How is everybody this morning? Here’s Stevie Wonder from the Hope for Haiti concert.
Washington Journal: 7:45am – Byron York, Washington Examiner, Chief Political Correspondent & Christopher Hayes, The Nation, Washington Editor. 8:45am – Suzy DeFrancis, American Red Cross, Chief Public Affairs Officer. 9:15am – Glenn Sulmasy, “The National Security Court System.”
ABC’s This Week: Terry Moran. David Axelrod. Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) on “Obama’s Waterloo.” Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ), “the man in charge holding on to a Democratic majority in the Senate.” Roundtable: George Will, Cokie Roberts, Sam Donaldson, Matthew Dowd. Topics: The future of health care, the President’s first year and the disgruntled state of the union.
CBS’ Face The Nation: Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). Sen. Richard Durbin (D-IL). Roundtable: Nancy Cordes and Jan Crawford on the Supreme Court campaign ad ruling.
Chris Matthews: David Brooks The New York Times, Savannah Guthrie NBC News; Clarence Page Chicago Tribune; Kathleen Parker The Washington Post. Topics: Will Obama Recalibrate His Agenda In Response To Voter Outrage? Why Have Working Class Whites Abandoned Obama?
CNN’s State of the Union: Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ), Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT). Plus, David Axelrod. And Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports from Haiti. Then Pollsters Celinda Lake and Neil Newhouse to discuss the Massachusetts Senate race, the 2010 elections, and the Obama administration.
Fareed Zakaria – GPS: Former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski on the future in Haiti. Then, Fareed and his panel of historians on what Obama should do next, after the Massachusetts election.
Fox News Sunday: White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs. Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX). Fox News AllStars: Brit Hume, Mara Liasson, Bill Kristol, Juan Williams.
NBC’s Meet The Press: President Obama’s Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett, then Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) on Obama. Roundtable: E.J. Dionne, Katty Kay, Peggy Noonan, Chuck Todd.
Newsmakers: National Republican Senatorial Committee Chair Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) “looks ahead to the 2010 mid-term elections and gives his opinion on the recent Supreme Court campaign finance ruling. He also goes over the status of health care after the Massachusetts special Senate election.”
Q & A: Students from The Washington Center discuss politics and government as viewed through their experience in visiting Washington, DC. The students represent one group of the 600-800 college students who come to Washington each year in seminars sponsored by The Washington Center. The Washington Center’s mission includes preparing young people for leadership position and civil participation..
Religion & Ethics: Haiti Aftermath – Pastors, pilots, and hundreds of volunteers are in Florida trying to help. Haiti: One Church’s Response – “There’s terrific sadness and a tremendous sense of loss.” Hinduism and India – Ancient practices try to co-exist with modern middle class ways. Forest Monks – Buddhist monks protest Thailand’s trees by ordaining them.
60 Minutes: Don Hewitt, encore.
To The Contrary: Topics: 1- President Obama’s first year in office and its impact on women and health care reform; 2- An in-depth look at the benefits of DNA sequencing for children with rare diseases. Panelists: Dr. Bernadine Healy; Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC); Linda Chavez; Patricia Sosa. Online exclusive, More Men Are Marrying Up. Men are more likely to marry women with more education and income, but how will the role reversal affect families?
Univsion’s Al Punto: Roberto de Posada, Republican Strategist and Estuardo Rodríguez, Democratic Strategist. From Haiti: Carlos Méndez Rosales, Member of the International Rescue Brigade Tlaltelolco-Azteca of México. Andrés López López, Former Colombian Drug Trafficker Turned Author.
FDL’s Book Salon: “Nobel Prize winner Joseph E. Stiglitz explains the current financial crisis—and the coming global economic order.” Join Joseph Stiglitz and host William Black to discuss Stiglitz’s Freefall: America, Free Markets, and the Sinking of the World Economy. 5pm ET.
FDL’s Movie Night Monday: Favela Rising. Come chat with host Lisa Derrick and Matt Mochary, Director, Producer, and Co-Cinematographer. “Haunted by the murders of his family and many of his friends, Anderson Sá is a former drug-trafficker who turns social revolutionary in Rio de Janeiro’s most feared slum. Through hip-hop music, the rhythms of the street, and Afro-Brazilian dance he rallies his community to counteract the violent oppression enforced by teenage drug armies and sustained by corrupt police.” 8pm ET. Trailer link.