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Gutcheck: Greg’s Amazing, Awesome Supertips for the Brand New Year!!

If there’s one thing you can count on, it’s advice from people like me, who love giving tips that I’d never actually use in real life. But I give advice because it puts pressure on myself to actually act on the same suggestions – because I know, as a flaming hypocrite, I probably won’t.

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Gut Check – 2015: The Year in Denial

If there’s one overarching theme you can stamp all over the ass of this exiting year, it’s denial. We saw experts denying political phenomena, politicians denying apocalyptic threats, activists denying facts (replaced by mob-approved figments), students denying their own adulthood, in favor of infantile regression. In sum, 2015 was a horrible year, mainly because we denied what was making it so horrible.

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Gut Check: Twitter Beats Terror

If our lack of attention and ambivalence forbids us from obsessing over one horrific crime for at least 48 hours, how can we actually convince a country to fight an existential threat responsible for that horrific crime?

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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.

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Gut Check: 10 Predictions for the Democrat Debate Tonight

1. HILLARY WILL INITIALLY LAUGH LIKE A DRUNKEN FAIRGROUND HARLEQUIN But it will be followed by an awkward silence, then she will address the moderator with a canned statement, and the world yawns. It won’t work, for anyone. 2. JIM

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Gut Check: The Jim Gaffigan Show — A Puffy James Dean

Since, like most people these days, I only watch a show in one multi-hour clump of multiple episodes, head resting on a folded pillow, eating dark chocolate almonds under the false assumption they’re healthier (the almonds fill up space where the chocolate is, I tell my wife), I finally caught up with the entire season of the Jim Gaffigan Show.

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Gut Check: Trump’s Plus, and Minus

Let’s begin with the late Andrew Breitbart’s often repeated quote: Politics is downstream from culture. Meaning, culture influences politics, not the reverse – and until conservatives figure out a way to take the culture back from the left, we cannot win.

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Gutcheck: When No Lives Matter

On Monday, a lowly cable network known for bleeding viewers had a talking head on that remarked on the “enormity” of grief that followed the murder of a white Texas deputy by a black dude in a gas station.

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Gut Check: The Trump Speech Donald Trump Should Make (to Me)

We’re all a**holes. I’ve just decided to do it in public, while you do it – mostly – at home. You, Gutfeld – are an a**hole, too. Admit it, as you write this very sentence. You. Are. An. A**hole. I’ve met you and your wife. I honestly do not know how she puts up with you. She’s a great gal. Fabulous. What she’s doing with you, an aging dwarf – astounds me. Seriously, have her call me.

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Gutcheck: Five Books From a Five Guy

Because it’s summer, and you’re supposed to spend a fair portion of it sweating under the blinding sun, devouring antiquated things called books – I figure I’d offer you my reading list so far. But instead of writing typical reviews for these following five tomes, I’m just gunna tell you what each book made me think about, and why.

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GUTCHECK: Dana’s Smash Hit. The Gutfeld Interview

GREG GUTFELD: SINCE THIS IS YOUR FIRST BOOK, HOW TERRIFIED WERE YOU OF FAILING MISERABLY (I HAVE READ THE BOOK ALREADY, AND KNOW THAT IT’S REALLY GREAT, AND WILL SELL TONS). HOW DID YOU PLAN IT OUT? WAS IT HARD TO GET STARTED?

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Gutcheck: In Praise of the Unheard Musician

As South by Southwest terminates in its usual glut of pudgy arm tattoos, over priced craft beer, and beta male posturing, I must wonder, how do bands get popular these days?

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The End of an Error

The title of this piece is exactly what I said, when a coworker reacted with surprise about my recent exit from the wonderful show, Redeye. I said, “it’s the end of an error,” when of course, I meant, “era.”

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Gut Check: Your Own Personal Blasphemy

I noticed it first when a person said to me, “I used to like your work, until you said X.” The “X” could have been a joke or comment about pets or musicians — but for the offended, it was enough for them to disown their previous opinions of me forever.

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Gut Check: Cartoonish Behavior

Forgive me if a march for unity leaves me cold. It should be a march for war. This is not a time for a call for unity under the guise of tolerance, but for a unity of will – a collective fortitude necessary to destroy a movement that wants to destroy us. Most people get this. The media, not so much.

GUTCHECK: Why Sony Should Scare You

GUTCHECK: Why Sony Should Scare You

I hate the news right now, because websites, TV shows, and blogs are all reporting on the Sony emails – poring over the content, sucking out the juiciest bits and spitting them our way. Accidentally, I’ll get one right in

Gut Check: Gutfeld’s Records of the Year 2014

Gut Check: Gutfeld’s Records of the Year 2014

Anyone who reads my list of favorite records knows I’m an old punk who over the years has drifted into psychedelic and acid rock, and there is no turning back for me. To me, all music should be psychedelic: if

Gutcheck: Review: Portlandia Season Four

Gutcheck: Review: Portlandia Season Four

The fourth season of “Portlandia,” the brilliant show created by Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, is now available on NetFlix, and it’s better than it has ever been – systematically devastating in its portrayal of modern American malaise, pretension, and ego – and funny

Gut Check: The Race Race

Gut Check: The Race Race

As political races loom and gloom sets in among democrats, the topic of racism heats up. Race warfare is the weapon you grab when it looks really, really bad. The sad part: it works! While racism exists (everywhere), the notion

Gut Check: Pain Relievers

Gut Check: Pain Relievers

I hate self-help books, and yet I realize, when I begin a sentence with, “I hate self-help books,” it’s because I’m about to make a sharp turn with, “But this book is different.” Yes, it’s true. Sadly, I am now

Gut Check: So, Where Do Death Panels Come From?

Gut Check: So, Where Do Death Panels Come From?

Ezekiel Emanuel, a primary mastermind of Obamacare, wants you to know that he wishes to die at 75. So, PLEASE, don’t try to stop him. LET HIM GO.  I KNOW… it’s hard. He’s a swell guy. In his recent pseudo-controversial article

Gut Check: Panic Buttons

Gut Check: Panic Buttons

He was all over the news, roughly a month or so ago: Kent Brantly, the doctor whocontracted Ebola in Africa. But since he’s been discharged from Emory University Hospital weeks ago–when wesaw him hugging hospital staffers and reuniting with his