    (By the way, you don’t have an RSS link up there.

    Also, should this be considered an inversion?Report

  14. Rufus F. says:

    Ah, if it’s a choice between you not writing here and writing there, I’m glad to have a place to read you. Best wishes.Report

  15. Miss Mary says:

    Miss you already.Report

  16. Stillwater says:

    Jason, I’m sad that you’re leaving us Loogies for greener grasses. You’re the one libertarian who gave me faith in the whole experiment. (Well, Hanley too, but don’t tell any I said that.) One thing, tho: I’ve noticed that you aren’t accepting comments at your new place, which must be an oversight on your part, or more likely a technical glitch that will soon be worked out.

    Good luck to you, sir, on your new endeavor. You’ll see me over there soon.Report

  17. This may not be appropriate in a thread like this one, but here’s an explanation of why I won’t be reading Jason’s new blog.

    tl;dr: It has everything to do with my dislike of clowns and nothing to do with Jason, whom I greatly admire and respect and whose contributions to the OT I’ll miss.Report