About The Talk

Welcome to The Talk, where we watch the Sunday morning political talk shows, cut through the chatter and present you with a concise guide to what was said and why it mattered.

The high-profile guests and discussions on CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX and CNN often frame the Washington discussion during the following week. By highlighting the most important quotes and analyzing what politicians and talking heads say and don't say, laugh about and argue about, we hope to offer a quick way for you to get fluent in the week's Washington buzz.

In other words, if you can't spend your Sunday mornings watching the shows, you'll still be able to keep up with your colleagues and boss around the water cooler.

On Friday afternoons, we'll preview the guests and topics on the upcoming shows. And we hope you'll use the comments board below to offer your views on the talk.

For the good souls who enjoy the print version of The Washington Post on Monday mornings, Page A2 will now be called "Washington Monday" -- a print guide to the Sunday news shows as well as an insider's view of the week ahead in Washington.

As for me, my name is Zach Goldfarb, and I work on the national political staff of The Washington Post, where I research and write about American politics and government. I can be reached at goldfarbz AT washpost DOT com.

By washingtonpost.com Editors |  February 23, 2007; 9:19 AM ET
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What, no pre-publishing hyperlink check?

Posted by: Anonymous | February 26, 2007 1:38 PM

I wonder if some talk on sunday will cover the enemies we have in Iraq that we are fighting. Are we simply fighting because that is the best way to have our troops killed. What role, if any, we can play in a civil war.

Posted by: dv sikka | March 3, 2007 3:50 PM

Do i need to say anything more hahahahaha

Posted by: HYPOCRITES | March 4, 2007 6:20 PM

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