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Topics and Guests for September 13:
Reacting to Bush’s speech to UN and Iraq
Sen. Judd Gregg, (R-NH)
Thomas Kinkade is the painter selected to be the official artist for Let Freedom Run.
People from around the world are going to participate in Let Freedom Run, a one-time-only race tomorrow in NY to honor the victims of 9/11.
Thomas Kinkade, painter of light creating the official poster for the race
Where is bin Laden and other senior leadership Al Qaeda leaderships?
Michael Swetnam, former CIA officer
The Arab response: The Arab world reacts to Bush's plan for Iraq. We'll speak to the editor of a prominent Pan-Arab newspaper who is currently in the Persian Gulf.
Abdel Bari Atwan, editor of Al-Quds Al-Arabi
American Muslims: The new generation
Asma Hasan, author
This week in the media.
Eric Burns, host of Fox News Watch
Battle in Iraq: Is the UN with us?
Amb. Robert Hunter, former US ambassador to NATO
Miss North Carolina beauty pageant controversy: And the winner is ... Misty Clymer, who was chosen Thursday to represent North Carolina at the Miss America Pageant over a woman who gave up the state crown over topless photos taken by a boyfriend.
Janet Ward Black, attorney for Misty Clymer
Can Bush convince the UN that we need to attack Iraq?
Lee Wolosky, former NSC official under Clinton and Bush
Hussein Ibish, American Arab anti-discrimination committee
Reaction to President Bush's speech at the UN. Has the president made a strong enough case to go to war with Iraq?
Sen. George Allen, (R-VA)
Death to America: America's war on terrorism did not begin in September 2001, it began in November 1979. That was shortly after Ayatollah Khomeini seized power in Iran.
Daniel Pipes, director of the Middle East forum
"Hell on Wheels"
More on the biker feature story that is in the September 2002 issue of Maxim
Albert Baime senior editor of Maxim
Iraq's member of opposition speaks out about President Bush's address to the UN and the idea of war against Saddam.
Nijyar Shemdin, representative of Kurdistan regional government
Bada-Bing Bada Bang!
The Sopranos premieres Sunday night at 9pm
Cynthia Sanz, senior editor of People magazine
NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change