Cheap eats: How to find healthy food

Cheap eats: How to find healthy food

(funky music) – [Narrator] Smart eating can seem difficult, especially when you’re on a budget, but with careful meal planning, shopping, and cooking, you can trim your waistline without trimming your wallet. – With the current economic climate, many people are finding the need to budget their food dollars. It is possible to eat healthfully […]

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🔴 The Venezuela Crisis: State Of Disaster | Full Documentary

🔴 The Venezuela Crisis: State Of Disaster | Full Documentary

They haven’t told me anything. I want to know about my child. I’ve never seen a case that really fits this complexity. In terms of decline from their peak, I don’t think I’ve seen anything quite like this. I don’t have any information on him, I don’t know anything. We need to get people eating. […]

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Health Care And Immigration Dominate 2nd Democratic Debate | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC

Health Care And Immigration Dominate 2nd Democratic Debate | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC

>>THANKS, MIKA. HI THERE, I’M STEPHANIE RUHLE. HI THERE, I’M STEPHANIE RUHLE. IT IS WEDNESDAY, JULY 31st, AND IT IS WEDNESDAY, JULY 31st, AND A BUSY DAY IT IS, SO LET’S GET A BUSY DAY IT IS, SO LET’S GET STARTED. STARTED. ONE DEBATE DOWN AND ANOTHER TO ONE DEBATE DOWN AND ANOTHER TO GO. […]

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How much would a China trade deal benefit the US economy?

How much would a China trade deal benefit the US economy?

CONNELL: WELCOME BACK. I’M CONNELL McSHANE FILLING IN FOR NEIL CAVUTO. WE GET INTO THESE RECESSION FEARS THAT ARE GROWING ON SOME CIRCLES BEHIND THE SCENES, THE WHITE HOUSE SAID TO BE LOOKING AT OPTIONS THAT MIGHT PROP UP THE ECONOMY IF THINGS DO TURN SOUTH. OUR PANEL’S HERE FOR THE NEXT HOUR. WILL RIND […]

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How health care quietly powers the U.S. economy | Michael Dowling

How health care quietly powers the U.S. economy | Michael Dowling

Health care is a humongous economic engine. It’s often forgotten about the fact that there is a real contribution to the economy by health care. If you’re running a large health care organization, you’re probably the place that is doing the most construction in the region. So for example, in our organization, we do more […]

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Bernie Sanders’ wealth tax won’t pay for free health care: Morici

Bernie Sanders’ wealth tax won’t pay for free health care: Morici

>>>SO WOULD YOU BE WILLING TO PAY 52% ON THE MONEY THAT YOU MADE? YOU CAN VOLUNTEER, YOU CAN SEND A CHECK.>>YOU COULD VOLUNTEER, TOO.>>BUT YOU SUGGESTED — YOU SUGGESTED THAT –>>HEY, MARTHA –>>– EVERYBODY SHOULD DO.>>WHY DON’T YOU GIVE? YOU MAKE MORE MONEY THAN I DO.>>I DIDN’T SUGGEST THE WEALTH TAX.>>SHE’S NOT RUNNING FOR […]

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Milton Friedman on National Healthcare

Milton Friedman on National Healthcare

Dr. Friedman, I think many of us would agree with you about national health insurance, but, looking at it from a pragmatic standpoint, what do you think the possibilities are here within the next two years? Of national health insurance? Yes. Well, I don’t think they are very good, I’m glad to say. But they […]

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Why Cuban cab drivers earn more than doctors

Why Cuban cab drivers earn more than doctors

[“A doctor ends up making about $40 a month. On my worst days driving taxi, I bring in $60–In one day”] Did you catch that? This guy makes more in one day than a doctor makes in a month. And he’s a taxi driver. He’s actually trained as an engineer but engineers make even less […]

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Thinking Biblically About the Economy, Government, and Your Money (Selected Scriptures)

Thinking Biblically About the Economy, Government, and Your Money (Selected Scriptures)

Tonight I want to talk to you a little bit, kind of like a family talk. This is not really a sermon, I wouldn’t call it a sermon because I’m not even sure what I’m going to say myself. So I have a lot more things to say than I will have time to say […]

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Milton Friedman on Healthcare and the Poor

Milton Friedman on Healthcare and the Poor

Milton: Yes, Ma’am. Woman: Dr. Friedman, you mentioned that eighty percent of the people in the country are covered by private insurance plans. I’m curious as what your proposal would be to cover those who presently are not covered, and those who truly cannot afford at this point, because they are below the so-called poverty […]

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