How the U.S. Capitol gets ready for the State of the Union

January 20th, 2015  
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Topic: How the U.S. Capitol gets ready for the State of the Union

It may only draw half the viewers it once did, but for staffers at the U.S. Capitol, Tuesday night’s annual State of the Union address by the president is their Super Bowl. It is the single most complex logistical undertaking held each year in the United States’ more than 200-year-old central legislative building. Months of work by press gallery staff, the House and Senate sergeants-at-arms and Capitol Police are required to stage the event properly for television cameras around the world.

January 21st, 2015  
Why do so many Americans ignore the State of the Union Message ? my guess is substance , there isn't any , its boring , its like a very dull Academy Awards and then there's all the narrator's stepping all over each trying to explain the unexplainably .

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