Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on...And President Bush unveils a major homeland security program, including the creation of a new anti-terrorism intelligence agency. The program will draw from eight agencies and could become the the biggest government restructuring since the Truman administration!

We'll hear what the president has to say and then we'll turn to Homeland Security Director Tom Ridge for a closer look at the program.

After Director Ridge's interview we'll have reaction to the president's announcement from two intelligence experts: Larry Johnson, former Deputy Director of the State Department Office of Counterterrorism  and former Army Col. David Hunt.

Then, we'll switch gears to bring you a story about the nation's schools. It's exam time around the country but wait till you see how the test questions are being phrased—It's yet another example of political correctness run wild.

Also, on the education front, is a powerful union forcing teachers to support gay rights and abortion? We'll talk to one school worker who has filed a complaint.

Plus, there's a major reorganization underway at the American Red Cross. It's a story The Factor has been following since the 9/11 attacks. But is it too little, too late? We'll talk with Iowa Republican Senator Charles Grassley who has been calling for greater federal oversight into the charity.

Finally, on a very down day for the stock market, we'll hear from those crazy Wall Street experts, "The Motley Fool."  They'll tell you the ten steps you can take to stay "up" in a down market. ... Is this good timing or what?!

Don't miss a minute of The Factor! See you in the No Spin Zone tonight at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET!

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