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Rep. Michelle Bachmann (R-MN) – who is most assuredly not a kook – returned to the airwaves this week to call for an "orderly revolution".

Meanwhile, the democratically-elected "leaders" of her party spent several minutes plotting the road to recovery.

You'd better grab a hold of your underpants... it's gonna be a bumpy ride.

Morning lineup:

Meet the Press: Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner; Sen. John McCain (R-AZ).

Face the Nation: President of the United States Barack Obama.

This Week: Timothy Geithner; Roundtable: Paul Krugman (The New York Times), George Will (ABC News), Cokie Roberts (ABC News), and GOP Strategist Matthew Dowd.

Fox News Sunday: Defense Secretary Robert Gates; Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper; President of the Heritage Foundation Edwin Feulner: Roundtable: Bill Sammon (Fox News), Nina Easton (Fortune Magazine), Bill Kristol (The Weekly Standard), and Juan Williams (Fox News).

State of the Union: CENTCOM Commander Gen. David Petraeus; Special Representative to Afghanistan and Pakistan Richard Holbrooke; Sen. Kent Conrad (D-ND); Rep. John Spratt (D-SC); Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY); Reliable Sources: Chip Reid (CBS News); Ann Compton (ABC News Radio); Kevin Chappell (Ebony Magazine); Attorney Gloria Allred; Ray Richmond (The Hollywood Reporter).

The Chris Matthews Show: David Ignatius (The Washington Post); Kelly O'Donnell (NBC News); Norah O'Donnell (NBC News); Andrew Sullivan (The Atlantic).

Fareed Zakaria GPS: Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva; Bret Stephens (The Wall Street Journal); Nicholas Kristof (The New York Times); Columbia University Professor Rashid Khalidi; Dominique Moisi (The French Institute for International Relations).

NCAA basketball tournament:

CBS's coverage will begin at 2 pm EST with the "Elite Eight" match-up of Michigan State v. Louisiville, followed by Oklahoma v. North Carolina.

Note: Things are not looking good for President Obama, who is currently ranked #2845564 in the ESPN Tournament Challenge. But in the unlikely story that is America, there has never been anything false about hoops.

Primetime viewing:

60 Minutes will feature a profile of NBA star LeBron James.


Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert were on vacation last week, so there are no new clips to share with you.

Instead, here are a couple of clips from Jon's January 2007 appearance on Charlie Rose.

The Daily Show

Monday: CNN Commentator Jack Cafferty

Tuesday: Actor Seth Rogen ("Observe and Report")

Wednesday: OMB Director Peter Orszag

Thursday: Author Tom Zoellner ("Uranium")

And here Stephen delivers Michael Steele's response in their ongoing Conservative Rap Battle.

The Colbert Report

Monday: Astronomer Derrick Pitts

Tuesday: Author David Plotz ("Good Book LP")

Wednesday: Author Dambisa Mayo ("Dead Aid")

Thursday: Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone


While Stephen appears to have gotten the last word to your mother, sometimes looks can be deceiving.

Michael had a message for all the playa haters out there — you got punked!

"I'm very introspective about things. I'm a cause-and-effect kind of guy. So if I do something, there's a reason for it... It may look like a mistake, a gaffe. There is a rationale, there is a logic behind it," he said. "I want to see what the landscape looks like. I want to see who yells the loudest. I want to know who says they're with me but really isn't."

Or, as Denzel Washington put it in "Training Day":

"The shit's chess. It ain't checkers."

MC Steele also openly contemplated a Presidential run. Checkmate, bitches!


Moving backwards, from campaigns future to campaigns past...

Speaking at an Alaska GOP meeting, Gov. Sarah Palin had some touchy words for the godless heathens on Team McCain.

"So I'm looking around for somebody to pray with, I just need maybe a little help, maybe a little extra," said Palin.

"And the McCain campaign, love 'em, you know, they're a lot of people around me, but nobody I could find that I wanted to hold hands with and pray."


And speaking of Him...

The Texas Board of Education approved a science curriculum that opens the door for teachers and textbooks to raise doubts about evolution. ...

It isn't just evolution at issue: The board also approved an earth-science curriculum that challenges the widely accepted Big Bang Theory. Students are expected to learn that there are "differing theories" on the "origin and history of the universe."

Board members also deleted a reference to the scientific consensus that the universe is nearly 14 billion years old. The board's chairman has said he believes God created the universe fewer than 10,000 years ago.


Let freedom reign.

- Trix

Originally posted to Daily Kos on Sat Mar 28, 2009 at 09:50 PM PDT.

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