Tonight on Hannity & Colmes...
Will the Turkish government allow the U.S. to station our troops and warplanes on their southern border with Iraq, and what will it take to make that deal happen?
Geraldo Rivera, Adana, Turkey
President Bush once again made the case tonight against Saddam Hussein and promised to stay in Iraq as long as it takes to get the country back on track after any possible war.
Rep. Heather Wilson, R-New Mexico
Rep. Charles Rangel, D-New York
Our next guest has a few words for Saddam Hussein and any Americans in Iraq who want to prevent a war by acting as human shields. Jack Frazier was held hostage in Iraq for almost four months during the Gulf War. He was there building oil refineries for an American company. By the time he was released, he was blind in one eye and nearly crippled because he was denied treatment for his diabetes.
Jack Frazier, former Gulf War hostage
As war with Iraq looms, one California state senator is doing his part to keep patriotism strong among young people in America. He's introduced a bill that would call for all California students to recite the pledge of allegiance each and every day. And joining us now from California, their state senator, Pete Knight.
Kristine Johnson, a 21-year-old model from Santa Monica, California, has been missing since February 15, when her roommate says she was headed to Beverly Hills to meet with a photographer. For the latest developments in the search for the missing woman we're joined by Kristine's mother, Terry Wark, and James Butts, Jr., the Santa Monica police chief.
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