Laura Ingraham hosted Newt Gingrich.
Gingrich pointed out that immigration is Obama's weakest polling area and taht this puts Democrats into a tough position. He said the GOP has an easy proposition: if you want the rule of law, vote GOP. He wouldn't go into impeachment. He noted even Democrats who think they are safe will feel threatened.
Gingrich spoke of opportunity denied and talked about how rules for pro-profit schools that are not applied to public schools. He cited how regular colleges are out of reach for those who are working or have other time constraints. He said this is typical of the DC bureaucrats.
Gingrich said this administration has flunked the task of controlling the border and that there are others besides Latinos crossing the border. He praised Governor Rick Perry's job on border control. Ingraham said there are no teeth in the House bill. He praised Senator Jeff Sessions continued challenges to the administration's policies on immigration.
Ingraham challenged Gingrich on his support for Lamar Alexander and asked if he was supporting him as a friend rather than the best candidate.