Critical Conversations and Graceland bring this week’s headlines to Communities Digital News and the CommDigiNews Hours. Critical Conversations at 6:30 p.m. with host Lisa Ruth and CDN senior political editor Jim Picht will be talking about the latest Supreme Court rulings and ObamaCare, ongoing talks on Iran and nuclear war, net neutrality, wrap up CPAC and the results of the straw poll that had Scott Walker (R-Wi) coming in just behind Rand Paul (R-KY), the first participant since Ronald Reagan to win three consecutive CPAC straw polls.
Also being talked about this week are upcoming entertainment offerings with Entertainment Editor Terry Ponick and media and boxing expert Gayle Falkenthal, including ‘The Walking Dead” and the cries over whether beloved character Daryl Dixon will be killed off by the end of the season. No way, according to our CommDigiNews Poll.
We also have “Dancing With The Stars” returning this March and the upcoming Pacquiao vs Mayweather boxing match.
At 7:30 p.m. Graceland with Jennifer Meadows and Curtice Mang will continue talking about Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech before the joint session of Congress. The duo will also be talking about Google and its new web site ranking for searches in which Google decides which search result is “factually correct” and gives it a higher ranking.
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