Tonight on Hannity & Colmes...
Just last week UCLA's academic senate passed a resolution condemning the war in Iraq. It stated that they deplore the Bush administration's doctrine of preemptive war, reaffirm their commitment to the U.N., oppose the establishment of what they describe as an American protectorate in Iraq and calls for a postwar government in Iraq that's answerable to the United Nations. Is this too little too late?
The coauthor of the resolution, UCLA sociology professor Dr. Michael Mann
The latest in the Laci Peterson case
Former LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman
Forensic pathologist, Dr. Cyril Wecht
NOW Chapter condemns "double homicide" charge in Peterson case
Tammy Bruce, The Death of Right and Wrong, ex-Pres. LA Chapter of NOW
His dog was just about to be burned to death and he saved the dog, so then why did they arrest him?
Jarrod Martin, facing charges for saving dog
Dan Alexander, attorney for Jarrod Martin
Another of Iraq's 55 most wanted was arrested today. Meanwhile the leader of the Iraqi National Congress says that he believes Saddam Hussein is still alive and well and living in Iraq. The war may be winding down but our troops are not out of danger yet.
Oliver North, embedded with the 4th Infantry Division tonight
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