Businesses such as grocery stores and fast-food restaurants are increasingly turning to technology to address higher employee costs, particularly demands for a $15 an hour minimum wage. RedState contributor Brandon Morse says labor interests are increasingly calling for consumers to boycott the self-checkout machines that came about as a result of higher wage demands. He says minimum wage jobs are meant to be entry level or temporary. You can't make it your career and expect a living wage. Brandon also discusses the picture that's gone viral of Tennessee college graduate Brenna Spencer, wearing a pro-Trump t-shirt and a holstered pistol. Originally aired on Cam & Co 04/10/18.