They don't call her the Notorious Ruth Bader Ginsburg for nothing. The Supreme Court justice admitted that she wasn't "100 percent sober" when she dozed off at President Obama's State of the Union address in January.
"Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace reacted this morning to President Obama's State of the Union address, viewing the speech as "completely disconnected" from the political reality in Washington. Martha MacCallum asked about the president's air of confidence and defiant tone, noting that he threatened vetoes seven times.
Fox News chief White House correspondent Ed Henry briefed us this afternoon on what President Obama wants to emphasize during his State of the Union address. It'll be the president's sixth SOTU address, and his second-to-last in office. Henry also laid out several items that Obama does not want to talk about.
Laura Ingraham previewed the State of the Union this morning, saying that President Obama has never had any real intention of working with Republicans. Ingraham said that the president's plan to propose higher taxes on the wealthy is another example of this
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) called President Obama "tone deaf" for proposing more tax increases on wealthy Americans. As Obama gets ready to explain his proposals in the State of the Union, Blackburn went "On the Record" to argue why the president is pursuing the wrong agenda.
Will President Obama say the words "Islamic extremism" tonight in his State of the Union address? Bill Hemmer posed that question to White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest this morning on "America's Newsroom."
Don't miss full coverage of the State of the Union Address on Fox News Channel, starting at 8:55p ET, anchored by Bret Baier.