bad ideas

@HashtagManiacs decided to challenge the world to share their bad idea using only 5 words. Thus the hashtag #BadIdeaIn5Words was born!
One of the restaurants owners, Edgar Antillon, argues that since both black and Hispanic people get a one-month holiday, so
There are quite a few things that I like the IDEA of a lot more than the thing itself. For instance: Boats.
What could possibly go wrong? So how often does McGuire herself feel sketched out these days? Not very! "Even though Dan
E-cigarettes have been marketed as a healthier alternative to regular cigarettes or as a tool to quit tobacco altogether
There are plenty of bad ideas out there. But here's the thing: the bad ideas might just get you further than the good ones.
Hayes wrote: Krugman's writings seem to bother Kinsley quite a bit, so much so that he gives Krugman top-billing in his piece
Yes, I too have noticed that Byers' scoop basically implies that CNN is attempting to make a media star of the guy who is
“Keep calm and carry on" is a great piece of advice to follow, but the only thing you'll find in the 23 awful suggestions
It's not fine -- or good -- when legislators introduce bills that don't seem to reflect any thought at all. And that's just what one New Jersey Democrat has done.
It should not come as a surprise to anyone that the vast majority of respondents, when asked how much they cared about the
Still, this all raises a question: when Bob Woodward reads emails from the White House, do the words in his head sound like
The threat of the looming sequester is a genuinely good reason to get very stressed out about what might happen to the domestic discretionary budget and the vulnerable Americans who are served by any number of important services. But there seems to be no one who is suffering from outright Sequestration Derangement as badly as Bob Woodward. That unraveling hit a high today, when he went on the "Morning Joe" program and seemingly forgot that our nation is nominally governed by the rule of law.
Woodward has been dining out lately on the little scooplet from his book The Price Of Politics that places the germination
Rep. Frederica Wilson's recent comments about disaster recovery rank among the most wrong-headed and poorly thought-out pieces of commentary ever to come from a sitting member of Congress.
As the sun set on the state of American letters Tuesday evening, it was a better-than-even wager that Megan McArdle's "Would
You know what the dumbest thing I've read since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting is? It's the same thing everyone
My argument against this remains based on fundamentals. The Democrats that succeed in this region, at this level, look more