Meet The Press: Preempted for Formula One Auto Racing.Evening lineup:
Face The Nation: Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT); Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL); Sen. John Thune (R-SD); Conservative Hero Dr. Ben Carson; VA Inquiry Roundtable: Dana Priest (Washington Post), David Finkel (Washington Post) and Author Tom Manion; NFL Lawsuit Roundtable: Plaintiff's Attorney Steve Silverman, Jarrett Bell (USA Today) and Sean Gregory (TIME).
This Week: Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey; Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman (R); Paul Rieckhoff (Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of America); Roundtable: Republican Strategist Matthew Dowd, Republican Strategist Ana Navarro, Former White House Senior Adviser David Plouffe and Republican Pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson.
Fox News Sunday: Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH); Derek Bennett (Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of America); VA Hospital Whistleblower Dr. Margaret Moxness; Roundtable: George Will (Washington Post), Kirsten Powers (USA Today), Kimberley Strassel (Wall Street Journal) and Charles Lane (Washington Post).
State of the Union: Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R); Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT); Rep. Jeff Miller (R-FL); Filmmaker Wes Moore; Roundtable: Democratic Strategist Penny Lee, Corey Dade (The Root) and Republican Strategist Alex Castellanos.
60 Minutes will feature: a report on new therapies to help the thousands of veterans suffering from PTSD (preview); a report on the scientific realization that the differences between the sexes are dangerously understudied (preview); and, an interview with actor Liam Neeson (preview).
On Comedy Central...
Jon Stewart exposed Senate Republicans' hypocrisy concerning the VA.
And Stephen Colbert offered the GOP advice on how to deal with Hillary Clinton.
Kentucky's Creation Museum prepared to unveil a dinosaur skeleton that proves the Bible is true.
"While evolutionists use dinosaurs more than anything to promote their worldview, especially to young students, our museum uses dinosaurs to help tell the account of history according to the Bible," Ken Ham, president and founder of the Creation Museum and its parent organization, Answers in Genesis, said in a statement. "This remarkable allosaur is a great addition to our dinosaur exhibits. It's been a pleasure to work with the Peroutka Foundation, which wants to use this great fossil in a God-honoring way." [...]
The museum acquired the skeleton, which has been named Ebenezer, from the Elizabeth Streb Peroutka Foundation. Michael Peroutka, one of the board members of the foundation, "says that this fossil is a testimony to the creative power of God and also lends evidence to the truth of a worldwide catastrophic flooding of the earth about 4,500 years ago as described in the Bible," according to the Museum.
A Christian college's decision to officially embrace the historicity of Adam & Eve isn't flying with many of the school's faculty and students.
The evolution-creationism debate has returned to Dayton, Tennessee—the site of the Scopes Monkey Trial. Except this time, the venue is not a courtroom but a Christian college, where faculty members have resigned and students have mounted protests. The issue? Whether Adam and Eve were the progenitors of humanity. [...]
For decades, Bryan College (yes, named for William Jennings Bryan), managed to avoid confronting this issue—that is, until the school's board of trustees decided to change the institution's statement of faith. [...]
In the ensuing weeks, the conflict has escalated, with the majority of faculty members (30-2) voting "no confidence" in the college president. Stephen F. Barnett, a professor of natural sciences, and Steve DeGeorge, a professor of education, refused to sign the revised statement, so their contracts were not renewed. (President Livesay prefers to say that the professors "rejected" the college's offer of employment.) Seven other faculty members have declared that they will not return next year. Overall, Bryan College is losing about 25% of its faculty.
And, in tangentially-related news...
Former Rep. Allen West (R-FL) recounted a religious experience he had on an airplane.
Today as I returned from Detroit, I had a moment that I truly felt was God sent, as I don't believe in coincidences. It happened on one of my flights, and it was two hours I will never forget.
I was seated beside someone who personally knew one of the men who was there on the roof in Benghazi. This person was excited to share with me the "ground truth" of what happened September 11, 2012.
God works in mysterious ways.