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Briston Palin won't get to tell the world about the consequences of teen pregnancy after students at Washington University in St. Louis protested the $20,000 it would cost to pay her and three other panelists to discuss abstinence. Students took the high road on the “No Thanks, Bristol” Facebook page, ignoring Palin's stupid message and focusing on the stupidness of spending money to hear her speak:

"The Democrats and our friends, liberals, Republicans, and abstinent individuals alike, believe this is an irresponsible use of Washington University resources on a fifteen-minute-fame speaker who contributes little to the intellectual fire of the university."—-

John Boehner smokes a lot but doesn't want anyone to give him grief about it: “Leave me alone.” Evidence of the peace of mind that comes along with government health care?

Madeira is a really nice place. Seriously. The suburban community plans to save some money and reduce nighttime glare with new anti-light pollution legislation.

Upon hearing positive news about the U.S. ecomony's fourth-quarter growth, the GOP says, “Hey y'all! We did that!

Ayn Rand received Social Security and Medicare benefits after writing some of the most terrible influential anti-government-aid books ever.

US car loan rates are the lowest they've been in 20 years. What's $19,720 at 6.21 percent over four years if you get to drive one of these:



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