Here is what's on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Mike Farrell and Anjelica Huston release a letter signed by a hundred celebrities who want President Bush to stop his war rhetoric toward Iraq. Are we being tricked into supporting an attack on Iraq? We'll get a fair and balanced look with FOX News contributors Ellis Henican and Dr. Monica Crowley.
Giant slugger for the New York Yankees Jason Giambi shows us his gentle side as he teams up with The Muppets for a good cause.
It will take time to verify the whole of Saddam's weapons report. But are we missing the bigger picture when it comes to Iraq? We'll ask James Robbins, contributing editor at National Review Online.
Fox & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
They were the last Americans to walk on the moon. Now astronauts Gene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt join us to tell us about their mission aboard Apollo 17.
The dictator's dossier revealing a dirty arsenal of terror. Saddam says everything's been destroyed. Will weapons inspectors prove him wrong? We'll ask former U.N. weapons inspector Chris Cobb-Smith.
Are peace-seeking celebrities blinded by the lights in Hollywood, or are they just displaying their patriotism? Syndicated columnist Armstrong Williams.
It is full speed ahead for U.N. inspectors in Iraq, but still no evidence of Saddam's supposed arsenal. Is the mission are already plagued with problems? We'll ask Time magazine staff writer Romesh Ratnesar.
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