Topics and Guests for April 27

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Stocks are up on news oil prices are down — but for how long? We'll take the market's temperature with Bill Simon, former California gubernatorial candidate; Gary B. Smith, columnist for, and Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors.

Is the NAACP out to lunch on the issue of Social Security? We'll ask Herman Cain, CEO of The New Voice and the author of "They Think You're Stupid."

Can President Bush's energy plan stop the downward spiral of his job performance numbers? Nicole Devinish, White House director of communications, weighs in.

Plus, we'll be joined by legendary boxing promoter Don King and WBA heavyweight John Ruiz.

Is it time to kick the traders off the floor at the NYSE and make all trades electronic? Joe Moglia, CEO of Ameritrade and author of "Coach Yourself to Success," weighs in.

And, meet Jeffrey Young, author the book that Apple founder Steve Jobs (search) doesn't want you to read!

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