Well here we are in SE PA, staring Sandy straight in the eye. I am dreading the deluge to come, I’ve never forgotten Agnes, I hope Sandy gets legs and moves on outta here, quick like. But she’s going straight up the Susquehanna where they haven’t forgotten Agnes either. Hoping for the best for everyone.

There will be updates on the storm today on the shows, yet as Peterr notes:

Missing from the whole slate of topics and guests, as Sandy takes careful aim at the northeast coast, is anything and anyone related  to weather, climate, science. We went through four debates without a question on these topics, but you’d think that a major weather event like this on the doorstep of many/most/all of these studios would prompt *someone* at a “Who should we get this week?” meeting to suggest that perhaps getting at least one guest to talk about weather, climate, and science might be appropriate.

But Bob Schieffer’s going to harp on Benghazi some more, prioritehs! Gotta keep feeding the trumped up controversies the right uses to keep their sheep corralled over there.

Kevin Gosztola’s hosting Book Salon today, This Machine Kills Secrets. Tonight KagroX and Cliff Schecter will be Virtually Speaking. Tomorrow night Lisa is hosting a ghosting movie, The Selling, you can watch it through here.

Washington Journal.

ABC’s This Week:  President Obama’s deputy campaign manager, Stephanie Cutter, Newt Gingrich. Roundtable: George Will; Gwen Ifill; Andrew Sullivan, Austan Goolsbee; Nicolle Wallace.

CBS’ Face the Nation:  Rahm Emanuel. Sen. John McCain BENGHAZI. Then, Haley Barbour, Jennifer Granholm, John Fund, Bob ShrumRoundtable: Mark Leibovich, Ruth Marcus, John Dickerson.

Chris Hayes:  Heather McGhee (@hcmcghee), vice president of the progressive think tank Demos. Ari Berman (@ariberman), contributor to The Nation magazine and author of “Herding Donkeys: The Fight to Rebuild the Democratic Party and Reshape American Politics.” Bertha Lewis (@theblackinst), former CEO of ACORN and founder and president of The Black Institute. Hendrik Hertzberg (@RickHertzberg), senior editor and staff writer at “The New Yorker.” Ilyse Hogue (@ilyseh), co-Director of Friends of Democracy (a 2012 initiative to build political power around the issue of money in politics), former senior adviser to Media Matters for America and former director of political advocacy and communications for MoveOn.org. Avik Roy (@aviksaroy), member of Mitt Romney’s health care policy advisory group, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, and author of “The Apothecary,” the Forbes blog on health care and entitlement reform. Akhil Amar, Sterling Professor of Law at Yale Law School, Author of “America’s Constitution: A Biography.” Jane Mayer (@newyorker), staff writer at “The New Yorker.”

Chris Matthews.

CNN’s State of the Union:  Obama Campaign Senior Adviser David Axelrod and RNC Chair Reince Priebus. Ohio and Virginia, Gov. Bob McDonnell (R-VA) and Former Gov. Ted Strickland (D-OH). Roundtable: Pollsters Bill McInturff and Anna Greenberg, and Time Magazine’s Michael Duffy.

Fareed Zakaria – GPS:  Economy, Mali, Fracking, plus. Joe Klein, economist Ken Rogoff, Amity Shlaes, Chrystia Freeland.

Fox News Sunday:  Swing States – Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH), Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA), Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO). Roundtable: Brit Hume, Joe Trippi, Karl Rove, Juan Williams.

Moyers & Company:  What’s Behind the Presidential Campaign Messages? Marty Kaplan and Kathleen Hall Jamieson judge the political debates, and Neil Barofsky describes the obstacles to banking reform.

Meet the Press: Gov. John Hickenlooper (D-CO), Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) and Gov. John Kasich (R-OH)Roundtable: Vice Chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Carly Fiorina; Washington Post columnist EJ Dionne; NY Times columnist David Brooks; MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow; and NBC’s Chuck Todd.

Newsmakers:

Q & A:  Heidi Ewing, co-director and co-producer, of the documentary film Detropia. Ewing discusses the premise of the film which seeks to highlight the continuing deterioration of one of America’s once robust metropolitan cities. The film premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and won the Editing Award for Documentaries…

Religion & Ethics.

60 Minutes:  The Death and Life of Asheboro – Most of the thousands of jobs lost through outsourcing and the recession in this North Carolina factory town may not come back, but some entrepreneurs are turning things around despite the still-stalled economy. Scott Pelley reports. Stealing History – Some of America’s precious treasures, items like signed presidential papers and the Wright Brothers patent, have gone missing. One reason authorities began to take notice: a conman who stole thousands of them over several years. Bob Simon reports. The Face of the Franchise – One of the most exciting things about the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars may be their owner, Shahid Khan. The Pakistani immigrant who came to the U.S. as a 16-year-old college student and rose up to become an auto-parts magnate is not just one of America’s richest men, but one of the NFL’s most popular owners. Byron Pitts reports.

To the Contrary:  Panelists discuss the “waitress moms” impact on election day and whether they’ll be swayed by recent political gaffes about rape. Then, a nominee to the European Central Bank is rejected because the applicant was a man. [Earth to “To the Contrary”: The ECB nominee was rejected not because he was a man, but because *everyone else* in the top ranks of the ECB is a man. /Peterr] And, Behind the Headlines: Kathleen Turner. The Actress and advocate brings the role of Molly Ivins to DC in advance of election day.

Univision’s Al Punto:  Carlos Gutierrez, Former Secretary of Commerce and Chair of the Trade Policy Advisory Group for the Mitt Romney Campaign; Henry Cisneros, Former United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; Gabriela Domenzain, Director of Hispanic Press, Obama for America; Ana Carbonell, Advisor for Mitt Romney’s Presidential Campaign; Adryana Boyne, National Director of “Voces Action;” Carmen Cornejo, Board Member “Chicanos por la Causa;” Richard Carmona, (D) Arizona Senate Candidate; Abel Maldonado, (R) Congressional Candidate for California 24th District.

Virtually Speaking:  KagroX and Cliff Schecter, 9pm ET.

C-SPAN’s Book TV:  Texas Book Festival.

FDL’s Book Salon:  This Machine Kills Secrets: How Wikileakers, Hacktivists, and Cipherpunks Are Freeing the World’s Information. “At last, the first full account of the cypherpunks who aim to free the world’s institutional secrets, by Forbes journalist Andy Greenberg who has traced their shadow history from the cryptography revolution of the 1970s to Wikileaks founding hacker Julian Assange, Anonymous, and beyond.” Chat with Andy Greenberg about his new book, hosted by Kevin Gosztola. 5pm ET.

FDL’s Movie Night Monday:  BOO!The Selling is a feature film about a too honest for his own good real estate agent who must sell a haunted house before it’s ghostly inhabitance ruin his life.”  Come chat with Lisa Derrick and guests, 8pm ET.

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