Laura Ingraham hosted Tim Aker of UKIP.
Aker said people are waking up to the dangers of ISIS and said UKIP is the fastest growing party as Brits want their politicians to put Britain first. UKIP wants change now and Nigel Farage's challenge to Nick Clegg is proof of this. He predicts control of borders, restoration of British sovereignty and respect for the rule of law. Ingraham wishes that the UKIP philosophy would be taken up in the US and that we need people such as Aker and Farage here. Aker said UKIP was born from the bottom up to challenge the elites of politics and business who are prospering as the working class suffers. He criticized PM David Cameron's failures on controlling immigration. He slammed the increase in homegrown terrorists, especially using young girls for their evil purposes.