President Obama revealed a big theme of his upcoming State of the Union address: competitiveness. In a video preview released over the weekend, the president says it will be his number one focus in order to "win the future."
On Tuesday's show, we'll look at just what the president means by this — in what area can the United States still be number one in the world? Is it education? Is it helping entrepreneurs? Or is it something else?
In advance of the conversation, we're asking you why competitiveness is the focus: Do you think America is losing its edge? And where do you think we should be most competitive?
In the meantime, New York Times columnist Paul Krugman think it's a myth.