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cal04 (37,788 posts)
Sunday Talk Shows
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Beau Biden, Mayor Kasim Reed, Jennifer Granholm, Elijah Cummings, Chris Dodd, David Axelrod, Robert Gibbs, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Bill Burton, Ted Strickland, Katrina Vanden Heuvel, Luis Lauredo, Donna Brazile
ABC This Week
Ohio Sen. Rob Portman and Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden discuss the presidential and vice presidential debates and the latest in the 2012 campaign, Sunday on "This Week."
Following a combative debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Republican vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan, President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Gov. Mitt Romney prepare to return to center stage, as they face off in their second presidential debate next Tuesday.
How did the vice presidential debate set the stage for next week's town hall presidential contest? Will Governor Romney build on his momentum from his strong first debate performance, or will President Obama improve his showing and re-build his lead with less than a month to Election Day?
Ohio Sen. Rob Portman, the man playing President Obama in Governor Romney's debate preparation, and the vice president's son, Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden, speak with ABC News Senior White House Correspondent Jake Tapper on the 2012 election, only on "This Week" Sunday.
Plus, our special "This Week" panel, in partnership with the University of Virginia's Miller Center, gives further insights into presidential debates, tackling the question "Do Presidential Debates Change Elections?"
Over 67 million Americans tuned in for the first presidential debate this month, the most viewers since 1980. But do presidential debates ever truly change the outcome on Election Day? Can debates change voters' opinions of the candidates and swing the momentum of a race, or do they merely solidify the choices voters already planned to make? What impact, if any, do stumbles on the debate stage have on the dynamics of presidential contests? And could this year's debates between President Obama and Governor Romney change the outcome of November's election?
Jake Tapper moderates this special discussion, held before a live studio audience at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., with former House Speaker and 2012 Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich; former Senator and 2008 Democratic presidential candidate Chris Dodd; Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz, moderator of this week's vice presidential debate; presidential historian Richard Norton Smith; ABC News' George Will; and Democratic strategist and ABC News Contributor Donna Brazile
CBS Face the Nation
Libyan consulate attack: Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.); Rep. Darrell Issa; Rep. Elijah E. Cummings (D-Md.). Panel: Bay Buchanan; Katrina Vanden Heuvel; Frank Luntz; David Corn; John Dickerson
CBS 60 Minutes
Aleppo - The Syrian civil war is taking lives and wrecking cities like Aleppo, the country's largest. Clarissa Ward gets inside the country to report on its civilian victims, the rebels who the West is refusing to support and Islamic militants who some fear will hijack the revolution.
Coming Home - Many returning veterans are getting into trouble with the law. In Texas, a creative new program offers an alternative to standard justice, which is helping to straighten out lives twisted by the stress of war.
James Bond - Maybe one of the neatest tricks Agent 007 has been able to perform is keeping the James Bond film franchise alive and well for 50 years. Anderson Cooper talks to current Bond actor Daniel Craig and to Barbara Broccoli, whose family has produced the films since 1962. Tanya Simon is the producer.
Meet the Press
On the heels of the one and only Vice Presidential debate, and just two days before the second-to-last meeting between President Obama and Mitt Romney, we'll have full coverage and analysis of the campaign and what comes next for both sides.
Just two presidential debates left before the election as both sides try to win over voters still trying to make up their minds. Can President Obama hold off Romney's recent surge in the polls? Or will Romney deliver a knockout blow in the final two debates? What effect will the Biden-Ryan showdown have on the race? A special discussion looking ahead to the final three weeks of the campaign: Gov. Bob McDonnell (R-VA); Mayor Kasim Reed (D-Atlanta); Fmr. Gov Jennifer Granholm (D-MI); GOP strategist Alex Castellanos; and NBC’s Tom Brokaw, who has moderated his share of presidential debates.
David Gregory gets Stephen Colbert’s take on the presidential race and if the election’s outcome will change anything.
CNN State of The Union
Polls show a tightening race in the final weeks before the election. How will the Obama campaign recalibrate its strategy after the president’s lackluster performance in Denver? We’ll talk to senior campaign adviser Robert Gibbs.
Then, the Road to the White House runs through Florida. We’ll look at the pressing issues facing voters in this crucial battleground state with DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the Former Chairman of the Florida Republican Party Al Cardenas.
Plus, insights from the campaign trail and making sense of those tax reform promises with CNN National Political Correspondent Jim Acosta, USA Today’s Susan Page, Grover Norquist of Americans for Tax Reform, and Bill Burton of Priorities USA.
Fareed Zakaria GPS
On GPS Sunday: Are conservatives divided? And the story behind Argo
On GPS this week: What to make of Mitt Romney’s foreign policy? Following the Republican presidential candidate’s big foreign policy speech this week, Fareed convenes a panel of experts to discuss democracy in the Arab world, America’s influence around the globe and whether U.S. conservatives are divided. On this week’s panel are: Wall Street Journal columnist Bret Stephens, American Enterprise Institute scholar Danielle Pletka, former New York Times executive editor Bill Keller and commentator Kishore Mahbubani.
