(NEWSER– Tomorrow's State of the Union is shaping up to be a much tougher speech than we've seen in previous editions from President Obama, writes Glenn Thrush at Politico, calling it "less a presidential olive branch than a congressional cattle prod." Obama doesn't expect Congress to hammer out compromises on his agenda, and on the heels of his 2012 win, he's ready to come out swinging. Among his chosen topics: a return to nuclear disarmament, the New York Times reports.

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