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A Year to Remember
2003 was filled with many highs and lows and Hannity & Colmes always put the hottest issues at the center of the debate. Before we jump forward into the New Year we take a look back at some of the most fiery and favorite moments of 2003 ...
Wednesday, Dec. 31
• Are Democrats flip-flopping on platforms for partisan gain? Bob Dole , former senate majority leader, weighs in.
• Dick Armey , another former senate majority leader, joins the debate.
• NFL Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor pulls all the skeletons out of the closet in his book -- LT: Over the Edge . Taylor wooed fans and stole the show during his days as a N.Y. Giants linebacker -- But what was going on behind the scenes? He'll join us.
• Former Extra host Leeza Gibbons is making strides in the Alzheimers battle -- Especially with her "Leeza's Place" community centers dedicated to Alzheimer's patients and education about the disease. She'll tell her story.
• What is former Heavyweight Champion George Foreman throwing on the grill now? He'll tell us all about it.
Thursday, Jan. 1
• 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, Jan. 2
We end the first week of the New Year with a little bit of everything — Special interviews with individuals that have different political perspectives — And one guest who knows ... 'It ain't easy being green.'
• Star Parker, President of CURE, the Coalition on Urban Renewal and Education
• Actor Kelsey Grammar
• Kermit the Frog
• Lynne Cheney, wife of Vice President Dick Cheney and author of A is for Abigail.
All these stories and much more!
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--The Associated Press contributed to this report
-All guests and topics subject to change