Guests and Topics for December 1

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Here's what is on tap for Thursday:

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

Did the commander in chief lay down a convincing plan for winning the war in Iraq? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Ellis Henican, Newsday columnist and FOX News political analyst, and Leslie Sanchez, Republican strategist.

Plus, shopping online for the holidays is fast and convenient. But is it safe? We'll get a read from Chris Faulkner, cyber security expert and CEO of C I Host.

"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

How is Washington reacting to President Bush's plan of action for Iraq? We'll ask Ceci Connolly, national staff reporter for The Washington Post.

Is the CIA compromising our national security in order to undermine the Bush administration? We'll be joined by Frank Gaffney, author of "War Footing" and the president of the Center for Security Policy.

The TSA plans to announce that some sharp items that were prohibited after 9/11, will soon be allowed on board passenger planes. Will relaxing the rules for carry-on items make a difference in sky safety? We'll get a read from Timothy Connors, director of the Center for Policing Terrorism at the Manhattan Institute.

Plus, we'll be joined by Grammy-winner, Rick Springfield.

And, Ted Danson, star of "Knights of the South Bronx," drops by the studio.

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