Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Sam Waksal (search) will be spending some time in the big house as the founder of ImClone Systems is sentenced to seven years and three months in the slammer. How will his punishment affect Martha's case? We’ll get a read from FOX News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.
We’ll examine the choices facing today's elite businesswomen with Danielle Crittenden, author of Amanda Bright at Home.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Were some CIA analysts bullied into manipulating evidence on Iraq's weapons mass destruction? Peter Brookes, former CIA officer and senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation, weighs in.
Barbra Streisand loves clean air and water. So why is she polluting our courts by suing a fellow environmentalist over his latest project? FOX News contributor and syndicated columnist, Michelle Malkin, joins the debate.
The president says declaring war on Saddam based on the evidence they had was the right decision. But with no weapons found yet, does America agree? We’ll ask Bill Kristol, managing editor of The Weekly Standard and FOX News contributor.
Plus, we’ll get the scoop on Time magazine’s exclusive scoop on former first lady Hillary Clinton with senior correspondent Michael Weisskopf.
And, have you had it with the hoopla over Hillary? Carl Limbacher, columnist for Newsmax.com, explains what you can do about it.
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