Tuesday, February 24, 2009

President Obama's Joint Session Of Congress Address Live On Paltalk



President Obama's first speech to a joint session of Congress will be carried live on News Talk Online on Paltalk.com at 9 PM New York time tonight.

The president, who has been outlining his economic recovery plan incessantly, is expected to brief Congress on full details.

His remarks follow testimony this morning by Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke to the Senate Banking Committee in which he said the recession could come to an end this year. That's presuming, Bernanke said, that Obama's economic stimulus plan works.

Bernanke's testimony was also carried live on News Talk Online.

Not only will he provide additional details of his economic recovery plan, but the president is expected to call for even more government intervention on the economy.

His remarks will be closely watched by the markets. The Dow was up following Bernanke's testimony.

We'll also be discussing Bernanke's testimony as well as the president's scheduled address tonight on News Talk Online on Paltalk.com at 5 PM New York time. CLICK HERE to join in the conversation.

Paltalk is the largest multimedia interactive program on the Internet with more than 4 million unique users.

News Talk Online is also syndicated by CRN Digital Talk Radio to an additional 12 million households.

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