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Directed by Charles M. Jones. Produced by Edward Selzer. Story by Michael Maltese. Animation by Keith Darling, Ken Harris, Abe Levitow, and Richard Thompson. Layout and Backgrounds by Philip DeGuard. Voices by Mel Blanc and others. Original Music by Milt Franklyn.
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Sunday Talking Heads: April 18, 2010
Good Morning everyone! I have to thank res ipsa loquitur at Rising Hegemon for bring back this video classic on Goldman Sachs. Talking Heads today talk about tea parties, financial reforms, elections and cetera.
Talking Heads today discuss tea parties, financial reforms, elections and cetera.
Washington Journal: 7:45am – Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press, Senior Economics Writer. 8:30am – StudentCam Winner Interview. 8:30am- George Pataki (R), Fmr. NY Gov. 1995-2006 & Revere America.org, Chairman. 9:15am – Thomas DiFilipo, Joint Council on International Children’s Services, President & CEO.
ABC’s This Week: Jake Tapper hosts. Former President Bill Clinton “to talk about Haiti, his efforts to engage the next generation of leaders with the Clinton Global Initiative University and politics.” Roundtable: George Will, Donna Brazile, Al Hunt, and Kim Strassel of The Wall Street Journal.
CBS’ Face The Nation: Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA), his first Sunday show since he was sworn into the Senate.
Chris Matthews: Joe Klein TIME; Kathleen Parker The Washington Post; Norah O’Donnell MSNBC; John Heilemann New York Magazine. Topics: All The New Rage: How Dangerous Is The Current Anti-Washington Anger? Would the GOP Recapture The House With A Gingrich-LikeContract With America?
CNN’s State of the Union: Republican Senate leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (KY). Then Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA). Also economic roundtable.
Fox News Sunday: Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). Then Gen. Ray Odierno. Fox News AllStars: Brit Hume, Mara Liasson, Bill Kristol, Juan Williams.
NBC’s Meet The Press: Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner. Roundtable: Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA), Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), National Journal’s Ron Brownstein, and Telemundo’s Jose Diaz-Balart.
Newsmakers: House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) discussed the prospects for his party to maintain their majority in the 2010 midterm elections, saying the passage of the health care bill “energized” his party. Rep. Hoyer also went over the chances of the Senate passing financial regulatory reform.
Q & A: Stanley Crouch, author and regular columnist for The New York Daily News. Mr. Crouch is the author of over ten books on culture and jazz. His novel, “Don’t the Moon Look Lonesome” was published ten years ago. Included in this interview, a discussion of President Obama, health care, and political parties.
Religion & Ethics: Evangelicals and Nuclear Security. Christian Legal Society v. Martinez. Eradicating a Global Scourge. Tariq Ramaden.
60 Minutes: 21st Century Snake Oil – “60 Minutes” hidden cameras expose medical conmen who prey on dying victims by using pitches that capitalize on the promise of stem cells to cure almost any disease. (This is a double-length segment.) Pacino – In a rare sit-down interview, Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino talks about his films and how he prepares for them, including his upcoming movie in which he stars as Dr. Jack Kevorkian.
To The Contrary: Topics: 1- Actress Sigourney Weaver on women and environmental awareness; 2- Cleaning up the nation’s water supply. Panelists: Formal Federal Prosecutor and Judge Debra Carnahan; Conservative Commentator Tara Setmayer; National Council of Negro Women’s Dr. Avis Jones-DeWeever; and Center for Immigration Studies’ Jessica Vaughan.
Univision’s Al Punto: First Lady Michelle Obama, Mexican First Lady Margarita Zavala de Calderón, Mrs. Cynthia Salazar, Mother of the Children Murdered by Mexican Soldiers; Mr. Raymundo Ramos, President of Nuevo Laredo’s Human Rights Council, Juan Luis Guerra, Award-Winning Singer/Songwriter.
Virtually Speaking: Jay Ackroyd and Joan McCarter, Joan (mcjoan) is a front page blogger at Daily Kos.
FDL Book Salon: Chat with Naomi Cahn and June Carbone about their new book, Red Families v. Blue Families: Legal Polarization and the Creation of Culture. “The authors show how the Red-Blue divide goes much deeper than this value system conflict–the Red States have increasingly said “no” to Blue State legal norms, and, as a result, family law has been rent in two.” 5pm ET.
FDL Movie Night Monday: The Weather Underground. “Fueled by outrage over racism and the Vietnam War, the Weather Underground waged a low-level war against the government throughout much of the 1970s—bombing the Capitol building, breaking Timothy Leary out of prison, and evading one of the largest FBI manhunts in history.” Chat with director Sam Green, and host Lisa Derrick, Monday, 8pm ET.