Is U.S. war chief Gen. Tommy Franks, the architect of Operation Iraqi Freedom, a war criminal (search)?
Belgian human rights lawyer Jan Fermon defends his controversial legal battle plan. Plus, will Belgium bend under increasing pressure U.S. pressure and block this suit? We’ll ask Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif.
Thursday night will mark the first time a president of the United States has delivered a speech aboard a moving aircraft carrier. We’ll take a look at the President Bush’s unique backdrop as he prepares to address the nation and declare major combat operations in Iraq over with Doug Brinkley, presidential historian with the University of New Orleans; Susan Estrich, former national campaign manager for presidential candidate Michael Dukakis, and Harry Benson, renowned photographer and author of The President and Mrs. Reagan: An American Love Story.
The battle over the president’s tax cut plan is heating up. Will he get all that he asked for, or is a compromise in the works? We’ll talk to Rep. Deborah Pryce, R-Ohio, chairperson of the House Republican Conference.
We’ll take the market’s temperature with Dagen McDowell, FOX Business News analyst, and Vince Farrell, chairman of Victory Capital Management.
Plus, does politics have a place in your icebox? We’ll be joined by Richard Lessner, co-founder of Star Spangled Ice Cream.
And, now that the war is over, should the U.S. expect a little gratitude from liberated Iraq? Antony Beevor, author of The Fall of Berlin 1945, weighs in.
All that, tonight on Your World with Cavuto
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