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The U.S. is trying to get the United Nations to lift sanctions against Iraq. But will the "axis of weasel" stand in our way? We’ll get the Long and Short of it from FOX News contributors Jim Pinkerton and Ellen Ratner .
Plus, how could lifting U.N. sanctions against Iraq impact your vacation plans? Hilary Kramer, FOX Business News contributor and a regular on Cashin’ In , weighs in.
Did Secretary of State Colin Powell send a message home to the Syrians in his last visit to Damascus? Richard Wolffe senior diplomatic correspondent from Newsweek magazine, joins the debate.
Could those responsible for uncovering Saddam Hussein's secret weapons be more concerned with finding glory, than finding the so-called smoking gun? We’ll ask Bill Tierney, former weapons inspector.
The State Department says there is credible information that Al Qaeda may be planning new attacks on the U.S. Are we safe at home? Evan Kohlmann, senior terrorism analyst with The Investigative Project, offers insight.
The fate of the Saddam remains a mystery. Are we any closer to finding him? Former CIA officer Mike Battles weighs in.
Plus, France has been accused of providing passports to fleeing Iraqi officials. If proven true, could the French have helped Saddam and his henchmen escape from Iraq? We’ll ask James Hirsen , columnist for Newsmax.com.
We’ll hear from:
• Paul Butler, attorney
• Cliff May, president for the Defense for Democracies
• Scott Segal , Democratic strategist
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