More bombings, more protests over Iraq war Controversy over the war in Iraq dogs Vice President Dick Cheney as he visits Australia, to thank one of Washington's staunchest supporters of the war. Hours before Cheney's arrival, police clashed with a few hundred protesters at Sydney's town hall. Britain and other allies have announced plans to begin withdrawing their troops from Iraq.11:06 a.m.
Stephen Van Evera: Professor of international security studies at MIT.
Green goes main street New York Times syndicated columnist Thomas Friedman likes to say: "Green has gone main street." Friedman argues that in the last few years, the American people have become increasingly concerned about environmental issues and energy independence, and he hopes that change leads to a fundamental re-shaping of American policy and politics.12:06 p.m.
Thomas Friedman: Columnist for the New York Times, and author of several books on public policy, including "The World is Flat." He gave his speech, "Green is the New Red White and Blue," at a fundraiser for the Minnesotans' Military Appreciation Fund.
Amory Lovins: Experimental physicist, founder and CEO of the nonprofit Rocky Mountain Institute.