Meet Your New Guest Bloggers (Again)

Thanks to our terrific stable of outgoing guest bloggers--though they're not all leaving you; Scott Winship decided he wasn't done talking, so he'll be staying over.


But we have three new guest bloggers for you:

Jonathan Adler is a law professor at Case Western who specializes in environmental law.  He normally blogs at Volokh Conspiracy, where he has considerably shaped my views on things like climate change.

Laura McKenna is a PhD, a special needs mother, and one of my favorite bloggers.  She's been writing for us on the mess that is American education policy, and hopefully will be writing more here.

Dr. Manhattan has guest-blogged here before.  Its' the pseudonym of a securities lawyer toiling in the endless fields where financial regulation is grown and harvested.  He also used to be one of my favorite bloggers, before he gave it up in favor of having a real life.

Be nice to them.  I miss you all.

Megan McArdle is a columnist at Bloomberg View and a former senior editor at The Atlantic. Her new book is The Up Side of Down.

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