Here's what is on tap for Friday:

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

The Democratic candidates went at it again in last night's prime time debate. Who had the zingers and who got zapped? Here to debate the topic is syndicated columnist Julianne Malveaux from our D.C. bureau and in studio is WABC radio (search) host and Newsmax columnist Steve Malzberg.

Kobe Bryant (search) was back in court yesterday, but his defense team passed on a preliminary hearing. Why did his lawyers waive this courthouse appearance? We’ll ask criminal defense attorney Debra Opri.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

During yesterday’s preliminary hearing, we learned exactly what Kobe's accuser is accusing him of. How will the defense tackle the allegations? Peter Johnson, Jr. will have the answer. He’s the president of the law firm, Leahey and Johnson.

It's an issue of homeland security. Illegal immigrants with fake documents are joining our military. That's the subject of the latest column from Michelle Malkin.

Bill Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard will talk of the White House campaign to justify the war and show rebuilding efforts are on track.

Joining us from Indianapolis is attorney and former prosecutor Greg Rarrison. He prosecuted Mike Tyson for rape in 1991.

He promised to restore the California dream. Can Gov. Schwarzenegger and his team jump-start the state's failing economy? Gary Kaltbaum, president of Kaltbaum and Associates will offer his insight. 

Our next guest says that America's greatest new threat from Al Qaeda (search) may not be in the air, but at sea. He’s FNC foreign affairs analyst Mansoor Ijaz.

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