Well, when looking at the most frequent guests on these shows in 2013, it is apparent that the opinions that were most valued by these shows were from older, white, male Republicans.
With Meet The Press pulling historically low ratings, reports are surfacing that NBC News is considering dumping host David Gregory and changing the format of the Sunday staple.
It seems that the National Review's Ramesh Ponnuru felt that it had been too long since a conservative had made the idiotic comparison between the Affordable Care Act and the Iraq War.
David Gregory took Meet The Press to an even lower low by ignoring all reality about the ACA website and shilling for a delay in the individual mandate.
Democratic House Leader Nancy Pelosi destroyed David Gregory and his Affordable Care Act lies on Meet The Press with a display of facts, truth, and no apologies.
On Meet The Press, Sen. Ted Cruz stated that his alternative to the ACA is that uninsured people should get a job, but 60% of the uninsured already have jobs.
Things have gotten so bad for Ted Cruz that even David Gregory destroyed him on Meet The Press. Gregory painted Cruz as a total failure, and told the Senator, 'You haven't moved anyone.'
PBS host Tavis Smiley embarrassed himself by criticizing the president's Trayvon Martin remarks for the singular purpose of bashing Barack Obama.
Mitch McConnell abandoned his tough talk on Meet The Press, and went into full suck up mode. He called Harry Reid a good man, and a good majority leader while begging for no nuclear option.
Governor Perry seems to think that bullying women is a political winner for him, but if he watched Meet The Press, he found out that Senator Wendy Davis isn't an easy target.
In a moment that has been years in the making, Jim DeMint was absolutely destroyed by Rachel Maddow for trying to spread his hate filled anti-same sex marriage propaganda.
Darrell Issa made a fool of himself as he tried to defend his Benghazi conspiracy. David Gregory pushed back hard, even bringing up the GOP's defundig of security.
After Republican Peter King called for Muslims to be religiously profiled, Rep. Keith Ellison shredded King's claim that Muslims are the source of the terror threat against America.
Even as support for same sex marriage reaches a record high, Meet The Press, Face The Nation, and CNN's State Of The Union all gave air time to right wing gay bigots.
The mainstream finally stepped up today,and on separate Sunday shows, challenged the lies and talking points of Republicans Paul Ryan and John McCain.
John McCain peddled his Benghazi cover up conspiracy theory on Meet The Press, but cracked up when old friend David Gregory no longer stood confidently on the rickety timber of his bitterness.
Eric Cantor lied when he claimed that Obama doesn't care about the debt on Meet The Press. He also forgot his own votes for wars and programs that increased the debt by $3.4 trillion under Bush.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) fell in line with the Republicans' sequester strategy by playing the blame game, saying that President Obama proposed the sequester in the first place.
Paul Ryan (R-WI) spent an entire clip impugning President Obama's motives and then wrapped it up by lecturing that we can't move forward by impugning people's motives.
President Obama called out the called out the the Republicans as deficit reduction frauds, and turned the fiscal cliff into permanent political damage for the right on Meet The Press.