As we say good bye to the worst Black History Month in recent history, I shudder in anticipation of how the Trump administration will make Women's History Month inexorably worse. I'd say their horrific talking point of how Dems are for "post birth abortions" (words have meanings, guys; this is not a thing) does not bode well.
Neither does this guest list, which is curiously devoid of women (and people of color, come to that). The media tries to portray themselves as promoting women leaders...
...are not at all interested in hearing their point of view.
We see you.
In addition to being Women's History Month, it's also Colorectal Cancer Awareness month. Probably more than you wanted to know, but I am going in for a colonoscopy this week. As a person with Crohn's, it's just a regular part of my life. But as the daughter of someone who died needlessly from colon cancer (and never got a colonoscopy until she was diagnosed with Stage 3 cancer), I'm going to remind you all that checks save lives. My amazing friend Rissa, who is now two years cancer-free after a Stage 3 colon cancer diagnosis, is the cover girl on this mini-magazine from FightCRC.org.
Prep day is admittedly a little uncomfortable and not a lot of fun. The screening itself is no big deal, and had my mom not felt squeamish about it, she'd probably be around to enjoy her grandchildren for far longer, to all our sadness. The success rate for beating colon cancer is pretty high when it's caught in the early stages.
So let this be my PSA to you: go get checked.
ABC's "This Week" — Reps. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., and Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif.; Gov. Jay Inslee, D-Wash., 2020 presidential candidate. Panel: The NY Times' Maggie Haberman, ABC’s Matthew Dowd, Republican strategist Sara Fagen and Michael Tomasky, of the Daily Beast.
NBC's "Meet the Press" — Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va.; Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio. Panel: Matt Bai of Yahoo! News; Helene Cooper of The New York Times; John Podhoretz, editor of Commentary; and Heidi Przybyla of NBC News.
CBS' "Face the Nation" — National security adviser John Bolton; Sen. Doug Jones, D-Ala.; Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif. Panel: Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic, David Nakamura of The Washington Post, Paula Reid of CBS News and David Sanger of The NY Times.
CNN's "State of the Union" — Bolton; Sens. Mark Warner, D-Va., and John Kennedy, R-La.; Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich. Panel: Bakari Sellers, former Democratic South Carolina House member; Amanda Carpenter; former Gov. Jennifer Granholm, D-Mich.; and David Urban, former Trump strategist.
CNN's "Fareed Zakaria GPS" — Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations; Matthew Kroenig, associate professor, department of government and school of foreign service, Georgetown University; Robin Wright of The New Yorker; Ravi Agrawal, managing editor of Foreign Policy and author of “India Connected”; Mosharraf Zaidi, adviser to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Pakistan (2011-2013); Chuck Robbins, chairman and chief executive officer, Cisco Systems.
CNN's "Reliable Sources" — Maggie Haberman, the White House correspondent for The New York Times; White House Correspondent for CNN Jim Acosta; Olivia Nuzzi of New York magazine; Bill Kristol, director of Defending Democracy Together and host of “Conversations with Bill Kristol,” Adam Moss, outgoing editor-in-chief at New York magazine.
"Fox News Sunday" — Bolton; Rep. Debbie Dingell, R-Mich. Panel: Ben Domenech, co-founder of The Federalist; Jane Harman, former congresswoman, D-Calif.; Gillian Turner, Fox News correspondent; Marie Harf, former State Department spokesperson.
Fox News' "Sunday Morning Futures" — Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla.; Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif.; Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y.; Ken Starr, former Whitewater independent counsel and former U.S. solicitor general.
So what's catching your eye this morning?