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Saturday, March 1, 2014

Sunday Morning Programs 3/2/14

SUNDAY, March 2, 2014

INSIDE POLITICS – Sunday 8:30AM – 9:00AM

Topic:   Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden in the Limelight; the Clinton Documents; Tea Party vs. the GOP Establishment
Guest:  Robert Costa, national political reporter, The Washington Post
Guest:  Maggie Haberman, senior reporter, POLITICO
Guest:  Nia-Malika Henderson, political reporter, The Washington Post
Guest:  Peter Hamby, political reporter, CNN

Anchor:  John King


Topic:   The Strength of the Tea Party as it Turns Five Years Old; Same-Sex Marriage;
Rand Paul; Women’s Place in Conservative Politics
Guest:  Rick Santorum (R-PA), former senator
Topic:   Uprising in Ukraine; Politics at Home
Guest:  Sen. Dick Durbin  (D-IL), Assistant Majority Leader

Topic:   U.S.-Russia Relations; Ukraine
Guest: John Beyrle, former U.S. ambassador to Russia

Topic:   Political Panel: Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton in 2016
Guest:  Bill Burton, former deputy White House press secretary (Obama
Guest:  Ross Douthat, columnist, The New York Times
Guest:  Amy Walter, national editor, The Cook Political Report

Anchor: Candy Crowley

FAREED ZAKARIA GPS – Airs LIVE 10:00AM – 11:00AM and 1:00PM – 2:00PM     

Topic:      Ukraine & Russia – and What is Likely to Happen Next
Guest:     Zbigniew Brzezinski, PhD, former National Security Advisor (Carter Administration); counselor and trustee, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Guest:     Madeleine Albright, PhD, former U.S. Secretary of State (Clinton Administration); professor, international relations, Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service

Topics:    Distorting Putin
Guest:     Anne Applebaum, columnist, The Washington Post and Slate
Guest:     Stephen Cohen, PhD, professor emeritus, The New York University and
Princeton University
Topic:      Egypt’s Revolution & Where It’s Headed – and What Can Ukraine Learn From Egypt?
Guest:     Jehane Noujaim, Oscar-nominated documentary film maker, The Square (2013)

Topic:      In Defense of the 1%
Guest:     N. Gregory Mankiw, PhD, chairman and professor of economics, Harvard University

Anchor:    Fareed Zakaria


Topic:      This Week We Saw a Watershed Moment for Gay Rights in Arizona and Texas. Is This the End Of This as a Wedge Issue That Has Divided the Country? What Role Did the Media Play in This?
Guest:     Thomas Frank, politics & culture columnist, Salon
Guest:     Ben Shapiro, editor-at-large,

Topic:      Looking at the Clinton Documents
Guest:     Carl Bernstein, commentator, CNN; investigative journalist

Topic:      President Obama Holds an Event at the White House to Launch His “My Brother’s Keeper” Initiative to Provide Support for Minority Youth. We’ll Talk With Don Lemon About His Experience at the Event and Some of His Experiences as a Journalist Covering the President.
Guest:     Don Lemon, anchor, CNN

Topic:      Fox News Decides Not to Carry Obama’s Speech Even Though Bill O’Reilly Was in the Audience and Rupert Murdoch Tweeted Support for the Initiative. We’ll Look at How Fox Makes Its Choices About Coverage and the Role Its Political Leanings Play.
Guest:     Dylan Byers, media reporter, POLITICO

Topic:      Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas Hasn’t Asked a Question in Supreme Court Oral Argument for Eight Years. Where Are the Reporters? Are Restrictions on Press Coverage Allowing Him to Get Away With This?
Guest:     Jeffrey Toobin, senior legal analyst, CNN
Guest:     Jamal Greene, law professor, Columbia Law School
Anchor:    Brian Stelter

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Anonymous said...

What no Ted Nugent. CNN needs to be responsible with it's Ukraine coverage. CNN is could play a major role with wall to wall coverage. This is a 24/7 story.

AJAM seems to stick to programming and not be as flexible with covering live events. This is going to be a very fluid situation all weekend long. CNN had better have it's A game. There are times when CNN is being irresponsible. CNN is seen around the world. The rhetoric can cause a military misstep. You are talking about Europe. Can you say 2 world wars.

Anonymous said...

CNN thinks John McCain is President of the United
States. CNN has no idea what journalism is That
is why CNN has zero news cred. Last I check John
McCain is not a player in this. CNN does this over
and over again. CNN is no longer trusted just look
at the ratings. Viewers are not stupid. CNN is so
desperate for ratings that the network wants war.
Pathetic. BBC & Al Jazeera understand just how
complex Ukraine really is while CNN does not.

Anonymous said...

No, CNN doesn't think John McCain
is Presient of the United States.
Anderson Cooper thinks John McCain
is President of the United States,
and defers to him whenever he gets
a chance. He has allowed McCain to use 360 for the GOP agenda.
Why? Because Cooper leans to the right and most assuredly did not vote for President Obama, no matter how many homeless people he interviews for 60 Minutes.
And McCain has what, 11 homes at last count.
When asked he said he honestly didn't know.
Wouldn't it be nice if the people who reported on the status of the poor, actually had something in common with them?

Anonymous said...

AJAM has been talking about Crimea before the others. While CNN was spending useless hours on Ted Nugent, AJAM was talking about the Russian naval base there along with troops. Also, AjAM has been reporting on Russia trying to establish an economic zone with Crimea being key because of the Black Sea.. CNN is a joke. It's a myth that Russia will lose nothing. The ruble is crumbling and Russia has money in western banks. Look at the markets.