Here’s what is on tap for Wednesday:
"FOX & Friends First" (6 a.m. ET)
If the Philippine government (search) decides to pull its peacekeeping force out of Iraq ahead of schedule in order to free a Filipino hostage, how security in the region be impacted? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. James Carafano, senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
Why is Scott Peterson's dog a key part of the prosecution's strategy? We’ll get insight from criminal defense attorney and former New York City prosecutor, Paul Callan.
Plus, summer camp isn't just about fun and games anymore. Palestinian children as young as 10 are attending terror camps where tennis rackets have been replaced by AK-47 rifles. What's going through the mind of a pre-teen learning to kill? Dr. Georgia Witkin, best-selling author and FOX News contributor, joins the debate.
“FOX & Friends” (7 a.m. ET)
Is the world safer now that Saddam Hussein is no longer in power? Or, did the war in Iraq make matters worse? We’ll ask Newt Gingrich, FOX News political analyst and former speaker of the House.
Preparing for a possible election-time terror strike means understanding Al Qaeda's objectives and priorities. Will the surrender of one of bin Laden's buddies to Saudi authorities can help us do just that? We’ll ask terrorism expert Walid Phares.
Is voter tide turning in John Kerry's favor? Steve Elmendorf, Kerry's deputy campaign manager, joins the debate.
They've been shielded from the press and have avoided the political spotlight. Now, the Bush twins are taking a more active role in their father's re-election campaign. Vogue magazine's forthcoming issue features the first official interview with Jenna and Barbara Bush. We’ll be joined by Julia Reed, Vogue's senior writer.
Are children as young as 10 being recruited to ambush cars at a Palestinian camp? We’ll get details from Emma Hurd, Sky News Middle East correspondent.
Plus, rapper Jadakiss is getting a lot of heat for questioning President Bush's involvement in Sept. 11 with his controversial song "Why." Should radio stations be playing the song? We’ll ask syndicated radio host Wendy Williams.
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