Gutfeld on outsourcing parental responsibilities

Gutfeld on outsourcing parental responsibilities According to the New York Times, families are hiring ‘screentime coaches’ to help pry smartphones from their kids. According to The New York Times (which is like saying "according to ugly fat pants”), families are hiring "screentime coaches" to help pry smartphones away from their kids. These screen-free "parenting coaches" offer advice that boils down […]

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Gutfeld on Joe Biden's apology

Gutfeld on Joe Biden’s apology Unfortunately we live in a world where deliberate misinterpretation is weaponized. "Was I wrong a few weeks ago to somehow give the impression that I was praising those men who I successfully opposed time and again? Yes, I was. I regret it. And I’m sorry for any of the pain or misconception it may have […]

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Gutfeld on Trump's prediction for 2020

Gutfeld on Trump’s prediction for 2020 President Trump predicts ongoing Democratic investigations will only help his re-election. In Panama City, Fla., Wednesday night, President Trump predicted that continuous Democratic investigations will only help him get re-elected. That’s because while we are unleashing an unprecedented wave of prosperity, the Democratic Party is trying to return us to the failures of yesterday. […]

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Gutfeld on the unintended victims of the opioid crackdown

Gutfeld on the unintended victims of the opioid crackdown Insurers make it more difficult for people with legitimate needs to get prescriptions for painkillers. In an article published by U.S. News & World Report, we're shown again how government can make almost anything worse. According to the article, in the wake of the opioid crackdown, the federal Centers for Disease […]

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Gutfeld on Jussie Smollett fiasco

Gutfeld on Jussie Smollett fiasco Prosecutor who dropped the charges against the ‘Empire’ actor claims he is not innocent; reaction and analysis on ‘The Five.’ The prosecutor who dropped the Jussie Smollett case still thinks he's guilty. A 16-count indictment against the actor was dropped by prosecutors in Chicago Tuesday, after Smollett was accused earlier of falsely reporting that he […]

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Gutfeld on millennials’ stresses

A new study of 2,000 millennials finds that a third believe their lives are more stressful than the average person’s. And 60 percent feel life is more stressful than ever before. OK, kids. To hold those opinions, you cannot have been alive or cognizant during world wars, terror attacks, crime waves, killer diseases, when Jimmy Carter was president, the Cuban […]

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Gutfeld on the botched jaguar selfie

Gutfeld on the botched jaguar selfie Woman mauled by jaguar after selfie attempt backfires. Taking a selfie with a jaguar. The cat. Not the car. That's what experts would call a bad idea. Right up there with chugging Tide pods. Or sitting behind CNN's Brian Stelter at a chili cook off. GUTFELD: INVESTIGATING THE TRUMP INVESTIGATORS ON CAPITOL HILL But in […]

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Gutfeld on 3D printed steaks

Gutfeld on 3D printed steaks 3D-printed vegan ‘steak’ joins long list of lies told about failed promises. We at "The Five" love a good cooking segment. It's the dinner hour, after all, and who doesn't love a delicious, mouthwatering steak! Like one being lovingly prepared…by a 3D printer. MARINES AT CAMP PENDLETON 3D-PRINT A CONCRETE BRIDGE IN 3 DAYS Yeah […]

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