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The Oracle of Omaha says: energy stocks good — U.S. dollar bad. Is he right? And is there a way for us "little guys" to follow his lead? We'll take the market's temperature with Alexandra Lebenthal, president and CEO of Lebenthal and Company; Adam Lashinsky, senior writer at Fortune Magazine, and Professor John Price, chairman and CEO of Conscious Investing, USA.
Could news of Zarqawi's injury be an elaborate game? We'll get a read from former Secretary of State Larry Eagleburger.
France and Germany didn't support us in Iraq. Now their economies can use all the help they can get. Coincidence? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Cal Thomas, syndicated columnist and host of "After Hours," and Ian Williams, United Nations correspondent for The Nation.
Plus, is there any sign that demand for U.S. housing will ever slow down? We'll ask Robert Toll, chairman and CEO of Toll Brothers.
And, can the gang behind the Web's sharpest political parodies help Madison Avenue sell beer? We'll ask Gregg Spiridellis, co-founder of Jib Jab Media.
These stories and much more including a brand-new edition of Neil's "Common Sense"! Join us for "Your World" today at 4 p.m. ET!
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