Greg's guest today is Dr. Peter Boghossian who is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Portland State University. They discuss Dr. Boghossian's role in a series of hoaxes that published fake grievance studies in top academic journals. You can learn more about Dr. Boghossian at: peterboghossian.com and follow him on Twitter: @peterboghossian For more information on the grievance study hoaxes go here or here.
Greg's guest today is Dr. Gad Saad who is an evolutionary behavioral scientist at the John Molson School of Business. He is known for applying evolutionary psychology to marketing and consumer behavior. They discuss facing down the social media mobs and what Dr. Saad describes as "idea pathogens." You can learn more about Dr. Saad here and follow him on Twitter here.
Greg's guest today is political satirist, journalist and bestselling author, P.J. O'Rourke. They discuss P.J.'s latest book, "None of My Business." You can learn more about P.J. at: http://www.pjorourke.com/
Greg's guest today is Dr. Michael Aronoff who is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the New York University School of Medicine and an Attending Physician on the senior medical staff of Lenox Hill Hospital. He is also a host on Doctor Radio, a weekly national program on SiriusXM and author of Sleep and Its Secrets: The River of Crystal Light. They discuss sleep disorders and the origins of obsessions.
Greg's guest today is Dr. Debra Soh who writes about the science and politics of sex and culture. She's a columnist for Playboy.com and The Globe and Mail, Canada's national newspaper. They discuss her article, "Why Transgender Kids Should Wait to Transition," as well as, the effects of pornography. You can hear more from Dr. Soh on her podcast: WRONGSPEAK You can also follow her on Twitter: @DrDebraSoh
Greg's guest today is legendary television producer, animator, storyboard artist, and character designer, Jerry Eisenberg. Jerry is primarily known for his work at Hanna-Barbera Productions and Ruby-Spears Productions. They discuss his amazing career and Greg's favorite cartoons. Jerry's IMDB credits include: Off-the-Tracks 3 (Video short) (animator) Johnny Bravo (TV Series) (layout keys - 14 episodes, 1997 - 2004) (models - 1 episode, 2001) - Johnny Makeover/Back on Shaq (2004) ... (layout...
Greg talks to British journalist Toby Young about his recent article, "The Public Humiliation Diet." They discuss the damage the "outrage mob" can do to a person's reputation over nonsense. You can learn more about Toby at: http://www.nosacredcows.co.uk/.
Greg is still hard at work promoting his new book "The Gutfeld Monologues: Classic Rants From The Five", and was happy to be interviewed by his "The Five" co-host Dana Perino to discuss the book. Greg divulges to Dana what changed his mind about Bernie Sanders, why he thinks he found success in television as a writer, and he even shares his process for writing his famous monologues for "The Five".
Greg is busy on the road promoting his new book "The Gutfeld Monologues: Classic Rants From The Five", but he didn't want you to miss him! Greg sat down with The Tom Shillue Show to discuss the book, Fake News, and Ivanka Trump's recent response to a question about the media being the "enemy of the people".
Greg's guest today is National Review film critic, Armond White. They discuss the politically correct checklist that modern movies adhere to. They also pick their personal favorites and share the ones you should skip. To read more of Armond's reviews you can go to: https://www.nationalreview.com/author/armond-white/
Greg's guest today is former Business Insider columnist, Daniella Greenbaum. They discuss her resignation after a story she wrote about Scarlett Johansson being cast as a transgender man was pulled from the website after complaints from her colleagues. You can follow her on Twitter at: @DGreenbaum
Greg's guest today is senior fellow of the Brookings Institution and contributing editor of The Atlantic, Jonathan Rauch. They discuss his latest book, The Happiness Curve: Why Life Gets Better After 50.
Greg Gutfeld joins "The Ashley Webster Experience" and dives deep into his past, talking about going to concerts, nights out with rock-stars, and his and Ashley's mutual love for The Clash. He also reminisces about hosting his original Fox News show, "Red Eye", how he ties comedy into covering news, and how attending The University of California at Berkeley after high school made him realize he wasn't a liberal. Listen below:
Greg talks to the author of "Up in the Air" and Harper's Magazine columnist, Walter Kirn. Walter dissects Greg's new book, "The Gutfeld Monologues." Spoiler alert: he liked it...a lot. Pick up "The Gutfeld Monologues" here. You can check out Walter's podcast Writerly at: http://writerlypodcast.com/.
Greg's guest today is the author of Dear Reader: The Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jong Il, Michael Malice. They discuss the North Korea summit and media reaction surrounding it. You can check out Malice's podcast, "YOUR WELCOME," here. Pick up Michael's book at Amazon.
Greg's guest today is CEO and President of INFLUENCE AT WORK, Dr. Robert Cialdini. Dr. Cialdini is a psychologist who has spent his entire career researching the science of influence. They discuss his latest book, "Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade." Pickup Dr. Cialdini's book here. For more information about Dr. Cialdini go to: https://www.influenceatwork.com/
Greg's guest today is the Director of the Center for Economic Freedom at Freedomworks and author, John Tamny. They discuss his latest book, "The End of Work: Why Your Passion Can Become Your Job." Tamny's book is available here.