Laura Ingraham was guest host on "The O'Reilly Factor" on June 25th. The "Talking Points" memo was about the Supreme Court's ruling on Arizona's immigration law SB 1070 in which she explained the court's decision. She noted the public is more in favor of border protection over immigration reform.
Ingraham spoke to Kris Kobach who wrote the oaw and Chuck Rocha. Rocha favors immigration reform. Kobach said the decision was a partial victory with the approval of stopping of potential illegal immigrants and ICE called. Ingraham countered that there is no will to enforce the immigration laws by the Obama administration. Ingraham asked Rocha about the burden illegal aliens place on the American population and why it is only Latinos that are favored here. She said both parties are complicit in neglecting these laws. Kobach noted the large number of crimes committed by illegals and that empathy needs the Supreme Court's upcoming decision on to go both ways.
Ingraham talked Mary Katherine Ham and Juan Williamsto about the Supreme Court's ruling on Thursday on ObamaCare. Williams said that there are positive parts of the legislation that could not be struck down except the mandate to purchase health care. Ingraham said President Obama could make the argument that the health care law should be revised and reformed. Williams and Ham argued the points of the polling on the law. Ingraham pointed out that it is amazing that the constitutional challenges were not considered in passing this law.
Ingraham discussed President Obama's executive order in the "Fast and Furious" case with Marjorie Clifton and why Attorney General won't turn over the requested documents.
Ingraham talked to Pastor Robert Jeffress and David Silverman about the role of religion in society and whether an atheist could be voted president. Ingraham spoke about the "Fortnight for Faith".
Ingraham talked to Jose Vargas about coming out as an illegal alien after posing as a legal citizen for 20 years. He spoke about how his teachers helped him and empathized with his situation.