Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
The police have named the former roommate of missing basketball player Patrick Dennehy a “person of interest”. Now he has hired an attorney. What will Carlton Dotson have to do to clear his name? We’ll ask FOX senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
Is capturing Saddam the only way to stop ambushes on U.S. soldiers in Iraq? We’ll speak with Van Hipp, the former deputy assistant secretary of the Army. He is currently the chairman of American Defense International.
Looking to display your patriotic spirit this Fourth of July? Then we have the book for you! Fifty Ways to Stand Up for America will help you reveal your true red, white, and blue spirit. Starr Clay, one of the book’s authors, will join us from Lexington, Kentucky.
As far as founding fathers go, Ben Franklin was a diplomat, man of the people, and the scientist who flew a kite in a thunderstorm. But a new biography of his life tells a whole new story; one that few Americans have heard before. Former head of CNN, Walter Isaacson joins us to discuss his book, Benjamin Franklin - An American Life.
“Bring them on!” That’s President Bush’s tough message for militants in Iraq. Is that what the American people really want? Joining us now in studio is former congressman and current host of Heartland here on FOX, John Kasich.
The next presidential election is a year and a half away, but it’s never too early to crunch the numbers and see who has the early lead. We’ll discuss the matter with Larry Sebato, author of Midterm Madness and the director of the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics. He’s crunched some electoral numbers.
Our final guest is the “ring” leader for boxing’s big promotions. He’ll be with us to talk about his favorite holiday, Independence Day. That man is boxing promoter Don King.
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