Sunday Talking Head Thread…

Here’s the Sunday talking head line-up.  Intriguing mix in places: 

C-Span’s Washington Journal:  7am – Newspaper Articles & Viewer Calls; 7:30am – David Feddoso, National Review, Reporter & Blogger | Blog; 8:15am – Walter Pincus, Washington Post, Intelligence Reporter; 9am – Jennifer Cooke, Center for Strategic & International Studies, Africa Program Co-Director; 9:30am – Newspaper Articles & Viewer Calls. 

ABC’s This Week: Gov. Tim Kaine (D VA) and Gov. Martin O’Malley (D MD); former Rep. Tom DeLay (R TX) and Rep. Tom Davis (R VA); Roundtable: Byron York, Donna Brazile, Sam Donaldson, George Will.   [From the website:  "This Sunday, George talks with Gov. Tim Kaine, D-Va., and Gov. Martin O’Malley, D-Md. With five states, Guam and the Virgin Islands voting this weekend, and the Potomac primary just three days later, Kaine and O’Malley debate the Democratic race. Tune in to hear O’Malley, a Clinton supporter, and Kaine, an Obama supporter, discuss their candidates’ strengths and viability as the heated race continues."]

CBS’ Face The Nation: John McCain (R), Barack Obama (D).

CNN’s Late Edition: Colin Powell, Fmr. Secretary of State; Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D) House Speaker, Rep. John Boehner (R) Minority Leader.  [From the website:  "Iraq war strategy. What is the future for U.S. troops? Wolf asks General Colin Powell in an exclusive interview."]

Fox News Sunday: President George Bush.

NBC’s Meet The Press: Mike Huckabee (R); Roundtable:David Broder, David Brody, Gwen Ifill, Chuck Todd.

Chris Matthews: Katty Kay BBC, Patrick Healy New York Times, Ron Allen NBC News, Anne Kornblut Washington Post.

Sixty Minutes: Barack Obama (D); Hillary Clinton (D); Should We Make Cents?

Today’s photo is a loggerhead shrike from Julie’s Magic Light Show.   Beautiful bird — that sharp, curved beak gives a big clue on how he eats.  The funky thing about shrikes:  they are predators, but they don’t necessarily kill their prey right away.  If it is a larger insect or other creature, they pin their prey to a stake or some barbed wire or some other sharp object, and then pick it apart.  It’s odd predatory behavior and seemed oddly appropriate to me for this point in the primary season as the media tries to pin down candidates for a gotcha moment.

What’s catching your eye on the blogs or in the news this morning?

(H/T to Elliott.)

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