Guests and Topics for October 2

New Jersey Democrats meet in search of a candidate to replace the Sen. Torricelli. But, is it too late?

We'll ask Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.

He won a Golden Globe for making quantum leaps as Dr. Beckett. We'll ask Scott Bakula how he has handled the transition to the Enterprise.

How will the British public react to Tony Blair's emotional speech? We'll ask U.K. Member of Parliament Nicholas Soames.

Does the public care what celebrities think? Fox News contributor Dr. Georgia Witkin weighs in.

Plus, Iraq says they'll abide by all existing U.N. resolutions. But as arms inspectors go back to Baghdad will access truly be "unfettered?" Former U.S. Army Deputy Assistant Secretary and CEO of American Defense International, Van Hipp.

And, scandal rocked her bid to become President Bush's Labor Secretary. But Linda Chavez has worked hard at repairing her tattered image and in her new book, An Unlikely Conservative, Linda gets personal and tells us why she's been called "the most hated Hispanic in America."

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