Topics and Guests for September 26

Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan received an honorary knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II, in recognition of his contribution to global economic stability.

Does Greenspan deserve such adulation? Or, does the honor merely contribute to the growing Greenspan myth? We'll debate the issue with Richard Salzman, president of Intermarket Forecasting, and Dr. Allan Meltzer, economist with Carnegie Mellon University.

Tony Snow, host of Fox News Sunday, reveals Fox News' latest opinion poll on how most Americans feel about the United States potentially attacking Iraq.

Plus, can President Bush count on the support of the Congress for action against Iraq? Former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Edward Perkins, weighs in.

Are things heating up in Martha Stewart's kitchen? Dennis Kneale, Forbes managing editor, and Liz Wiehl, former federal prosecutor, join the debate.

Are low interest rates a drag on the stock market? Todd Eberhard, president of Eberhard Investments; Dagen McDowell, Fox News contributor, and Scott Bleier, president of, explain.

Plus, do the nation's airlines deserve another government bailout? We'll weigh the pros and cons with Michael Conway, CEO of National Airways.

And, can Warren Buffet move markets? We'll look at the power wielded by The Oracle of Omaha with Chuck Hill, research director at First Call, and Andy Kilpatrick, author of Of Permanent Value: The Story of Warren Buffett.

We'll have those stories and more!

About Your World...

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