Guests and Topics: February 17

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Tonight on "Hannity & Colmes" ...

• Wisconsin Democratic officials expect more than 1.5 million voters to take part in today's primary, a significant jump from previous elections. We'll have all the breaking results.

Both John Edwards (search) and Howard Dean (search) -- John Kerry's two chief rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination -- vow to stay in the race regardless of tonight's results. But if the Mass. senator takes the cheese in the Badger State will the race be over?

Former Rep. Rick Lazio and Democratic strategist Mary Anne Marsh join the debate.

Is the Democratic nomination now John Kerry's to lose? While stumping on the Dem trail Kerry often taunts President Bush with the line 'Bring it on,' but is he prepared for it to be brought?  Is Kerry already gearing up for the real race?

We'll get answers from Tad Devine, Kerry campaign senior advisor.

• Bush bashers beware -- author John  Podhoretz discusses his new book, "Bush Country : How Dubya Became a Great President While Driving Liberals Insane."

• Mel Gibson's new film, "The Passion of the Christ," opens soon. Is it, as some have charged, anti-Semitic? Rabbi James Rudin of the American Jewish Committee weighs in.

• What exactly is the situation on the ground in Iraq? How big of a challenge will it be root out insurgents and institute order? FNC's own Geraldo Rivera will update us LIVE from Iraq.

All these stories and much more!

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