Here’s what is on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Attacks on our soldiers make headlines, but is the media missing the whole story on rebuilding Iraq? With a fair and balanced look, we'll be joined on the left by Newsday columnist and FNC contributor Ellis Henican. On the right, WABC radio host and FNC contributor Monica Crowley.
A new study says trash talk on TV is on the rise and that virtually every network airs foul language on their primetime TV shows. Brent Bozell, director and founder of The Parents Television Council (search) will join us to discuss the topic.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
A White House leak exposes the identity of a CIA operative to the press. Does there need to be an independent investigation? Our next guest believes so. His wife was the one outed in the reports. Joe Wilson is the former U.S. ambassador to the Gabonese Republic (search).
Arnold Schwarzenegger is pumping the polls in the California Recall election. What does he have to do to win the race and beat Gray Davis? We'll ask political public relations consultant David Johnson and the president of Rasmussen Reports, Scott Rasmussen.
New poll numbers heavily favor Schwarzenegger as the next governor of California. Does McClintock need to drop out to ensure an Arnold win? Former California gubernatorial candidate Bill Simon will weigh in over the issue.
He's an NBA legend and taller than most of humanity. These days he's lending a helping hand to some off-the-court causes. Former San Antonio Spur David Robinson will speak more on his new activities.
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