You have to give points to WaPoists over the Beltarians in reporting on the Koch-Cato power opera.
Koch-controlled, beltarian magazine Reason manages to report on Koch-Cato, giving background on the founding of Cato, without mentioning Murray Rothbard, who was an original founder and came up with the name for the institute. Neat trick.
Slate, owned by the Washington Post, correctly discusses the Koch-Cato power battle and significantly mentions Rothbard in the first paragraph of their story.
It's not hard to understand why the Kochs want Murray Rothbard buried in a memory hole, given the fact that Rothbard was heaved out of the Cato institute because of Murray's principled libertarian stand versus the opportunistic desires of the billionaires and that a feud is again now arising that does two things, raise the question of the Kochs as opportunists over principle, once again and once again brings to the surface Rothbard's original ownership in the institute, this time with documentation that the Kochs originally kept away from Rothbard. An ownership that now traces to Lew Rockwell, founder of the Mises Institute, an Institute the Kochs failed to shut down though they tried, an institute that remains steadfast in principle and has been free from the power operas that have flared around the Kochs in the 20th century and now the 21st century.