Ok, a relatively easy one to get us back after missing Friday. Y'know, something that occurred to me over the weekend is that while our communal comment thread works fine as a cheat sheet, I never made a list of all of the answers for the purpose of not repeating any. No repeats …
With the papal conclave now underway, check out our special Pope election cheat sheet....
With the conclave upon us, who will be the next pope? Check out our special cheat sheet of the top contenders with bios of each....
We've just updated our Pope candidate cheat sheet. Check it out here. What stands out endearingly to me is that each guy, or at least several of them, have their own tag line angle about how they're ready to connect...
A leading lobby group, Energy in Depth, has put out a “cheat sheet” of pro-fracking talking points to counter any bad publicity that may arise following the release of the new Matt Damon film, Promised Land. [Guardian] Outgoing Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chairman Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.) has some advice for the next Congress: [...]
I will admit, when I first saw this superficially insipidly stupid report ‘accusing’ Mitt Romney of being able to fit everything he needed to gut Barack Obama like a fish in Wednesday’s debate on a single sheet of paper (a so-called “cheat sheet”), my first thought was Wow. Show More Summary
Apparently, there are a few liberals out there concerned (or maybe just bored) that Mitt Romney brought some kind of a cheat sheet to the debate the other night, because he was seen taking something out of his pocket and putting it on his podium. Show More Summary
You want to know the real reason why Mitt Romney won his debate with President Obama on Wednesday night? According to the DUers at the Democratic Underground it had nothing to do with his debate skills or the fact that Obama did a poor job of defending his record. Show More Summary
The latest theory being floated by some on the left to explain Mitt Romney’s performance in Wednesday’s debate is that Romney used a cheat sheet. (We already know that President Obama’s underperformance was the result of the high altitude...Show More Summary
A cheat sheet to some of the dishonest attacks you’ll likely hear at this week's Republican National Convention. Where Republicans will vote on a party platform that would end Medicare as we know it. John Boehner is the latest Republican...Show More Summary
As Mitt Romney and the Republican Party try to renew and reinvent his image, you can expect them to roll out the same old dishonest attacks. Here are just five of the falsehoods to look out for when Romney and his allies take the stage...Show More Summary
Washington (CNN) - Tied in the horserace. Tied among voters who call themselves independents. – Follow the Ticker on Twitter: @PoliticalTicker – Check out the CNN Electoral Map and Calculator and game out your own strategy for November. And tied in the suburbs, where close presidential elections get decided. Seventy-four days to go and our [...]
I literally fell asleep while reading David Brock’s opposition research file on Paul Ryan, the Republican candidate for Vice President. The 290-page media cheat sheet, prepared by Brock’s super PAC, American Bridge 21st Century, andShow More Summary
As a federal leader, you no doubt have a lot on your plate, and it may be tempting to shrug off employee complaints about their jobs and organization.
Senator Dick Lugar’s campaign claims to be leading challenger Richard Mourdock in early-voting ballots. An email from Lugar’s campaign relates: The Indy Politics “Cheat Sheet” reports that it “has done some checking and got some insight on early absentee voting results. Show More Summary
Today's comic is Restrain yourself by Mark Fiore: Struggling to keep track of what redistricting has done to the Empire State? The folks at Daily Kos Elections have put together a handy cheat sheet that shows you which new districts correspond to which old districts and who's running where. Show More Summary
Which Super Tuesday contests are primaries, and which are caucuses? How many delegates does each state award, and what time the do polls close? What is the latest polling in each state? Here's a primer to help you make sense of today's Republican nominating contests.
Exit pollsters are at work in the states with contests Tuesday, except in Idaho, North Dakota and Alaska. Here’s a cheat sheet for following Super Tuesday's voting in the 10 states, and what to look for in the exit poll numbers as they start to trickle out this evening. Read full article >>
The Oscars are about to start. I'm really looking forward to Billy Crystal. Here's a Cheat Sheet. Update: Billy Crystal's best line: ?Nothing can take the sting out of the world's economic problems like millionaires handing each other gold statues.? The skit was good, his singing not so much.
The bridge is yours. -Todd VanDerWerff on Glee. Even more than usual. -Nuclear submarines are the new big pop culture trend. -Ashley Tisdale and Louis C.K., because why not? -Your visual cheat sheet to Hugo, which if you’re going to see one Oscar-nominated movie before this weekend, I recommend. -Speaking of which, Oscar Etiquette: