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He has the qualifications, the knowledge and the experience — But can he prove to the voters that he is the man to run the Golden State? Sen. Tom McClintock, R-Calif., answers our questions.
Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) allegedly made some racist and controversial comments to former Mr. Universe Rick Wayne, according to the Drudge Report (search). Did the gubernatorial candidate have some heated things to say about South Africa’s former Apartheid system?
Matt Drudge will join us with the steamy details.
Has the Bustamante campaign changed it’s tune from, ‘Vote No on the Recall and Yes to Bustamante,’ to a full-fledged campaign for the governorship?
California Democratic Party Chair Art Torres will update the situation.
And President Bush has asked the $87 billion question — How should the elected officials respond?
Former Oklahoma Congressman J.C. Watts will offer insight.
The candidates vying for the Democratic nomination spoke their minds at last night’s debate. Do any of them have what it takes to go all the way to the White House in 2004?
Former Democratic Senator Dennis Deconicini weighs in.
And AIDS (search) is a disease that receives much national and international attention. Many large-scale campaigns have been waged to finance research and spread awareness.
But, does the disease receive too much attention. Should the money be spent on research for other diseases that are more rampant? Is abstinence a cure for AIDS that people ignore?
Phil Valentine touches upon these divisive issues in his book Right from the Heart. He’ll join the debate.
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--The Associated Press contributed to this report
-All guests and topics subject to change