Win Ben Stein’s Integrity

Because it’s not like he’s using it these days…

Ben Stein’s work in his new controversial movie “Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed” has earned him praises and now an award from the intelligent design community.

The multi-talented star of his Comedy Central show “Win Ben Stein’s Money,” who is also known for his lead role in the film “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” was named the recipient of the 2008 Phillip E. Johnson Award for Liberty and Truth, an award created to honor one of the founding fathers of the intelligent design movement.

The Phillip E. Johnson Award for Liberty and Truth?

Wow, put that right up on the mantle next to the Lynne, Britney, and Jamie Lynn Spears Award for Responsible Motherhood, would you?

Not that dishonesty and, oh, just making stuff up has ever been a problem for the intelligent design crowd.

It seems their God-given nature.

(Thank you, thank you).

2 Responses to “Win Ben Stein’s Integrity”

  1. Tom Says:

    Wait. Ben Stein had a LEAD ROLE in “Ferris Bueller…”?

    He had a memorable bit part. That’s it.

  2. andy Says:

    Actually, it was a typo in the credits. The boring teacher was played by none other than Matthew Broderick.

    Strange but true!

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