You must watch Meet the Press this weekend.
Why? Forget the interview of candidates for Illinois' senate seat. Here's the real reason (in bold):
With new jobless numbers showing unemployment still at 9.6% and with less than one month before the mid-term elections, all eyes are on Washington and the stakes for November 2nd and beyond. Can Democrats manage to make this election closer than most expect? What are voters most concerned about? Two long-time political journalists weigh in: Joe Klein, a columnist for Time Magazine who wrote this week's cover story: "An American Journey: 6,782 miles, 12 states, 24 days, 576 songs. One road trip reveals the issues people are talking about - but politicians aren't" and Peggy Noonan, columnist for The Wall Street Journal who has written a new preface for the 20th Anniversary edition of her bestselling book: "What I Saw at the Revolution".
A new preface! What better reason to be booked on a national political-issues program?