Here's what is on tap for Friday:

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

During the Cold War the Pentagon made sure they could fight wars on two fronts. But if war breaks out in Iraq, could our military handle another battle some where else? We'll ask Mac Owen, professor at the Naval War College and National Review contributing editor.

Thinking about spicing up your Super Bowl weekend? We'll get a salsa preview with Andrew Dicataldo, executive chef of the Patria Restaurant in New York.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

The Hart-Rudman Commission report predicted a catastrophic terror attack on the U.S. nine months before Sept. 11. Are we any safer today from another terror hit? We'll ask co-author of that report, former Colorado senator and former presidential candidate, Gary Hart.

France and Germany -- key U.S. allies -- are resisting the use of military force in Iraq. Despite these nay-sayers, the Bush administration says they're not worried about going at it alone. Why? We'll ask Bob Bevelacqua, former Green Beret and FOX military analyst.

War worries are weighing heavily on Wall Street. If fears of war with Iraq persist, what can we expect from the market? We'll ask Jonathen Hoenig, a regular on Cashin' In and portfolio manager for Capitalist Pig Asset Management.

The Super Bowl means super big ads with super big prices. We'll get a sneak peek at what we'll see with USA Today reporter Michael McCarthy.

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