Are both sides of political aisle using Iraq for a political push?

Fox Sports Radio talk show host Chuck Booms and Democratic strategist Aubrey Lees, square off.

What's the best way to make sure Saddam Hussein doesn't get his hands on weapons of mass destruction? We'll ask Ambassador Joseph Wilson, acting U.S. ambassador to Iraq during the Gulf War.

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Why did Rep. Edward Schrock, R-Va., thank U.N. weapons inspectors for "scaring us to death"? We'll ask him what he learned during House Armed Services Committee hearings.

Does celebrity input belong on Capitol Hill? Washington Post columnist Lloyd Grove joins us from our D.C. bureau.

And, we'll look at Johnny Walker's long strange trip with Time magazine's executive editor Adi Ignatius.

Plus, how does your favorite flick rank among the greatest films of all time? We'll be joined by Nina and Tim Zagat.

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