Guests and Topics: April 5

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April 5:

Tonight on "Hannity & Colmes" we'll remember the life of Pope John Paul II (search) when we talk with the Rev. Franklin Graham of Samaritan's Purse.

And we'll also hear from Father Tom Hartman and Rabbi Marc Gellman, better known as "The God Squad", on the pope's legacy.

Also, as the baseball season gets underway, we'll talk with Oakland A's pitcher Barry Zito about his new charity "Strikeouts for Soldiers."

Plus, The Minuteman Project's James Gilchrist discusses his group's patrols along the U.S.- Mexico border. Are their efforts to prevent illegal immigrants from crossing into the United States working? We'll ask Mr. Gilchrist to bring us up to date.

Actress and newly minted author Jane Fonda is back. But does she appease her critics in her new autobiography? We'll tell you what she says that still has lots of folks up in arms...

These stories and much more...Don't miss your opportunity to join the debate. Watch "Hannity & Colmes" tonight at 9 p.m. ET!

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