On today's edition of "DaySide" with Linda Vester:

Campaign Blitz: President Bush rolls out his first re-election campaign ads. Why are they causing such a fuss? We’ll ask Fred Malek, former campaign manager for former President Bush, and Rich Masters, Democratic strategist and former policy adviser to Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La.

Scott's Jury: Jury selection begins in the double murder trial of Scott Peterson and we've got the questionnaire. But why would the lawyers be asking about bumper stickers? We’ll get insight from Chuck Smith, former San Mateo prosecutor, and Anthony Salerno, Los Angeles criminal defense attorney, join the debate.

Plus, Peterson receives tentative permission from the courts to publish his story. But would a publisher ever want to print it? We’ll ask Charles Spicer, executive editor of St. Martin's Press.

Faking the Grade? Why is a band of public school teachers is defying their union and slamming a policy of passing flunking kids on to the next grade?

Dead or Alive? Has one of the most dangerous terrorists in Iraq been killed? Or is that just what he wants us to think?

Hollywood Exposed: It’s Tinseltown’s worst nightmare: What nasty things were some of the beautiful people saying behind the scenes at the Oscars? Andrew Breitbart and Mark Ebner, co-authors of “Hollywood Interrupted,” dish the dirt.

Dumb and Dumber: Plus, you asked for it, you got it: A brand new selection from the "stupid criminals" file.

Those stories and more on today’s edition of “DaySide with Linda Vester"

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