The news doesn’t stop on the weekend and neither does FOX & Friends!
Will revelations of groping women and accusations of admiring Hitler sink Arnold Schwarzenegger's hopes of becoming California's next governor? We’ll get the long and short of it from two of our FNC contributors, Ellen Ratner and Jim Pinkerton.
The president wants 87 billion dollars to rebuild Iraq and Afghanistan. Can the U.S. come up with the cash without breaking the bank here at home? We’ll ask Scott Bleier, the president of Hybrid Investors (search).
Col. David Hunt will be here to discuss the WMD search in Iraq. Former weapons inspector Terence Taylor will also weigh in over the controversial issue.
Kobe Bryant (search) is scheduled to go back to court next week. The NBA star may skip the preliminary hearing after the judge in the case decided that his accused won't have to testify. Why was the decision such a blow to the defense? High-profile criminal defense attorney Harvey Slovis will fill us in.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is taking hits from all angles. Regardless, he hasn’t taken a major hit in the polls. Why is this? We’ll ask political strategist Arnold Steinberg.
The drama queen who plays “Summer” on the summer’s hottest show, O.C., Rachel Bilson will also join us!
He was brought into rally for ESPN. But Rush Limbaugh’s recent comments have put the network in the public eye for reasons other than sports. How will this all play out? FOX Sports Net legal analyst Rob Becker will offer his insight.
We’ll have FNC foreign affairs analyst Barry Schweid and Illinois congressman Mark Kirk with us!
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