Here's what is on tap for Thursday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
Operation Matador (search) is weeding out terrorists in Iraq, but finding some resistance near the Syrian border. How long will the operation continue? We'll ask retired U.S. Navy Captain Chuck Nash, FOX News military analyst.
Plus, after several delays, a Senate committee appears set to decide John Bolton's fate as United Nations ambassador. We'll get a fair and balanced debate on the confirmation controversy with political strategists Rich Galen and Chris Lapetina.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
In order to crack down on the illegal employment of illegal immigrants, should Social Security cards be made counterfeit proof? We'll ask Rep. David Dreier, R-Calif.
Can you help your children thrive and learn to express their unique talents? We'll get advice from Stephanie Lerner, mother of three and the author of "Kids Who Think Outside the Box."
Is Brian ready to take on Hollywood? Steve Edwards, co-host of "Good Day L.A.," weighs in.
Thomas Anton knows the importance of keeping our troops well fed and joins us to explain why he's donated more than 40,000 steaks to the military as part of the Steaks for Troops program.
Plus, Hollywood's new home on the web is designed to stir up political dialogue. We'll talk with one of the creators!
And, the cows are coming. Are you ready?
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