Here's what is on tap for Monday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
Stanley "Tookie" Williams is set to be executed early Tuesday morning. Will California Governor Schwarzenegger grant his plea for clemency? We'll get a read from Craig Mitnick, FOX News legal analyst and criminal defense attorney.
Then, has Christmas become "too polluted" by consumerism? Father Jonathan Morris, vice rector of the Legionaries of Christ in Rome and a FOX News contributor, joins the debate.
And, he's won the Heisman, a college national championship and played in the NFL. Now former New Orleans Saints quarterback Danny Wuerffel, explains why he's calling some new plays to help children devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
Has President Bush become too isolated as commander-in-chief? Should he look beyond his trusted White House inner circle? We'll ask Michael Hirsh, senior editor for Newsweek.
What rights should children, born in the United States, have if their parents are illegal immigrants? California Congressman Dan Lungren weighs in.
Should whole milk be banned from schools because it is considered to be junk food? We'll ask FOX News medical contributor, Dr. Manny Alvarez.
How long will it be until Iraqi forces are ready to take over security in their country? We'll get a read from retired Command Sergeant Major Steve Greer.
Companies hosting "culturally sensitive holiday celebrations": politically correct or an attack on Christmas? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Mike Hyter, author of "The Power of Inclusion," and William Murray, chairman of the Religious Freedom Coalition.
And, what images made the news in 2005? We'll preview Time magazine's pictures of the year with Richard Lacayo.
Real journalism: fair and balanced. That's why we're No. 1 — FOX News Channel.
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