Here's what is on tap for Monday:
'FOX & Friends First' (6 a.m. ET)
The Democratic presidential candidates square off in Wisconsin (search). Who came out on top? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate with Randy Tate, Republican strategist, and Chris Lapetina, Democratic strategist.
Four men are indicted for running an alleged steroid racket in baseball and Barry Bonds’ trainer was one of them. Should Bonds be concerned? We’ll ask Rob Becker, legal analyst for Fox Sports Net.
Plus, Omar Sharif is a screen legend. Can he use his status in movies to help bring Middle East Peace? We’ll ask him.
'FOX & Friends' (7 a.m. ET)
Will Wisconsin's primary seal Sen. John Kerry’s fate as the Democratic presidential nominee?
We’ll get a read from Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics.
Have insurgents in Iraq shifted their strategy? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Maj. Bob Bevelacqua, Fox News military analyst.
Did President Bush complete his National Guard Duty? We’ll ask retired Alabama National Guardsman Lt. Col. Bill Calhoun.
President's Day is an all-American holiday. But, how much do you really know about the men who've held the highest office in the land? Kenneth Davis, author of "Don't Know Much About History,” joins the debate.
As President Bush gets ready for a re-election run, one issue that definitely will be discussed is the decision to use military action against Iraq. Is it a political liability? We’ll ask Bill Kristol, Fox News political analyst and managing editor of The Weekly Standard.
Do any of the Democratic presidential candidates stand a chance of toppling frontrunner Sen. John Kerry? New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson weighs in.
Plus, we’ll be joined by Liz Barszczewski, public relations director for the National Constitution Center.
And, with the Martha Stewart case set to resume this week, we’ll get an inside perspective on the court room with Michael Wolff, contributing editor for New York magazine.
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