Greg Gutfeld

Greg Gutfeld

Greg Gutfeld has been called “outrageous and outspoken,” neither of which he denies. A libertarian political satirist, humorist, magazine editor and blogger, he is perhaps best known as the host of the Fox News Channel program “Red Eye With Greg Gutfeld.” Airing at 3 a.m. ET Tuesday through Saturday, the show covers a variety of topics, including news, entertainment, sports, and gossip. Gutfeld is also a host of FNC’s “The Five,” a weekday program at 5 p.m. ET.

The Weekly Standard calls him “the most dangerous man on television.” According to the magazine, unlike other media darlings, “Gutfeld’s stuff actually is subversive, a stink bomb hurled into every faculty lounge, mainstream newsroom, movie studio, and nonprofit boardroom in America.”

Prior to joining Fox, Gutfeld was a staff writer at Prevention and editor-in-chief of Men’s Health magazine. He later became editor-in-chief of Stuff, where he increased circulation from 750,000 to 1.2 million and created controversy month after month. He helmed Maxim magazine in the U.K., and was a contributor to the Huffington Post, where he became legendary for his “inspired, lunatic ridicule of his leftwing fellow Huffers.” He’s been published in countless magazines, has appeared in too many profiles to mention, and was only fingerprinted once.

He currently blogs on his own site, The Daily Gut, as well as Big Hollywood.com, where he writes about the news and pop culture of the day, from a conservative libertarian humorous slant. He’s appeared on dozens of TV shows, as a regular on “The O’Reilly Factor,” while also stopping by on Dennis Miller’s radio show and spots on “Opie and Anthony.”

He is the author of four books, among them, “The Bible of Unspeakable Truths,” which garnered praise and pithy quotes from the likes of Dennis Miller, Mike Huckabee, Ann Coulter and Andrew Breitbart, founder of BigGovernment.com and Breitbart.com, who said: “Trust me, you don’t want him setting his sights on your hypocrisy and public failings.” Consider yourself warned.


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Gut Check: Panic Buttons

Fear sells more than fact. As one top doctor told me, all hospitals are obliged to test an incoming patient, to eliminate wrong diagnosis. They’d be idiots not to that. So testing someone for something is no story, since so many symptoms are similar, and you are more likely to die from something that ISN’T Ebola. (Look at the stats on diarrhea: each year it kills 760,000 children under five. Scary, but not nearly as headline-grabbing as Ebola). Newscasters love saying Ebola is exploding, and then they lower their panic when explaining that, yes, it’s not a threat to us (yet). Sep 29, 2014 3:15 PM PT

GUT CHECK: Hollywood’s Fading Brand

For the past week or so, Russell Brand and I have been jabbing at each other on the web and TV. It all began when Brand attacked Fox News Contributor and Wall Street Journal editorial board member Jason Riley for his commentary on Ferguson. Sep 5, 2014 1:40 PM PT

Gut Check: In Defense of Jerks

Make no mistake: Gene Simmons can be an irritating, egotistical asshole. But he’s a smart one. One who has made money not just for himself, but for thousands of people along his five-decade career. And he is one who speaks his mind, however wrongly. Aug 26, 2014 4:54 PM PT

Gut Check: In Praise of Mystery

When I was a teen, I used to see the VHS copy of Picnic at Hanging Rock at our local version of Blockbuster, called Captain Video. I would stare at the alluring cover -- featuring young girls in white dresses -- and silently debate renting it to myself, every damn week. Aug 5, 2014 4:53 PM PT

Gut Check: The Sleeping Policeman

We are now the country that votes "present," because those hard choices might upset or incite people who might do something really bad. It's not our fight, we say, about every fight. And you wonder why there are more fights. We used to understand such risks. That small matters when confronted, as a group, can prevent bigger matters. Now we see everything as "not our business," without taking the next step and asking, "Then whose business is it?" Jul 20, 2014 7:03 AM PT

Gut Check: Ode to the Bar Owner in a Small Town

After being away from this little town outside of Lake Tahoe for at least 3 decades, I sensed a change. A once dusty, mountain-littered, gritty little shit-kicking town was now swamped with luxury cabins owned by Obama voters and Norcal Landlords (one and the same, likely). They don’t fit the clichéd landlord, for they only ask that you not wear shoes on the expensive paneled floors and wash the bedding afterward. Don’t flush things wider than your arm. Jul 2, 2014 7:29 PM PT

The Killing: David Wain's 'They Came Together'

It's one thing to complain about something. It's a better thing to do something about it. David Wain, with his latest film They Came Together, did something beyond dismissing the cliches and lies that construct the typical romantic comedy. He went out, bought a gun, and shot it in its face. Jun 30, 2014 12:04 PM PT

Raise a Glass to Felix Dennis

Publishing baron, billionaire philanthropist, best-selling author, drug addict, intellectual, genius poet, copious wine drinker, whoring titan, and scary but lovable boss Felix Dennis died over the weekend in his home in England after a few years battling rotten, rotten cancer. If they say cats lead nine lives, Felix surely did - he just happened to lead them all at once. Jun 25, 2014 12:26 PM PT

Gut Check: The Night I Shared Dinner with Reagan

The week of the tenth anniversary of Ronald Reagan's death brings me to my only Reagan story—one I've told so many times that my fingers are pretty much on auto pilot here, while my brain is thinking about the fried chicken and rice I have in the fridge. Focus, Greg. Jun 5, 2014 12:03 PM PT

Gut Check: Jackie Gutfeld

I first met my mom on September 12th, 1964, in a room at Mills Hospital in San Mateo, California. I have no memory of it, but I can imagine no better person to welcome a fearful little ball of fury into the world. I’m sure there was a lot of screaming. Her smile made it okay. May 27, 2014 10:49 AM PT

Gut Check: Save the Lectures

In the interest of time (I’m nearly a half century old and have fewer years ahead than I’ve already swallowed up), I do my best to avoid black holes: what I call “time-suck” stories that are so murky and slippery you can’t make heads or tails of them. These stories are often most attractive precisely because their messiness lets you make them into anything you want. Apr 30, 2014 2:23 PM PT

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