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Mel Gibson’s new movie is being called anti-Semitic and anti-Catholic. Does his film The Passion have a prayer with the religious community? We’ll ask Father Tom Hartman and Rabbi Marc Gellman -- the God Squad -- on tonight’s edition of The O’Reilly Factor.
Plus, will the Bush administration ever get the chaos in Iraq under control? Retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt, FOX News military analyst, offers his opinion.
Mandatory sentences for federal offenses keep dangerous offenders off of the streets. So why does one Supreme Court justice think it’s time to give judges more sentencing flexibility? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Todd Clear, professor of criminal justice at John Jay College, and Paul Rosenzweig, senior fellow for legal studies at the Heritage Foundation.
The feds bust one of the worst porn outfits in history, charging a California man and woman with trafficking in obscene materials across state lines. But does the First Amendment protect them from prosecution? We’ll ask attorney J.D. Obenberger.
On the heels of the Supreme Court striking down the Texas sodomy law, a polygamist in Utah says he has the right to have as many wives as he wants -- it's all about privacy. Does his case have a leg to stand on? Erik Luna, professor of law at the University of Utah, weighs in.
Actor Arnold Schwarzenegger is the front-runner in the California recall election. But can his campaign go the distance? Professor Bruce Cain, director of the Institute of Governmental Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, handicaps the race.
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