April 15, 2007

Our guests this week include:

Senator Carl Levin (D-MI), Chairman, Armed Services Committee
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Armed Services and Judiciary Committees
Reverend Al Sharpton, National Action Network President

War on the Homefront: Democrats and the White House ratchet up the rhetoric over Iraq, as the Pentagon extends tours of duty for thousands of troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. With Democratic leaders set to agree on a final Iraq funding bill — which is likely to include a timeline to bring the troops home — and President Bush vowing a veto, can both sides come to a compromise? And with Attorney General Alberto Gonzales set to appear before Congress next week in testimony that could decide his fate, what is next for the U.S. Attorneys controversy? We will speak exclusively with Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin (D-MI) and Sen. Lindsey Graham, a key Republican on the Armed Services Committee back from a recent trip to Iraq.

Plus: The explosive debate that erupted after that callous comment from radio shock jock Don Imus. He lost his high-paying job and will no longer be broadcasting on MSNBC or CBS radio, but what is next for the racial debate and is there a need for more diverse voices in media? Also, is there a double standard when it comes to who is allowed portray women in a degrading manner? We'll speak exclusively with a key figure in the debate, Reverend Al Sharpton.

Our panel will then discuss Sen. John McCain's Iraq offensive this week as he seeks to revive his presidential campaign, as well as all the latest political news. Joining us will be:

Brit Hume of FOX News,
Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard,
Juan Williams of National Public Radio,
• and Mara Liasson of National Public Radio.

Plus, our power player of the week uncovers government secrets for a living — Director of the National Security Archive Tom Blanton.

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

Chris Wallace