Redefining 'unemployment' to 're-employment' through benefits

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By Kelley Butler, Editor-in-Chief
February 1, 2012

Like many of you, I watched last month as President Obama gave his third State of the Union address. While I'll leave the analysis of good-speech-bad-speech to the legion of pundits on network and cable news, one particular section of the president's remarks struck me.

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