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    Descriptive info: Timeline.. Virtual Tour.. Visiting the Reagan Ranch.. A Schoolhouse for Reaganism.. Exhibit Galleries.. Partnering Opportunities.. Ronald Reagan said of his beloved Santa Barbara, California ranch, “No place before or since has ever given Nancy and me the joy and serenity it does.. ” President Reagan’s Rancho del Cielo, his home for nearly twenty-five years and the Western White House for eight, is a window into the soul of Ronald Reagan.. But what if the Reagan Ranch had been lost? Future generations would have been robbed of the chance to visit the Ranch and “meet” the real Ronald Reagan.. That’s why Young America’s Foundation is preserving and protecting the Reagan Ranch and using this historic presidential property to pass on to our children and grandchildren the ideas and lasting accomplishments of this great leader.. A visit to the Reagan Ranch dramatically deepens a young person’s understanding of our 40th president..  ...   rich history and to understand how you can help ensure that the conservative principles Ronald Reagan championed are passed on to the next generation of leaders.. Sincerely,.. Ron Robinson.. President, Young America’s Foundation.. Recent Videos.. Watch Ronald Reagan at Rancho del Cielo.. Check Out the Featured Video.. View Speeches from Foundation Conferences.. Reagan Ranch Events.. Nov.. 08.. President's Club.. Still Point in a Turning World: Ronald Reagan and His Ranch.. watch a larger view.. On the 100.. th.. anniversary of President Reagan's birth, watch Young America's Foundation's inaugural film project and celebration of one of our greatest leaders, "Still Point in a Turning World: Ronald Reagan and his Ranch," produced and directed by Stephen K.. Bannon ("In the Face of Evil" and "Generation Zero").. Today, we need his ideas and his vision more than ever.. Join Young America's Foundation as we say "Happy Birthday" and "Thank you, Mr.. President.. "..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - Ronald Reagan & Young America’s Foundation
    Descriptive info: Home.. ».. Follow @yaf.. Ronald Reagan had a deep concern for young people in America, and a special bond with Young America’s Foundation students.. By his own account, Reagan’s career in public service was based on the conviction that America’s founding principles needed to be preserved and passed on to future generations.. “I hope you’ll believe me when I say that my decision to enter the political race was because I wanted so much to help preserve this wonderful country for you and the Skipper [Reagan’s son Ron] and all young Americans,” Reagan wrote in a letter to Sandy, the young daughter of longtime friend Lorraine Wagner.. “There are so many things to be thankful for in America, so many things that must not be lost,” continued Reagan, “if some of us help keep this for you , I know you’ll keep it for other young people when you grow up.. ”.. The relationship between Reagan and Young America’s Foundation—based on the shared goal of reaching young people with fundamental American ideas—began in the mid-1970s.. Starting in 1974, Young America’s Foundation sponsored a nationally syndicated weekly radio commentary program featuring then-California Governor Ronald Reagan.. The program allowed Governor Reagan to promote his ideas to the American people prior to his 1976 presidential bid.. It served as a conduit for spreading Governor Reagan’s message on taxes, crime, and foreign policy, subsequently cementing his national following.. During each of his eight years in  ...   Education during the Reagan administration.. Frank Donatelli, secretary and treasurer on the Board of Directors and chairman of the Reagan Ranch Board of Governors, served as the assistant to the president for political affairs.. Other Board of Directors members who served in the Reagan administration include:.. T.. Kenneth Cribb, assistant to the president for domestic affairs.. Edwin Meese, U.. Attorney General,.. Judge William Clark, Secretary of the Interior and National Security Advisor.. Caspar Weinberger, Secretary of Defense.. Becky Norton Dunlop, Deputy Assistant to the President.. A remarkable collection of Reagan alumni—including Jeane Kirkpatrick, Lyn Nofziger, Richard Allen, Peter Hannaford, Peter Robinson, and many more—have consistently spoken before Young America’s Foundation audiences.. In 1993, the 40th president addressed Young America’s Foundation’s 15th annual National Conservative Student Conference.. Reinforcing his longtime partnership with the Foundation, he shared the credit for the extraordinary changes that had taken place during the past decade: “We helped turn the tide against totalitarianism,” he said, together witnessing the “rebirth of liberty” worldwide.. The president continued by directly addressing the tragedy of political correctness on college campuses, which he said had replaced Marxism as the dominant orthodoxy and had similarly worked to distort the marketplace of ideas.. Like the battle against Communism, this, too, would require “freedom fighters”—this time on campus: “Young America’s Foundation remains a source of refuge for such students … I know the conference will send you back to your campuses better informed, motivated, and trained..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - Rancho del Cielo
