Pondiscio suggests most people make school choices based on something other than "evidence," listing, "religious faith, ideology
Merchants basically get it -- to many of them, Groupon looks less like an innovative advertising mechanism than a loan broker, arranging bundles of small loans from consumers, and taking a substantial cut... Consumers don't often see this side of the equation.
Who is responsible when we get stuck with a worthless voucher? The company -- or the customer? I'm not fond of the term "the customer is always right," but in this particular case, it's a fitting phrase.
Despite Ruling, Jindal Determined To Continue Voucher Program
I still admire Rep. Ryan and hope that he continues to make strides toward making serious entitlement reform possible. But if he wants to govern then he needs to bow to reality and accept that elections have consequences -- even elections that he lost.
Points are the airline's property and can be confiscated at any time, for any reason. To some air travelers, that makes them worthless.
The 2012 U.S. presidential campaign was turned upside down by Mitt Romney's victory in last night's debate in Denver. Here's where the old debate coach thinks the election strands now.
Sorry, Obama-heads, Mitt Romney isn't easy softball prey like John McCain or Alan Keyes. Moreover, in a TV debate, Romney does not fit the uncaring, detached rich guy stereotype that Team Obama has been shoveling out there to cover up the President's palpable economic and budgetary failures.
Instead of a hearing aid, under Paul Ryan's plan you'll recieve a voucher that will get you a hat that says, "Talk Louder."
"We're aiming for back to school," he said, regarding the timing of a lawsuit that would likely challenge Florida's new teacher