Movie Night Monday
Happy Morning! Biscuits and gravy, anyone?
Of course the main topics are the aftermath of the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson MO and ISIS in Iraq and Syria. And yes, there will be John McCain.
WASHINGTON JOURNAL: 8:00am – Race in America: Daily Beast Washington Correspondent Eleanor Clift, talk show host Armstrong Williams, and Georgetown University Law Center professor Paul Butler discuss race in America following the police shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown.
ABC’S THIS WEEK: ISIS with House Homeland Security Committee Chair Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX). Ferguson MO with Rep. William Lacy Clay (D-MO). Roundtable: Rep. Donna Edwards (D-MD), D-Maryland, Bill Kristol, Peggy Noonan, David Plouffe.
CBS’ FACE THE NATION: ISIS with Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH). Also former deputy director of the C.I.A., Michael Morell. Plus, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI), book hawking: “The Way Forward: Renewing the American Idea.” Then, Ferguson MO with Rep. William Lacy Clay (D-MO). And Gary Sinise on the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial being built in DC. Roundtable: Nia-Malika Henderson of the Washington Post, David Rohde of Reuters, and Susan Page. Plus, CBS News State Department correspondent Margaret Brennan and CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr.
CNN’S RELIABLE SOURCES: GlobalPost CEO Phil Balboni, AP CEO Gary Pruitt, Dan Rather.
CNN’S STATE OF THE UNION: ISIS with Peter Westmacott, the British Ambassador to the United States on “the alarming numbers of Westerners fighting in Iraq and Syria.” Then, Ferguson MO with Gov. Jay Nixon (D). Police Chiefs Roundtable: Thomas Manger, Chief of Police in Montgomery County Maryland and Vice President of the Police Executive Research Forum, Malik Aziz, Deputy Chief of Police in Dallas and Chair of the National Black Police Association, and James Craig, Chief of Police in Detroit.
FOX NEWS SUNDAY: Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). Ferguson MO with Dr. Ben Carson and Rev. Jesse Jackson. Roundtable: Karl Rove, Bob Woodward, Laura Ingraham, Juan Williams.
MELISSA HARRIS-PERRY: The Syllabus.
MOYERS & COMPANY: Joseph Stiglitz: In Defense of Capitalism. Inequality isn’t inevitable in capitalism, says the Noble Prize-winning economist in Harper’s. But it is with the capitalist system America currently has.
NBC’S MEET THE PRESS: Ferguson MO with Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon (D). ISIS with House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Chair Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI). And Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY). Also, Peter Westmacott, Britain’s ambassador to the United States.
NEWSMAKERS: Gov. Mike Pence (R-IN).
Q & A: Congressman Charles Rangel (D-NY). He talks about his more than 40 years in the House, as well as his life before entering public office. Mr. Rangel recently won the Democratic party primary in his New York City district, but has decided that if he wins re-election in November that this will be his last term in Congress.
RELIGION & ETHICS: Religious Reactions to Ferguson; China Orphan Care. Communities of faith and the moral issues raised by Ferguson; one American woman’s campaign to bring love into the lives of China’s neglected orphans.
TO THE CONTRARY: Child Maltreatment (Dr. Rachel Clingenpeel) Panel: The Heritage Foundation’s Jennifer Marshall, Journalist Anushay Hossain, Republican Strategist Rina Shah, Incite Unlimited’s Avis Jones DeWeever.
UNIVISION’S AL PUNTO: Enrique Peña Nieto, President of Mexico; León Krauze, Univision News Anchor, KMEX 34; U.S. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D), Florida and Democratic National Committee Chair; Jaime Ruiz, Northern/Coastal Branch Chief, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Office of Public Affairs; David Brown, Staff Attorney, Center for Reproductive Rights.
VIRTUALLY SPEAKING: Dave Dayen and Dave Johnson talk with host Jay Ackroyd, with Culture of Truth. Live at 9pm ET, 6pm PT tonight or listen tomorrow online.
FDL’S BOOK SALON: There is no Book Salon today.
FDL’S MOVIE NIGHT MONDAY: After Tiller “Martha Shane and Lana Wilson’s After Tiller is a deeply humanizing and probing portrait of the only four doctors in the United States still openly performing third-trimester abortions in the wake of the 2009 assassination of Dr. George Tiller in Wichita, Kansas–and in the face of intense protest from abortion opponents. It is also an examination of the desperate reasons women seek late abortions. Rather than offering solutions, After Tiller presents the complexities of these women’s difficult decisions and the compassion and ethical dilemmas of the doctors and staff who fear for their own lives as they treat their patients.” Join host Lisa Derrick and filmmakers Martha Shane and Lana Wilson for the discussion, 8pm ET, 5pm PT Monday.
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