Topics and Guests for August 23

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Topics and Guests for August 22:

We will talk to the man that outed a possible terrorist
Bill O'Reilly, host of the O'Reilly Factor

USF professor posed to be fired for terrorist ties
Ken Padowitz, former prosecutor
Khalid Turaani, American Muslims for Jerusalem

Tomorrow marks 10 years since Hurricane Andrew
Ed Pollak, Hurricane Andrew survivor

Checkbook journalism?
Stephen Battaglio, Daily News
Robert Lichter Fox News media analyst

Fort Bragg murders: What went wrong?
Archie Watson, daughter was killed by Sgt. William Wright

9-11 widow talks about new book and how she's doing
Lisa Beamer, widow of Flight 93 hero Todd Beamer and author of Let's Roll: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Courage

This week in media
Cal Thomas, Fox News Watch

Since 9/11an exercising Bush finds himself on war footing
Bob Wischnia, deputy editor of Runner's World

USF wants to fire suspect professor with terrorist links
Robert Mckee, attorney for Sami Al-Arian
David Horowitz, The Center for Popular Culture CEO & president

Frank Gaffney, former deputy assistant secretary of defense

Lance Bass’ deadline to travel to space
Captain James Lovell, mission commander of Apollo 13

Tomorrow marks 10 years since Hurricane Andrew
Helene Diner, Hurricane Andrew survivor

Opie and Anthony are over and out. The New York-based shock jocks, criticized by Catholic groups for broadcasting a live account of a couple allegedly having sex in St. Patrick's Cathedral, had their nationally syndicated show canceled Thursday. Should WNEW be completely responsible for their actions?
John Ziegler, radio talk show host, WHAS in Louisville, Kentucky
Robert Peters, president for Morality in Media

People magazine exclusive on Michael Jackson’s son and Britney Spears interview
Todd Gold, People magazine


Chicago mom gives birth at Starbucks
Lisabeth Rohlck, mom

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change