Ingraham reacted to Carol Costello of CNN's salacious coverage of Sarah Palin's daughter Bristol's alleged involvement in a family brawl. She noted that if this had been the daughter of a revered liberal figure in such a situation. She also wonders why a serious news network would want to cover such a story when there are serious news stories galore to be addressed.
Laura Ingraham hosted Scott Brown, Senate candidate for New Hampshire.
Brown said people are concerned about their jobs, wages and securing the border. He said President Obama's policies are incoherent and anti-American worker and will look into how to cut off funding for these executive orders to increase immigration. Ingraham said Brown speaks for American workers.
Ingraham slammed the Democrats obsessions with the war on women and amnesty and Brown agreed that women aren't single issue voters.
Scalise said the Obama administration is doing bite sized "solutions" to the Ebola crisis and railed against the incompetence of the whole operation. He slammed Dr. Frieden's lack of clear communication and coherence from the CDC. He noted the CDC has gotten a 200% increase in spending even as the politicians say it is underfunded.
Scalise criticized Obama saying the Ebola crisis is a dry run for the next crisis as a silver lining. He also will oppose bringining in foreing workers and is against Obama's executive order plans for mass immigration.
Abbott refused to take in an illegal immigrant center as it is offensive to legal immigrants. He claimsed the ACLU has been problematic, undermining the moral and civil authority. He said his opponent is for illegal immigration while he wants a GOP that protects the citizens. Abbott said he's been endorsed by Latino groups.
McCaul said border security is the top issue in Texas and among the top three nationally. He presented his own plan as he has served on Homeland Security issues. He said his plan strives for 100% border control. He stated that he's working with the Pentagon to bring back border equipment from Afghanistan.
McCaul will lead the fight against President Obama's coming executive amnesty. Ingraham said the US needs years of border lockdown. He said we need to protect Americans jobs, but thinks we need to keep foreign students because there aren't enough Americans interested in STEM jobs.
Ingraham commented on President Obama's remarks on Al Sharpton's show in which he declared that Democrats are all on board for his policies which she said was all about his feelings being hurt because people are over him. She stated that Obamaism is over in America and he can't deal with it. She said this clip is a gift to the GOP, but warned that the GOP has to stand for something if they hope to grow the party.
Ingraham also commented on disciplined government workers getting paid while off the job at home. She said this ia an example of government run amuck and fails the people.
Ingraham said there will be an establishment candidate, probably Jeb Bush and a conservative candidate.
Rosin said in regard to sexting, boys reaction to the images are a brief type versus what a real encounter would be like. She said that regular texting can be flirtation, but under pressure girls and boys will send pictures under pressure. Rosin suggested that unauthorized distribution of sext images should be made illegal even as students be allowed to sext. She said most sexts are harmless while Ingraham recommended that students go on dates and socialize.
Guillory said it is foolish to not place restrictions on people coing into the US from Ebola effected nations. He and Ingraham agreed the appointment of political operative Ron Klain was done for political reasons, not to inform the nation. Both agreed with Senator Ron Paul that the GOP should spend time courting the African-American vote. Ingraham added they should put forth substantive policies and not just have a negative message constantly.
Laura Ingraham hosted Congressman Billy Long of Missouri's 7th District.
Long stated Dr. Frieden and Dr. Fauci aren't looking out for the safety of US citizens. He pointed out that African countries are shutting their borders and using quarantines to prevent the disease spread. Ingraham said liberal commentators are more worried about what will happen in Africa than what will happen here. She noted that the World Health Organization has admitted that they have botched the Ebola fight in Africa and yet these are the "experts" President Obama quotes for policy and strategy.
Long said he also favors closing the US borders as Ingraham spoke of the outbreak of the enterovirus since the flood of illegal immigrants into the US or others that aren't screened. Long finds it repulsive that we can't close our borders to protect the US due to political correctness.
Malone said that there are lots of groups that have a stake in not expediting the foreign STEM workers. He said Silicon Valley is a mashup of big companies and hot start ups. He said many people who are considered STEM workers aren't really trained for tech and many are middle aged with rusty skills. Ingraham said ur American students should be fast tracked before foreign students. Ingraham said we improve matters in America by hiring Americans first and noted our workers aren't getting hired by other nations.
Ingraham said the US has made some gains in Syria, but that ISIS hasn't in the main been thwarted in Iraq. O'Reilly compared General Patton's straight talk and truth telling to the political speak from current Pentagon leaders. She predicted that people will again be turned off by American military involvement done poorly.
Ingraham agreed with O'Reilly that CDC's Dr. Frieden has been ineffective in messaging during the Ebola crisis. She asked if Americans will have to die for President Obama to secure the borders.