Our exclusive guests this week:
• Rick Davis, McCain campaign manager
• Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., Obama national co-chair

Both Senators John McCain and Barack Obama spent their week "drilling" one another about our nation's energy future. Did this give the campaigns yet another opportunity to go negative? Both candidates planned to raise the bar against negative campaigning but neither side seems to be pulling it off. Do negative campaign tactics work? We'll ask McCain's campaign manager, Rick Davis.

Then, Hillary Clinton wants her supporters to play a big role at the Democratic Convention. Will this hurt or help the Democrats unite? We'll ask Sen. Dick Durbin, a national co-chairman of the Obama campaign.

Also, President Bush meets with Chinese President Hu in Beijing. Will human rights be at the forefront of the agenda? We'll ask our Sunday panel: Bill Kristol of The Weekly Standard, Jill Zuckman of The Chicago Tribune, Byron York of The National Review, and Ruth Marcus of The Washington Post.

Plus, we'll take a look back at a classic Power Player, who shows us just how hard it is to prepare the White House to party: White House Social Secretary, Amy Zantzinger.

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