She may not be as strong as she once was, but Hurricane Isabel is packing quite a punch.
How are governors along the East Coast preparing for the storm and how much is it costing? We’ll ask Govs. Ruth Ann Minner of Delaware and James McGreevey of New Jersey.
Plus, we’ll be joined by a man whose town will be in the thick of Isabel’s fury, Lt. Richard Petrowski of the Indian Beach, N.C. police department.
Forget whether he's doing a bad job on the economy, or Iraq. Is the real reason President Bush's slip in the polls because he's doing a good job in the war on terror? We’ll ask Howard Safir, chairman and CEO of Safir Rosetti and former NYPD commissioner.
Is New York Stock Exchange Chairman Dick Grasso (search) a goner? We’ll get insight from Muriel Siebert, chairwoman of her own brokerage house and was the first woman to own a seat on the NYSE; Hilary Kramer, president of A&G Capital, and former commissioner of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Laura Unger.
The Camp David Peace Accord, signed 25 years ago on Wednesday, was one of the biggest deals in history. Have we made any progress since then? Or is the Middle East further from peace than ever? We’ll ask former Israeli minister Natan Sharansky, and Palestinian negotiator, Saeb Erekat.
Plus, are the big budget deficits the result of President Bush’s big tax cuts? We’ll ask Stephen Moore, president of the Club for Growth.
And, is the Bush administration doing enough to stop the drain on U.S. jobs? We’ll ask Jerry Jasinowski, president of the National Association of Manufacturers.
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