By Douglas Holtz-Eakin
The young drop coverage to avoid higher premiums
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
For all those readers who can't get enough of the Mitford clan, with their pet names and jokes, shrieks of laughter and shafts of barbed wit, here's yet more fodder. Readers of Nancy Mitford's books know about her Francophile tastes and her heroines' bliss -- a favorite Mitford word -- in the discovery of an aristocratic French lover.
While serving as French ambassador in Rome, "Gaston offered an attractive girl a lift home in the ambassadorial car, to which she replied 'No thank you, I'm much too tired this evening.
"Her loathing for America," writes Ms. Hilton, "was entirely serious."