Laura Ingraham hosted Texas AG and gubernatorial candidate Greg Abbott.
Abbott said conservatives win when they stand on what they believe in, pointing to Texas' electoral record. He touted freedom from government overreach with low taxes as a key. He explained the Democrats game plan to take over Texas as they pour in money for candidates such as Wendy Davis and later Hillary Clinton in 2016. He said if Texas goes Democrat, it's all over for conservatism and the GOP. Ingraham pointed to the lack of freedom of speech and thinks this will happen in Texas and Abbott said it's narrow though processes, which is hardly liberal in thought. He said Texas' law preserving marriage for one man and one woman, but those who promote same sex marriage are not demonized.
Abbott said the US should not be a place for people who commit crimes who are illegal aliens to run about freely. He said there will be out migration to Mexico in the energy industry. He said those coming in the US aren't all from Mexico but from other areas of the globe. Ingraham asked who is representing US citizens and decried big business bringing in foreign workers to take US jobs and depressing US wages.