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The President's State of the Union address once again fuels the fire of class warfare," said Hector Barreto, TLC's Chairman and Former Administrator of the U.
Summary: President Obama used his State of the Union address on Tuesday to make an emotional plea to lawmakers on gun control.
Obama's State of the Union -- Reactions; Battle for Damascus Promises to be Long Barack Obama's State of the Union address makes one thing clear: The world is no longer America's problem.
But in last month's State of the Union address, Bush proposed increasing fuel-efficiency in cars and developing alternative fuels.
Capitol Police Chief Terrance Gainer, in a February 1 statement following Cindy Sheehan's eviction from the State of the Union address for wearing an antiwar T-shirt
Environmental Defense is among the green groups that blasted Bush for inadequate action, complaining he didn't even mention the words "global warming" in his State of the Union address.
Many commentators are urging such a course of action on President Bush, suggesting that the State of the Union address would be the ideal place for that announcement.
Because of the scheduling, Treasury won't have time to include the findings in the department's budget, and the department probably won't release its own report until around the time of President Bush's next State of the Union address.