Guests and Topics: December 24, 25, 26

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Holiday Special

Catch some of your favorite past segments of Hannity & Colmes , where the debate is fair and balanced. The highlights will range from serious straight talk to a heated debate, and of course a country music treat ...

Wednesday, December 24:

Reverend Franklin Graham talks about his plan to deliver shoeboxes packed with Christmas gifts to children in war-torn Sudan.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., director of the Natural Resources Defense Council (search), enters the debate.

Actor Chuck Norris discusses the Kick Start program for kids.

Country superstars Lee Greenwood and Charlie Daniels give a very merry holiday performance!

Thursday, December 25:

Mr. Alan Colmes enters the debate as a guest to discuss his book … will Sean go easy on him?

He really has his work cut out for him -- So how does Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger plan to turn things around in California? We'll find out.

Alan’s exclusive interview with Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle, D-S.D.

Bethany Hamilton, rising surfing star who lost her arm to a tiger shark while surfing on Halloween, discusses her inspirational story.

Friday, December 26:

Some never before seen interviews ...

As we begin the last lap towards the 2004 presidential election -- we'll assess the race with a face that became widely known during the 2000 election -- Rep. Katherine Harris, R- Fla.

Anti-war activist Leslie Cagan enters the debate.

David Limbaugh elaborates on his book -- Persecution: How Liberals Are Waging War Against Christianity.

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--The Associated Press contributed to this report

-All guests and topics subject to change