Brian Faughnan

Writer, Redstate.com

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Writer for Redstate.com, a right-of-center blog published out of Georgia, he also blogs for the conservative Weekly Standard

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After one year in office, President Obama has yet to deliver his first State of the Union address, but his approval ratings are on the decline.

This Year's Mid-Term Elections: Which Party Will Party?

After one year in office, President Obama has yet to deliver his first State of the Union address, but his approval ratings are on the decline.

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To demand action from Congress — on healthcare, energy independence and the stimulus package — the President's using the bully pulpit.

Can President Obama Organize America?

To demand action from Congress — on healthcare, energy independence and the stimulus package — the President's using the bully pulpit.

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