As kids head back to school, the National Education Association has a lesson plan in place to help teachers remember Sept. 11.
But does the plan put too much blame for the attacks on America? William Lind, director of Cultural Conservatism, and Ibrahim Hooper, communications director for the Council of Islamic-American Relations, join the debate.
Is Saddam Hussein trying to acquire weapons of mass destruction? Sen. James Inhofe, R-Okla., weighs in.
Plus, has the Bush administration made the case for an attack on Iraq? Daedre Levine, Democratic strategist, and Armstrong Williams, syndicated radio talk show host, square off.
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