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  1. University of California, Santa Cruz Faculty: Tom Lehrer, Angela Davis, David A. Huffman, Frank Drake, Sandra Faber, Ralph Abraham, Ben Stein
  2. People From Beverly Hills, California: Buster Keaton, Rob Reiner, Pauline Phillips, Tori Spelling, Bill Maher, Jack Abramoff, Ben Stein
  3. More of Ben by Ben Stein, 2006
  4. Radioactivity (Science Foundations) by P. Andrew, Ph.d. Karam, Ben P. Stein, 2009-04-30
  5. Fernwood, U.S.a. by Ben Stein, 1977-01-01
  6. Can America Survive? The Rage on the Left, the Truth, and What to Do About It (AUTHOR INSCRIBED FIRST EDITION) by Ben and Phil DeMuth Stein, 2004
  7. How to Ruin Your Life by Ben Stein, 2010-07-09
  8. The Croesus Conspiracy. by Ben. Stein, 1979
  9. Yes, You Can Be a Successful Income Investor! by Ben Stein,
  10. On the Brink: A Novel by Benjamin Stein; Ben Stein; Herbert Stein, 1978
  11. Come Join Us at the Proudly Pro-Life Dinner April 22.(Brief Article): An article from: National Right to Life News by Wanda Franz, Ben Stein, 1998-02-11
  12. Yes, You Can Retire Comfortably by Phil DeMuth Ben Stein, 2005
  13. Yes, You Can Supercharge Your Portfolio!: Six Steps for Investing Success in the by Ben; DeMuth, Phil Stein, 2008
  14. How to Ruin the United States of America by Ben Stein, 2008-01-01

61. Buchanan, Limbaugh, Stein Blamed Those Who "bro ... [Media Matters]
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63. Win Ben Stein's Money : GSN - The Network For Games
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64. Ben Stein's Last Column
For many years ben stein has written a biweekly column for the online ben stein s Last Column (read all of this or you will have missed the best).
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Ben Stein's Last Column... For many years Ben Stein has written a biweekly column for the online website called "Monday Night At Morton's." (Morton's is a famous chain of Steakhouses known to be frequented by movie stars and famous people from around the globe.) Now, Ben is terminating the column to move on to other things in his life. Reading his final column is worth a few minutes of your time. Ben Stein's Last Column... (read all of this or you will have missed the best). ============================================ How Can Someone Who Lives in Insane Luxury Be a Star in Today's World? As I begin to write this, I "slug" it, as we writers say, which means I put a heading on top of the document to identify it. This heading is "eonlineFINAL," and it gives me a shiver to write it. I have been doing this column for so long that I cannot even recall when I started. I loved writing this column so much for so long I came to believe it would never end. It worked well for a long time, but gradually, my changing as a person and the world's change have overtaken it. On a small scale, Morton's, while better than ever, no longer attracts as many stars as it used to. It still brings in the rich people in droves and definitely some stars. I saw Samuel L. Jackson there a few days ago, and we had a nice visit, and right before that, I saw and had a splendid talk with Warren Beatty in an elevator, in which we agreed that Splendor in the Grass was a super movie. But Morton's is not the star galaxy it once was, though it probably will be again.

65. Retirement Doomsday -
ben stein has stern words about Americans savings habits, and it s no game. NEW YORK According to ben stein, the fault lies not with Social Security
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66. - Magazine Article
and the rest of the agenda is under way. benjamin J. stein is a lawyer, economist, writer and actor, and host of the game show Win ben stein s Money.
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We're well on our way to squelching what gives this country an edge. What would it take to kill innovation altogether?
Ben Stein As a casual observer of what makes this country work and what stops it cold, I hereby offer a few suggestions on how we can ruin American competitiveness and innovation in the course of this century. I think the reader will agree with me that we are already far down the road on many of them:
1) Allow schools to fall into useless decay. Do not teach civics or history except to describe America as a hopelessly fascistic, reactionary pit. Do not expect students to know the basics of mathematics, chemistry and physics. Working closely with the teachers' unions, make sure that you dumb down standards so that children who make the most minimal effort still get by with flying colors. Destroy the knowledge base on which all of mankind's scientific progress has been built by guaranteeing that such learning is confined to only a few, and spread ignorance and complacency among the many. Watch America lose its scientific and competitive edge to other nations that make a comprehensive knowledge base a rule of the society.
2) Encourage the making of laws and rules by trial lawyers and sympathetic judges, especially through class actions. Bypass the legislative mechanisms that involve elected representatives and a president. This will stopor at least greatly slow downinnovation, as corporations and individuals hesitate to explore new ideas for fear of getting punished (or regulated to death) by litigation for any misstep, no matter how slight, in the creation of new products and services. Make sure that lawsuits against drugmakers are especially encouraged so that the companies are afraid to develop new lifesaving drugs, lest they be sued for sums that will bankrupt them. Make trial lawyers and judges, not scientists, responsible for the flow of new products and services.

