As Americans look forward to the holiday weekend, a reminder that not everyone in the world celebrates freedom: a New York car rental agency was evacuated Thursday after employees discovered a loaded gun in a trunk and a suspicious device that turned out to be harmless, police said.
But do these terror situations lead most Americans to panic, or to become more vigilant? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Bo Dietl, former New York City Police detective, and Michael Scardaville, homeland security analyst at the Heritage Foundation.
From South Korea to Italy, Japan to Iraq, you’ll find an American military presence. Now, as U.S. troops prepare to deploy to Liberia, we’ll ask retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis, and John Pike, president of Globalsecurity.org, if we are spreading ourselves too thin.
We’ll take the market’s temperature with Hilary Kramer, president of A&G Capital; Tobin Smith, founder and chairman of Change Wave Research; Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors, and Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager for Capitalist Pig Asset Management.
Is Independence Day the perfect time to show your patriotism by buying American? We’ll ask Roger Simmermaker, author of How Americans Can Buy American.
Why did Macy’s drop its association with Fireworks by Grucci? We’ll go straight to the source, Donna Grucci, president of Fireworks by Grucci.
And, will it be a summer bummer for Hollywood? We’ll review the fate of this year’s blockbusters with Christy Lemire, Associated Press entertainment reporter, and Gitesh Pandya, editor of BoxOfficeGuru.com.
Plus, from the controversies, to the scandals, we'll look at the state of boxing when Neil goes head to head with Don King (search).
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