Guests and Topics for October 11 & 12

The news doesn’t stop on the weekend and neither does FOX & Friends!


So what can we read into President Bush's overhaul of his top Iraq strategists? We’ll ask syndicated radio host Mike Gallagher.

It was a “Clark attack” at the Democratic debate the other night. Did the retired general stay on top or take a tumble? Ellis Henican will offer her insight. She’s a columnist for Newsday.

We’ll debate everything about the Kobe Bryant case (search) from the prosecution to the defense with:

Bruce Cassidy, criminal defense attorney
Celia Gordon, criminal defense attorney
Mike Paul, reputation management expert

The military is looking at a chance that there are more spies at Guantanamo Bay (search). An investigation is underway focusing on those acting as translators for the prisoners. FNC military analyst Bill Cowan will weigh in. 

Lame-duck Davis could still put a wrench in Arnold's transition into California governor. What will Schwarzenegger need to do to fix his mess? We’ll get the long and short of it from FNC contributors Ellen Ratner and Jim Pinkerton


Texas representative Kay Granger is just back from Iraq, where she says the rebuilding process is making progress. She’ll join us from Fort Worth, Texas.

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