    Descriptive info: About Rancho del Cielo.. "From the first day we saw it, Rancho del Cielo cast a spell over us.. No place before or since has ever given Nancy and me the joy and serenity it does.. " ~ Ronald Reagan.. There is no better place to understand Reagan's principles, and his practical, down-to-earth manner, than at Rancho del Cielo, the "Ranch in the Sky.. " A much needed counterpoint to the constant buzz of Washington, D.. C.. , Rancho del Cielo conveys the true spirit of Reagan.. If you want to understand Ronald Reagan, says former First Lady Nancy Reagan, then go to the Ranch.. Just as Monticello and Mount Vernon convey the distinctive personalities of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington, Rancho del Cielo uniquely communicates much about Ronald Reagan that could not be readily gleaned from other sources.. The very essence of his character is found here at the Ranch—his humility, his idealism, his diligence and hard work.. Since Reagan built much of the Ranch himself,.. The Washington Post.. called it the "place to see the hand of the man" and "a true national treasure.. ".. The Reagans purchased the 688-acre ranch in 1974, shortly before Reagan  ...   time alone or with family and friends.. Visitors to the Ranch have been deeply moved by the property.. After a private tour, Pat Perrot of Northridge, California, wrote, "All five of us in our party have traveled widely throughout the world but none of us remember visiting any place that had such an enormous impact on our hearts and spirits as President Reagan’s beloved ranch.. From the time [we] spotted his home nestled in that magnificent valley, we were overwhelmed by the sense of presence of that great man.. Young America's Foundation stepped in to save President Reagan's Western White House in the spring of 1998 to preserve it as a living monument to Reagan's lasting accomplishments and to make it the centerpiece of the student programs.. President Reagan committed himself to reaching young people with his ideas—a goal that is also central to the Foundation's mission.. Preserving the Ranch and passing on the President's values and ideas is Young America's Foundation's way of thanking Ronald Reagan for all he did for our country and the world.. Today, Rancho del Cielo is a place of learning, a place of encouragement, a place of inspiration for generations to come..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - The Reagan Ranch Center Exhibit Galleries
    Descriptive info: Reagan Ranch Center Exhibit Galleries.. President Reagan's home for 25 years and the Western White House during the height of the Cold War, the Reagan Ranch embodies the life and ideas of Ronald Reagan.. In the spring of 1998, Young America's Foundation stepped forward to save the Reagan Ranch; eight years later, in June 2006, the Reagan Ranch Center in downtown Santa Barbara opened its doors.. This Schoolhouse for Reaganism serves as an important complement to the Ranch itself.. The Reagan Ranch Center in downtown Santa Barbara, California is open to the general public for tours.. Monday through Thursday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.. Admission is free.. These galleries feature original Reagan Ranch artifacts matched with state-of-the-art, interactive, multimedia exhibits that highlight the history of Ronald Reagan's quarter-century at Rancho del Cielo and the accomplishments of his presidency.. Over six hours of dynamic multimedia exhibits provide access to exclusive speeches, interviews, radio addresses, and original video presentations.. The centerpiece of the gallery is a 28-foot-long interactive "timeline"that gives users the ability to explore the "Western White  ...   ago-greets visitors as they arrive at the Reagan Ranch Center, reminding the world of Ronald Reagan's role in eliminating this assault on human dignity and freedom.. The president's famous blue Jeep Scrambler, complete with "Gipper" license plate sits in the Center of gallery, flanked by a selection of his favorite books, an original saddle, and chainsaw owned and used by President Reagan.. The Reagan Ranch Centeris designed to engage visitors of all ages; younger children can even earn their "Junior Secret Service Clearance" by completing a fun and educational scavenger hunt.. The Reagan Ranch Centeris located at 217 State Street next to the trainstation.. Admission is FREE.. For more information call1-888-USA-1776.. The Reagan Ranch Center is always accepting docent volunteer applications for the Reagan Ranch Center Exhibit Galleries.. If you have any questions about the docent program, please contact Assistant Curator Danielle Fowler by phone at 1-888-USA-1776 or by e-mail at.. daniellef@reaganranch.. To download an application, please click this link.. We reserve the right to refuse service to any group or individual not adhering to Gallery policie.. s..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - Events & Programs in Santa Barbara
