This weekend's "Greg Gutfeld Show" featured a humorous parody ad for an organization that caters to agenda-driven journalists.
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A Blockbuster store in Bend, Oregon, became the world’s last outpost of the once-booming video rental chain earlier this month after a store in Australia shut its doors.
Many Americans are tired of Congress pursuing endless, inconsequential investigations instead of solving the nation's problems.
This week's "Greg Gutfeld Show" featured a hilarious parody ad for a seminar for liberal journalists.
The crew on Saturday night's "Greg Gutfeld Show" mocked the pandering nature of Democrats who have announced their candidacies for the 2020 presidential election.
The campaign promises by a number of 2020 Democratic hopefuls recently had Greg Gutfeld wondering what causes them to make such dreamy vows.
Following the viral and controversial confrontation between students from a Kentucky high school and a Native American protester, Greg Gutfeld presented a solution to protect people from "political storms."
Greg Gutfeld aired a faux promotional video Saturday for a school that teaches politicians how to act like normal, everyday people.
A recent survey found that close to a third of respondents believe Santa Claus should be either female or gender-neutral.
On Saturday, "The Greg Gutfeld Show" explored what Vice President Mike Pence was thinking during President Trump's border security meeting last week.
In response to the controversy over the 1949 Dean Martin classic "Baby, It's Cold Outside," Greg Gutfeld came up with a new album for Christmastime that's "guaranteed not to offend anyone."
This week on "The Greg Gutfeld Show," Greg Gutfeld presented a WWE-style promo for Bill and Hillary Clinton's speaking tour.