<i>The American president won’t present himself as a 'lame duck' before Congress this evening. Before his State of the Union, Obama provoked Republicans with plans for income redistribution. Better opinion polls have given him momentum.</i>
Some of those that Barack Obama will address this evening, as described by [Read more]
U.S. President Obama, who has two remaining years in office, gave the State of the Union address at the beginning of the year. Unlike previous years where his address has tended to focus inward, this year he emphatically discussed beginning a “new chapter in the United States. However, this may be difficult to [Read more]
President Barack Obama's last State of the Union address had scarcely finished when the opposing Republican Party accused him of being out of tune with reality. Their reaction, although predictable, shows how deep the country's political tear runs between the two ideologically unbridgeable factions.
[Obama] stated that Republicans have one, and only one, year of disagreement with his words and actions. Beyond that, they will be considered obsessed with obstructionism.
If the United States does not change its combative mindset and abandon thoughts of interfering with China's development, the mutually beneficial and cooperative U.S.-China trade relationship will inevitably suffer, as will U.S. efforts to revitalize its economy and peace and stability around the globe.
Here in Mexico, we are concerned about the growing economic inequality from which we are suffering. We have found no solution to the serious fallacies in our education system, which we all know are at the root of the problem.
The president of the United States takes the initiative with Congress against him and a limited time frame.
Since 1790, every government has religiously presented an annual report, which has been extended to the entire population since the 20th century. While some people question the usefulness of the State of the Union, considering it a formal and empty gesture, like a thermometer to measure the priorities, concerns and [Read more]
First they punish him, then they praise him: Americans rediscover their president.