Wednesday, January 13, 2016

The White House, Washington
If you watched President Obama's final State of the Union speech last night, you may have a few questions. (If you missed it, just, you know, don’t tell anyone.)
What's next on combating climate change? Where will NASA's next mission take us? Will we finally build a highway strictly for wolves? Did anyone get that West Wingreference?
If you've got questions on what the President has planned for the fourth quarter of his presidency, today's the day to ask: It's Big Block of Cheese Day at the White House!
Don't know what that means? You're in luck -- in my gig on the show The West Wing, we hosted our very own day like this, so I've been around the cheese block a few times.
It's a day-long Q&A when members of the President's Cabinet, Members of Congress, senior White House officials, and special guests take to social media to talk about anything you're curious about -- well, almost anything.
So open up your millennial apps -- Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, what-have-you -- and ask away using the hashtag #BigBlockOfCheeseDay.
Watch Live
Now, my character may have dreaded this day, but I love it! So much so, I may ask a few questions myself.
Join me, @WhitfordBradley, and a few others -- including my character's boss@Denis44 and his real-life boss @POTUS -- on Twitter.
It’s sure to be interesting. And if nothing else, this is your opportunity to roll out your best cheese puns.


Last night, President Obama delivered the final State of the Union address of his presidency.

Here's what the President said:
Last night, President Obama delivered the final State of the Union address of his presidency.
Watch his final State of the Union address.

He wasn't focused on our past -- he was focused on our future. He spoke about how America's unique strengths as a nation give us everything we need to build a better future for generations to come.
"That's the America I know. That’s the country we love. Clear-eyed. Big-hearted. Undaunted by challenge. Optimistic that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word. That’s what makes me so hopeful about our future. I believe in change because I believe in you, the American people."
Read the full speech.
You can read the full text of President Obama's speech on WhiteHouse.govMedium, and Facebook. For more, check out past annotated State of the Union addresses to see the progress we've made over the past seven years.


The Poetess Allana Rosa in your wonderful performace in the Brazilian Consulate in New York.

Edirson Paiva Jr. (Chief Editor) representing the Brazilian Times newspaper/New York.


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