Dr. Evil

Reports that Trump suggested a snake or alligator-filled border moat reminded people of the iconic villain's request for "sharks with frickin' laser beams."
Mike Myers brings back his "Austin Powers" villain with a message to "Make America Evil Again."
And there's one Trump policy that's too evil -- even for him.
The tabloid unveils Trump's "2 beeel-yun dollar scheme."
Dr. Evil is back and he's not happy that Sony and North Korea are giving evil organizations a bad rep. The classic Mike Myers
You've heard about the wave of recent protests calling on fast food chains like McDonald's and Burger King to raise wages for their employees, who are forced to live on next to nothing. But did you know that many workers in sit-down restaurants may be faring even worse?
"OMG, you are the most impressive human being I have ever met," is all this man from the Norwegian comedy show Kollektivet
That sounds all well and good for the shark, but what about the other creatures in the sea? Could they be laser beamed to
Why is the market for foreclosed properties-turned-rentals poised for a boom? In the aftermath of the housing bust, demand
Dressed down in shirt sleeves and scuffed loafers, he doesn't seem so much like the Devil, as Don Imus has taken to calling
There's only one problem with the argument that Social Security spending "drives out" education and other budget items: Those aging people have paid into a self-sustaining program for their entire working lives.
Berman has established a bevy of anti-reform "non-profit" websites that enable him to attack everything from ACORN to unions to MADD while defending trans-fats and a low minimum wage as good for the economy.
Green compares Unbroke to the Schoolhouse Rock shorts: funny and informative. "I'm concerned for all of America's youth who grew up watching My Super Sweet 16 and Cribs."
There is a savvy, if deceptive, ad blitz against the Employee Free Choice Act led in part by Richard Berman, whose specialty is attacking public interest organizations, including MADD.