    Descriptive info: Student Programs.. Schedule of Programs.. Young America’s Foundation is the largest conservative student outreach organization in the country, and the only such organization with offices on both the East and West Coasts.. Students visit the Reagan Ranch for conferences and leadership retreats.. These programs fill the Reagan Ranch Center week after week, drawing high school and college students from around the country eager to learn more about conservative ideas.. Some seminars focus on the nuts and bolts of campus activism, providing students with the tools that they need to influence their peers and to hold effective events on their own campuses.. Other seminars examine the great thinkers who influenced Ronald Reagan—conservative giants including.. Russell Kirk, Milton Friedman, Friedrich Hayek,.. and.. Frank Meyer.. Reagan Ranch conferences and seminars feature some of the brightest minds and leaders of the Conservative Movement, such as.. Karl Rove, John Stossel, Michelle Malkin, Ann Coulter,.. and many others.. Supporter Events.. Click here for upcoming supporter events in Santa Barbara.. Young America’s Foundation supporters are regularly invited to the Reagan Ranch and Reagan Ranch Center to hear from top conservative leaders, meet fellow supporters, interact with students, and get to know the Young America’s Foundation team.. While special events are added to the calendar all of the time, several weekend retreats are highlights of our annual schedule:.. Held each November at  ...   Retreat.. is an exclusive weekend-long retreat for Rawhide Circle members that serves as a thank you for their generous leadership support.. Past Rawhide Circle locations include Mount Vernon, Chartwell, Springfield, IL, Sagamore Hill, Monticello, and The Hermitage.. Past speakers include Michael Reagan, Ed Meese, George Allen, Fred Thompson, Lyn Nofziger, Peggy Noonan, Tim Pawlenty, and Rich DeVos.. For more information about becoming a member of Rawhide Circle please call 888-USA-1776.. Community Events.. Click here for upcoming community events in Santa Barbara.. Many events at the Reagan Ranch Center are open to general community audiences, including an annual open house celebration on the President’s birthday.. Additionally, Young America's Foundation hosts the.. Reagan Ranch Roundtable.. luncheon series featuring prominent conservative leaders.. The Roundtable is typically held on the third Friday of each month at the Reagan Ranch Center in downtown Santa Barbara.. Designed especially for the Santa Barbara community, the luncheons advance the principles that Ronald Reagan championed—individual freedom, a strong national defense, free enterprise, and traditional values.. Santa Barbara community members and students gather to hear from speakers such as Jonah Goldberg, Dennis Prager, and Ken Starr, Michelle Malkin, and John Stossel.. The Foundation’s work would not be complete if the Reagan Ranch was simply a memorial to great ideas of the past.. The Reagan Ranch Center provides a place where conservative ideas impact the future..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - The Reagan Ranch Center - Contact Us
    Descriptive info: The Reagan Ranch Center - Contact Us.. Reagan Ranch Center.. 217 State Street.. Santa Barbara, California 93101.. Toll-free: 888.. 1776.. Fax: 805.. 957.. 9152.. Website:.. reaganranch.. Young America’s Foundation stepped forward to save the Reagan Ranch with the primary goal of using it to inspire the next generation of conservative leaders for our country.. The Ranch is an important component of the Foundation’s broader mission to “ensure that increasing numbers of young Americans understand and are inspired by the ideas of limited government, free enterprise, a strong national defense, and  ...   tour Rancho del Cielo.. We also host Reagan scholars, Reagan administration officials, members of the media, and leaders of the Conservative Movement whenever possible.. As stakeholders in our mission, members of Young America’s Foundation’s President’s Club are also extended an invitation to tour the Ranch by appointment.. For more information, please contact the Reagan Ranch Center at 888-USA-1776.. If you are inquiring about a Ronald Reagan Calendar, please call 800-USA-1776.. You can receive a free calendar with your tax-deductible gift of $25 or more to help support Young America’s Foundation’s programs..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - The National Journalism Center
