Tonight, International Affairs Analyst for the Heritage Foundation, John Hulsman.
Jon begins tonight looking at the effect the impending war is having in the U.S. in a segment called "Iraq: Are We There Yet?" Liza Minnelli cancelled her first anniversary party out of respect for the troops. Major League Baseball cancelled its games in Japan. The Oscars add more security. And Jon discusses with Senior Military Ethicist Steve Carell about the dilemma between expressing political opposition and support for the troops.
Finally, Frank DeCaro's look at the Oscar nominees for best picture in "Out at the Movies".
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