The media’s got a fee-vah and the only prescription is more gun control. No wonder, then, that the star guests on this week’s Sunday shows are students from Stoneman Douglas High to chat about yesterday’s march in Washington. Pro-gun student Kyle Kashuv is among them: He’ll be one of several students to appear on “Face the Nation.” Cameron Kasky, a lead organizer of the march, will join several others on “Fox News Sunday,” meanwhile. He’s the one who introduced himself to Marco Rubio at the CNN town hall last month by remarking that when he looked at Rubio he saw the Parkland shooter staring back behind an AR-15. Expect a productive exchange of views.

You would think John Bolton or some other White House natsec specialist would be booked to discuss Bolton’s new job as National Security Advisor, but as I write this the only Trump official set to appear today is Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin. He’ll also be on “Fox News Sunday” to explain how the new omnibus spending bill isn’t the pile of flaming garbage the entire grassroots right says it is.

If none of that grabs you, Corey Lewandowski will drop by “Meet the Press” to remind viewers that everything Trump is doing is great and, to the extent it isn’t, it’s someone else’s fault. For some, Sunday morning news interviews are job interviews. The full line-up is at the AP.