Guests and Topics: November 30

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November 30:

President Bush tries to bolster support for Iraq policy by mapping out his strategy for victory. But did today's speech break new ground or present a new strategy? Will it sway any critics? We'll debate it with former Oklahoma Congressman J.C. Watts and former Labor Secretary Robert Reich.

Also, the Supreme Court considers its first abortion case in five years! Former counsel to Vice President Gore, David Boies, and Jay Sekulow of the American Center for Law and Justice highlight the case for us tonight. Plus, only on Hannity & Colmes will you hear rare audio of the Court's oral arguments.

Then, the movement to spare the life of Stanley “Tookie” Williams, the convicted killer and Nobel Peace Prize nominee now awaiting execution on death row, gains some ground as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger considers granting clemency to the Crips gang member. But will executing the “godfather of gangs” spark deadly race riots? Radio host Larry Elder speaks out!

Plus, John Charles of the Cascade Policy Institute thinks it's a good idea to tax you for every mile you drive. But don't we already pay enough just to fill the tank? Hear his explanation.

And, in another H&C exclusive, Sean and Alan talk to a Michigan family who won their fight to keep a plastic Nativity scene on their front lawn. Meet Joe and Betty Samona tonight and hear why they refuse to be pushed around for expressing their Christian beliefs!

These stories and much more ... don't miss "Hannity & Colmes" tonight at 9 p.m. ET!

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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