Guests and Topics: December 7

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December 7:

Getting kicked to the curb! Imagine losing your home, your business, and your entire way of life! Now, how eminent domain could turn 6,000 American dreams into nightmares... Sean is live from Riviera Beach, Florida with the story.

Plus, we’ll talk with Riviera Beach homeowners Rene and David Corie and the city’s mayor Michael Brown.

Then, Ann Coulter meets protests at a University of Connecticut appearance with her critics calling her views too extreme and speaking fees too expensive. We’ll have her reaction to it as she joins us live from Connecticut.

And, we’ll also have details from the shooting incident on American Airlines plane in Miami after an air marshal shot and killed a threatening passenger.

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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