The Washington Post, by Jonathan Capehart

Advocates wanted President Obama to say a word about poverty in his State of the Union address. And he did — four times. Obama also talked about raising the minimum wage, making preschool universally available and “rebuilding vacant homes in run-down neighborhoods.” But he didn’t say the magic words they wanted to hear. Obama did not call for a new National Commission on Children to combat child poverty in the United States. …Read more