Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has double-booked his Sunday morning!
Both ABC's "This Week" and NBC's "Meet the Press" will host the Treasury Se...
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Well, it was only a matter of time before Tim Geithner ruined one of my weekends, and apparently, it's going to be this one, to be followed, possibly,...
My name is Jason and welcome to your Sunday Morning Liveblog, where I battle wankery with wankery for your amusement.
Today, twittering old man John McCain is awake with us, ready to handle our beavers. Earmark reform -- McCain wants it, Obama promised it.
Imagine Obama's boot, stomping up and down on David Ignatius' face, forever, for two or maybe three months. Like Avril Lavigne said, it's COMPLICATED.
What's the over/under on the number of ways David Gregory comes up with to ask Jindal if he's going to run for president? I don't know, but he'll be hailed as a Goddamned genius.
You know, one of the great things about passing an economic stimulus package near Valentine's Day is that every wonk in town had at least one good pickup line this weekend.
I hope you are ready for a stimulating conversation, by which I mean a conversation about stimulating. By which I mean the stimulus package. And whether it stimulates the economy.
Michael Steele is up for a return to the "Contract With America," though he does not LITERALLY want to travel back in time to 1994.
Hey! It's John McCain! He looks happy. He did Obama a solid in helping to push the Clinton nomination along. But what's his role?
Today marks the final Sunday of the Bush administration! Does that fill you with nostaglic waxings? It does for me, but they are, in all honesty, mainly of the warm bed I just got out of.
Last week was a good week for This Week, which ended up eking out a win over NBC rival Meet The Press in Total Viewers, and landing as the "top-rated ...
It's been a long time since we checked in with the nerd Chris Matthews, so let's see how he's handling these last two weeks before Obama is sworn in and he loses it completely.
Do the producers of the Sunday political shows think it's presumptuous to submit high officials to the kind of grilling they brag about when senators or other lesser beings undergo it?
Steny Hoyer and George H. W. Bush? I hadn't prepared for all this animal charisma and sexual heat! Lucky for me, I'll have Brit Hume and Mara Liasson back on the panel today, as bonerkillers.
It's go time on a super new war in the Middle East. Wow! Has "democracy" taken root up in that piece or what?
"Dick Cheney Unplugged" and other highlights of the Sunday news shows.
Facing Fox News Sunday in a raw state of of semi-sleepiness, innocent dreams from the night before still half-remembered? This is going to hurt.
We knew that Obama was going to inherit some major problems, but we'll pretend that we've actually been blindsided by them because, let's face it, it's sporting to sometimes allow Meet The Press to feel like it's the superior institution.
Oh, boy. Battle of the Surrogates, 2008 style today as Lindsey "Jowly Dave Foley" Graham does battle with Claire McCaskill.
Ahh, Fox News Sunday. Your refusal to upgrade from the mid 1980s where graphics and music are concerned truly inspires.
Yes, rumors are flying and most of them are extremely unsound, but because a few of them are not, speculation remains the hard currency of the realm where the political media are concerned.
So, last week? Pretty momentous, right? And historical, as well. So historical that we say it was "an" historical week, even when we say those word...
Today's theme is: "What's Going To Happen In The Election?" And next week, "Wow, Now That The Election Is Over, What Are We Going To Talk About?"
Tim Kaine, Tom Ridge, Karl Rove, and the Fox Panel talking about...media bias! Oh, sweet monkey Christ, that's going to be great.
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