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Archives: December 2009

NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday Lineup

meet the press.jpgThis Sunday’s “Meet the Press” will include the following:

Moderator: David Gregory
Guests: Deputy National Security Advisor John Brennan, Department of Homeland Security Sec. Michael Chertoff and Retired C.I.A. Director Michael Hayden
Topics: Attempted airline terror plot, global fight against terrorism
Roundtable guests: NBC’s Tom Brokaw, NYT Columnist David Brooks, WaPo columnist E.J. Dionne and Presidential Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin.

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CBS’s “Face the Nation” Sunday Lineup

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Topics for this Sunday’s CBS “Face the Nation with Bob Schieffer” include: The Christmas Terror Plot, Health Care, Jobs, and The War in Afghanistan. Also: A Look Ahead to 2010

Guests:
CBS News Congressional Correspondent Nancy Cordes, CBS News Chief Legal Correspondent Jan Crawford (her first appearance), CBS National Security Correspondent David Martin, CBS News Justice & Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr and CBS White House Correspondent Chip Ried.

MTV’s “RealWorld:DC” Hosts Viewing Party

Politico’s Kiki Ryan attends last night’s “Real World:DC” viewing party and learns which cast member “will write a guest blog” for HuffPost, “who is trying to get a job with Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) and who has taken a liking to the bar, McFadden’s.

Watch her video below.

Happy New Year from FishbowlDC

We wish you all a very Happy New Year here from the Fishbowl.
We look forward to some new FishbowlDC features ahead, covering your work, entertaining you and seeing tempers flare in the new year.

We will publish light over the weekend and are closing up shop early today.

This is called a “Ruby Red Confetti” fish.

See you Monday.

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This Sunday It’s All Roland

Roland Martin PHOTO 050808.jpgThis Sunday, Roland Martin offers a retrospective of the year’s highlights. This includes President Obama’s inauguration, and “high points from interviews and discussions during the first season of Washington Watch with Roland Martin,” states a release.

No new interviews or guests will be included for this show. “Washington Watch with Roland Martin” airs on TV One Sundays at 11 a.m., repeating at 5 p.m. and at 6 a.m. on Mondays.

Bloomberg’s Weekend Lineup

Al_Hunt-740140.jpgCarslon_Margaret_WEB150X200.jpgO'Beirne_Kate_150.jpgThis weekend on “Political Capital with Al Hunt” features a New Year’s reporters’ roundtable with Bloomberg’s Julianna Goldman, Rich Miller, Hans Nichols and Indira Lakshmanan. Margaret Carlson and Kate O’Beirne offer their New Year’s predictions.
The show airs on Friday at 6:30 p.m. ET and re-airs throughout the weekend.

More on Baucus and Foley from Politics Daily’s Miller

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Politics Daily’s Emily Miller poses an interesting question.

Today she examines a Facebook post by former Rep. Mark Foley(R-Fla.) and his peculiar spelling of Sen. Max Baucus’s (D-Mont.) surname. Read full story here.

She writes:
“It is unclear whether or not Foley, who himself went to rehab for alcoholism, deliberately misspelled the senator’s name, Baucus, as Bacchus, which was the Roman god of wine.”

Whether Foley meant to compare Baucus to the Roman God of Wine we’re not sure. But we’re sure glad Baucus wasn’t naked like this on the Senate Floor.

The Show Goes On … Even Without Rush

williams2.jpgNo word yet on conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh’s condition, but his show goes on.

A note on his website: “Click Here for Thursday’s Stack of Stuff: Show Prep Continues Even When Rush is Off. Today’s EIB Guest Host: Dr. Walter E. Williams.”

Williams is an economics professor at George Mason University.

Notably, he’s a member of the Mont Pelerin Society.
This society is “composed of persons who continue to see the dangers to civilized society outlined of aims. They have seen economic and political liberalism in the ascendant for a time since World War II…Though not necessarily sharing a common interpretation, either of causes or consequences, they see danger in the expansion of government, not least in state welfare, in the power of trade unions and business monopoly, and in the continuing threat and reality of inflation.”

Not a Good Way to Start New Year’s Eve

cab_parking ticket.jpgThis just in from NJ’S Hotline On Call Editor Reid Wilson: “Just got a parking ticket, and for the 1st time in my life, I can say, with a straight face, I didn’t deserve it. It’s on, DC parking cops.”

Yikes. Should we be scared?

Palin’s Alleged Tightened Press Tactics

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The Daily Dish’s Andrew Sullivan reports this morning on some people being kept out of former Alaska GOP Gov. Sarah Palin’s Cincinnati book signing Wednesday due to a special “list.”

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