Extending unemployment insurance would reduce the misery of the jobless.
There really is no argument against extending unemployment benefits.
They're happy to use budget gimmicks—except when it could help those who need it most.
A subsidized employment program would help get the long-term unemployed back to work.
The House majority leader's stance is the height of hypocrisy.
They're placing an insurmountable level of proof on the liberal position.
Conservatives Miss the Main Liberal Argument on Unemployment Benefits—the One That's Proving Correct
April 23, 2014
It's only three months of evidence so far, but it supports the liberal position.
Conservatives are prematurely saying their theory is correct, but the data doesn't back them up.
Republicans only care about the politics surrounding them.
He requires a spending offset for unemployment insurance, but not corporate tax extenders.