Paying Tribute to America's Veterans

America voted and the world watched, including Al Qaeda. As the Democrats propose moving the United States in a new direction, it appears Al Qaeda in Iraq is feeling more emboldened. Al Qaeda leader in Iraq, Abu Ayyub al-Masri, purportedly calls outgoing Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld a coward and vows that Al Qaeda will not stop its jihad against the U.S. until it blows up the White House. This weekend, 'Fox & Friends' talks to members of the U.S. military about these new threats and the war in Iraq.

Let us not forget that tomorrow is Veteran's Day. We invite you to join us as we pay tribute to the men and women who valiantly serve to protect the liberty, freedom, faith and values we treasure. You'll hear touching and encouraging stories from some of those who have been on the frontlines in the War on Terror.

Also, if you're looking for a way to help veterans, Brian Kilmeade wants to remind you that "Avon's calling." Operation USO-Avon Cares is offering you a chance to help out the troops. For $10.75 you can purchase a 5-piece gift set that includes deodorant, lip balm, sunscreen, lotion and body wash. These are things we take for granted but means a lot to troops at war.

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And if you're trying to reach the brass ring of the American dream, don't miss Sunday's show. Robert Kiyosaki, the successful author of "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" sits down with us to offer some sage advice on building a fortune through real estate.

So join Allisyn, Kiran and me for news that's always fair and balanced — and we'll have a little bit of fun, too. All that and more on 'Fox & Friends,' the best morning show in America. By the way, thanks for watching.


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Kelly Wright is a general assignment reporter for Fox News Channel (FNC), based in the Washington, D.C. bureau. He is also a co-host on "America's News Headquarters" on Saturdays (1:00-2:00 PM/ET). Wright previously served as a co-host on "Fox & Friends Weekend." Click here for more information on Kelly Wright