67. Articles And Editorials
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68. Blogs For Bush: Win Ben Stein's Photo
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69. Washington Speakers Bureau: Ben Stein
About ben stein A comedian of worldclass wit — and financial acumen — ben stein is the nation’s self-styled “hope for the new millennium.

70. Ben Stein Quotes
11 quotes and quotations by ben stein. ben stein It is inevitable that some defeat will enter even the most victorious life. The human spirit is never
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It is inevitable that some defeat will enter even the most victorious life. The human spirit is never finished when it is defeated... it is finished when it surrenders.
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It's amazing what ordinary people can do if they set out without preconceived notions.
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Jump into the middle of things, get your hands dirty, fall flat on your face, and then reach for the stars.
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Keep on beginning and failing. Each time you fail, start all over gain, and you will grow stronger until have accomplished a purpose - not the one you began with perhaps, but one you'll be glad to remember. Ben Stein Nothing happens by itself... it all will come your way, once you understand that you have to make it come your way, by your own exertions. Ben Stein So many fail because they don't get started - they don't go. They don't overcome inertia. They don't begin. Ben Stein The human spirit needs to accomplish, to achieve, to triumph to be happy.

71. Books By Stein
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72. Win Ben Stein's Money
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74. Thomas P.M. Barnett :: Weblog: Ben Stein Rings True On China
Learn From It. By ben stein Published July 31, 2005 New York Times. ONE disadvantage of being 60 is that you have to get up in the middle of the night,
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Funny man, funnier actor, but also a good writer and analyst of economics. This is the most sensible thing I've read on Chinaever. Don't Worry About China. Learn From It. By BEN STEIN Published: July 31, 2005 New York Times ONE disadvantage of being 60 is that you have to get up in the middle of the night, often more than once. But a big advantage of advancing age is that you get to recognize news media silliness when it happens. This comes to mind in terms of the economic relationship between the United States and China. Partly because a company affiliated with the Chinese government has made a bid to buy Unocal, a large American oil company, there is a lot of talk in the news media about how powerful China has become and how weak and pitiful the United States has become. There is talk of Chinese dominance over the world economy, and, from what I can gather, a general fear that soon we will be in peonage to the Chinese ... Consider the most optimistic C.I.A. data about China in 2004. It says China has a purchasing power parity G.D.P. of (very) approximately $8 trillion, compared with roughly $12 trillion for the United States. Again, this is for a nation with nearly five times our population. Even when using this most astoundingly optimistic estimate - I would almost say a preposterous estimate - China has a per capita G.D.P. of about $6,000, or about 15 percent of America's and well below that of any nation in Western Europe, or of Japan, Israel, Taiwan and many other countries.

