George said that the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court decision does only apply to closely held corporations. He said faith communities differ in their opinions as to whether religious values apply to the public as well as the private sphere and that this decision will annoy those for separation of church and state. George said the RIFA has a high legal bar to be met. Ingraham and George agreed that this case will be used politically as it is a split 5-4 decision on a controversial issue such as contraception and the difference in the majority and minority opinions of Justice Alito and Justice Ginsburg respectively.
Laura Ingraham hosted Ed Klein, author of Blood Feud: The Clintons Vs. The Obamas.
Klein said he has multiple sources for his books and they speak to him as they take pride in being close to important people. He pointed to the rift between Oprah Winfrey and the Obamas as she stated there is always an agenda with the Obamas. He said Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama had battles over foreign policy as he often overruled Clinton.
Klein said Valerie Jarrett is the third person in the Obamas' relationship and that Michelle Obama looks down on her husband, putting him down in front of others. He said Bill Clinton essentially got Obama re-elected with the promise that the Obamas would back Clinton. He said a lot of the leftists in the Democrat Party would like Elizabeth Warren, but that Hillary Clinton is almost a lock.
Lynch commented on the latest Gallup poll where respondents said they want a decrease, not an increase in immigration. He spoke about the havoc in his child's school with the huge number of immigrants who aren't assimilating. Both he and Ingraham commented on people fleeing these schools and the lack of commonality in the country. Lynch said the children flooding into the US should be sent right back home. Both castigated politicians such as Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, etc. who are undercutting the American workers. Lynch noted the large number of American children living in poverty that aren't being taken care of. Ingraham commented on the amount of money that is being spent at the taxpayers expense on schools, health care and social services.
Camarota said that six million new jobs were created that all went to the foreign born and none to the American citizens. He said lots of immigrants are hardworking but not more so than citizens and native born citizens are more likely to work than immigrants. 35% of immigrants get benefits while 25% of citizens do.
Shirley said Reagan talked to the American people as no other politician did that brought people into the fold, a coalition of shared values. He compared Thad Cochran's message of more government versus Reagan's for less freedom. He said candidates should appeal to people's highest aspirations.
Shirley said that Reagan had a coherent message and program while the Bushes broke that up which created the current schism in the GOP. He thinks it's time to discuss a third party as a bargaining chip to the GOP power base.
The Ingraham Angle with Laura Ingraham focused on Marine Andrew Tahmooressi, jailed in Mexico on a bogus weapons charge.
Ingraham reported that Tahmooressi's situation is a bit more hopeful with a new loawyer, but with no assistance from the State Department to Mexico.
Ingraham responded to President Bill Clinton and Vice-President Dick Cheney going after one another over Iraq. She described their spat as a draw. Both Ingraham and O'Reilly noted that they supported the invasion of Iraq and recommended not relitigating old wars and scandals as this isn't where the electorate will be.
Schlafly said the blacks have been betrayed by the push for comprehensive immigration reform and the influx of children via DACA. She said Hillary Clinton is the only prominent person to say the children should be sent back to their home countries.
Schlafly and Ingraham commented on a Karl Rove piece deeming the Tea Party dead and spoke of earlier fights with Barry Goldwater over Nelson Rockefeller and Ronald Reagan over George H.W. Bush. Ingraham spoke of the creation of the new conservative movement. She feels a third party would be a terrible idea and that choices can be made in the primaries. She thinks the grassroots will reject Jeb Bush as the 2016 due to his positions on Common Core and immigration. She said everything President Obama is doing flies in the face of the achievements of Ronald Reagan.
Riley said that the point of his book is that minority families future won't be improved by a black man in the White House but in their own homes and that our government can't take care of all the families' needs. He said there was lower black unemployment under the Clinton and Bush administrations than the Obama administration. Ingraham said there were more manufacturing jobs. Riley said that immigrants not only take jobs, but also spend money, stimulating the economy. He thinks school choice will help black educational achievement. He said the GOP needs a concerted outreach effort to minority voters. c
Laura Ingraham hosted Jenni White, opponent of Oklahoma's Common Core which has been overturned.
White started to investigate Common Core in 2010 and was troubled by the standards and how they were sequenced. She said that the government wants rigorous standards and feels the way to do this is to cram down curriculum that is best suited for older students. She said there are bureaucrats rather than parents are making critical decisions - and added that she has chosen to homeschool her children. While her children wouldn't be subjected to these standards, she is concerned about the fedealization of all apsects of our lives.
Zmirak said there is very little in the Catholic catechnism about immigration and that there are far more important issues and catechesis. He said it's fashionable for many more conservative Catholics to appear balanced. He noted that immigrants have obligations such as obeying the law, respecting the culture and it is an act of mercy, not justice to take in illegal immigrants. Ingraham cited to toll it will take on the middle class who have seen their wages and jobs decline. Zmirak said people can see the benefits an immigrant can get by being in this country but not the harm caused to millions of taxpayers and citizens and says it's akin to being pro-choice as one can see the pregnant mother but not the baby hidden in the womb. Ingraham said the immigrants have responded to our government and leaders prompts to come here.
Malkin praised Ingraham's efforts to defeat Majority Leader Eric Cantor with her support for challenger Dave Brat. She and Ingraham noted how prescient gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo of Colorado has been on immigration and standing up to the establishment who have misled on so many of the issues, being bought off. Ingraham added they insult the voters' intelligence and Malkin said any freedom agenda progress has been from others. Ingraham predicted that Colorado could go the way of California which Tancredo could be a ballast against.
Malkin predicts that Senator Cockran will lose in the runoff in Mississippi to Chris McDaniel. Both she and Ingraham are supporting NY Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney versus Richard Hanna in New York 22nd district and asked where the women are to support her.