<i>The president dismantles Republican catastrophism about the future of the United States.</i>
Barack Obama got it right on Tuesday, when he made his last State of the Union speech — the most solemn [speech] that the American president addresses to Congress every year — a reasoning in favor of hope and facing [Read more]
In his final State of the Union address, the president opposed his optimistic view of the U.S. to the pessimistic assessment of the candidates to succeed him.
President Obama has 373 days left to convince Americans that his two terms have turned the U.S. into a country that is economically stronger, more respected [Read more]
Upon presenting his sixth State of the Union address on Tuesday, President Barack Obama did not focus on summarizing the achievements of his administration but on utilizing them as the base for an ambitious agenda for the next two years and the years following them. During his speech, he defended what has been done up [Read more]
Two months have passed and Obama is a changed man.
First they punish him, then they praise him: Americans rediscover their president.
<i>The U.S. president cannot change politics anymore, so he said what he thinks and frontally addressed conservatives.</i>
Barack Obama did not cede a millimeter to Republicans in his State of the Union address on Wednesday night.
Obama knows that the Republican majority will not adopt a single one of his [Read more]
In the State of the Union address, the American president mocked the Republicans and asked for the betterment of the middle class, as well as more taxes for the rich and large financial institutions: a new leap in confidence justified by the rise in his popularity. The Democrats are thinking about their strategy for the 2016 presidential elections.