Topics and Guests for August 12

As candidates jockey for position in the California recall (search), is the team that the candidate surrounds himself with, almost as important as who the candidate is?

We’ll turn to presidential historian Douglas Brinkley and William Holstein, editor-in-chief of Chief Executive magazine.

Plus, first the hype, now the backlash. Why does Rev. Lou Sheldon, president of the Traditional Values Coalition, want to terminate Arnold Schwarzenegger’s campaign for governor? We’ll ask him.

How will the Fed’s decision to leave interest rates unchanged impact your portfolio? We’ll ask Tom McManus, chief investment strategist at Banc of America Securities, and Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors.

Plus, if rates are not cut anytime soon, should we start betting that the next move is up? Diane Swonk, chief economist at Bank One, and Bill Wolman, chief economist at BusinessWeek, join the debate.

As childhood obesity reach epidemic levels, who is to blame? Restaurant, for providing unhealthy food? Parents, for taking the child there? Or the children, for consuming the food? We’ll ask John Banzhaf, professor of legal activism at George Washington University Law School.

Is the road map for peace in the Middle East at a roadblock? We’ll ask James Phillips, Mideast research fellow with the Heritage Foundation.

Plus, if we want to boost the economy, should we forget cutting taxes and start cutting stress? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from activist Jeff Peckman and Charlie Brown, city councilman for Denver.

And, we’ll talk earnings and expectations with Peter Cuneo, vice chairman of Marvel Enterprises.

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