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If you didn’t watch Mother Jones’ D.C. Bureau Chief David Corn duke it out with Ed Schultz on MSNBC’s The Ed Show yesterday, be sure to catch him on ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday.

He’ll be appearing with other powerhouse panelists Bob Woodward, Gwen Ifill, George Will, and David Brooks. Topics include: the Justice Department’s Guantanamo decision, Sarah Palin’s new book, and the latest on the Fort Hood shooting. (And who knows, maybe Lou Dobbs’ name might even come up.) Hillary Clinton and Rudy Giuliani will also be appearing. Should be an interesting conversation.

This Week airs at 10 a.m. Eastern, 9 Central, 7 Pacific. Sleepy West Coasters in need a few extra hours of shut-eye can also catch the show when it’s posted online.

For more updates on David Corn’s TV appearances, follow @DavidCornDC on Twitter. Happy weekend, MoJo readers!


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