Laura Inraham hosted Newt Gingrich.
Gingrich said whether Obamacare or the economy or foreign policy, Americans want solutions and leadership from beyond the establishment. He compared the new conservatives to Barry Goldwater or Ronald Reagan.
Gingrich sees a steady shift toward thngs conservatives would have found intolberable a decade ago. Ingraham replied that those with conservative social values will be shunned as intolerant in society from secularists.
Gingrich stated that Obama is under great pressure from his base to perform, even beyond the massive campaigning for failed programs such as Obamacare as the public doesn't realize the problems on the horizon. Ingraham pointed to the number of people who are getting their health care canceled. Gingrich said in the age of celebrity, someone such as Obama can convince people of anything, regardless of the merits.