Guests and Topics: February 18

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Tonight on "Hannity & Colmes" ...

• Sen. John Kerry (search) wins again in the Badger State. But -- Despite many polls and pundits -- John Edwards (search) finishes a very close second. Democratic contenders have been stumping for months but has the real contest only just begun? 

Which John will have the winning strategy? What can we expect heading into the March Madness primary season? We'll get answers from Edwards senior strategist David Axelrod and Kerry adviser Mark Mellman .

We'll also learn more about the current Democratic front-runner from George Butler , who is filming a documentary about Senator Kerry.

• While the Democratic campaign trail continues to take unexpected twists — one thing is certain — Whoever receives the Party's endorsement will face President Bush (search) in November.

Is the commander in chief ready for the fight? Marc Racicot, national chairman for the Bush-Cheney ‘04 re-election campaign, joins us

• One well-known ABC News correspondent and co-anchorman of "20/20" has made comments that have put him in hot water with some of his colleagues.  Why is this award winning journalist getting the cold shoulder from some of his peers?

We'll ask John Stossel, author of "Give Me a Break : How I Exposed Hucksters, Cheats, and Scam Artists and Became the Scourge of the Liberal Media..."

• 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.

All these stories and much more!

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