There are plenty of places to find fact-checking of President Barack Obama's State of the Union address as well as the GOP response.
- Ahead of Tuesday's speech, The Washington Post blog The Fact Checker took a look back at Obama's 2011 State of the Union address and where his proposals announced at that time are one year later.
- The blogger Glenn Kessler will be live-tweeting the speech from his Twitter handle @GlennKesslerWP as a fact-checker.
- The Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania runs factcheck.org and last year not only fact checked Obama's speech, but also the GOP response.
- Politifact.com, part of the Tampa Bay Times, fact checked last year's State of the Union address and recently fact checked the Tampa Republican debate. The site also runs an Obamameter, which tracks 508 promises made by the president during his 2008 campaign. It will also be live-tweeting the event from @politifact.