Guests and Topics: February 24

Tonight on Hannity & Colmes...

The United States, Great Britain and Spain threw down the gauntlet Monday, submitting a new resolution to the U.N. Security Council that declares Iraq in "further material breach" of prior U.N. resolutions and orders Baghdad to get rid of its weapons of mass destruction.

The new resolution, formally submitted by Great Britain, challenges the Security Council to stick to its guns and not back down from Resolution 1441, which was passed in November and calls for the complete and immediate disarmament of Iraq -- or else.

It refers to "serious consequences," but not to using "all necessary means." It does not include any deadline for compliance. Former Oklahoma Congressman JC Watts will join the debate.

And top U.N. inspectors Hans Blix and Mohamed ElBaradei have said Iraq still has not been fully cooperating or providing evidence to answer outstanding questions about its nuclear, chemical, biological and long-range missile programs. Are our troops fully protected from biological dangers? Will their suits protect them if they are exposed to chemical warfare? Rep. Chris Shays, R-Conn. on chemical weapons and our troops' safety...

Do celebrities represent the views of mainstream America?
David Horowitz, author of the new book, The Hate America Left, and the editor of
Bernie Ward, KGO radio talk show host

A city councilman in North Miami, Florida made some waves last week when he demanded that the city change its policy requiring police recruits to pass a swimming test before joining the force. One of the reasons that he gives is that the policy discriminates against African-American candidates who don't swim that well.
Councilman Jacques Despinosse joins the debate.

As friends and family attend memorial services for the 97 victims of last week's fire in Rhode Island, officials are trying to determine who is responsible for one of the deadliest nightclub fires in history.
Geoffrey Nathan, criminal defense attorney
Peter Johnson, Fox News legal analyst

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