Topics and Guests for November 8

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If Donald Trump is worried about a real estate crash, why aren't you? We'll ask the real estate mogul why he's concerned about what's going on in Washington.

Plus, terror attack thwarted! After Australian authorities foil a major terrorist plot, are we winning the War on Terror? We'll ask Bo Dietl, chairman of Beau Dietl & Associates, and Frank Gaffney, president of the Center for Security Policy.

France has riots. The United States doesn't. France also has socialism. The U.S. has capitalism. Is that the difference? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Jim Michaels, editorial vice president of Forbes magazine, and Pratap Chatterjee, executive director of Corpwatch.

And, should oil companies have to pay heating bills for the poor? We'll ask Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa.

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