Sunday Talking Heads: October 5, 2008
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Washington Journal: 7:30 am – Anna Greenberg, Democrat Pollster & Dave Winston, Republican Pollster. 8:30 am – Michelle Van Cleave, Former U.S. National Counterintelligence Executive (2003-06) — Van Cleave’s Report. 9:00 am – Sheila Krumholz, Center for Responsive Politics, Executive Director.
ABC’s This Week: Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA), Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R-MN), Sen. Mel Martinez (R-FL), and Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH). Four key players from critical battleground states discuss the latest on the presidential race and economic crisis. Roundtable: Time Magazine’s Karen Tumulty, The Nation’s Katrina Vanden Heuvel, The Wall Street Journal’s Gerald Seib, and ABC News’ George Will. contact George
Chris Matthews: Roundtable: Rick Stengel Time Magazine Managing Editor; Michele Norris NPR Host, All Things Considered; Kathleen Parker Washington Post Writers Group Columnist; Joe Scarborough MSNBC Host, Morning Joe. Topics: 4 weeks to go: Obama has the momentum… Can McCain catch him? [on edge of seat, biting nails] Which candidate will benefit from the next debate’s town hall format? contact Chris
CNN’s Late Edtion: "Rep. Rahm Emanuel (D-Ill.), Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), McCain economic adviser Nancy Pfotenhauer, Republican strategist Alex Castellanos, Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen, Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez, Democratic strategist Donna Brazile." info from LAT Top of the Ticket
Fox News Sunday: Topics:. Did Palin re-energize the McCain Campaign? And did Senator Joe Biden deliver the knowledge and experience that the Obama campaign wanted? Guests: the unoffloadable Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT), Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO),. and Karl Rove, giant cootie. Plus the Foxy News AllStars. email firstname.lastname@example.org
NBC’s Meet The Press: Democrat Paul Begala and Republican Mike Murphy on the state of the 2008 race and the strategies in play. Then, the Biden-Palin debate as well as Tuesday’s upcoming Obama-McCain townhall moderated by Tom Brokaw. Roundtable; dancin’ David Gregory, Gwen Ifill, perennial flake Peggy Noonan, Chuck Todd, and David Yepsen Political Columnist, The Des Moines Register. Topics: "Did Biden and Palin serve their tickets well at last night’s debate? What states are now in play? And what must Barack Obama and John McCain do at the remaining two debates to put their ticket on top?" contact Tom
Q&A: Q & A airs on on CSPAN at 8pm and 11pm et, Monday 6am et.
Religion & Ethics: Perspectives: Young Evangelicals And The Candidates — Our national survey finds young white less supportive of John McCain than their older counterparts. Cover: Kosher Ethics – A meat plant in northern Iowa has Jews debating the ethics of fair labor and kosher food production. Profile: Reverend Forrest Church – Facing death he says that love never dies. for broadcast times in your area click here
60 Minutes: Wall Street’s Shadow Market – Steve Kroft looks at some of the arcane Wall Street financial instruments that have magnified the economic crisis. Kill Bin Laden – The officer who led the army’s Delta Force mission to kill Osama bin Laden after 9/11 reveals what really happened in Tora Bora, Afghanistan, when the al-Qaeda leader narrowly escaped. Scott Pelley reports. The Race For The Electric Car- Lesley Stahl reports on the race to develop and produce a viable electric car being waged between Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and Detroit auto executives.
To The Contrary: Topics: 1- Gov. Sarah Palin’s performance at the debate and a look at where she stands on issues important to working mothers; 2- ‘Sex and the City’ star Cynthia Nixon on her battle with breast cancer. Panelists: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC); Townhall.com’s Amanda Carpenter; Women for Obama’s Megan Beyer; and Conservative Commentator Tara Setmayer. for broadcast times in your area click here
Book TV schedule. After Words: Tariq Ali, author of "The Duel: Pakistan on the Flight Path of American Power" interviewed by Robert Dreyfuss. The monthly In Depth: This weekend, historians Richard Norton Smith (George Mason University) and Douglas Brinkley (Rice University) "will look, through a historical lens, at the issues being discussed in the current race between John McCain and Barack Obama and discuss the history of presidential campaign politics in general. You can join this three-hour conversation by e-mailing your questions to email@example.com or by calling in during the program: East/Central Time Zone: 202-737-0001, Mountain/Pacific Time Zone: 202-737-0002."
FDL’s BOOK SALON: Paul Street’s Barack Obama and the Future of American Politcs. ‘"Many Americans believe Barack Obama represents a hopeful future for America. But does he also reflect the American politics of the past? This book offers the broadest and best-informed understanding on the meaning of the Obama phenomenon to date" Come and chat with the author, Sunday at 5 pm et. AND!! Monday at 3 pm et, Let’s talk Cheney with Barton Gellman, author of Angler: The Cheney Vice Presidency. Not.To.Be.Missed!
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