Sunday, December 10, 2006

This Week On Fox News Sunday:

He’s worked with President Bush on immigration reform, as well as the “No Child Left Behind” Act. But Senator Edward Kennedy has also called for the complete withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, by year’s end. And now, he stands prepared to take over a powerful health committee. A rare one-on-one interview with the Massachusetts senator.

What is the consequence to Americans for depending on foreign oil? A group of corporate heads, from businesses that rely heavily on petrol products, says overhauling our energy needs is the “biggest economic security and national security issue” we face. The co-chairmen of the Energy Security Leadership Counsel will give us ideas for a shift in the U.S. energy policy.

Our guests are Frederick W. Smith, chairman and president of FedEx Corp. and retired Gen. P.X. Kelley, a former commandant of the Marine Corps.

And our power player honors America’s vets at national cemeteries and monuments with decorative wreaths. Guest: Morrill Worcester, President of Worcester Wreath.

Plus our panel of experts:
Brit Hume – Washington Managing Editor of Fox News

Mara Liasson – National Public Radio & Fox News

Juan Williams – National Public Radio & Fox News

Bill Kristol – Weekly Standard and & Fox News

So check your local listings and we'll see you on the next FOX News Sunday,

Chris Wallace