I love the weekend CBS show Sunday Morning hosted by Charles Osgood. I was introduced to it by my Grandfather, and now my boyfriend and I watch it every week we can. It's got the Wynton Marsalis-recorded trumpet theme, those great sun illustrations between segments, Mr. Osgood's trademark bow tie -- I'm a sucker for all of it.
That said, I'm generally not a fan of commentary segments, and Sunday Morning is plagued by one particular contributor who reminds me that I really should be spending the next five minutes scraping dried tomato sauce out of the microwave, unclogging the bathroom sink or scooping the litter box with my bare hands -- ANYTHING to avoid sitting through the words and alleged wisdoms of CBS' Nancy Giles.
Conveniently enough, Ms. Giles just did a segment on the Supreme Court gun rights ruling. I think I speak for all of us (you'll see what I mean when you hear her comments) when I say: Game on, Ms. Giles, game on.
You can read her commentary here. Just don't have any potential bludgeoning devices around when you do -- it's not your computer's fault that such ignorance exists at the national network level. In the interest of warning you what you're getting yourself into, here's a particularly charming passage: