Topics and Guests for February 4

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President Bush continues his road trip across America, pushing his plan for Social Security (search) reform. Is America listening? That's the big question for Mark McKinnon, former chief media adviser to the Bush campaign, and former Labor Secretary Robert Reich.

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice (search) says there's plenty of room for diplomacy with Iran, adding that a military attack is not on the agenda. Is Rice sending Iran — and the world — the right message? That's the big question for Richard Perle, former assistant defense secretary.

Can controversial University of Colorado Professor Ward Churchill be fired for comparing the victims of 9/11 to the Nazis? We'll ask FOX News senior judicial analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano.

Were Sunday's elections in Iraq as monumental as the fall of the Berlin Wall? We'll ask Gerard Baker, U.S. editor of The Times of London.

Plus, we'll be joined by John Stossel, co-anchor of "20/20" and author of "Give Me a Break."

And, FOX News' Rita Cosby, host of "The Big Story Weekend Edition with Rita Cosby," previews her exclusive interview with Michael Jackson's mother.

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