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Retired Army Gen. Wesley Clark (search) decides to toss his hat in the ring for the 2004 presidential race.  According to his officials he will make the announcement tomorrow.

Who, out of the nine presidential hopefuls, has the most to lose if the retired general enters the race? And is military experience alone enough to lead the country?

On the other hand — Do any of these Democrats (search) have what it takes to compete with President Bush (search)? Join the debate.

• And in the Sunshine State the recall candidates continue on the campaign trail despite the election set back.

Meanwhile, the secretary of state and the leading pro-recall group in California ponder over a petition of the Supreme Court (search ) to grant a stay to the recall.

Should the high court make a decision in this case or has the correct decision already been made?

• Do most college campuses in America offer just one half of an education — The left half? Should our education systems on the university level be protected by an Academic Bill of Rights (search )?

David Horowitz of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture and Bruce Shapiro of The Nation magazine will deliberate.

Lynne Cheney, Vice President Dick Cheney’s wife, will discuss her latest children’s book; A is for Abigail: An Almanac of Amazing American Women .

• FNC political analyst Dick Morris will also discuss his latest book.

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--The Associated Press contributed to this report

-All guests and topics subject to change