CityBeat - Worst Week Ever! http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/articles.sec-166-1-worst_week_ever_.html <![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Feb. 03-09 - ]]>

Poverty expert says Cincy is doing a good job dealing with the poors; wealthy influencers invest megabucks on local politician; tea party happy to offer idiotic input on heroin problem and more. 

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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Jan. 27 - Feb. 02 - ]]> Kasich stands zero chance of earning nomination, comes up with rad idea anyway; wacko Texas politician diagnosed with Obamacare; Enquirer takes down accurate headline over some bullshit and more.
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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Jan. 20-26 - ]]> Local political windbags share more opinions about sports; Ohio Republicans create medical marijuana task force to help themselves; Buckeye State best at making annoying phone calls and more.]]> <![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Jan. 13-19 - ]]> Maine governor debuts plan to combat heroin epidemic with old-fashioned racism; record Powerball jackpot is chance to become God, despite what haters say about odds; streetcar hours pique interest of argumentative Cincinnatians and more.
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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Jan. 06-12 - ]]> GM sees potential in drunk people with smartphones; Ohio Secretary of State rules that politicians' names don't matter; Enquirer publishes incredibly racist, idiotic opinion letter and more.
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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Dec. 30-Jan. 05 - ]]> Hilarious weed-smoking sloth makes smoking weed look fun; Kasich does something that kind of makes it sound possible for convicts to get jobs; feds mock lack of sensible immigration policy by making jokes about Santa's reindeer and more.
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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Dec. 16-22 - ]]> Ohio GOP leaders say they'll support Trump; Justice Scalia says what less-advanced racists are thinking; the middle class is shrinking beginning with its bank account and more. ]]> <![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Dec. 09-15 - ]]> Climate change BS still annoys us; Washington Post reminds us all to keep thinking of dreams in context of race; 9/11 first responders fight for health care because politicians are disgusting and more.
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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Dec. 02-08 - ]]>

Oakland A's pitcher imperils national security; Kasich takes time to focus on football fanboy issues; six- and seven-figure-income-having athletes; Time Warner Cable forces columnist to go meta to hit deadline.

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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Nov. 25-Dec. 1 - ]]> Cranley emails self-righteous press statement and wishes someone had paused it; meanwhile at the NRA; women earning closer to equal pay, but that's only kind of good; weed investors regret Buddie mascot; research chimps to receive gold watches for catching hell all those years.
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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Nov. 18-24 - ]]>

Renewed interest in what others think fuels Cranley concert-promotion efforts; terrorist attacks in Paris prompt Rob Lowe to share immigration policy tips; uniforms make Bills and Jets look the same to colorblind fans; OSU sues Horseshoe Casino over attempts to copyright generic name

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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Nov. 11-17 - ]]> Election Day problems; Kentucky's new governor; military salutes at sporting games funded with tax dollars; Cleveland's disappointing sports tax news; Jeb Bush's story of email about Nazi-killing time travel
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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Oct. 14-20 - ]]> American educators subtly use weather as device to advance their work-from-home agenda; Enquirer seeks story idea help, looks to most gullible readers for suggestions; report commissioned by parks tax supporters finds parks tax is a great idea; gun owners near site of recent shooting spree ask public not to be upset by gun violence; Bengals win again, astrophysicist confirms this is real and not park of parallel universe
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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Oct. 07-13 - ]]> Indian Republican shares sex video with contacts list, then shares resignation letter; your lack of grammar skills is keeping you from getting laid; hiring event in Africa hundreds of years ago filled many labor positions, according to textbook; overlord royal Hillary Clinton unveils gun control proposals; clothing retailer that featured lots of butts in advertisements ends up ass out

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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Sept. 30-Oct. 06 - ]]>

Hedge Fund manager with power to put profits over human lives does exactly that; Pope comes to America, informs members of Congress they suck at their jobs; black people only vote to get free stuff and noted election-rigger Jeb Bush knows it; Bill Nye goes off on anti-abortionists; teary orange politician quits and 'WWE!' gets harder to write

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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Sept. 23-29 - ]]>

We all know our Steelers-fan governor John Kasich has moved on from his days of being rabidly anti-abortion in order to focus on standing out amid the smelly pile that is the group of Republicans seeking nomination in the upcoming presidential election.

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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Sept. 2-8 - ]]>

ResponsibleOhio debuts weird weed mascot named Buddy; 'Cincinnati Enquirer' finds new, innovative method to disappoint and sadden readership; overrated NFL quarterback acts like sports drink prevents concussions; Obama renames Mt. McKinley in honor of popular SUV model

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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Aug. 26-Sept. 1 - ]]> Local teacher uses racially charged humor to make pupils hate math early on; former NFL players teach younger generation how to best cover up lives of crime; drones full of things Americans can't get enough of complicate matters at prisons; Hillary Clinton only getting attention for the bad stuff she's done with emails over the years
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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Aug. 19-25 - ]]>

Firefighters concerned about flammable objects, obstacles to putting out fires, etc.; Aroldis Chapman throws so hard MLB had to update its stat thing; Toby Keith restaurant sued for about 1 percent of the things wrong with it; Columbia House loses lots and lots of pennies; Video Game League announces drug testing (seriously)

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<![CDATA[Worst Week Ever! Aug. 12-18 - ]]> Jailed labor force financially benefits Clermont County; Shakespeare likely high on weed a lot; Papa John's settles with delivery drivers after shorting them for a while; Mayor Cranley appoints guy to Historic Conservation Board who loves tearing down old buildings; Rabbit Hash frets over proposed Rising Star Casino ferry plan.
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