Guests and Topics: December 2

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Thursday, December 2:

He was granted a controversial pardon by President Clinton during his final days in office... Now a new report says that just weeks after his pardon international financier Marc Rich (search), helped facilitate the oil-for-food (search) scandal! You won't believe this latest twist in what has become a global scandal of astonishing porportions.

Plus, is Iran building a long-range missile that will also have nuclear capabilities? We'll ask former Chief U.N. Weapons Inspector David Kay to join the debate!

Also, two broadcast networks refuse to air an ad created by the United Church of Christ which promotes religious tolerance. Were the networks frightened by the ad's message of acceptance two homosexuals?

These stories and much more on tonight on "Hannity & Colmes" at 9 p.m. ET!

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