And forces Republicans to sit through it.
Earn an honest living right here in the United States.
Giffords received a standing ovation as she entered the House chamber.
Get ready to be inspired!
Plus, British Vogue is the latest (of many) magazines to include cute white cats in an editorial.
Oh, wait. He isn't, at all. Pay attention, John Boehner.
He wants both parties to sit together all the time.
Even though we're still engaged in two big wars.
Where was climate change? Can you take the deficit a bit more seriously? Also, some specifics would be nice.
Obama's corny joke dominated everything else he said.
Unrealizable goals! Veto threats! Salmon! It's all there.
Ten specific proposals, four jokes, one line clearly meant to make John Boehner cry, and much more.
Is it fashion, or politics — or both?
A senator confirmed that the opposing party does not have cooties.
How does he convince spending-wary America that investment is not an evil thing? How upbeat can he be about the economic recovery without seeming out of touch? Should he be bold and inspiring, or just settle for good enough?
As far away from the State of the Union as he can get.
Kirsten Gillibrand and John Thune are the hot senators of which we speak.
He's known as a serious budget wonk.