Topics and Guests for February 8

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The Middle East (search) may be inching closer to peace, but is it close enough to risk investing your money there? We'll investigate with Vince Farrell, chairman of Victory Capital Management; Tom Adkins, founder of; and Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager of Capitalist Pig Asset Management.

Plus, on Monday's show Art Linkletter (search) urged seniors to quit whining about Social Security reform. Today, we'll hear from the other side: David Certner, director of federal affairs for the AARP.

Are French workers about to break through an age-old barrier? We'll ask Georges Leclere, former French TV anchor and director of the International Academy of Television.

We'll talk earnings and expectations with Patrick Byrne, CEO of, and Jim Mullen, president, CEO and director of Biogen Idec.

And, they protect terrorists, help illegal aliens and even defend child pornography. Who are these radical judges? Author Mark Levin lays out his case on today's edition of "Your World."

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