    Descriptive info: Since 1977, the National Journalism Center has trained aspiring journalists in the values of responsible, balanced, and accurate reporting.. Weekly seminars and on-the-job experience provide participants with the tools to become leaders in combating bias in the mainstream media.. Seminars include talks with prominent journalists and public policy experts, writing exercises, training in investigative reporting, reading assignments, and current events and policy discussions.. Interns spend the majority of the week on assignment with a media outlet learning from professionals in the journalism field.. The balance of real-world experience and quality academic training provides students with a competitive edge in the job market after completing the National Journalism Center's 12-week program.. Here’s what some of our alumni are saying:.. "This internship gives me a le.. g up on the.. competition when I enter the market.. I came here as an intern, but I am leaving as a young professional.. - Adam Ulbrich.. t, intern at Radio America, Summer 2012.. “From writing and interviewing skills, audio and video editing, to rolling the teleprompter – my internship has stocked my resume with the tools I need to succeed after college.. I  ...   summer I learned more about reporting simply by doing it and by being surrounded by journalists, than I could have by reading a dozen books.. Most notably, I honed my skills by interviewing at least 60 different people during my internship.. NJC taught me that excellence in journalism is ultimately dependent on the individual journalists and news outlets rather than on the media world in general.. I have hope that my career will bear evidence.. of.. painstaking devotion to truth, accuracy, and relevance if only I work hard and dedicate myself to true and good ideals that are bigger than myself.. Celina Durgin, intern at.. Washington Business Journal,.. Summer 2012.. Apply today and join the network of more than 1,900 NJC alumni! For more information about the program,.. contact us.. today!.. Future NJC Internship Session Dates and Deadlines:.. Fall 2014:.. September 8 - December 5, 2014.. Application Deadline: July 1, 2014.. Spring 2014:.. January 13 - April 4, 2014.. Application Deadline: November 1, 2013.. Summer 2014:.. May 13 - August 1, 2014.. Application Deadline: December 1, 2013 (early); March 1, 2014 (regular).. Apply today!.. Complete an online application.. here..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - National Journalism Center History
    Descriptive info: National Journalism Center History.. History of the National Journalism Center.. “To any follower of the media, it is obvious that sensationalism rather than facts dominates news coverage today.. Some institutions, thankfully, are working against that trend.. One of the most renowned is the National Journalism Center.. - Robert Novak.. Syndicated Columnist and Author.. Since the program's founding in 1977, nearly 2,000 aspiring journalists have graduated from NJC's 12-week internship program.. We estimate some 900 of these work in media and media-related positions at organizations such as The New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, NPR, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, C-SPAN, Time, Newsweek, The New Yorker, Harper's Esquire, National Geographic, Reader's Digest, Wired, Forbes, AP, UPI, Dow Jones Newswire, Bloomberg News Service, and hundreds more.. In addition, NJC alumni have written more than 100 books among them, many of which developed from projects at the NJC.. Our hope is to have still greater an impact in the future.. In 2001, NJC became a project of.. Young America's Foundation..  ...   topics at the direction of their editors, with classroom-stile training headed by our academic director.. NJC stresses not only the technical skill of journalism but also the understanding of the issues reported on in today's media.. To this end, NJC sponsors a series of seminars and workshops in writing, research, economics, current events, and the media, all of which are essential to becoming an informed and responsible reporter.. Interns at the NJC her numerous speakers from the world of public policy and the media--many of the latter themselves alumni of the program.. As in all other aspects of our training, the focus in these discussions is on the practice of the trade, not academic theory.. Past speakers include economist Dr.. Walter Williams, the Wall Street Journal's Stephen Moore, syndicated columnist Robert Novak, the Washington Examiner's Mark Tapscott, and many other successful journalists from outlets such as CNN, Fox News, the Daily Caller, and more.. If you would like to become a part of this esteemed program, we encourage you to.. get in touch.. !..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - Washington Journalism Internship Opportunities