75. Jeffrey McManus: Ben Stein's Money
ben stein (former Nixon speechwriter and, more recently, Comedy Central game show host) has an interesting piece in the NY Times on the unbelievable
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Ben Stein (former Nixon speechwriter and, more recently, Comedy Central game show host) has an interesting piece in the NY Times on the unbelievable disparity between the paychecks of investment bankers (etc.) and the soldiers that serve to protect society. This seems like kind of a "no duh" premise for most people (of course the guys who sign up to leave their families and risk their lives deserve more than $1,900 a month) yet military pay has been embarassingly low for generations. It's no surprise that the military procurement system turns into a hotbed of corruption as officers walk through the revolving door into the defense industry and get huge paychecks for pushing through weapons systems that don't work for their buddies back in the Pentagon. I was having some similar thoughts the other day with respect to teachers another "no duh" situation that somehow seems to go perennially unaddressed in our society. How would things change (for better or worse) if people started becoming schoolteachers for the money? July 20, 2005 in

76. Can America Survive? [183030-1] : C-SPAN Store
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77. Jeff Winning Ben Stein's Money
Who wants to win ben stein s money? UA chemistry graduate student Jeff Win ben stein s Money is not Thompsen s first brush with game show fame,
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Who wants to win Ben Stein's money? UA chemistry graduate student Jeff Thompsen, actually - and he did. "I beat him," Thompsen said simply. "I beat Ben." Thompsen, an admitted trivia show buff, decided to try out for "Win Ben Stein's Money," a popular game show on cable's Comedy Central, after watching the show and being able to recite the correct answers on the screen. About a month after sending producers an e-mail, show representatives contacted Thompsen with the opportunity to visit the show's Los Angeles studios for an audition, which included a 30-question written test and a mock version of the game.

78. Power Line: Thank You, Ben Stein
Thank you, ben stein. Traveling home from Washington this afternoon, I read the New York Times a bit more faithfully than I usually do.
About Us Print Version XML Feed PDA ... Main var zflag_nid="305"; var zflag_cid="169/1"; var zflag_sid="104"; var zflag_width="300"; var zflag_height="250"; var zflag_sz="9"; July 17, 2005 Thank you, Ben Stein Traveling home from Washington this afternoon, I read the New York Times a bit more faithfully than I usually do. Not only did I discover Byron Calame's column (below) and start fantasizing about wireless Internet connections aloft, but I discovered that Ben Stein has become a weekly columnist for the Times Business section. In his column today, Stein does what he seems born to do in demanding recognition of the gratitude we owe those whose service makes our freedom possible: "We were soldiers once, and broke." Stein writes: I read about men and women who are taking fire from insurgents in Iraq and being blown up by homemade bombs that the Pentagon refers to as improvised explosive devices. The people being blown up are maybe corporals, and they get $1,900 a month, including combat pay. Or I read a letter from a buddy of a member of the Navy Seals who was killed recently in Afghanistan when his helicopter went down, and he was getting maybe $1,950 a month, fighting the Taliban and fighting Al Qaeda (which killed 3,000 innocent men, women and children on American soil on Sept. 11, 2001). That means the guy at the hedge fund is getting as much as, say, 10,000 of these corporals per annum. What keeps going through my mind is that there is a big, yet always unstated, connection between these two groups of men and women - on one hand, the megastars of Wall Street and corporate boardrooms, with their vast paychecks, yachts and horse farms in the Hamptons, and, on the other, the grunts in body armor chasing down terrorists half a world away in 130-degree heat.

79. - WPTZ - Ben Stein
Joining WPTZ as a reporter in the Vermont newsroom was quite a change of scenery for ben stein. He traded living by the ocean for living in the Green
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Joining WPTZ as a reporter in the Vermont newsroom was quite a change of scenery for Ben Stein. He traded living by the ocean for living in the Green Mountain State. Stein previously worked as a reporter at WMGM, the NBC affiliate in Atlantic City, N.J., for two years, covering the unique political scene and the evolving casino industry. Prior to Atlantic City, Stein was a weekend radio announcer at a station in Harrisburg, Penn., while also working as a production assistant at the CBS affiliate. Stein has always wanted to be a reporter, but he finally settled on TV reporting after an internship in Washington DC at NBC's "Meet the Press with Tim Russert." Stein holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Cornell University and a Masters Degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He is originally from Langhorne, Penn. Stein is proud of being a Yankees fan since birth, even though he's now living in Red Sox territory! Have a comment about this story?

80. Hullabaloo
Kevin at Catch catches ben stein deep throating Richard Nixon s corpse again. Aside from peddling the latest Peggy Nooner dolphin fantasy that Mark Felt
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