Laura Ingraham hosted Congressman Jim Bridenstine of Oklahoma.
Bridenstine commented on divided government by stating that the founders foresaw this and thus made the Constitution to have very limited, ennumerated powers. Ingraham responded that this is all well and good but that the powerful aren't following it and many citizens are frustrated by government overreach.
Bridenstine pointed to the 14th Amendment being used to justify national same-sex marriage instead of leaving it to the states. Ingraham pointed out that the liberal media machine swamps the airwaves.
Bridenstine commented on the potential successor to Senator Tom Coburn and said he's weighing his options as to whether to run for Coburn's Senate seat. He stated that the family is the most basic form of government. He is very concerned about the debt ceiling and is favored by the Tea Party. Ingraham stated that whoever runs needs the numbers to beat the establishment candidates. Bridenstine said the incentive structure needs to change.