Here's what's on tap for Tuesday:

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

President Bush delivers a powerful speech on Iraq's future to a skeptical United Nations (search). Will the assembly listen and take action? Senior policy analyst for the Freedom Alliance Fred Gedrich will weigh in.  

The 9th Circuit Appeals Court has spoken and the recall election will go ahead on October 7th. Will the election system be revamped? Here to render his decision will be Judge Andrew Napolitano.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

President Bush addressed the U.N., urging the international community to join the fight against terrorism and to help rebuild Iraq. Did he make his case? Cliff May, the president of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies and FNC political analyst Eleanor Clift will debate it out.

Can differences be worked out with the French or will there be another Chirac showdown? With his take on this issue will be Jack Cullinan. He’s a writer for the National Review.  

Bush addresses the U.N. nearly a year after he challenged the international body to force Saddam to disarm or face serious consequences. Did the president sway the U.N. this time around? We’ll ask Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby.

The ruling that delayed the California Recall (search) vote has been overturned. George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley will join us to talk about the decision.

Our next guest says the United Nations has become completely dysfunctional, and that he has the remedy. He’s Florida Congressman Ander Crenshaw. He’ll be joining us!

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