Skip to comments.Red All Over: Greg Gutfeld’s politically incorrect guide to living (book review)
Posted on 07/09/2010 11:04:55 AM PDT by Albion Wilde
...Gutfeld stands out almost as much for his stunningly frank conservative/libertarian point of view as for his wit and daring...
In The Bible of Unspeakable Truths, his very funny compendium of life lessons, Gutfeld tells how he began his ideological journey rightward....
In The Bible of Unspeakable Truths, Gutfeld tells all sorts of people where to go, from journalists and assorted politicians to foreign dictators and those who go around claiming to live life to the fullest. In fact, he tends to be especially annoyed by the sense of smug satisfaction with which contemporary liberals habitually regard their own most irritating behaviors....
I’m looking forward to reading this. I love Greg, and Red Eye!
Is Red Eye still on? I can only watch on Saturday nights & it’s not been on for awhile.
It’s still on. I DVR it every day!
“Ever see an editor with a hook for a hand” ?
Now, that’s a great line...
Gutfeld is the hidden gem of Fox News. It's a damn shame he is on at 0-dark-thirty when Bill O'Blowhard, Mascara Shep Smith, Buy-My-Book Hannity and Greta van People Magazine Susteren get prime time.
Thanks! I need to get one of those new fangled gadgets.
Another book worth reading is Joe Soucheray’s “Garage Logic.” Soucheray is a columnist for the St. Paul Pioneer Press and a host of a talk show called, you’ll never guess, “Garage Logic.” The premise of Garage Logic is that everything worthwhile in life can be figured out in a garage. Joe takes a hiding to all the liberal fads and buzzwords currently circulating. He is also the mayor of the fictional town of Garage Logic, Minnesota which is surrounded by towns with names like Liberal Lakes. The people in those towns, libs, Soucheray calls Euphorians. Listen to his show, and read his book.
One thing about Garage Logic was when locals would call in to tell Joe what they knew about unfolding local stories. Sometimes the inside knowledge was fascinating.
Hope they have a copy at the library.
I agree; Gutfeld is very cool. Hope he gets a chance to move up.
That does sound good! Thanks for the tip!
I like Soucheray’s show because for one thing, he rarely or never interviews politicians. He just makes fun of them. Joe and his pals sound more like the average, er Joes sitting around discussing events of the world than your typical conservative talk show host...as much as I like them. I’d like to get a bumper sticker that says: No Euphorians Here.