Topics and Guests for April 29

President Bush has a roadmap for peace in the Middle East. But can it overcome the roadblocks of terrorism and religious turmoil?

We’ll ask former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Saeb Erekat, Palestinian negotiator.

In Washington it’s never too early to think about reelection. We’ll ask FOX News political analyst Dick Morris what President Bush needs to do as he builds toward 2004.

President Bush won the war in Iraq. But could he lose the tax war over here? We’ll get insight from former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, FOX News contributor.

U.S. troops are on the move in Europe and the Middle East. Is this simply troop redeployment (search), or retribution to those countries that did not support the U.S.-led war in Iraq? We’ll ask retired U.S. Navy Capt. Chuck Nash, FOX News contributor.

Sen. Hilary Clinton’s, D-N.Y., new book Living History is set to hit store shelves June 9. But is a first run printing of 1 million copies overly ambitious? We’ll ask Steve Zeitchick, news editor at Publishers Weekly.

Plus, we’ll talk earnings and expectations with Terry McGraw, CEO of McGraw Hill.

And, we’ll get a read on the markets from Mario Gabelli, chairman and CEO of Gabelli Asset Management; Donald Straszheim, president of Straszheim Global Advisors, and Larry Kramer, founder and chairman of

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