Greg Gutfeld

Greg Gutfeld, is a co-host on Fox News’ The Five and the host of Red Eye.

 

Why Libs Love Dead Commies

 

The quickest way for a commie asshole to gain weepy fans is to die. This is something I’m willing to accept, as long as it happens regularly. But it’s no surprise that when someone truly awful dies, the cool break out in reverence. Which is what happened when Hugo Chávez croaked. On that day in […]

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Funny Games

 

This article appears in the new December 2007/January 2008 issue of The American Spectator, which celebrates our 40th anniversary. To subscribe to our monthly print edition, click here. AS I’VE MENTIONED before, my first job out of college was here at The American Spectator. I was a young punk at 22, with a crew cut, […]

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A Rotten Affair

 

This article appears in the new October 2007 issue of The American Spectator. To subscribe to our monthly print edition, click here. IT’S A REALLY SAD THING when a 14-year-old boy is a head taller than you, but for me, it’s not just sad, it’s a reality. My nephew Garrett, whom I haven’t seen in […]

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The Cretin Hop

 

This article appears in the September 2007 issue of The American Spectator. To subscribe to our monthly print edition, click here. “EXCUSE ME, CAN I TAKE YOUR PICTURE?” The man asking this question is tattooed and lizard-like, dressed completely in black, with horribly manicured facial hair. You can guess he works for a free paper, […]

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Mother’s Day at Pier 1

 

This article appears in July/August 2007 issue of The American Spectator. To subscribe to our monthly print edition, click here. IF THERE IS A BETTER WAY TO SPEND a Sunday in May than at Mamapalooza, the “Creativity and Lifestyles Conference, 2007,” then don’t bother telling me, because it’s too late. I discovered the event, entirely […]

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What Do I Know?

 

This article appears in the new May 2007 issue of The American Spectator. To subscribe to our monthly print edition, click here. THEY TELL YOU TO WRITE what you know. And officially, I now know nothing. This is what happens, I imagine, to anyone who ends up on television. Television is like becoming a drunk, […]

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Sick As Usual

 

This article appears in the April 2007 issue of The American Spectator. To subscribe to our monthly print edition, click here. HERE I AM, now in New York City, having moved from London to launch a TV show for Fox News — and the welcome gift I receive is mycoplasma pneumoniae. I hate New York […]

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Looking Stupid

 

This article appears in the new March issue of The American Spectator. To subscribe to our monthly print edition, click here. I AM GOING TO SEE a friend of mine, an underground American comic named Neil Hamburger, open for Tenacious D tonight. He’s played at sold out venues across England, from Birmingham to Manchester, and […]

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