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Can President Bush focus on the war on terror while trying to revive our economy? We’ll get the Long and the Short of it from FOX News contributors Jim Pinkerton and Ellen Ratner.
Plus, will the end of the combat phase in Iraq mean investors will have a boost of confidence in the market? Dagen McDowell, FOX Business News contributor, weighs in.
Combat may be over, but two major questions still remain: where is Saddam, and where are his weapons of mass destruction? Former CIA operations officer Mike Baker, CEO of Diligence, joins the debate.
The Dixie Chicks let their music speak for itself as they're returned to a U.S. concert stage for the first time. But is all forgiven after the band's lead singer made a controversial comment about President Bush? We’ll ask Phil Valentine, talk radio host at WLAC in Nashville.
U.S. intelligence reports indicate that Al Qaeda was in the late stages of planning an aerial suicide attack on the U.S. consulate in Karachi, Pakistan. Does this mean Al Qaeda has re-grouped and may be plotting more attacks? Harvey Kushner, author of The Encyclopedia of Terrorism, weighs in.
What lies ahead for our troops in Iraq? Retired U.S. Marine Corps. Ed Badolato has the details.
Mark Geragos is now defending Scott Peterson in the murder of his wife, Laci, and their unborn son. What's this prominent lawyer's strategy? Attorney Bruce Baron of Baron Associates joins the debate.
The U.S. plans to downsize our military force in Iraq. Can we afford to do so, or are we being overly ambitious? We'll ask Van Hipp, former deputy assistant secretary of the Army.
Plus, now that our troops are being pulled from Saudi Arabia, what does the future hold? Ariel Cohen, research fellow from the Heritage Foundation, weighs in.
And, President Bush says Tariq Aziz doesn't know how to tell the truth when it comes to the whereabouts of Saddam Hussein and his weapons of mass destruction. What's in store for the regime Saddam left behind? Con Coughlin, author of Saddam: King of Terror, joins the debate.
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