The View from My Window: Tripoli
Greetings to readers of The Washington Note from Tripoli, Libya. This is a place I never really thought I’d get to — but I’m here. And after just an hour, I’m finding all sorts of things of interest.
Anyone watching the health care debate unfold this past year couldn’t help but note that it had the feel of a badly run, badly managed sports season in which the President’s team nonetheless is going to end up holding the trophy cup.
(Photo Credit: Mariurupe’s Photostream) As I have written on this blog before, I think that the debate surrounding H.R. 252 – a non-binding resolution approved by the House Foreign Affairs Committee earlier this month that calls the mass killings of Armenians in 1915 “genocide” – is very complicated and offers no simple and easy solutions….
The U.S. economic recovery is in serious need of a course correction.
I always have time for entertainment/communications industry CEO Leo Hindery and Senator Byron Dorgan — and this morning I will be with both of them at a New America Foundation forum on what is needed to chart a credible new course for the US economy.