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The Senate Select Intelligence Committee (search) blasted the U.S. intelligence community for overstating the threat Saddam Hussein posed to the United States and for using less-than-100 percent credible information to justify the war in Iraq.
How much taxpayer money has been spent on bad intelligence? We’ll get a read from The Nation’s David Corn.
If there were no weapons of mass destruction, was the war with Iraq wrong? We’ll ask Stephen Hayes, author of “Connection: How Al Qaeda's Collaboration with Saddam Hussein Has Endangered America.”
Plus, what will be the political fallout from the committee’s scathing report? We’ll ask Tony Snow, host of “The Tony Snow Show” of FOX News Radio.
Would a terror attack on America’s oil refineries send the oil market into a tailspin? We’ll ask Jim Rogers, president of JimRogers.com, and Agbeli Ameko, managing partner of Enercast.
Senate Republicans watched their efforts for class-action lawsuit reform crash and burn Thursday. Will this hurt business? We’ll ask Walter Olson, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of "The Rules of Lawyers."
And, we’ll take the market’s temperature with Tobin Smith, chairman of ChangeWave Research; Gary B. Smith, columnist for RealMoney.com; Price Headley, founder of BigTrends.com, and Tom Adkins of Remax Services.
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