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Topics and Guests for August 26:

9:10
Ward Weaver graduated from person of interest to full-blown suspect Sunday, after human remains found in a shed behind his former home were positively identified as one of two missing young Oregon girls
Chris Sullivan, KXL radio reporter
Dr. Cyril Wecht, forensic pathologist

9:20
Should the U..S attack Iraq? Does congress need to be consulted?
Sen. Mitch McConnell, (R-KY)

10:10
The Fort Bragg investigation: Anti-malaria drug as possible link to army spouse killings
Jeanne Lese, co-director of Lariam Action USA

10:20
Fighting Iraq in the streets
Michael Swetnam, co-author of Osama bin Laden, Al Qaida: Profile of a Terrorist Network

10:35
New book discusses the crisis, reform, and the future of the church
George Weigel, author of The Courage to be Catholic

11:10
Focusing on finding Saddam
Retired Major Bob Bevelacqua, U.S. Army, former Green Beret

12:15
Are terrorist using our ports to enter our country?
Channing Hayden, president of Steamship Association of Louisiana

1:10
Is NATO outdated? Is it time for the U.S. to go it alone?
Dr. Simon Serfaty, director of the Europe program at the Center for Strategic & International Studies
Dr. Nile Gardiner, international policy expert at the Heritage Foundation

1:35
Obesity in America: Overweight kids
Madeleine Nash, Time magazine contributor

2:03
U.S. objectives on attacking Iraq
Dennis Halliday, former head of the U.N. in Iraq
P.J. Crowley, spokesperson for National Sec. Council during Clinton administration

2:35
Murder suspect Robert Blake's show Baretta is going to be released on DVD
Stephen J. Cannel, creator of Baretta

 

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change