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Despite the loud cries of protestors — The 5,280-pound granite statue of the Ten Commandments (search) has been removed from the Alabama Judicial Building. 

Should the organizers continue to fight the removal — Or has the situation left them without a prayer? Dr. James Dobson and Deborah Lauter of the Anti-defamation League will join us.    

Has Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) made clear where he stands on the issues? Is he conservative enough to get the core Republican vote? Will events from his father’s past be able to hurt Arnold’s run for the governorship?

Sean received some straight answers from Arnold on his WABC-AM radio show. We’ll have highlights.

Meanwhile, other claims have surfaced that may stump the Cruz Bustamante (search) campaign. Does the lieutenant governor have a past that ties him to a racist organization?

All of the latest developments in the California recall race (search) will fuel a fiery debate. Reps. Juanita Millender-McDonald, D-Calif., and David Dreier, R-Calif., will join us.

And — Should John Hinckley (search), the man who shot former President Ronald Reagan (search), be allowed unsupervised visits with his family?

This will be the case if Hinckley and his lawyers get their way. Would this be a beneficial step for a mental health patient, or an insane release of a calculating killer?

Oscar Morgan of the National Mental Health Association weighs in on the controversial subject.  

Watch Hannity & Colmes LIVE this evening at 9 p.m. ET!

--The Associated Press contributed to this report

-All guests and topics subject to change