Also on the show, Fareed discusses the back story to Argo, the Hollywood telling of how a handful of Americans escaped Tehran during the 1979 hostage crisis, with former CIA officer and operation mastermind Antonio Mendez.
Finally, how America came to terms with death. More than 600,000 Americans were killed in the Civil War. Harvard historian Drew Faust and filmmaker Ric Burns discuss a new PBS documentary that shows how those deaths today explain an important part of America’s national identity.
Fox News Sunday
Obama Campaign Senior Strategist David Axelrod and Romney Campaign Senior Adviser Ed Gillespie are joining Fox News Sunday to talk about Campaign 2012 as election day gets closer.
Melissa Harris Perry Show
Weekends, 10am-12pm ET
Up w/Chris Hayes
Sunday's Guests (Oct. 14): Romney's jobs record & Staples, the David Siegel email, Nate Silver on what polls really tell us
Sat Oct 13, 2012 4:21 PM EDT
Tomorrow on Up w/ Chris, we'll examine Mitt Romney's crowning achievement when it comes to job creation: Staples. We'll talk with Staples founder Tom Stemberg about Romney's Staples record, and take a close look at the types of jobs big retail chains like Staples offer. We'll also discuss the trend of CEOs ordering their employees to support particular candidates, and share some breaking news about the Koch brothers. And we'll dive into the polling industry with Nate Silver of The New York Times, who will provide us with the latest news on what the polling says about the presidential election.
Joining Chris at 8 AM ET on MSNBC will be:
Nate Silver (@fivethirtyeight), Founder of FiveThirtyEight: Nate Silver’s Political Calculus and author of “The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail – But Some Don’t.”
Thomas Stemberg, founder of Staples, Managing General Partner of the Highland Consumer Fund.
Sarita Gupta (@saritasgupta), Executive Director of Jobs with Justice and Executive Director of American Rights at Work.
Josh Barro (@jbarro), Lead Writer for Bloomberg View's "The Ticker."
David W. Moore, Senior Fellow at the Carsey Institute at the University of New Hampshire, Policy Critic at iMediaEthics.org and Former Managing Editor and Senior Editor of the Gallup Poll.
Maya Wiley, Founder and President of the Center for Social Inclusion.
Zephyr Teachout, Professor at the Fordham University School of Law.
Monica Youn, Brennan Center constitutional fellow at the New York University school of law where she focuses on election law and First Amendment issues.
Alec MacGillis, senior editor for "The New Republic" and currently serving as the magazine's correspondent for the 2012 campaign.
The Chris Matthews Show
Next presidential debate; Bill Clinton's role: Andrew Sullivan, Newsweek; John Heilemann, New York Magazine; Nia-Malika Henderson, the Washington Post; Liz Marlantes, Christian Science Monitor.
Univision's Al Punto
Former chairman, Florida Republican Party; chairman, American Conservative Union Cardenas, Luis Lauredo, surrogate, Obama campaign
Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, chairman, Republican Study Committee
Bloomberg's Political Capital
Former Gov. Ted Strickland (D-Ohio), co-chairman, Obama campaign
Former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu
C-Span's Washington Journal
7:45am - Charles Hurt, Washington Times Political Columnist
Topic: Political observers believe GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney won the first presidential debate because of a strategy to tack more to the political center on economic and social issues.
8:30 am- Leonard Steinhorn, American University Communications Professor
Topic: Guest will talk about the math behind how noncitizens impact the number of Electoral College votes each state is allocated. Even though noncitizens – either legal or illegal – can’t vote, they are counted in the decennial census, which determines each state’s congressional seats and Electoral College votes.
9:15 am-Graham Allison, Harvard University, Belfer Center for Science & Int’l Affairs – Director
Topic: Guest will discuss the 50th Anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis and what lessons can be applied to today’s global environment.
Vice presidential debate: Keli Goff; Steve Roberts; David Frum. Next presidential debate: Candy Crowley. Switching political loyalties: Buzz Bissinger
Sunday Breakfast Menu
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Sunday Talk Shows (Original post)
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Sat Oct 13, 2012, 09:28 PM
BumRushDaShow (13,605 posts)
3. As always, thanks for posting!!
Glad to see Beau out there more. He was dynamic at the convention with the media and didn't take any of the crap.
Rebel without a pause. Fighting the power without .
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Sat Oct 13, 2012, 10:17 PM
femmocrat (15,548 posts)
4. K & R Thank you, cal04!
Seems fairly balanced this weekend. Some fresh faces, too!
"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." ~ Gandhi
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Sat Oct 13, 2012, 10:26 PM
We People (608 posts)
5. Thanks, Cal04!
"I will never adjust myself to economic conditions that take necessities from the many to give luxuries to the few" -- Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Sun Oct 14, 2012, 08:45 AM
ellisonz (26,484 posts)
E lauhoe mai na wa'a; i ke ka, i ka hoe; i ka hoe, i ke ka; pae aku i ka 'aina. - Paddle together, bail, paddle; paddle, bail; paddle towards the land.