March 2nd, 2012
02:42 PM ET

Sneak peek at this Sunday's show

By Pallavi Reddy, CNN

Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney won two more primaries this week, but one of them was by a very slim margin. The media didn’t hesitate to pounce on him by calling it an “ugly win.” We’ll have the Washington Post’s Dana Milbank, CNN contributor David Frum, and Sirius/XM Radio host Julie Mason on to break down the coverage and the hints of a GOP white knight stepping in.

Also, conservative publisher Andrew Breitbart’s unexpected death brought a lot of coverage from both the right and left. We’ll have Buzz Machine’s Jeff Jarvis to talk about his legacy and his last project as well as James Murdoch’s resignation from News International.

This Sunday on CNN 11a.m. EST.

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  1. Jan Cicarella

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  3. Lounis

    Madelene – I am in love with your way of telling sretios through the lens. The picture with the little girl on the beach is just totally amazing. And the way you manage to display the tension before the wedding the preparations, the excitement it's awesome.Thank you for showing these lovely photos. Regards from one of your Swedish readers who never gets tired of the privilege of sneak-peeking into your life. Hej pe5 dig!

    April 6, 2012 at 9:40 pm | Reply
  4. Kevin

    Mike, you just keep changing the subject and trotting out the same 'ol lies to suit your simple mind. Maybe Rush is all you can handle. I have no patience for simple, ingrained hate and ignorance like yours.

    Mac, two of the panelists are pretty well known. I'm not a satellite radio listener so I don't know anything about Jill Mason. But Dana Millbank is a columnist for the Washington Post. Probably left of center, but not afraid to criticize R's and D's. David Frum is a well-known conservative writer who has been very critical of the Tea-Party and obstinacy of Congressional Republicans. He served in George W. Bush's White House and wrote for National Review until 2008. As a liberal I disagree with many of his views, but I always find them thoughtful and interesting. If you were really interested all of these panelists are available online.

    March 4, 2012 at 12:14 pm | Reply
    • Karolina

      lbf: If that last part is true, Chris is not only an idiot but an egotistical ass at that. He doesn't dvseree to lead a 2 person lemonade stand if he can't manage a professional balance of security and common sense. He is unfit to be a solution oriented chairman.

      August 1, 2012 at 11:22 am | Reply
  5. William Cinnamon

    Ed Schultz of MSNBC took homself off the air for a week after he quickly apologized to Laura Ingraham. Your reporting left the impression that he waitied for MSNBC to act. That was not the case. Ed is the bigger man in this case, he recognized that he had made an error in judgement, called himself on it, and acted on it before anyone.

    March 4, 2012 at 11:27 am | Reply
    • Iwata

      The fact is he was untrained and over louzeas and didn't listen to the dispatcher. Stand your ground doesn't apply since he chased down Martin. the question is did he physically or verbally provoke a fight. If physically then it is Jail time, if verbally and Martin punched him he has the right to self defense but the level of force is questionable. Cops shoot people who eat pears carry cell phones all the time. I have one question and I am white. How come the media talks about whites descriminating against latinos (because it happens all the time). Now they are taking a Latino and painting him white even though in the past the media as made them separate groups. My only conclusion is they are trying to start a race war. Media gets off on that. I am from VT we are the safest state in the country and everyone is armed to the teeth. We have immigrants move here from Vietnam, Laos, Sudan, kenya, Congo, and now India. I call them by their first names or refer to their cultural heritage i.e. Sudanese. I don't use Black or African. Their is way to much polarization out there and both sides are equally guilty. I was born in Boston to an Italian family. When I was 12 I moved to VT and saw everyone with a gun. A very small government an hippy attitude which is why people are into renewable energy and raising local organic food an attitude of self reliance guns and provions so when Hurricane Irene hit people were stuck but were ok and even had barbecues while waiting for the water to recede and the power to come on again. Get rid of the drama and start with the facts then build up with scientific evidence from there.We know Zimmerman pursued when told not to.We know Zimmerman was punched repeatedly.We know he shot Martin at very close range.Now lets start their.Lets take race out of the equation and take pot use out of the equation. Stick to facts since their is so much forensic evidence. I personally believe manslaughter should be charged because of the fact he pursued and while not illegal did start the ball rolling. However it may come he is innocent. The fact is only two people know what happened one of which is dead. However no one except the police and now FBI have the Medical Examiners analysis, the video from the interview of Zimmerman which I am sure Reid was used, the ballistics and all the physical evidence not mentioned. We are all guessing until that comes out and how many people are trained to look at and process that information to make an educated explanation?

      April 4, 2012 at 8:28 am | Reply
  6. mike

    no wonder rush reaches so many more than any of you and your programs, your weak attempt at comparing rush remark on the admitted promiscuous activist is one sided and narrow minded. sarah palins daughter was called a slut, she was called a slut, the left and supporters chuckled as you published books of assassinating gw bush. the disgusting photos of mcainne. we are tired of your double standard. bush never golfed during he war, this poor excuse golfs and jets sets the globe and when was the last time you compared dedication and respect for the office of the president. you are a hack amongst the wall of msm hacks.

    March 4, 2012 at 11:12 am | Reply
    • mac

      Yes, it is true Palin's daughter was called some very horrible names and the so-called main stream media never asked for an apology. Where was Reliable Sources then? I'm an independent/conservative that finds Reliable Sources basically fair and reliable in its reporting, however, I would like to see the panel they put together openely and honestly state their political stand ( democrat/republican) so that as a viewer I can weigh their perspective accordingly. If you are going to be regarded as a reliable source, you should not be hesitant to put forth your bias before expressing your comments.
      thank you.

      March 4, 2012 at 11:40 am | Reply
    • Luciuz

      Thanks for bringing your wsodim into the marketplace. So many dragons, requiring so much love and attention and alertness. And as we learn to dance with our dragons, no need to let them step on our toes! Take care.

      April 5, 2012 at 4:36 am | Reply

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