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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Headlines Du Jour ► Wednesday, January 29, 2014

STATE OF THE UNION

President Obama delivers his
fifth State of the Union address


State of the Union: Obama
tinkers around the edges


Analysis: A narrow path
for Obama’s ambitions


State of the Union: What Obama
didn't say about energy, environment


Six things we learned from the State of the Union

5 takeaways from President
Obama’s State of the Union address


Obama hits the road to push
State of the Union message


Americans react to Obama’s address to nation
Collecting today's headlines, Not Now Silly couldn't help but find hundreds of headlines concerning President Obama's State of the Union address. Some of the highlights are collected at left, with today's Headlines Du Jour running down the rest of the page.

BEST HEADLINE DU JOUR:


KKK Member Indicted
For Trying To Build Anti-Muslim X-Ray Cannon


TODAY IN RELIGION:


Map: Publicly Funded
Schools That Are Allowed
to Teach Creationism

Thousands of schools in states across the country can use taxpayer money to cast doubt on basic science.

FREE THE WEED!!!


Poll: Majority of Americans support efforts to legalize marijuana

Marijuana contests to join county fair in Colorado

THE "O" IN GOP STANDS FOR OLD:


Every GOP Member of Congress Wants a SOTU Photo with Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson

FOX "NEWS" IN THE NEWS AGAIN:


Fox Bends Over For Pepsi and Coca-Cola And Forces SodaStream To Edit Super Bowl Ad

SNOW IN MIAMI BEACH:


$37 Million Worth of Seized Cocaine Offloaded in Miami Beach by Coast Guard (Video)

THINGS GO BETTER WITH KOCH:


Rachel Maddow fends off Koch brothers’ complaints with new proof of their meddling

WHAT'S FOR DINNER?


Celebrity chef Mario Batali ordered to pay $5.25 million for skimming tips from his restaurant help

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