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A report from inside Iraq claims that the infamous terrorist Abu Nidal was found dead last week in Baghdad, the victim of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Nidal was one of the world's most wanted men during the 1980s, after he allegedly masterminded terrorist attacks in more than 20 countries, killing more than 300 people. In 1987, Colonel Oliver North testified in front of Congress that Nidal had threatened his family.
Oliver North, host of War Stories

Which party is working harder to court the important and growing Hispanic vote?
Bill Richardson, (D) New Mexico gubernatorial candidate

The National Education Association wants teachers to take special care with their students on the anniversary of September 11. Critics say that their remember September 11 program as encouraging the blame America first mentality. Why shouldn't they talk about what really happened and tell the kids the truth?
Jerald Newberry, NEA

Why are conservatives so afraid of "The New York Times"? A new policy concerning same-sex commitment ceremonies has some conservatives upset.
Joan Garry, GLAAD
Peter Sprigg, family research council

Joining me now, the author of the new book "Let Freedom Ring: Winning the War of Liberty over Liberalism,"
Sean Hannity, author and co-host of Hannity & Colmes

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