Here’s what is on tap for Friday:

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

Is our military slowly closing in on the 9/11 terror mastermind? A new tape is "said" to have Usama bin Laden (search) on it. What message does it send? How close are we to catching him? We'll ask FNC military analyst Capt. David Christian.

Liberal Bush-bashers beware: Our next guest will be giving a Conservative kickback to today's toughest issues. He's Phil Valentine, author of Right From the Heart: The ABC's of Reality in America.

We'll also have radio host Darrell Ankarlo with us. He's been doing this since he was 21. He built, owned, and ran his own station by the age of 30.

Emotions definitely ran high yesterday as we witnessed the touching memorials for those lost on 9/11. What is the best way to deal with the grief? Best-selling author Dr. Georgia Witkin will be here to tell us. She is also an FNC contributor.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

Is planting undercover agents inside Al Qaeda (search) the answer to destroying the terror network? It may be... but the FBI says that's nearly impossible. Former CIA covert operations officer Mike Baker will tell us why.

They were the tip of the spear in Operation: Iraqi Freedom (search). Now, the soldiers of the U.S. Army's 2nd Brigade, 3rd Infantry are home from Iraq. Lt. Col. Eric Wesley will join us to discuss the group's experiences.

Protecting the homeland in our war on terror has become a top priority since 9/11. Syndicated columnist Joel Mowbray will tell us about some problems that still exist... at the DMV!

The Dems went on the attack the other night and instead of debating each other, spent most of the time bashing the president. Was that a smart move? FNC political consultant Dick Morris will offer his insight.

It's still one of the hottest shows on television. Will America get Surivivor fever the seventh time around? For that we turn to the always dapper and handsome Jeff Probst!

The release of a purported new Usama tape along with 9/11 remembrance ceremonies rattle Wall Street markets this week. How vulnerable is our economy right now? FNC contributor Scott Bleier will explain.

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