'Wilkow!' Thursday featured two segments involving the Lone Star State; one about its junior senator and the other its most famous current visitor.
"Guns & Patriots" Editor Neil McCabe first joined the show to discuss President Barack Obama's trip to Texas to promote manufacturing jobs -- and the irony that comes with that as gun makers are already planning to move to Texas after their home states passed strict gun laws. In the clip below, McCabe and Wilkow discuss the vanishing pro-gun Democrats and the left's strategy from Capitol Hill for national gun control laws:
Then Tim Graham from the Media Research Center came on to talk about Texas Sen. Ted Cruz's rising star accompanied by out-of-line attacks from the left, such as former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson saying on ABC Sunday that Cruz really shouldn't be "defined as a Hispanic." On the Senate floor Monday, Democratic Majority leader Harry Reid called Cruz a "schoolyard bully." Watch Graham and Wilkow discuss the coverage of Cruz in the media as compared to a young Obama:
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