Topics and Guests for May 9

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How about a side order of tax with that burger? Detroit's mayor is proposing a 2 percent fast-food (search) tax. Is this a good idea? We'll get a fair and balanced debate.

Is the U.S. image overseas so bad that it's costing our tourism industry billions of dollars? We'll ask Rick Webster, director of government affairs for the Travel Industry Association of America.

Jim Rogers, chairman, president and CEO of Cinergy (search), on his company's merger with Duke Energy Corp.

Should taxpayers care that their money might be going towards political causes? Jeff Birnbaum, columnist for The Washington Post, weighs in.

Plus, does your portfolio need a good spring-cleaning? We'll get names of a few stocks that you should get rid of immediately from Kevin Caron, market strategist for Ryan Beck and Company; Barry Ritholtz, market strategist for the Maxim Group, and Jonas Max Ferris, founder of

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