The "Ingraham Angle" with Laura Ingraham on "The O'Reilly Factor" centered on the brutal machete murder of a British soldier by a wanton homegrown jihadist.
Ingraham and O'Reilly discussed the lack of integration of immigrants in Europe where the governments have promoted failed multiculturalism policies. Both agreed that Muslims are better integrated in the US, althuogh there have been incidents such as the Fort Hood massacre by jihadist Nidal Hassan.
Ingraham and O'Reilly also iscussed his appearance on her radio show that promoted his new book "Keep It Pithy" and in which he spoke about coaching his son's Little League team.
Rubin said the machete murder of a soldier in Britain is tragic, but not surprising as al-Qaeda has promoted such horrific tactics. He said it isn't the job of any government to determine what is or isn't part of Islam. He cited several tracts on beheading that were deemed metaphorical until Middle East petro dollars started to flow and prop up such criminality and terrorism. He said political correctness kills which isn't due to grievances, but ideology.
Rubin said that when he asked a Rotterdam city council what it means to be Dutch and they couldn't reply. He said the West is sinking into a moral equivalency in which any sort of aberrant behavior is justified. He spoke about Osama bin Laden's mentor speaking of the elimination of Western culture under the tenets of religion.
Ali said that as UK soldiers continue to be in Muslim countries, these incidents of beheading will continue. She says they see themsevles as Uma and that it is them against the rest of the world.
Ali said there aren't more of these incidents due to the authorities' vigilance. She said we'll have to see if this is part of a network in the UK or not. She said that these terrorists have been driven by the Koran and basic Islamic teachings and that a spade must be called a spade. Ingraham pointed to sharia councils and divided societies within European countries where there is no integration. She predicts that immigration will become more selective in the future.
Laura Ingraham hosted Ari Fleischer, former press secretary to President George W. Bush.
Fleischer said that the IRS scandal is amazing in the sense that the Obama administration saw nothing wrong with targeting conservative groups. He said it was odd for the IRS commissioner was at the White House so much as it isn't their place. Ingraham cited the top officials who knew about this and questioned plausible deniability. He said the White House should have known about the IG's report. He decried the lack of holding the White House accountable has evaporated with the Obama White House. Ingraham pointed out that there are no whistle blowers or sources any more. Fleischer predicts there could be yet another scandal to erupt involving AG Eric Holder.
President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama host a concert in the East Room honoring singer-songwriter Carole King, the recipient of the 2013 Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. May 22, 2013.
King said from an early age he would imitate radio show performers. He said he could create any sort of theater of the mind. He said radio will be around forever and he listens to more radio than television.
King said Frank Sinatra was his favorite performer due to his phrasing and interpretation of songs. Sinatra would never return a call to the New York Times. King said Sinatra berated biographer Kitty Kelley. He said if he loved someone, he was very generous. Ingraham commented on Larry King's great interview with Jonathan Winters who was a decorated Marine, married for life and was a very quick thinker.
King works with the world's richest man, Carlos Slim with Hulu. His sons are 13 and 14. He misses doing big stories and callers.
Engelbrecht said after her group was founded she was hounded by 18 different government agencies. They have the license to make gun parts but don't manufacture them. They received intrusive questionaires and a comprehensive audit. Ingraham said it was a coordinated hit.
Engelbrecht said this will be a test of getting to the truth. Her group is filing a lawsuit againstall the government intimidators.
Smith and Ingraham were emphatic on the harmful effects of the immigration bill on American citizens and taxpayers. It is due to special interests. Both decried Senator Schumer's insisting that there must be amnesty.
Ingraham and Smith both addressed Speaker Boehner's alleged commitment to comprehensive immigration reform. They noted the unions are coming out against the bill because it harms American workers.
Kristol said he couldn't vote for the 850 page immigration bill and he and Ingraham agreed that Senator Marco Rubio is either getting rolled or is playing political ball for his future. Kristol advises Rubio to talk away from this immigration bill and said Senator Jeff Sessions is leading in the correct direction.
Johnson said the state medical examiner said there are 24 fatalities and that the initial figure was too high. He said the search and rescue team is going full throttle with patience and hope the watch words of the day.
Ingraham brought up the fact that some people are saying that prayers are irrelevant.
Fallin said the area is still in search and rescue mode. President Obama has pledged help to the area which was approved last night. She cited the lack of power, water, overwhelming damage everywhere. Ingraham mentioned that there are senators now carrying on about global warming. Fallin said the Red Cross is great.