Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on... Another salvo is being fired in the war over the Pledge of Allegiance. Now the mother of the little girl who was named in the case has asked a court to keep the words "under God" in the pledge.

On Monday, the girl's mother, Sandra Banning, filed a court motion seeking to intervene in the case. If the court will not allow that, she asks that references to her daughter be taken off the lawsuit.  She has sole custody of her daughter, says she's being raised in a Christian home and has no problem saying the words "under God."

This evening, Michael Newdow, the man who successfully brought the case to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals responds to this latest legal twist in the case.

Plus, why won't the Germans come to our aid if we invade Iraq? We'll tell about it what the German Chancellor is saying about the situation.

Then, more trouble for domestic diva Martha Stewart... One of the people involved in her insider trading mess is spilling the beans... and it's not a "good thing."  Wait till you hear the latest!

Also, why was there a whole lot of same-sex smooching going on at New York's Madison Square Garden last week?

Finally, as we told you earlier this year on The Factor... All incoming freshman at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill have told to read the book Approaching the Qur'an: The Early Revelations before they arrive on campus. Now three students are suing the university over the mandatory assignment. They say it "will have the effect of endorsing, advancing and indoctrinating students in the religion of Islam." We'll have a follow-up for you.

 

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