Tonight... The O'Reilly Factor is on!
They published a very controversial article yesterday about Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) and women. Could The Los Angeles Times (search) be out to destroy the California gubernatorial candidate? Or was their article, which even Schwarzenegger acknowledged in an indirect way this week, just part of legitimate reporting?
We'll debate those questions when we're joined by nationally syndicated radio talk show host Dr. Joy Browne, who says she had her own uncomfortable experience with Schwarzenegger, and Jill Stewart, a syndicated columnist, radio talk show host and a critic of The Los Angeles Times.
Plus, we'll also talk with one of Schwarzenegger's major rivals in the recall race, Tom McClintock (search).
Then, commentator Rush Limbaugh (search) is not saying much of anything about allegations of drug involvement that surfaced this week although he's hired Roy Black, one of the most famous defense attorneys in the country. Is that a good career move right now? We'll ask Michael Harrison, the publisher of Talkers magazine.
And, after Limbaugh's resignation from ESPN's NFL Sunday Countdown show this week, we'll look at the wider question of racism in the NFL. How pervasive is it? New York Times television sports report Richard Sandomir and Kevin Blackistone who is a columnist for the Dallas Morning News will weigh in.
Also, should CIA Director George Tenet (search) be fired over the weapons of mass destruction issue? We'll talk with investigative reporter Ronald Kessler who is the author of the new book The CIA at War: Inside the Secret Campaign Against Terror.
Finally, don't forget our world-famous Talking Points Memo and The Most Ridiculous Item of the Day!
See you tonight in the No Spin Zone at at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET!
--All topics and guests subject to change.
--The Associated Press contributed to this article.