Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:

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

The U.S. says allies, not the United Nations, will conduct the weapons hunt inside Iraq. But should U.N. weapons inspectors get a second chance? FNC contributors Dr. Monica Crowley and Ellis Henican join the debate.

Celebrities love to speak out, until they get a backlash from the public. But do their opinions really carry weight with the public? FNC contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin weighs in.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

Almost two weeks after the fall of Baghdad, coalition forces are still hunting Saddam. Are we close to snatching the Iraqi leader, or are being led on a wild goose chase? Michael Battles, former CIA operations officer and co-founder of Custer-Battles risk management firm, weighs in.

We sank Saddam's regime with speed. What is taking so long about the war on terror? Dore Gold, former Israeli ambassador to the U.N. and author of Hatred's Kingdom, says victory lies in uncovering Saudi Arabia's connection to terrorists.

Plus, meet a man who says his life has been threatened by "anti-war pacifists" who have visited his Web site.

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