Guests and Topics: January 3

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Monday, January 3:

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in the New Year with a special edition of "Hannity & Colmes" when we look back at 2004 and look ahead to 2005...

Tsunami Disaster

We'll have the latest on relief efforts in stricken South Asia following the devastation in the region more than one week after the deadly earthquake and tsunamis it spawned killed more than 125,000 people in nine countries.

The Relief Aid Debate

Bestselling author Ann Coulter whose latest book is "How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must)..." weighs in on the politics of the tsunami disaster.

First President Bush was criticized for not doing enough to help the victims in South Asia. Now, his Secretary of State and his brother, Florida Governor Jeb Bush are on a mission to the region and his father, President George H.W. Bush and former President Clinton are spearheading a fundraising effort for the victims of the tsunami in South Asia. So why are people still complaining? Is it fair?

The U.N. and the Tsunami Disaster

Is the United Nations capable of handling the relief effort in South Asia? We'll debate it!

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