Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Will Condoleeza Rice's visit to the Middle East (search) make any difference in the peace process? We’ll get insight from Max Abrahms, fellow at Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Was it a wild goose chase, or justified assault? A recent attack on an Iraqi convey near the Syrian border didn't bring us any closer to Saddam Hussein, or did it? We’ll ask Christopher Dickey, Mideast regional editor for Newsweek.
President Bush is putting some heavy political weight behind the Mideast peace process. But is he risking his political clout if the road map unravels? We’ll be joined by former Clinton adviser Dick Morris, FOX News political analyst and author of Off with Their Heads.
Plus, Rita Katz, author of Terrorist Hunter, spent years undercover exposing terrorists and their supporters. She now feels comfortable showing her face to tell her story.
Will Operation Sidewinder (search), a new offensive launched by the U.S. military to root out Saddam loyalists in Iraq, put a stop to attacks on our troops? Rep. Phil Gingrey, R-Ga., member of the Armed Services Committee, joins the debate.
Plus, a new report by the Council on Foreign Relations says we're not doing enough to prepare for another deadly terrorist attack. Are we safe at home? We’ll ask Jamie Metzl, senior fellow and coordinator for the Homeland Security Programs at the Council on Foreign Relations.
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