Friday, August 05, 2005

Sunday Chat & Chews

It's Friday, the Sunday Chat & Chews loom on the horizon. (All shows air Sunday. Check your local listings for air times.)

ABC's This Week offers up Dennis Kucinich (among others) which makes it worth watching more than anything else that's been offered in sometime. Here's the line up:

Terry Moran, Chief White House Correspondent, ABC News
Linda Douglass, Congressional Correspondent, ABC News
Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio
Jim Boskovitch, Father of Cpl. Jeff Boskovitch
Rosemary Palmer, Mother of Lance Cpl. Edward "Augie" Schroeder, II

But just when you're thinking it may score high marks, here comes the roundtable:

Finally, Sam Donaldson, Cokie Roberts and George Will will join me for a classic roundtable. We'll discuss the politics of Iraq, steroids and baseball, and John Roberts.

Dragging Cokie Roberts out of moth balls is frightening enough. Teaming her with George Will and Sam Donaldson is positively frightening. Can nothing stop this unholy trinity?

Over at NBC, Meet the Press has the following guests:

Former Governor, D - New York
Professor of Constitutional Law, Pepperdine University
Former Dean, Catholic University School of Law
"Evidence of Harm: Mercury in Vaccines and the Autism Epidemic"
President, The Institute Of Medicine

As a bonus (and a strong bonus) they offer:

And in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, our "Meet The Press Minute" will feature Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. discussing that very legislation in our studio on August 21, 1966.

Finally, there's CBS' Face the Nation:

CBS Evening News Anchor Bob Schieffer
Fighting The Insurgency In Iraq
Sen. Jack Reed
Senate Armed Services Committee
Democrat - Rhode Island
Rep. Duncan Hunter
Chairman, House Armed Services Committee
Republican - California
Francis "Bing" West
Former Assistant Secretary of Defense
Author, No True Glory: a Frontline Account of the Battle of Fallujah

Somehow all three managed to avoid overlap in guests. If you're a fan of the chats and chews, you'll have a lot to watch.

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