Guests and Topics: November 25

Tonight on Hannity & Colmes

Eighteen U.N. weapons inspectors arrived in Baghdad Monday with the eyes of the world upon them as they prepare to hunt for Saddam Hussein's alleged weapons of mass destruction. We'll bring you the latest.

Plus Rep. J.C. Watts, R-Okla,  is leaving Congress, he talks to Hannity & Colmes about what he plans to do next.

President Bush's spokesman praised Saudi Arabia on Monday as a "good partner in the war on terrorism," despite accusations that the wife of the Saudi U.S. ambassador might have financially supported Sept. 11 terrorists. Jack Quinn, former White House counsel and former chief of staff for Al Gore, weighs in.

Should Bush give amnesty to Mexican illegal immigrants? Brent Wilkes, national executive director for LULAC, the League of United Latin American and Mark Krikorian, Center of Immigration Studies react.

The race for the White House in 2004 is underway. Vermont Governor Howard Dean will tell us how he plans to give his fellow Democrats, and maybe even President Bush a run for their money!

Police are reviewing video footage to try to identify more people who overturned cars and pelted officers with bottles and rocks after Ohio State's football victory over Michigan. Has everyone forgotten that it’s just a game?

-All guests and topics subject to change