GLENN: You know, a really good example, we're just talking about Austin, Texas. Just a great city. Great city. And some of the greatest cities in America are these big progressive cities. The problem is the progress takes over like California, and they destroy it because they're not good at law and order. They're not good at understanding business and taxes and everything else. They're good at all of the arts and the beauty and everything else. They're really good at that. And that's why all the great cities in America, I think, are progressive cities because they look great. They're beautiful. They're fun to be in. But once you're there, you see what sanctuary cities become just a city of disorder. And you can't do business there. You don't want to live there because of all of the laws. The conservatives are good at law and order, and they're also good at freedom of leave me alone. And if we can just go back to a time when we were getting together and be, like, okay. You can bring that to the community and leave me alone on all the rest of the stuff, and I'll leave you alone. If we can just leave each other alone, we would be fine. But progressive cities want to control you. And that's the problem. Lori, quickly, you're on the Glenn Beck Program.
CALLER: Hi, Glenn, yes, you know, my husband and I are looking to move to Texas or Boise, Idaho, but now listening to you today, I'm not sure where to turn. We want to get out of California. We're heading towards Texas or Boise, Idaho. But after listening to you today, I just don't know.
PAT: Still better.
GLENN: Texas is great. I have a ranch in Idaho, so I live in the summer in Idaho, and I love Idaho. Just know that the progressives from California have transformed Boise, Idaho and have also started to take a route here in Texas. We need good conservatives to move in and be strong and push back because the Californians have destroyed California and now they're, like, oh, I hate California for what it's turned into but look at this place. It's beautiful. Let's turn it into California.