Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)

Can we expect the United Nations to follow up on their Iraqi inspections? We'll ask Leon Charney, former foreign policy adviser to President Carter, if it will come down to American muscle to get the job done?

And, we'll be joined by the fabulous Carmen Electra!

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

He's a champion of family values and conservative principles. And now with Republicans controlling Congress, Gary Bauer explains why he is ready to get down to business.

The Homeland Security bill is marked for a final vote in the Senate. Will it secure the nation? We'll ask Ollie North, former national security director and the host of War Stories.

Can Hans Blix, the Swedish diplomat who's heading the weapons inspection team in Iraq, be trusted to deliver the results? We'll be joined by FOX News contributor and New York Post columnist, John Podhoretz.

Relations between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia are from warm. Now our supposed ally suggests we stop obsessing over Iraq and focus on the Mideast conflict. Do they have a point? We'll take a fair and balanced look with Steve Malzberg, WABC radio host and Newsmax.com columnist, and Ali Al-Ahmed, executive director of the Saudi Institute.

Don't miss a moment with us!

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