Sunday December 24, 2006

On FOX News Sunday this week: Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Seasons Greetings. Christmas is upon us, the national tree is lit, and Congress is home for the Holidays. What better time to take a more sweeping look at the state of the nation?

First — we’ll talk with Lynne Cheney, wife of the vice president and a best-selling author. We’ll ask her: How does White House officials feel about their time coming to an end, and what is it going to be like working with the newly elected democratic Congress? Mrs. Cheney also has a love for history, and we’ll explore her passion of sharing that knowledge with children.

The New Year will also bring the Scooter Libby case back into the spotlight. What is on the White House’s mind as Vice President Dick Cheney prepares to testify for the defense?

We’ll also take a look at whether there really is a war on Christmas.

Also — how is faith and spirituality holding up in the U.S., and are religious leaders able to reach their communities? Newly appointed Archbishop of Washington Donald Wuerl and Anne Graham Lotz, founder of the AnGeL Ministries and daughter of Billy Graham, join us this Sunday for a look at religion in America. Can religious morals keep up with the 21st century, and what changes is the church ready to make?

Our FOX News Sunday panel will then provide its analysis of the President’s review of Iraq policy, as well as how he’ll do working with the new democratic controlled Congress.

The Sunday panel will include Weekly Standard Editor Bill Kristol, NPR Senior National Correspondent Juan Williams, Weekly Standard Executive Editor Fred Barnes and Fortune Magazine’s Nina Easton.

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

Chris Wallace