You’re invited to join us tonight to watch President Obama’s 2014 State of the Union Address and chat live in real time with fellow members during his speech.
President Obama has expressed that income inequality, unemployment and other economic issues will be at the top of his list tonight, having already made known that he will be announcing a raise in the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour for companies the U.S. government contracts with from this point forward.
As he seeks to set a course for the remainder of his final term, it should be a very enlightening speech tonight. We hope you’ll be able to join us here tonight at The Planet for it, our simultaneous live chat greatly enhances the event, providing unique insights on the substance and potential impact of the speech.
Our live chat and live feed of the speech will be featured on our Live Events page, the link appears in the menu at the top of the page or you can click here to go there. As we do with Vox Populi, we will also be adding a live chat widget in the right hand column of every page so you can also participate from any page on the site.
Our live chat starts at 5:30pm PST, half an hour before the SOTU speech which is scheduled to begin at 6:00pm PST
And stay tuned after the SOTU Address because we will be continuing our live chat through the three (yep three!) Republican responses to the State of the Union speech, one from Rep. Cathy McMorris Rogers representing the GOP, one from Mike Lee representing the Tea Party and one from Rand Paul…representing Rand Paul.
It should be quite a night, hope to see you here!