Saturday, July 4, 2009
The Serious Medicine Argument Debuts In The Washington Note
Steve Clemons, my colleague at the New America Foundation, runs a blog, The Washington Note, that is renowned for its point of view--I would call it liberal-libertarian-realist- internationalism. Since 9-11, Steve's main interest has been foreign policy--TWN probably did more than any other single media outlet to block the Senate confirmation of John Bolton to be UN Ambassador--but he has always had a strong interest, too, in science and technology issues, especially as they result to economic development.
And above all else, Steve is not afraid of an argument, if an important issue is at stake. And since health care is an important issue, he ran this piece of mine, "Why the Health Care Debate Is Boring--And How to Make It Interesting."
Posted by James P. Pinkerton at 6:21 AM