Guests and Topics for Dec. 16

Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

Some of Saddam Hussein's top henchmen will soon be tried in Iraqi courts. But will the process provoke more violence? We'll ask retired U.S. Marine Lt. Col. Frederick Peterson.

Ever wonder what happens inside the White House during the holiday season? Barney Bush, the first family dog, takes us on his latest adventure.

Plus, science and faith seem light years apart. But is the gap between the two as wide as we think? We'll be joined by Lee Strobel, author of "The Case for a Creator" and host of PAX TV's "Faith Under Fire."

"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

"Chemical Ali" will be the first leader of Saddam's former regime to be tried for war crimes. Is this a good move, right before Iraq's elections? We'll be joined by Amb. Marc Ginsberg, former ambassador to Morocco and FOX News foreign affairs analyst.

Has the government made air travel any safer? We'll get insight from Michelle Malkin, FOX News contributor and syndicated columnist.

The syndicated TV show "Touched By an Angel" is still a family favorite across America. Now actress Della Reese explains how she is trying to touch your life, with a new plan to make you healthier.

What plans are in motion for our troops in Iraq to receive proper vehicle armor? We'll ask Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala.

The 55th presidential inauguration takes place next month. What kind of festivities are planned to mark the big occasion? We'll ask Jeanne Johnson Phillips, chairman of the 55th Presidential Inaugural Committee.

Are we really winning the war on terror, or do we need to shift our strategy in order to beat the enemy? Harlan Ullman, author of "Finishing Business," joins the debate.

When it comes to celebrities who supported our troops, few can match the un-ending humor that legendary comedian Bob Hope (search) brought to those wearing the uniform. We'll remember his legacy with his daughter, Linda Hope.

Plus, thinking about getting a present for your four-legged friend? David Frei, host of USA Network's "Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show," shows us some great gift ideas for dogs and dog lovers.

And, want to add some extra sparkle to your holiday decorations at home? World-renowned ornament designer, Christopher Radko joins us with some interesting ideas.

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