Guests and Topics for December 13

Here's what is on tap for Tuesday:

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Iraq's interim government is ramping up security before Thursday's big vote. What's being done to keep terrorists at bay and what part are U.S. troops playing in the operation? We'll get insight from retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Bob Scales, FOX News military analyst.

Plus, some raw wrestlers are showing some raw emotion for U.S. troops overseas. "WWE Raw" superstar Mick Foley has just returned from visiting troops in Afghanistan and drops by to tell us about his trip.

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Starts at 7 a.m. ET

What parallels can be drawn between Iraq's vote and America's own history? We'll be joined by our special guest, Mrs. Lynne Cheney, live from the White House.

Plus, President Bush says Thursday's vote in Iraq will mark a turning point towards democracy in the Middle East. Peter Galbraith, former ambassador to Croatia, joins us to explain why he disagrees.

Then, Rulon Gardner overcame enormous odds to win a second Olympic medal for wrestling. Gardner drops by to preview his autobiography, "Never Stop Pushing."

And, meet Santa's secret helper: Stacia Crane, consumer affairs manager at the U.S. Post Office in Van Nuys District, CA, she's been answering letters for Mr. Claus and granting wishes to the children who need it most.

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