Who'd a thunk Republican governors were capable of putting their citizens above national politics?
Robert Reich says there's no truth to the idea of a double-dip recession, because most people never recovered from the first one: More people are o
Good news for those of you left hanging by a thread by the fight over unemployment extensions -- they finally passed them yesterday, thanks to a new S
Not to keep beating a dead horse, but what about all the people whose benefits ran out in March? They're just as unemployed as everyone else, and
More compassionate conservatism from Mitch McConnell on CNN's State of the Union. Crowley actually does a pretty good job of pressing him for the reas
Fox News has found yet another way to claim that unemployment benefits make people too lazy to find jobs. Bill Auchmoody, CEO of Partnership Staffi
Refusing to extend unemployment benefits to 1.2 million Americans by adding to the deficit, Senate Republicans by a 41 to 57 margin on Thursday ag
Mooooo! "Republicans said we can't vote for this or they'll say mean things about us!" Of course, it's just an excuse to do what they want to d