Guests and Topics for April 12 & 13

Iraq's third largest city was in the hands of the allies Friday after an entire Iraqi army corps simply disappeared, leaving Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit as the last major holdout of his toppled regime.

Mosul, the main city in the north, fell without major resistance, but embedded reporters said there was still sporadic fighting going on.

What still needs to be done to secure the stability of Iraq? Retired U.S. Marine Corps. Col. John Caldwell, research fellow at the Center for Emerging Threats and Opportunities, weighs in.

Plus, what is the military's next move? We'll ask retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Tad Oelstrom, director of the National Security Program at Harvard University.

How much fighting is left for our troops in Iraq? Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney, FNC military analyst, joins the debate.

So far, there has been no hard evidence proving Iraq has any weapons of mass destruction. Will we ever find anything? Retired U.S. Army Brigadier General John Reppert, former defense weapons inspector, shares his perspective.

We'll look at the state of support for Operation Iraqi Freedom with syndicated radio show host, G. Gordon Liddy.

With Saddam Hussein's regime toppling, how should a new government be structured and how should Iraq be rebuilt? Esra naama, member of Women for a Free Iraq, examines the role to be played by women.

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