Topics and Guests for July 19
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It’s convention time! As the left and right take center stage will Wall Street feel the buzz? Or could convention tensions strain the markets? We’ll investigate on tonight’s edition of "Your World with Neil Cavuto."
Do we need an intelligence czar (search) to oversee our intelligence gathering? We’ll ask David Gergen, former presidential adviser current director at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
Backing down in the face of widespread protests, Yasser Arafat (search) replaced his cousin as Palestinian security chief Monday and asked the former chief to return to his job. But the question remains, has Arafat lost his ability to control the Palestinian people? Bassem Eid, director of the Palestinian Human Rights Monitoring Group, joins the debate.
Plus, intelligence czar or no, New York City police are busily thinking the unthinkable for the Republican Convention there next month. We’ll examine the preparations with Lawrence Loesch, a 30-year veteran of the New York City Police Department and vice president of Allied Security.
Was California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger out of line when he labeled his political opponents "girlie-men?" We’ll ask Donald Trump, president of the Trump Organization.
She says she got an unfair trial and her defense team wants to appeal. But is Martha Stewart heading from the frying pan into the fire? Gene Murphy, corporate defense attorney with Bryan Cave, and Joel Cohen, criminal litigator, join the debate.
Plus, could deadbeat husbands be headed for even bigger trouble? Rep. John Sweeney, R-N.Y., explains new legislation he’s introducing.
And, Serbian President Boris Tadic joins us to discuss NATO, terrorism and more. Don't miss it!
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