Tonight on Hannity & Colmes see the best of interviews...

Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle says threats have increased against him and his family and blames talk show host "Rush Limbaugh and all of the Rush Limbaugh wannabes" for an increasingly negative tone in politics.

"What happens when Rush Limbaugh attacks those of us in public life is that people aren't satisfied just to listen," Daschle, D-S.D., told reporters Wednesday. "They want to act because they get emotionally invested. And so, you know, the threats to those of us in public life go up dramatically, on our families and on us, in a way that's very disconcerting." Rush Limbaugh reacts to those comments tonight on Hannity & Colmes…You don't want to miss this exclusive interview!

And he's gone from U.N ambassador to energy secretary to the governor-elect of New Mexico. See Bill Richardson’s interview…

Also, will Republicans get any votes in Hollywood this year? We asked actress Sela Ward if she knew of any conservatives in Tinseltown. And she talks about her new book…

In Florida, GOP former Secretary of State Katherine Harris, known for certifying the contested 2000 presidential election, easily won the 13th District seat against Democratic lawyer Jan Schneider. Katherine Harris tells Hannity & Colmes what she has planned.

And Johnnie Cochran openly admits that representing O.J. Simpson transformed him from lawyer to celebrity. He joins Hannity & Colmes to talk about his new book, A Lawyer’s Life -- which details his professional life and more.

Plus Neil Bush and his son Pierce Bush talk about the drug Ritalin…

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Calling it the "most difficult decision I have ever made," former Vice President Al Gore said Monday that he decided during rehearsal for his hosting job on Saturday Night Live last week not to run for president in 2004. Now that Gore’s no longer a contender, who does former Colorado Senator, Gary Hart, think will carry the torch?

KISS members, Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley on their new book, KISS: The Early Years.

And what looks like an exclusive interview with President Bush! But actually it's Bush impersonator, Steve Bridges. You’ll want to see the uncanny resemblance yourself!

And singer Lee Greenwood talks with Sean and Alan and sings his hit song…

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