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Should we feel comfortable putting the future of the United States in the hands of the United Nations? Just today a deadly bombing in the Philippines today leaves 20 dead, including one American, and more than 100 people injured. Is the world underestimating the evil of terrorism? Will many many countries will simply never come to grips with the terrible threat posed by worldwide terrorism? Are today's terrorists more dangerous than the Nazis? We'll have a debate when The Nation's David Corn joins us.
Plus, our FOX News Foreign Affairs Analyst Mansoor Ijaz will tell us what he's uncovered about the interrogation of Al Qaeda kingpin Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
Also, one of four men in New York State who has been charged with using a charity to funnel millions of dollars to Saddam Hussein's Iraq has been released on bail and is already back at work. The man in question is a math professor at state university. Should this man be back in the classroom?! We'll talk with the professor's attorney, Steven Williams.
And later, charges that an FBI agent of Arab descent refused to wear a wire while investigating alleged terror suspect, former University of South Florida professor Sami Al-Arian. Say what? We'll get the details when we talk with FBI Counterterrorism Agent Robert Wright and former Federal prosecutor Mark Flessner.
Then, just when you thought the accusations about singer Michael Jackson couldn't get any weirder... Wait till you hear this stuff! Writer Maureen Orth reveals, in this month's Vanity Fair magazine, that the King of Pop wears a prosthesis that serves as the tip of his nose and even arranged for a voodoo curse to be put on Hollywood director Steven Spielberg and Dreamwork's studio's David Geffen. But the most damaging information in this month's article concerns the real reason why Jackson was never prosecuted for sexual abuse of 13-year-old Jordie Chandler. It's an exclusive interview and you'll only see it this evening on The O'Reilly Factor.
Finally, more consternation over the Pledge of Allegiance in California. Will school kids have to stop pledging their allegiance to the flag next Monday? It could happen. We'll hear from Supreme Court scholar Todd Gaziano who works for the Heritage Foundation and Donald Wildmon, the chairman of the American Family Association, who is circulating a petition against the Ninth Circuit's pledge decision.
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