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Unlike Congress, the flu shot is just one prick that affects your annual well-being. Like choosing a presidential candidate, deciding whether or not to get a flu shot is a personal decision.
By Josiah Hughes Truly in a category all his own, famed parodist "Weird Al" Yankovic has had a whirlwind career since releasing his self-titled debut in 1983, and he still remains relevant today. His 13th studio album, , is set to hit stores later this month, but we've arranged a stream of the whole thing right here in Click Hear. is Weird Al's first studio album since 2006's and sees the artist putting his goofy take on hits from T.I., Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, B.o.B and, of course, Lady Gaga, along with Al's usual batch of well-written original tracks and another one of his famed polkas.
The definition of insanity (hat-tip to Albert Einstein) is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.
A new poll finds President Obama's health care mandate is so unpopular, it gets less respect than Rodney Dangerfield. More than 8 in 10 people surveyed - 82 percent - say the federal government should not have the power to require Americans to buy health insurance.
Top Republican presidential contender Herman Cain said Sunday the 2012 race is “absolutely not” a factor in the 2012 campaign, and that the support he has is based on voters liking his ideas, not his skin color. Appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Cain reiterated the fact that he prefers the term “black American” to “African American.” Cain’s race has been the target of prominent black leaders and other commentators, some attacking him for not being “authentically” black due to his conservative politics.