Laura Ingraham hosted Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky.
Paul, on climate change, noted the shifts in climate over the existence of the Earth and that the global warming crowd is taking a sliver of time and extrapolating the data to make long erm projections.
On unemployment Paul stated that statistics show that employers tend to hire those who have been out of work the shortest period of time and that we need to figure out how to grow the economy and to get people back to work and off unemployment. He and Ingraham pointed ot the irony of President Obama castigating the GOP on jobless benefits but whose policies against coal mining have hurt his state.
Paul commented that Obamacare problems will help the GOP by the party putting forth more workable solutions based on competition.
Paul commented on Congress members who favor the data mining and privacy invasions of the NSA and feels the rhetoric has been over the top and that a judge should be involved in warrants for information on citizens.
Paul supports the idea Ron Johnson's lawsuit against the administration's use of executive orders and signing statements.
Paul agrees with his father Ron Paul that new Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is a negative as she supports more quatitative easing.