John Kerry Tackles World’s Greatest Threat In Asia

Written by Marilyn Assenheim on April 18, 2013

The Secretary of State also retains domestic responsibilities that Congress entrusted to the State Department in 1789, including custody of the Great Seal of the United States, preparation of certain presidential proclamations, publication of treaties and international acts as well as the official record of the foreign relations of the United States, and custody of certain original treaties and international agreements. The Secretary serves as link between the Federal Government and the States on extradition of fugitives to or from foreign countries.

PLEASE NOTE: Nowhere in this list is there any instruction or authority for the Secretary to enforce his or her personal obsessions on the world. Particularly fixations that have no scientific authority. Insistence that the scientific community backs one by “consensus” is ludicrous. First of all, it isn’t true. Secondly, it can’t, no matter how much one might want it to. By definition, science can’t be a “consensus;” science is absolute. It either is or it ain’t.

Kerry’s mooncalves become even more ridiculous with the release of a story in Reuters this week : “Climate Scientists Struggle to Explain Warming Slowdown — Scientists are struggling to explain a slowdown in climate change that has exposed gaps in their understanding and defies a rise in global greenhouse gas emissions.” So, record highs in CO2 emissions yet things are cooling off, world-wide? That isn’t a “gap in their understanding”; it’s religious fervor.

John Kerry is continuing the fine, old Democrat tradition of creating phony calamities to chase while the world crumbles around them. It is, after all, easier than dealing with authentic problems. But John Kerry is fourth in line for the presidency. Now that’s a problem worth worrying about.

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Image: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi in Beijing, China, April 13, 2013. [State Department photo/ Public Domain];source http://www.flickr.com/photos/statephotos/8644535655/sizes/o/in/
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Marilyn Assenheim
Marilyn Assenheim was born and raised in New York City. She spent a career in healthcare management although she probably should have been a casting director. Or a cowboy. A serious devotee of history and politics, Marilyn currently lives in the NYC metropolitan area.