Monday, Dec. 29: Don't Have a Cow, Man?

On Monday's edition of DaySide with Linda Vester:

Saddam Squeals: Is Saddam Hussein giving it up? There are reports that the former dictator is naming names and mapping out the money trail. How will that help coalition forces? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Dana Dillon, senior policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation.

Soldier Shortage: The Pentagon is undergoing aggressive recruitment efforts and extending some soldiers' tours of duty "indefinitely." Has the war on terror stretched our troops too thin? We’ll ask retired U.S. Maj. Gen. Don Edwards, FNC military analyst.

Marshal Plan: The government wants more security on international flights, demanding that air marshals be stationed on board foreign planes flying into the United States. Will that ruffle some feathers? We’ll get insight from Josh Devon, senior analyst at the SITE Institute.

How Now Mad Cow: Is the case of mad cow disease being used as a weapon in the race for the White House? The Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol joins the debate.

Off Come the Gloves: Michael Jackson gives his first interview since being charged with child molestation, claiming cops dislocated his shoulder. Was the King of Pop manhandled?

Mepham High School Hazing Case:

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