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Friday, December 20, 2013

Sunday Morning's Programming 12/22/13

SUNDAY, December 22 2013


Topic:   Budget Deal in Congress, the Future of Obamacare, the Chances of Passing Gun Legislation
Next Term, and Democratic Leadership in the Senate
Guest:  Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV)

Topic:   Reining in the NSA; Report from the Advisory Panel
Guest:  Peter Swire, senior fellow, Center for American Progress

Topic:   Future Caucus, Being a Millennial, and Making a Difference on Capitol Hill
Guest:  Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI)
Guest:  Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL)

Topic:   Politics
Guest:  Mark Halperin, senior political analyst, TIME Magazine, co-author, Double Down: Game Change
2012 (2013)
Guest:  Dan Balz, chief correspondent, The Washington Post, author, Collision 2012 (2013)
Guest:  Mark Leibovich, journalist, chief national correspondent, New York Times Magazine, author, This
Town (2013)
Guest:  Newt Gingrich, CNN “Crossfire” Co-host, author, Breakout (2013)

Anchor: Candy Crowley

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

Topic:   2013: the Highs and Lows of the Year That Was
Guest:  Zanny Minton Beddoes, economics editor, The Economist
Guest:  Ian Bremmer, PhD, president, Eurasia Group
Guest:  Anne-Marie Slaughter, D.Phil, Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton
University,former Director of Policy Planning for the U.S. State Department of State (Barack
Obama Administration)
Guest:  Bret Stephens, Global View columnist, The Wall Street Journal

Topic:   Britain’s Austerity vs. U.S. Stimulus Initiatives – Which Approach Was Correct?
Guest:  George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer, United Kingdom

Topic:   Is the NSA Records Collection Constitutional?
Guest:  Adm. Dennis Blair, former Commander-in-Chief of the Pacific Command

Topic:   Why Scholars are Boycotting Israel; Can Israel Make Peace?
Guest:  Ari Shavit, journalist, Haaretz; author of My Promised Land: The Triumph and Tragedy of Israel 

Anchor: Fareed Zakaria


Topic:   Media Reaction to the Anti-Gay Remarks Made by “Duck Dynasty” Star in an Interview
Guest:  Matea Gold, reporter, The Washington Post
Guest:  Lola Ogunnaike, anchor, Arise TV
Guest:  Matt Lewis, contributor, The Daily Caller

Topic:   CBS’s “60 Minutes” Faces Backlash Again Over Its Story on the NSA, Why Has
the Legendary Show Gone Off Track? 
Guest:  Michael Calderone, senior media reporter, Huffington Post
Guest:  Ryan Lizza, CNN commentator, writer, the New Yorker
Guest:  Alicia Shepard, media reporter, former NPR Ombudsman

Topic:   News Organizations Continue to Push for Renewed Chinese Work Visas for American
Reporters; Lawmakers in the U.S. Request the Same for Chinese Reporters
Guest:  Jim Sciutto, CNN Chief National Security Correspondent, former Chief-of-Staff to the
U.S. Ambassador to China (Obama Administration)
Guest:  Michael Calderone, senior media reporter, Huffington Post
Guest:  Emily Parker, writer, The New Republic

Topic:   Politico’s Re-Launch of “Capital New York” as a Revitalized News Source for New York
Guest:  Jim VandeHei, President, CEO, Politico and Capital New York

Anchor:  Brian Stelter

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Anonymous said...

Why is CNN turning into the Blaze ?

Anonymous said...

I am so over CNN, MSNBC & FOX. Come 2014 it will be BBC,AJAM,PBS,Take Part Live and news programs on Link TV. along with legit news websites that excludes the internet properties of CNN, MSNBC & FNC too. It's a real shame how dumb downed the news on cable has become. I am going to follow real news that I can use. I was hoping that CNN would get better but it's pretty obvious that is not happening. CNN has become a huge waste of time.

Anonymous said...

ICN says CNN is laying people off at the network. I was surprised to see Richelle Carey on AJA this morning. Maybe there is life after CNN. It will take some time for AJA to find an audience. Current was around for 8 years and only had 35,000 viewers. Wonder if AJA started out higher than Current. MSNBC really did not take off until like 5 years ago.

Anonymous said...

CNN is being destroyed right in front of our
eyes. The Baltimore Sun takes Jeff Zucker to
task for ruining CNN. Just take a look at the
lousy programming choices. Thank goodness
for AlJazeera America. At lease 1 network cares
and has a strong commitment to new