State Of The Union
You don’t have to speak Spanish to realize the subtitles for President Obama’s State of the Union speech Tuesday night went horribly wrong.
Obama also met in the Oval Office on Tuesday with four of the letter writers.
As the White House released the full text of President Obama’s State of the Union speech in advance as a way to improve public access and understanding, a few themes emerged quickly by entering the text into a Word Cloud applet that looks for which phrases and words are used most often and then represents that visually.
President Obama delivered his sixth State of the Union speech to Congress on January 20th, 2015, laying out his final two years of his presidency, and for the first time, speaking to a legislature completely controlled by the opposition party. The following text is released by the White House in advance of the president’s speech.
President Obama State Of The Union To Press Middle Class Proposals In Front Of Skeptical GOP Majority
President Barack Obama was scheduled to give his sixth State Of The Union address Tuesday night, but for the first time before a Republican-controlled Congress.
An openly gay NBA player is among the guests who will sit with first lady Michelle Obama Tuesday when President Barack Obama delivers the annual State of the Union address.
California environmentalists and the state’s Democratic junior senator hailed President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address promise that he will tackle climate change during his second term if lawmakers don’t do it themselves.
California’s state schools chief on Tuesday night welcomed President Barack Obama’s plan for all 50 states to provide pre-kindergarten schools for 4-year-olds, indicating that he believed such a move would result in better prepared students and ultimately a more educated workforce.
KCBS Radio will carry the State of the Union, as well as the Republican response, live on 740AM & 106.9FM and streaming online.
Half of Californians who watched Tuesday evening’s State of the Union speech by President Barack Obama believed the tone was “just right” and think he will be re-elected in November, according to a KPIX-TV CBS 5 poll.