Red Eye: Your Host and Moderator, Greg Gutfeld


Happy Thanksgiving, America! I hope you are taking the day to celebrate its true spirit: that of celebrating the bounty we’ve been provided with those closest to our hearts. Me? I had ramen with hamburger for lunch and am just about to sit down to watch the wonderfully cynical Thanksgiving movie, Home for the Holidays. … Continue reading

Red Eye: That “Loathsome” Sidekick, Bill Schulz


If you know anything about my history of coming to grips with my inner conservative, you know it all started with a visit I paid to old friends, where I was introduced to “Red Eye.” The show introduced me Andrew Breitbart. A letter to Breitbart introduced me to … well, no need to repeat the … Continue reading

Red Eye: TV’s Andy Levy


You know, after last night’s episode of “Red Eye,” I pondered long and hard how I could cover one of their stories and still fit it into my “Messages of Hope” campaign of concentrating on the positive. I concluded that I couldn’t, Don’t get me wrong. “Red Eye” was as humorous and fun as always. … Continue reading

Red Eye: Imogen Annoys the Piss out of Me


Tonight’s “Red Eye” was, as always, awesome. But the re-appearance of regular guest Imogen Lloyd Webber raised controversy on the #RedEye Twitter discussion thread, when people bifurcated over whether ILW, as she is affectionately known, is a meritorious guest, or a self-important, out of touch elitist windbag. Let’s ponder her recent musings on George W. … Continue reading

Red Eye: So How Much Does Rachel Maddow Suck?


As much as I want to write about the Juan Williams fiasco, I found another segment of “Red Eye” to be even more indicative of the nasty liberal bias in our society, and especially on the media. What type of person accuses someone of essentially being complicit in the murder of over 100 fellow Americans … Continue reading

Red Eye: Like, TOTES the Voice of a Generation


Tonight’s “Red Eye” was a hoot. For one, Jim Norton was on, and he is always hilarious. Also, there was an interview with Bill O’Reilly where the erstwhile FOX host discussed who was a pinhead and who a patriot … in the world of famous television animals and schlock Japanese film monsters. Highly important! And, … Continue reading

Sarah Silverman “Worries” About Gay Bullying


Supreme asshat, Sarah Silverman, recently made yet another tedious public service announcement. Like many celebrities, Silverman is outraged at the self-inflicted deaths of gay young people due to bullying and harassment. It’s a noble idea that I fully support. Really, I do. Because, as we all know, Sarah Silverman is all about tolerance and acceptance. … Continue reading

Islamodefiant on The Ed Morrissey Show


I’m still a newbie to the conservative scene. Consequently, I’m in the process of learning who the major players are, not to mention the behind the scenes folks who influence things. One of the majors I’ve missed out on until today is Ed Morrissey, HotAir.com writer and UStream radio show host, among other things. What … Continue reading

Red Eye: Steven Crowder – Renowned Nomosexual


Perhaps the world in the title should be “Notyetrosexual,” but I like my version better. On today’s episode of “Red Eye,” frequent guest Steven Crowder discussed the opinion column he recently wrote for FOXNews.com: Why NOT Having Sex Might be Good For You. Crowder’s article was a mixture of compelling and condescending, uplifting and misogynistic, … Continue reading

Dear Marc Lamont Hill, What is a “Racist Element?”


Self-Important Famous professor, activist and political analyst, Marc Lamont Hill, was recently challenged by Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly to prove the Tea Party is racist. As Hill tweeted yesterday Tonight, Bill O’Reilly challenged me to return next week with proof that the Tea Party is racist. Done! I’ll also prove that water is wet… Not … Continue reading

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