Kerry: Climate change a 'life-threatening issue'
Jan 24, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Beaumont Enterprise
Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., sits before the committee he has served on for 28 years and led for the past four as he seeks confirmation as U.S. secretary of state, Thursday, Jan.
#1 Jan 24, 2013
I hope Kerry travels very little having done so all his life and does not emulate Hillary who did over a million miles in her short time and probably even more as the first lady and a senator.
WOW I'll remember this if she runs as a candidate in 2016.
#3 Jan 26, 2013
Face to face solves more issues than a cut and paste answer. Travel on Kerry.
#4 Jan 30, 2013
The Atlantic's Megan Garber reported she traveled 956,733 miles as America's top diplomat. "During her four years as the nation's top diplomat - and particularly during her final year in that post - Clinton fashioned herself as something of a George Clooney of global affairs, spending almost as much time up in the air as she did on the ground."
"In the process, she broke records. In July of 2012, during a trip to Finland, Clinton met Madeleine Albright's most-countries-traveled-to mark - the record, at the time - of 98 countries. She then surpassed it with a trip to Latvia. The new secretary then went on to visit 12 more countries, for a closing total of 112."
#5 Jan 31, 2013
And you broke records with scientific science fiction useless babble. So does that make you an equal?
Add your comments below
|Why Renewable Energy Is Hopeless||3 hr||Solarman||1|
|Irresponsible Physicians Oppose Nuclear Energy (Dec '13)||11 hr||SpaceBlues||265|
|Wind energy manufacturer Nordex to end producti... (Jun '13)||12 hr||lol||31|
|Cavernous Swiss power plant undermined by renew...||12 hr||Solarman||1|
|Corporate America Is Betting Big on Solar Energy||12 hr||Solarman||1|
|Costs of coal power plant proposal challenged||Sat||Solarman||1|
|Research could make solar energy more attractive||Sat||Solarman||2|
Find what you want!
Search Alternative Energy Forum Now