Guests and Topics for October 4

Congress is getting closer to passing a resolution giving President Bush power to take action against Iraq. But not everyone's on board, including Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle.

Will Bush ever get the senator's support? Political strategists Cheri Jacobus and Pat Schaefer square off.

Rep. Edward Schrock, R-Va., talked to U.N. weapons inspectors about Iraq and what he's heard "scares him to death." How bad is it? We'll ask him.

With Saddam in our crosshairs, military brass need a rock solid plan of action and the troops to carry out it.  How will the Iraqi military react? We'll be joined by former Navy SEAL Marty Strong.

We'll get a preview of this weekend's edition of FOX News Sunday with host Tony Snow.

Martha Stewart's empire is wilting as she resigns from the New York Stock Exchange. Is the domestic diva just a hemline's length from jail? Cashin' In's Hilary Kramer, senior adviser for  Montgomery Asset Management, weighs in.

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