Guests and Topics: March 3

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Tonight on "Hannity & Colmes" ...

• Some critics claim Mel Gibson's controversial "The Passion of Christ" (search) is too violent and anti-Semitic — But are they missing the movie's central message? Rev. Pat Robertson weighs in.

• Senator John Kerry (search) swings coast-to-coast victories on Super Tuesday (search). As the jump ball gets tossed into the real White House race — Who will be on offense and who will be forced to play defense?

We'll have political assessment, analysis and of course debate with former Oklahoma Rep. J.C. Watts and Democratic strategist Bob Beckel.

• A high-priced battle of political ads coming soon to a TV near you ... President Bush's multimillion-dollar advertising blitz is set to kick off ... We'll get details from Matthew Dowd, the Bush/Cheney campaign's chief strategist.

And ... how will Kerry's camp respond? We'll ask Mike Donilon, senior adviser to John Kerry.

• Should Catholic charities be forced to cover the cost of birth control pills for women workers? The California Supreme Court (search ) thinks so — Should it be their decision to make? And does this make it impossible for certain religious organizations to practice what they preach?

Brad Dacus, president of Pacific Justice Institute, and ''The Death of Right and Wrong'' author Tammy Bruce join the debate.

All these stories and much more!

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