Not Exactly How I’d Characterize It

Thom Lambert —  25 January 2011

Here’s how NPR’s All Things Considered described the State of the Union speech:

You might think about the State of the Union address as an attempt to talk to our national family by the Head of Household.  It tells us where we’ve been, and where we’re going.

I suppose “The King’s Speech” was taken.

Thom Lambert


I am a law professor at the University of Missouri Law School. I teach antitrust law, business organizations, and contracts. My scholarship focuses on regulatory theory, with a particular emphasis on antitrust.