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Topics and Guests for January 27:

9:35
Bioterrorism: What is the biggest bio-threat to the U.S.
Col. Randall Larsen, the Anser Institute

9:48
What do cat-wrangling cowboys, gerbils fired out of a cannon, and a nerd named Herb have in common? They were all stars of multimillion-dollar Super Bowl commercials -- and chances are you can't remember what they were advertising. Looking at this year’s Super Bowl commercials.
Theresa Howard, advertising/marketing reporter

10:10
The fate of Iraq, and possibly the entire Middle East, hung in the balance Monday morning as the Security Council awaited the latest progress report by U.N. weapons inspectors.
U.N. officials told reporters that Hans Blix and Mohamed ElBaradei, the heads of the inspection teams, would be tough on Iraq's compliance over the past two months, but would not be able to confirm the Bush administration's claims that Saddam Hussein is rebuilding his weapons of mass destruction.
Retired Brig. Gen. John Reppert, U.S Army

10:20
Target Iraq: Opposing Saddam
What the Iraqi opposition is hoping to hear from U.N. weapons inspectors.
Entifadh Qanbar, Washington director of Iraqi national congress

11:10
Reaction to the Hans Blix report.

 

Bill Kristol editor of The Weekly Standard

11:35
Target Iraq: European hypocrisy
Protesters in Europe accuse the U.S. of being war mongers, many saying Bush is going to war for oil. Their governments have said they see no need for war with Iraq. But the truth is France, Germany, and Russia have a very profitable relationship with Saddam Hussein. Michael Ledeen, resident scholar of the American Enterprise Institute

1:10
Post reaction to the Hans Blix report…
Ambassador Marc Ginsberg,   former ambassador to Morocco

2:35
Air of supremacy: When we go to war with Iraq, reports suggest that the U.S. will unleash the largest air war in history.
Retured Col. Jeffrey O'Leary, USAF

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change