President Barack Obama has been touting two Tennessee programs in the lead-up to his State of the Union address.
The National Rifle Association responded to the State of the Union address at a conference of turkey hunters gathered in Nashville this afternoon. The organization’s chief said the speech exposed a “charade.”
During his State of the Union speech, President Obama talked about opening up more opportunities for offshore oil drilling and natural gas production. Republican Congressman Scott DesJarlais of Jasper says House Republicans have already taken action.
President Obama led off his State of the Union address Tuesday night with a nod to American soldiers, saying that for the first time in nine years, none of them are fighting in Iraq.
Tennessee Freshman Republican Representative Scott DesJarlais says President Obama fell short at last night’s address.
At the top of President Barack Obama’s agenda is job creation. In his first State of the Union address on Wednesday night, the President called on the Senate to pass another stimulus package.