Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Will any of Saddam's captured regime members give up the goods on the fallen dictator's whereabouts? We’ll ask Long Island University Prof. Harvey Kushner, author of The Encyclopedia of Terrorism.
Eight of Central Command's 55 “most wanted” list are in coalition custody. Should they be tried in a military tribunal, or in an Iraqi court, under a new Iraqi government? FNC senior judicial analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano, weighs in.
As Scott Peterson sits in a jail cell, is the National Organization for Women dismissing his dead wife's unborn child? We’ll ask Tammy Bruce, author of The Death of Right and Wrong, and a columnist with NewsMax.com and FrontPagemag.com.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Now that the war's winding down, President Bush sets his sites on improving the economy here at home. We’ll find out what the president’s economic plan of action is from Secretary of Commerce Don Evans.
A lightening fast war. Limited American casualties. Yet some celebrities are still bashing Bush. What will it take to hush Hollywood? We’ll ask syndicated radio talk host, Mike Gallagher.
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