Laura Ingraham hosted Craig Shirley.
Shirley said what people forget about the Simpson-Mazzoli act is that there were far fewer immigrants in play and that this was the time of the Cold War. Reagan didn't want to hand them a political hammer to hit the US with. He also noted that the immigrants coming to the US during Reagan's time were refugees. He said the Simpson-Mazzoli rules were ignored and that Reagan believed in the delicate balance of the Constitution. He said coming here for a better life is not a sifficient excuse to become a US citizen or to work in the US. He added that Reagan also favored the export of our ideas to build freedom and capitalism in their nations.
Shirley said Jeb Bush isn't Ronald Reagan and that he was despised by the GOP elites and wasn't a beloved figure at first. He deemed Bush is a watered down version of his father and brother. He said conservatives need to infiltrate the party apparatus to get power. Ingraham pointed to the GOP abandoning the culture, ceding it to the liberals and that the consequences are stark with the family, faith and country under attack.