Post Profile






American’s Nuclear (Power) Program Is Way Behind Russia’s

After the first hour of the second Trump-Clinton debate, I was beginning to worry that I wouldn’t be able to fulfill my assignment to write about the way that the candidates spoke about my coverage area. There was no mention of energy, clean energy, nuclear energy or climate change. Finally, at 1:02:40 on this video […] The post American’s Nuclear (Power) Program Is Way Behind Russia’s appeared first on Atomic Insights.
read more

share

Related Posts


When Is The Next Presidential Debate Of 2016 And Will Second Debate Topics For Trump And Clinton Include Trump’s Taxes, The ‘Playboy’ Videos, And Alicia Machado?

News : The Inquisitr - News

After all the fun of the first presidential debate, people are already asking, “Hey, when is the next presidential debate?” Yes, they really are. The second debate between presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton tak...

Putin’s Mouth-Piece ‘Russia’s Trump,’ Warns Americans To Vote Donald Trump Or Risk Nuclear War With Russia

News : The Inquisitr - News

A Russian ultra-nationalist ally of President Vladimir Putin of Russia, who has often compared himself with Donald Trump, has warned Americans to vote for the Republican presidential candidate or risk nuclear war with Russia if the ...

Trump Goes Nuclear An Hour Before Debate

News : The Daily Beast

Just one hour before the second debate, Donald Trump held a press conference with women who say they were victimized by Bill and Hillary Clinton, setting the tone for what promises to be a debate like any other.

John Oliver Treated Jill Stein and Gary Johnson Like What They Are: Presidential Candidates (Video)

News : Truthdig

The “Last Week Tonight” host powerfully dismissed the idea that the third party candidates are “spoilers” and expressed his understanding at the American public’s desire for alternatives to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Trump Correctly States U.S. "Nuclear Program Has Fallen Behind" Russia's

Business & Finance : Forbes: Business

After the first hour of the second Trump-Clinton debate, I was beginning to worry that I wouldn't be able to fulfill my assignment to write about the way that the candidates spoke about my coverage area. There was no mention of ener...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC