Author: Greg

Holiday Gifts

Get someone you love the Gutfeld Hoodie and leather bound collectors edition of “How to be Right” and receive $10 off your order. Other fun gifts available are the new How to be Right Mugs, T-shirts and Hats. For more go to Greg’s...

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LIVE Signing TONIGHT with GREG GUTFELD: Dec 9, 2015 8pm EST

If you missed Greg on his last tour, then now’s your chance to tune in and join him for his first Live Signing. If you’d like to join in the conversation, then you must first register by purchasing a copy of his new book “How to be Right, the Art of Being Persuasively Correct” REGISTER HERE if you’d like to join in the discussion this evening For more information on the Live Signing go...

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Video: Watch Chapter 12 from How to be Right

Successful liberals live by conservative values. It’s true. The liberal musician, the liberal chef, the liberal writer — all swear by things conservatives love, like competition, earned reward, and, yes, profit and the bottom line. Watch this excerpt from Chapter 12 here. Greg Gutfeld, bestselling author of, “How To Be Right: The Art of Being Persuasively Correct”, explains. ORDER “How to Be...

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Gut Check: A Fast and Sloppy Review of Trump’s Saturday Night Live

Donald Trump’s hosting gig was neither a big win or a horrible loss for DT–which ultimately makes it a victory for him. Some thoughts: -If you haven’t watched SNL in a while, you might have been confused. After decades of practice, you’d think it’d be a well-oiled machine, but it’s still a slapped together mess–proof that they write and rewrite the sketches up till the end. The only polish comes in the pre-produced segments. Everything else seems chaotic and rushed… -Until Donald enters, and slows it all down to a stilted manufactured cameo. It’s not the fault of anyone in particular. Watch the show, and you can sense the deal that was made: Donald will appear briefly in skits, get to review of script, there will be no heavy lifting, only a bare minimum (if any) of rehearsal, and Ivanka gets invited. Which makes perfect sense: He is running for President, after all. But it was clear Donald loomed larger than the ensemble – in fact, the show. Which is why… -The actors at times seemed awkward or distracted. Generally, everyone can be caught once in a while reading the cue cards, but here, it was constant. Perhaps because… -The writing seemed deliberately muted. As if no one wanted the show to be great as the show could be–because it might help Trump. On twitter, I compared it to...

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Gut Check: The Pleasures of P.J.

As you read this, I will be on a bus somewhere between PA and Ohio hawking a book. I can’t use the bus toilet (we aren’t allowed), which pretty much negates the principle of a bus toilet. Instead we use the Cracker Barrel Restroom, which happens to be the name of my next metal band. But today, I write about P.J. O’Rourke, who appeared on my show Sunday night. I write about him, because I don’t think he realizes who he actually is. P.J. might be the most influential writer of the modern age, but he neither acts like it, or really cares if it’s true, or not. Can you think of anyone else who had a heavier impact? Seriously? He was really the first to inject non-liberal hilarity into political discourse, true. But more important, he was able to yank conservatives out of the hands of the humorless and shrill, and make such writing accessible to confused weirdos like me. He paved a way for freaks like me. I try my best to camouflage my fanboy adulation around P.J., but the fact is–he changed my life. I idolized him. When my late and dearly missed mother first bought that National Lampoon for me in the mid-70’s– when I was sick as a dog, sitting out a day of fifth grade–it scared the crap out of me. Half of...

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