Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Should the U.S. send troops into Liberia? U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan (search) is urging President Bush to send in soldiers to keep the peace in the African country. Should the U.S. get involved in another peacekeeping mission? We’ll hear from Jonathan Clarke, a fellow at the CATO Institute.
Known for his controversial books that question the role of medicine, ethics, and political power, Dr. Robin Cook’s latest book, Seizure, deals with the current debate over stem-cell research. He'll be joining us to discuss his findings.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
The new Iraqi governing council is not wasting any time at all. The group has decided to send an Iraqi delegation to the U.N. Should this be their first order of business? We’ll ask FOX News foreign affairs analyst Marc Ginsberg. He is the former ambassador to Morocco.
One of the greatest sports analysts of our time and co-host of WFAN’s Mike and the Mad Dog (search) sports radio show, Chris Russo will be here to fill us in on all the latest sports news. He is the author of The Mad Dog 100 – The Greatest Sports Arguments of All Time.
Name-calling, double-crossing, and people who are just plain dysfunctional… this talk show host has seen his share. Therefore, he’s ready make a run for a Senate seat! Getting back to his political roots, and with us from Cincinatti will be Jerry Springer.
Al Qaeda may have possibly trained over 100,000 terrorists, and sent some of them our way. We’ll discuss the issue with Florida Senator Bob Graham. He is the former chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Are the French the missing link in the debate over whether Iraq sought Uranium from Africa? If so, why won’t they hand over this controversial intelligence? Author of The Spying Game: The Secret History of British Espionage, Michael Smith, will weigh in. He’s also the defense correspondent for the London Daily Telegraph (search).
A big stink over sneakers? A graduating high school senior was yanked from her commencement because she wore sneakers to the ceremony. She claims she could not afford the “proper” shoes. We’ll be joined by Trisina Sanders and the person who finally awarded her diploma, Attorney General Jane Brady.
Could a better checks and balance system have prevented the recent State of the Union “mistake”? Aram Bakshian, the former director of speechwriting for President Reagan will join the debate. He is also the current editor in chief of American Speaker.
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