    Descriptive info: Summer 2010 intern Molly Jasinski at.. USA Today.. "The NJC has meant a great deal to me.. There are relatively few opportunities for young, aspiring journalists like myself who value free-market principles and believe in American Exceptionalism.. Jarrett Stepman, Spring 2011.. Human Events intern.. There is no better place to be for hard-hitting news than in Washington, D.. , and there is no better way to get your foot in the door than with an internship with the National Journalism Center.. The 12-week program combines weekly seminars, assigned reporting drills, and on-the-job reporting experience through internships with newspapers, magazines, broadcast outlets, and other media.. Weekly seminars include a blend of writing assignments, journalism exercises and quizzes, lectures with prominent public policy experts and journalists, and current events discussions.. Interns typically work three to four days per week at a news outlet and spend one day per week at the National Journalism Center participating in journalism skills workshops.. NJC interns have recently been placed with media outlets around the Washington, D.. area, including:.. The Washington Times.. The Washington Examiner.. The Washington Business Journal.. Fox News.. Religion Ethics Newsweekly.. Radio America.. The Daily Caller.. The  ...   November 1, 2013.. Application Deadline: December 1, 2013 (early); March 1, 2014 (regular).. NOTE: Many media outlets in Washington require taking the internship for college credit.. These placements also have earlier application deadlines.. If you are interested in receiving college credit for your internship, please apply four weeks in advance of the listed deadline.. Applications are also processed on a rolling basis.. , so it may be to your advantage to submit your completed application early.. The Center will work with interested students to arrange for academic credit.. HOW TO APPLY:.. Please complete an.. online application.. , and then e-mail, fax or mail the following supplemental materials (email preferred):.. Cover letter.. Resume.. 2-3 writing samples (news clips preferred; 5 page limit per sample).. 3 references (no letters of recommendation; please include each reference's name, affiliation, relationship to you, and contact information).. An official college transcript is required upon acceptance into the program (NOTE: An intern will not be accepted nor allowed to participate without an official transcript.. ).. IMPORTANT:.. Applications will not be reviewed until ALL supplemental materials are received, and candidates will not be accepted into the program with any outstanding materials..

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  • Title: Young America's Foundation - Distinguished NJC Alumni
    Descriptive info: More than 1,900 alumni have participated in the National Journalism Center’s internship program, and many have gone on to become best-selling authors and journalists.. They have been hired by hundreds of media outlets, including: ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox News, PBS, CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, C-SPAN, BBC,.. Time.. Newsweek.. Esquire.. New Yorker.. National Geographic.. Reader’s Digest.. TV Guide.. Wall Street Journal.. ,.. Washington Times.. , Associated Press, UPI, Reuters, and more.. ANN COULTER - NJC Alumna, Spring 1985.. Ann Coulter is the legal correspondent for.. Human Events.. and writes a popular syndicated weekly column.. She appears frequently on television, radio, and at public speaking events and is well known for being outspoken about her hard-hitting conservative political and social views.. She has authored eight.. New York Times.. bestselling books.. Coulter completed the National Journalism Center's program in 1985.. Born in New York in 1961, Ann attended Cornell University where she helped found.. The Cornell Review.. and became a member of the Delta Gamma national women's fraternity.. She graduated.. cum laude.. with a B.. A.. in history.. In 1988 she received her J.. D.. from the University of Michigan Law School where she was the editor of the.. Michigan Law Review.. and president of the local chapter of the Federalist society.. After graduating from law school Coulter served as a law clerk in Kansas City for Pasco Bowman II of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit.. Later, she worked as a corporate lawyer for a private practice in New York City.. Eventually, Coulter worked for the United States Senate Judiciary Committee after the Republican Party won majority in Congress in 1994.. She worked for Senator Spencer Abraham of Michigan, and then became a litigator with the Center for Individual Rights.. Among Coulter's bestselling books are.. Demonic: How the Liberal Mob is Endangering America.. (August 2012);.. Guilty: Liberal Victims and Their Assault on America.. (November 2009); and.. If Democrats Had any Brains, They'd Be Republicans.. (August 2008).. Her most recent book,.. Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the Seventies to Obama.. , hit the shelves in August, 2012.. "The National Journalism Center is an excellent training ground for writers.. Most beginning journalists want to write meandering thought pieces, but most beginning writers don't have enough original thoughts to make that a profitable enterprise.. NJC teaches writers to locate primary sources, run down facts, and get quotes.. - Ann Coulter.. MALCOLM GLADWELL - NJC Alumnus, Summer 1982.. Malcolm Gladwell has been a staff writer for.. The New Yorker.. since 1996.. In 2005 he was named among.. Time.. magazine's 100 Most Influential People.. He is the author of several books, including.. Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference.. ;.. Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking.. What the Dog Saw.. ; and.. Outliers: The Story of Success.. Gladwell came through the National Journalism Center's program in the summer of 1982 before graduating from the University of Toronto, Trinity College, with a degree in history in 1984.. From 1987 to 1996 he was a reporter with the.. Washington Post.. where he covered business and science, and then served as the paper's New York City bureau chief..  ...   politicians' "reform" proposals.. His first book,.. The Big Ripoff: How Big Business and Big Government Steal Your Money.. won the Templeton Enterprise Award in 2008 from the Intercollegiate Studies Institute and the Lysander Spooner Award for the "best book on liberty" in 2006.. Carney studied at St.. John's College and came through the National Journalism Center's program in 1999.. He continued his training with journalism legend Robert Novak, later becoming a Senior Correspondent and eventually Editor of the Evans-Novak Political Report.. Carney is also the author of.. Obamanomics: How Barack Obama Is Bankrupting You and Enriching his Wall Street Friends.. JOHN FUND - NJC Alumnus, Summer 1981.. John Fund is a senior editor at the.. American Spectator.. and a former columnist at the.. While at the.. WSJ.. he wrote the weekly column "On the Trail" for OpinionJournal.. com and contributed to the Journal's Political Diary newsletter.. He served on the.. 's editorial board from 1995 to 2001.. He appears frequently on television and his work has been published in many varied publications, including Esquire, Reason, Reader's Digest.. The New Republic, and National Review.. Fund studied at California State University and completed the National Journalism Center's program in the summer of 1981, later working as a research assistant for the California State Legislature.. His journalism career took off in 1982 when he became a reporter for the syndicated columnists Rowland Evans and Robert Novak.. In 1993 he received the Warren Brookes Award for journalistic excellence from the American Legislative Exchange Council.. Fund has authored several books, including.. Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy.. Who's Counting? How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote at Risk.. ".. The National Journalism Center is an unequalled training ground for youthful writers and reporters.. Thanks to the NJC, I got my start interning for Bob Novak, learning the essential skills of media work from an accomplished real-world pro.. For young people aspiring to press careers, the best advice that I can offer is: Enroll at the NJC as soon as you can get there.. - John Fund.. GREG GUTFELD - NJC Alumnus, Fall 1987.. Greg Gutfeld graduated from the National Journalism Center in the fall of 1987.. Since then, he has made a career as an author, columnist, editor, blogger and political satirist.. Gutfeld got his start as a staff writer for Prevention Magazine and editor-in-chief of Men’s Health magazine.. He then moved on to become editor-in-chief of Stuff magazine and later helmed Maxim magazine in the U.. K.. He also made a name for himself as a contributor for the Huffington Post, where he became known for his brazen ridicule of the publication’s leftists.. Gutfeld is now the host of Fox News Channel’s "Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld.. " He also blogs about news and pop culture for his own site, The Daily Gut, as well as BigHollywood.. com, and has appeared on numerous popular radio shows, including "The O'Reilly Factor," Dennis Miller's show and "Opie and Anthony.. " He is also the author of several books, including.. The Joy of Hate: How to Triumph Over Whiners in the Age of Phony Outrage.. The Bible of Unspeakable Truths..

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