Topics and Guests for October 25

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If an America president is unpopular abroad, does American trade suffer? We'll ask Dr. Mitchell Eggers, chief pollster and COO for GMI, and Bill Holstein, editor in chief of Chief Executive Magazine.

Plus, are America's fat cats getting all of the tax breaks? (search) Bruce Bartlett, senior fellow at the National Center for Policy Analysis, weighs in.

Just how personal should Internet personal sites (search) get? We'll ask Jim Buckmaster, CEO of, and Rev. Jerry Falwell, co-founder of the Moral Majority and chancellor at Liberty University.

Eight days and counting: Will investors be seeing green once the election is over? We'll take the market's temperature with Chris Lahiji, president of; Vince Farrell, chairman of Victory Capital Management, and Gregg Hymowitz, founder of Entrust Capital.

And, from facelifts and tummy tucks, to liposuction and rhinoplasty, Americans are going overseas to go under the knife. But as they pinch pennies for plastic surgery, are they gambling with their lives? We'll investigate with renowned plastic surgeons Dr. Robert Kotler and Dr. Athleo Cambre.

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