Guests and Topics for March 23

Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

A federal judge makes a big decision not to order Terri Schiavo's (search) feeding tube reinserted. What's next for Terri's parents? We'll ask civil rights attorney Avery Friedman.

Plus, what made the Red Lake School shooting suspect pull the trigger and could the massacre have been prevented? We'll get insight from Craig Mitnick, criminal defense attorney and FOX News legal analyst who represented a New Jersey teen that plotted his own a killing spree in 2003.

And, if Iran has vast oil reserves why does it insist on pursuing an atomic power agenda? Jerome Corsi, author of "Atomic Iran," joins the debate.

"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

As Terri Schiavo's parents appeal the decision not to allow a re-insertion of her feeding tube, we'll be joined by Terri's family's spiritual adviser, Brother Paul O'Donnell.

Monday's massacre in Minnesota is the deadliest killing spree at a U.S. school in six years. When students are the killers, how can we protect our children from their classmates? We'll ask Paul Viollis, president of Risk Control Strategies and author of "Avoiding Violence in our Schools."

We'll hear from Rep. Dave Weldon, R-Fla., who was instrumental in getting Congress to rule on the Terri Schiavo case.

Plus, his nickname is "thunder" and boxing champ Arturo Gatti is ready to make the ring rumble next month as he defends the WBC Super Lightweight title.

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