Topics and Guests for November 6

In a surprise move, the Federal Reserve on Wednesday cut interest rates by a larger-than-expected half point in a bid to ward off the chill settling over the U.S. economic recovery.

Smart move? We'll ask Gerri Willis, senior financial correspondent for Smart Money magazine, and Hilary Kramer, senior adviser for Montgomery Asset Management.

It was a big night for the Republican Party and for President Bush. Does the president's tax cut now have a good shot at becoming permanent? Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, and Jeff Faux, distinguished fellow at the Economic Policy Institute, join the debate.

And, are tax cuts the focus of the White House economic team after securing control on Congress on Tuesday? We'll ask White House OMB director Mitch Daniels.

With the shift in power in the Senate back to the Republicans, is Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., poised to take on an even more influential role?

Plus — How are Wall Street CEOs reacting to the shift in the political balance of power? We'll talk to Muriel Siebert, president and co-chair of Siebert and Co.

The war on drugs meets the war on terror: Three men face charges of scheming to use illicit drug money to finance the purchase of Stinger missiles for the Al Qaeda terror network.  Is this the tip of the iceberg? FOX News military analyst and former Green Beret Major Bob Bevelacqua weighs in.

The SEC's Harvey Pitt hands in his resignation on Election Day. We'll look at the fallout, and who will replace him with former SEC enforcement chief Ira Lee Sorkin.

And, we'll also talk to Aaron Buerge, star of ABC's The Bachelor II, about the show, the women and this ratings juggernaut.

We'll have those stories and more!

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