Play of the Day: Geography Is a Democratic Process

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The United States doesn't need to know where a country is in order to invade it.

According to a new survey, the less Americans know about Ukraine's location, the more likely they are to support U.S. intervention. That sounds about right to Stephen Colbert, who believes in democratic principles (especially when it comes to geography).

Plus: A certain news outlet believes the White House cooked the Obamacare enrollment books, and a widening gap between the rich and the super rich has the former economic class protesting against the latter.

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