May 20, 2007

Our guests this week include:

Sandra Day O’Connor, former Supreme Court Justice
Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY), Judiciary Committee
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Judiciary Committee

Immigration compromise: The White House, Congressional Democrats and Republicans finally come to an agreement on immigration reform that would bolster border security and create a path to citizenship for illegals already in the country — but will it appease critics on the right and left?

We’ll take a look at the details of the controversial plan with two senators who were directly involved in the negotiations, Charles Schumer and Lindsey Graham. Plus, as talks over a bill to fund the war in Iraq continue, will the Senate make good on its promise to fully fund the troops in Iraq by Memorial Day? And just around the corner: Senator Schumer is calling for a vote of no-confidence in Alberto Gonzales--what will that resolution mean for the embattled Attorney General?

Plus, an exclusive interview with former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. The court’s first ever female justice has been extremely active since she left the bench last January-serving on the Iraq Study Group, speaking out against increased criticism of judges and launching a new initiative to teach American youth about the judicial system.

What does O’Connor think about the increasing vitriol over “activist judges,” how is she attempting to fight back, and what are her thoughts on the current court? The only living retired Supreme Court Justice is only on FOX News Sunday.

Our FNS Power Panel joins us for an always lively discussion:

Brit Hume of FOX News,
Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard,
Juan Williams of National Public Radio,
• and Mara Liasson of National Public Radio.

The panel will discuss the congressional immigration compromise and its political prospects as well as look back at this week’s Fox Republican Presidential debate.

Finally, our power player of the week has been one of the most vocal individuals in the U.S. Congress during the last 20 years — longtime House Reading Clerk-Paul Hays.

So check your local listings and we'll see you on the next FOX News Sunday,

Chris Wallace