Topic du jour is Homeland Security Department. Also, CPAC. And the latest scary villain from the Islamic State.
WASHINGTON JOURNAL: 7:00 am – Stephen Dinan, Washington Times. 7:45am – Matt Schlapp, American Conservative Union. 8:30am – Ron Pollack, Families USA. 9:15am – Joshua Meservey, Atlantic Council of the U.S.
ABC’S THIS WEEK: Secretary of State John Kerry on “Jihadi John” and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address to Congress. Roundtable: Matthew Dowd, LZ Granderson, Laura Ingraham, Cokie Roberts.
CBS’ FACE THE NATION: Department of Homeland Security showdown with House Speaker John Boehner, then Sen. Dianne Feinstein on “Jihadi John.” Also, Mike Huckabee. Then Jeffrey Goldberg and Margaret Brennan. Panel: Peggy Noonan, Mark Halperin, Maria Cardona and Kevin Madden.
CNN’S RELIABLE SOURCES: Panel: Beau Willimon, Ben Smith, Amanda Terkel, Jay Rosen, Byron Allen and Sen. Al Franken
CNN’S STATE OF THE UNION: Rick Perry on 2016 GOP presidential race and his foreign policy. Sen. Dianne Feinstein on “Jihadi John.” Michael Oren on Netanyahu being wrong in accepting invite to address Congress. Michele Bachmann, Donna Brazile and Peter Baker on Boehner’s “bravado,” GOP vs. Hillary Clinton and grassroots opposition to Jeb Bush.
FOX NEWS SUNDAY: Majority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise on DHS shutdown. Gov. Scott Walker. Jason Riley, Jane Harman, Kathleen Parker and Charles Lane.
MEET THE PRESS: The Politics of Security with House Majority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy on DHS shutdown. Ben Carson. Rep. Jan Schakowsky. Joe Lieberman. Panel: Chris Cillizza, Helene Cooper, Hugh Hewitt and Maria Hinojosa.
NEWSMAKERS: Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA), chairman of House Judiciary Committee, talks Obama’s executive order on immigration, Loretta Lynch as the next Attorney General and the FCC’s new Internet regulations.
Q & A: No new show this weekend.
RELIGION & ETHICS: Muslim Initiatives Against Extremism; India’s Sacred Cows; Women’s Purim
TO THE CONTRARY: No new show this week.
VIRTUALLY SPEAKING: Digby and Spocko
C-SPAN’S BOOK TV. Book discussions on More Than a Score, Flashpoints, After Words with Wes Moore, The Man Who Would Not Be Washington
And as an antidote to all the guests appearing this Sunday as well as a tribute to Leonard Nimoy.