Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:

FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)

President Bush says that the U.S. will “be involved” in the Liberia peace process, but will that put our troops in the line of fire? We’ll ask Manthia Diawara. He’s the author of We Won’t Budge: African Exile in the World. He’s also the director of the Institute of African-American Affairs at New York University.

Saddam Hussein and Usama bin Laden may have tracked U.S. intelligence through pirated versions of American spy software, but how did they get a hold of it? We’ll hear from syndicated columnist and FOX News contributor Michelle Malkin.

FOX Friends (7 a.m. ET)

Is the situation in Liberia so dire that U.S. forces need to step in? Former U.S. Army Green Beret and FOX News military analyst Maj. Bob Bevelacqua will help us answer that question. He also led a military peacekeeping mission into Haiti in 1994 under President Bill Clinton.

There may be new evidence and renewed hope in finding answers to the Scott Speicher mystery. Florida Senator Bill Nelson will give us some insight into the issue. He currently serves on the Foreign Relations and Armed Services committee.

We’ll also have a special guest. The hottest new character on America’s hottest TV show, Sex and the City. Jason Lewis will be here!

Since President Kennedy’s assassination, once every two years, a tragedy has struck a member of the Kennedy clan. Is this family jinxed? Ed Klein thinks so. He is the author of The Kennedy Curse and will be here to discuss his findings.

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