March 4, 2011 Let's be honest here. You cut NPR funding, you'll get lame ScuttleButton puzzles. This week's offering is an example of full-funded ScuttleButton.
March 1, 2011 It's hard to say what is worse: that the answer to last week's ScuttleButton was "Justin Bieber," or that the answer to the puzzle was announced on Bieber's 17th birthday.
February 25, 2011 After one of the most difficult ScuttleButtons in U.S. history, this week we decided to go with one that even YOU can figure out!
February 17, 2011 President Obama is concerned about the ballooning national debt. We should first be concerned with coming up with a solution to this week's ScuttleButton puzzle.
February 4, 2011 First Tunisia. Now Egypt. People around the world are demanding a weekly dose of ScuttleButton puzzles. Thank goodness for the American way of life. And thank goodness it's Friday ... which means it's time for ScuttleButton.
February 1, 2011 This edition of the Political Junkie features the limits of U.S. foreign policy in Egypt, the announcement that Charlotte will be the Democrats' choice for their 2012 convention, and the latest ScuttleButton winner.
January 28, 2011 Governments in the Mideast are falling. The reason: No ScuttleButton. That's what makes America — and Fridays on this blog — great.
January 21, 2011 A new format for Political Junkie, but the ScuttleButton puzzle is still the same. Pick a word or concept per button and come up with a solution.
December 14, 2010 Kevin McVicker of Alexandria, Va., is this week's ScuttleButton puzzle winner, where the solution was "Jingle All the Way."
December 10, 2010 While the White House and congressional Democrats are still battling it out on the tax bill, we thought we'd slip in a mini-rules change in this week's ScuttleButton puzzle.
December 7, 2010 Last week's ScuttleButton puzzle solution was "Don't Ask Don't Tell," and the randomly-selected winner is Steven Cain of Minneapolis, Minn.
December 3, 2010 It's Friday and that means it's time to solve the weekly ScuttleButton puzzle. Take one word or concept per button, add them up, and you get a message.
November 24, 2010 Happy Thanksgiving! But before you start carving into the turkey, you should know that the answer to last week's ScuttleButton puzzle was "Lisa Murkowski."
November 19, 2010 Whether you support Nazis or not, this might be a good time to try and solve this week's ScuttleButton puzzle.
November 16, 2010 Last week's ScuttleButton answer was "Here today, gone tomorrow," and the randomly selected winner was Matt Kuhns of Lakewood, Ohio.
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