Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on... from Ground Zero.
At the top of our broadcast from Ground Zero, we'll talk with former Army Col. David Hunt, currently one of our Fox News military analysts, about the progress in the War on Terror, almost exactly a year after the September 11 terror attacks. Have we accomplished our mission in Afghanistan? Should we call off the hunt for Usama bin Laden in the region? How successful have we been in our fight against members of Al Qaeda? Are we winning the War on Terror?
Then, why are Dan Rather, Peter Jennings and Tom Brokaw stacking the deck against the ouster of Saddam Hussein? We'll tell you about the results of a shocking new study.
Also, one of the most outspoken opponents of removing Saddam is California Democrat and House Minority Whip Nancy Pelosi. The Congresswoman will join us to discuss the Bush administration's plans for Iraq. Will the Democrats in Congress eventually rally behind the president? Or will they go their own way?
Plus, in other news, the House Energy and Commerce Committee is urging the Justice Department to investigate whether Martha Stewart made false statements during the panel's insider trading probe. Louisiana Congressman Billy Tauzin, who chairs the committee, said information it has obtained casts doubt on Stewart's version of events and he urged the Justice Department to determine whether she violated the law.
But did our lawmakers back down from Ms. Stewart today? We'll ask Dennis Kneale the Managing Editor of Forbes magazine.
Later, Is Britney Spears a poor role model? And should Pepsi- Cola dump her as a spokesperson?
And, should Muslims from overseas be allowed to get visas to come to the United States? Some commentators are very angry that our government has been slowing down the visa process for Muslim men.
Finally, we'll speak with Manu Dhingra, a securities trader who was burned over 40 percent of his body yet managed to survive the attacks on the World Trade Center. How did cope with life during the past year? And what are his plans for the future?
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