Laura Ingraham hosted Scott Honour, primary gubernatorial candidate in Minnesota on August 12th.
Honour said he didn't want the GOP's endorsement and said he's the only primary candidate speaking about the immigration crisis in the US. He said 173 unaccompanied minors have been sent to Minnesota. He said his opponents are not speaking out on the issue and want to stick to the status quo. He said Rep. Keith Ellison has asked that state funds be used for these minors.
Blackburn spoke about revisions to DACA so that the government would evaluate children in Honduras so they can come to the US, get benefits and citizenship evantually. Both Ingraham and Blackburn agreed that DACA should be frozen back to the pre-2012 executive order. Ingraham said that not one cent should be allotted to this as none of these candidates are refugees. She praised Senators Sessions, Cruz and Blackburn and said Speaker Boehner needs to be called out for not standing firm against new funding and that repatriation should be taking place instread.
Laura Ingraham hosted David Perdue, GOP Senate candidate from Georgia.
Perdue said there are two issues animating Georgians: the economy and the immigration crisis. Ingraham and Perdue agreed that his primary opponent Jack Kingston's Chamber of Commerce endorsement worked against Kingson. Ingraham noted his Democratic opponent Michelle Nunn is for comprehsnsive immigration reform and that voters will be sensitive the effects of this will have on Georgians lives are winning campaign issues. Perdue said we are already bringing in more immigrants than while polling indicates Americans want a decrease in immigration of all sorts. He is anti Common Core and wants education dollars back to the states.
Patrick reported on a 29 year old illegal alien who opened fire on law enforcement and border patrol agents with 600,000 crimes being committed by these illegal criminals. He said any legislation that doesn't focus on border security will only allow an increase in crime and flooding the job market to reduce wages and jobs for Americans. He condemned both parties for putting political interests over Americans' interests.
La Jeunesse explained that the GOP wants a bill that expedites deportation within ten days of the recent influx of illegal immigrants while the Democrats want money for legal representation and other benefits. Ingraham pointed out that these children have not been trafficked but rather were here of free will courtesy of smugglers. He said the law will have to be amended, but that the US already has the most liberal immigration laws in the world.
D'Souza said it's been a fun and feisty few weeks with the elites trying to subvert his book and film America. His book which had been taken off the shelves at CostCo and due to the backlash from customers, the book is going back on the shelves. He also stated that search engine irregularities on Google which have now been fixed. He also spoke to those on the left who have said he has had an unusual amount of clout in these reversals. He stated that the left who dominates academia and the media, have a skewed and warped view of American history in which they leave out the majority of the facts in their renderings of US history.
Laura Ingraham hosted Joe Carr, primary challenger to Senator Lamar Alexander.
Carr spoke of how Alexander is working against regular Americans and for La Raza and foreign workers. Ingraham said politicians are lazy, unlike the Ameircan people even as they insult Americans by saying they don't work hard. She described the vitriole the Democrats and Obama employ to demean with name calling. Carr said the far left works for the elites, against the American Dream and way fo life. He described Alexander as being akin to the plaid shiert he campaigned on, full of mouths. He noted Alexander has almost no legislation to his name and won't debate Carr. He stated that Alexander's endorsements are as bland as he is.
Spakovsky said the subsidies that the federal government would provide for health care exchanges run for states, according to the DC Circuit Court which is vacating the IRS rule on this all. This will have to go to the Supreme Court for an overruleing. He said the administration lost on the HHS mandate.
Bristol said Joe Carr has had a history of fighting from a principled standpoint and often wins. He said Alexander was one of the few who stood with President Obama on pollution and couldn't convince the audience of his position and hasn't been on his show for two years. He stated that Carr would be a formidible debater to go up against.
Bristol said Alexander is well funded, but has voted consistently with President Obama on TARP, immigration reform, cash for clunkers, etc.. He is running a campaign to ignore Joe Carr while Carr and his friends are campaigning to win.
Griffin and Ingraham commented on Gaza looking to blanket Israel with rockets and the tunnel networks under Gaza City for smuggling and attacks. She compared the Qassam rockets to rockets that can hit all parts of Israel which raises the stakes for Israel. Griffin spoke of the missiles Iran put into Lebanon to attack Israel.
Ingraham and Griffin spoke of UN Secretary Powers full throated presendation of the case against Russia and Putin over the MH17 plane crash over the Ukraine while President Obama has been out fundraising and entertaining during multiple crises in the Middle East, Ukraine and the US border invastion.
Griffin said this provocation in the Ukraine was started by Russia under Putin's direction - in essence stooges for Putin, not rebels. Ingraham noted the energy pipelines from Russia to European nations and thus Europe won't do anything of substance against Putin, making NATO look like a farce. She also commented on Obama's frosty relationship with Israel's Netanyahu. middle east