I suggest we either expand the "homework sans effort" close reason to cover more "low effort" and/or "completely clueless but opinionated" questions or create a new close reason to cover the latter kinds. On Psychology SE there is something like:
This question is not framed in psychology or neuroscience. It is based on assumptions which are not made explicit, are not well-motivated (e.g., referenced), or are not held to be true within any of the research fields on-topic here.
To pick the most recent example closed like that over there:
I want to exactly know that in how much time does the masturbation leads to memory loss and till what time? And what are the steps that should be taken to recover memory very very soon...? Please...help....please.
Basically, it's used when people are completely clueless about a topic but spout a theory anyway and somehow expect the experts to go along and answer their question in their pseudo-science framework. These are the scientific equivalent of a loaded question.
If I'm allowed a bit of pun on that, some questions here ask (not quite in such nakedly ludicrous terms, but indulge me)
I've heard the Fed is printing stimulus money. When can I expect hyperinflation? I need to know so I spend all my savings before then. Please... help... please.
So, for here, I suggest something like
This question is not framed in economics. It is based on assumptions which are not made explicit, are not well-motivated (e.g., referenced), or are not held to be true within economics.
Something like 90% of the recent questions on QE I've seen here (often using terms like "printing money" etc.) would qualify. I can't currently VTC them much because there's no obvious close reason for me to choose from the present list.
A more recent howler:
Does Federal Reserve's purchase of junk bonds create unethical incentives and moral hazard?
A long, ranty question soliciting (comments about) statements like
This is the end of capitalism and free markets.
With an accepted answer that is a terse, reference-free quip:
This is primarily to allow nationalisation of shale oil.
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