Topics and Guests for August 26

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Topics and Guests for August 26:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Is NATO outdated?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

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

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

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