Guests and Topics: December 6

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Monday, December 6:

Will President Bush prevail and win approval of a stalled intelligence reform bill? The House of Representatives returned for a lame duck session Monday to sort out the details of the intelligence reform bill whose support in the Senate could be fading.

Opponents of the bill are standing firm in advance of the measure, saying they are concerned that the legislation could delay or hamper the ability of military commanders to get satellite intelligence information to their troops on the ground.

Rep. Duncan Hunter (search), R-Calif., the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee (search), is the chief opponent of the bill. He told FOX News on Sunday that he wants provisions added to safeguard intelligence for the military.

Yet, President Bush is confident that the bill will be passed this week. What's holding things up in the House? What's the outlook for President Bush if the bill doesn't pass? We'll debate it!

Plus, more on the great Declaration of Independence (search) debate in Cupertino, California. Just what is the history of the Declaration of Independence in this country? What are the other ways that American history has been rewritten so as not to offend some Americans? Thomas Woods, Ph.D. author of "The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History" will be here. And, you'll find details about our special broadcast on Wednesday, December 8 before a LIVE audience from Cupertino, California.

Also, say what?! Al Gore (search) for President in 2008?! Steve Robinson from joins us this evening.

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

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