Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Why did a federal appeals court postpone California's (search)election? We’ll ask Jonathan Nagler, professor of politics at New York University.
The French demand faster transfer of power to Iraq's governing council. But the U.S. has its own plans in place for reconstruction. Which one will win out? We’ll be joined by John Hulsman, research fellow from the Heritage Foundation.
Plus, is a postponement of the California recall election good, or bad for the candidates? We’ll get insight from Barry Berke, criminal defense attorney.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
A federal appeals court in California blocks the recall election, leaving room for the Supreme Court to reverse the decision. What are the chances that the Supreme Court will take the case? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from radio talk show host, attorney and former supreme court law clerk, Laura Ingraham, author of Shut Up and Sing.
Plus, will the court's ruling survive an appeal? We’ll ask constitutional attorney Ann Coulter, author of Slander.
And, is the California recall being recalled? We’ll be joined by Arnold Schwarzenegger's campaign co-chairman, Rep. David Dreier.
Terrorists need money to survive. How can we strangle their funding? We’ll ask Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld, author of Funding Evil: How Terror is Financed and How to Stop It.
And, is Al Qaeda still capable of carrying out Sept. 11 style attacks, or has the head of the snake been cut off? We’ll ask Edward Luttwak, senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
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