Guests and Topics for March 21
Here's what is on tap for Monday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET
Political pandering or the right to preserve life: What's fueling the congressional fight over Terri Schaivo? (search) We'll get a fair and balanced debate with Ellis Henican, FOX News political analyst and Newsday columnist, and Jack Burkman, Republican strategist.
Could tougher sex offender registry laws of saved Jessica Lunsford's (search) life? We'll ask B.J. Bernstein, former prosecutor and criminal defense attorney who specializes in child molestation cases.
Plus, U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan is set to propose massive changes at the United Nations. Will his proposals fix the U.N.'s problems and help restore everyone's confidence? We'll get insight from Nile Gardiner, fellow at the Heritage Foundation.
And, say goodbye to winter — it's springtime again! We'll tell you how to get yourself radiant and ready for the sunny days ahead.
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
Congress works deep into the night to come to a conclusion over Terri Schiavo's future. But is it any of Washington's business? Reps. Steve King, R-Iowa, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., join the debate.
From racy TV shows to violent video games and suggestive music lyrics, pop culture is pummeling our kids' minds. What can you do to preserve their values? We'll ask Dr. Jim Taylor, author of "Your Children Under Attack."
Plus, Donald Trump is one of the world's most successful businessmen, with an ego as big as his empire. What goes on behind the scenes in the life of The Donald? We'll ask Robert Slater, author of "No Such Thing as Over-Exposure."
And, it's a race against the clock and rising floodwaters, in the made-for-TV movie "Fourteen Hours." We'll be joined by one of the stars of the film, Jobeth Williams.
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