The right-wing radio host agreed with actor Ben Stein's earlier claim that Ocasio-Cortez is promising "the same kinds of things" as genocidal dictators.
Ben Stein is worried that rich people will be taken away and shot.
"Tariffs are B-A-D," says a deadpan Ben Stein in front of a chalkboard.
This episode reveals that the illness we really should be talking about is the woeful state of American journalism today.
Ben Stein, writer, economist, actor and Republican, has seen a lot of elections but none like this. “It has been an extremely
The hilarious audition that caught the attention of John Hughes and Matthew Broderick.
"It seems to me that he is a person who cannot deal with even the slightest bit of frustration."
"He has a real strong hatred of America. Is it because he's part black?"
To the modern right, black gain is white pain. The more respectable among them have learned that if you pretend to believe that racism does not exist, despite the undeniable evidence, you can perpetuate white supremacist outcomes indefinitely.
It has been widely reported that August 9 marks the 40th anniversary of President Nixon's resignation. What has received considerably less attention is that the date also marks the 30th anniversary of the publication of what may well be the stupidest thing ever written about Watergate: an op-ed column for The Washington Post by one Benjamin J. Stein.
Kimmel's first major TV role was as the sidekick on Comedy Central's "Win Ben Stein's Money," and Stein praised Kimmel's
Celebrities are notorious for their liberal-minded politics. Many are outspoken supporters of LGBT causes, and the list of
These days, it seems you don't have to win Ben Stein's money. You can just tax it. The actor, author and generally conservative