We're seeing a very fast rate of improvement in India, Bill Gates said at the American Enterprise Institute Thursday. "India's great, and in 15 years, you know, we'll probably be out of India because its budget will get bigger and and it will allocate more of it to health."
"Tokyo is no longer the top spot on the list of the world's most expensive cities. The new number one is Detroit. Mostly because if you move there you'll get all your stuff stolen," according to comedian Jodi Miller. She also touched on Oregon's Obamacare exchange, Cuban dissidents, the Keystone XL Pipeline, NHL, and California Governor Jerry Brown.
"If Cesar were here today, he certainly wouldn't be supporting what's being done now, which is a union trying to impose itself on employees," Dan Gerawan, co-owner of Gerawan Farms told Reason TV.
As the United States military is being unilaterally disarmed, $120 billion is spent on "climate change" initiatives.
With all the discussion of President Ronald Reagan's legacy, it's important to remember the ideas emblazoned in his early speeches. The most memorable is his 1964 speech "A Time for Choosing", a speech about American Exceptionalism and the evils of Communism. You can watch the full speech here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXBswFfh6AY
CNN Anchor John King admits "its bad news for Democrats", in a conversation about the Obamacare message in elections. Some Democrats are now running on a platform of fixing Obamacare, realizing its unpopularity among constituents.
At the Democratic Executive Committee Conference, Democrats show how isolated they are from the feelings of most Americans. Most interviewees see Obamacare as popular and necessary, including one young lady who thinks, "you have to take your medicine at some point" even if "you may not like how it tastes."
The lack of information about the Malaysian airliner that disappeared over Southeast Asia has caused many to theorize different scenarios. Whether the plane was a victim of terrorism or the North Korean regime, not enough evidence has emerged for a definitive answer to the question, "what happened to those passengers?"
Grover Norquist picks the six Republicans that he believes could win the 2016 election. The list includes, Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey, Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin, Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana, Gov. Rick Perry of Texas, former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida, and Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky.
In a rambling monologue on MSNBC, a wide-eyed Krystal Ball gave her impression of 2016 Republican primary contestants: they are irrelevant. Her self-confident finger pointing and snide remarks about a "browner electorate" somehow fall flat though, considering the increasing chance of a Republican takeover of the Senate.
Speaking to Ukraine's interim prime minister Arseniy P. Yatsenyuk, President Obama continues his litany of empty threats. The West will be "forced to apply a cost to Russia's violations of international law" he said, not quite saying specifically what would need to stop or what the punishment would be.
President Barack Obama, in Manhattan for some high dollar Democratic Party fundraising, made a quick, unannounced stop at the Gap Tuesday to buy some sweaters for his daughters and to make a pitch for the minimum wage.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 went missing more than four days ago and its whereabouts remain a mystery. Three Americans were among the 239 people to disappear with the plane as it travelled from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
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