Dave Tourjé’s L.A. Aboriginal – Movie Night Monday

Good morning everyone, Happy father’s Day.

When dakine01 saw the listings last night, he replied:

Day-uhm! The competition is fierce what with The Clinton Guy Shocked by Blowjobs having a wake for Eric Cantor, Senator Huckleberry J Butchmeup doing a two-faced dance with CBS and CNN, Faux Noise being its norm but Disco Dave’s Dance Party must really be trying to make up for having reasonable shows the past few weeks with that lineup of halfwits and full twits.

Can’t argue with that. But do join Kevin Gosztola with Clark Stoeckley this afternoon for Book Salon to talk about Stoeckley’s visual reporting from the Chelsea Manning trial. His distinct courtroom drawings helped bring the trial outside the courtroom. And Monday evening Lisa Derrick brings Dave Tourjé in to talk about his art and the film L.A. Aboriginal.

WASHINGTON JOURNAL: Possible - 7:05am - Iraq with New York Times correspondent Tim Arango. 7:45am – Derek Wallbank of Bloomberg News and Domenico Montanaro of PBS review top news stories of the week. 8:45am - Kimberly Kagan of the Institute for the Study of War and Christian Science Monitor’s Jane Arraf talk about escalating violence in Iraq as insurgents takes control of major cities. 9:30am – Carroll Doherty talks about a Pew Research Center study that shows Republicans and Democrats are increasingly divided along ideological lines.

ABC’S THIS WEEK: House Majority Leader Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA). Then, House Homeland Security Committee Chair Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX), ABC News consultant and former Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Peter Chiarelli and ABC News contributor Col. Steve Ganyard, USMC (Ret.), on Iraq. Roundtable: Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL), Donna Brazile, Laura Ingraham, Bill Kristol. Then, journalist Elizabeth Drew, author of “Washington Journal: Reporting Watergate and Richard Nixon’s Downfall.”

CBS’ FACE THE NATION: Iraq with Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC). Plus, former Obama National Security Advisor Tom Donilon. Then, RNC chair Reince Priebus. Also, David Boies and Ted Olson on their new book, “Redeeming the Dream: The Case for Marriage Equality.” Roundtable: Robert Costa, Gwen Ifill, Nancy Cordes.

CNN’S STATE OF THE UNION: Dana Bash and Gloria Borger guest host. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. Then, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC). Iraq with retired Maj. Gen. Paul Eaton who was in charge of training Iraqi troops. Plus, Iraq war veterans Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) and Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) “offer very different views on what the U.S. should do about the crisis in Iraq, plus their take on Hillary Clinton, Chris Christie and 2016.”

FOX NEWS SUNDAY: Iraq with House Intelligence Committee Chair Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI). Then, the future of the Republican Party with National Republican Congressional Committee Chair Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR) and Vice Chair of the House Budget Committee Rep. Tom Price (R-GA). Roundtable: Brit Hume, Julie Pace, George Will, Jane Harmon. Power Player of the week is Robert De Niro and his HBO documentary “Remembering the Artist: Robert De Niro Sr.”



MOYERS & COMPANY: Too Big to Fail and Getting Bigger. Our banks are larger than before the 2008 crash and they’re still living dangerously, economist Anat Admati tells Bill.

NBC’S MEET THE PRESS: Horse Race 2016? “Exclusive” interview with Mitt Romney. Iraq with Richard Engel. More with Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), Rep. Peter King (R-NY), David Ignatius, Dexter Filkins. Then, NBC News Correspondent Kevin Tibbles at Fort Hood. Roundtable: Chuck Todd, Ruth Marcus, Harold Ford, Ken Cuccnelli, Steve Schmidt. Plus, Maria Shriver with Piper Kerman who’s memoir inspired the show Orange Is the New Black. Finally, Luke Russert and “a special conversation about Father’s Day and the 10th anniversary re-issue of “Big Russ and Me: Father and Son – Lessons of Life.”

NEWSMAKERS: House Democratic Caucus Chair Xavier Becerra (D-CA) talks about a range of issues, including how Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s departure from the GOP leadership will affect legislative action and prospects for an immigration overhaul.

Q & A: Emmy award winning journalist and investigative reporter Lisa Myers, who discusses her career, the state of the media, and her future plans. Ms. Myers recently left NBC News after more than 30 years at the network. Ms. Myers won multiple Emmy awards while at NBC. She discusses some of these award winning segments, her coverage of different presidential administrations and Congress, her approach to reporting and working her sources, the changing face of network news and some of the reasons she decided to leave NBC.

RELIGION & ETHICS: Religious Outreach to Veterans; Dhammakaya Temple; Upanayanam.

TO THE CONTRARY: Topic: Becoming Papa – Groundbreaking program for men in Rio De Janeiro’s favelas to stem the tide of violence and promote healthy relationships.

UNIVISION’S AL PUNTO: Pelé, The King of Football; Cecilia Muñoz, Assistant to the President and Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council; U.S. Representative Henry Cuellar (D), Texas; Marlen Mena Bautista, Mother of One of the Young Children who has Crossed the Border; Ilia Calderón, Univision News Anchor; Orlando Guerrero, Journalist and Correspondent of NTN24; Hernando Piñeros, Journalist and Expert in International Politics; María Corina Machado, Former Member of the Venezuelan National Assembly.

VIRTUALLY SPEAKING: Marcy Wheeler & BMAZ talk about Chelsea Manning’s op-ed, Iraq and how our (U.S.) stupid secrecy rules lead us to do boneheaded things. http://t.co/X8hQR0LeaL, 9pm ET, 6pm PT.


FDL’S BOOKS SALON: The United States vs. Private Chelsea Manning: A Graphic Account From Inside The Courtroom. “Drawing and writing in real time from inside the courtroom, artist and WikiLeaks activist Clark Stoeckley here captures first-hand the extraordinary drama of The United States vs. Private Chelsea Manning, one of the most important and secretive trials in American history.” Join Clark Stoeckley and host Kevin Gosztola, 5pm ET, 2pm PT.

FDL’S MOVIE NIGHT MONDAY: Painter Dave Tourjé on art, punk rock and the film about him: LA Aboriginals, which you can watch up top.