“Thank you Mr. Johnson.”

Then:

285 Gus 802 Sat, Oct 11, 2008 7:26:16pm

At long last I am here!

Thank you Mr. Johnson. I’ve been waiting to register here for almost a year and happened by this evening and finally saw that registration was open. Been a reader of LFG for almost 3 years now.

Greetings from Denver.

Gus

Now:


214 Comments on ““Thank you Mr. Johnson.””

  1. rightymouse says:

    So Gussy cut ties with LGF. Come on over, Gussy!!! 🙂

  2. rightymouse says:

    The walls are closing in! The wheels are coming off! 😆 😆

    • dezzez says:

      Gone are the walls closing in, wheels coming off, Chuck will now use downward spiral 6 times a day for 9 months straight.

  3. dezzez says:

    Captain block whines about anyone who dares block him and then wants his followers to harass the offender, Was her trigger faster than a morbidly obese couch slug?

    • rightymouse says:

      Let me count the ways. You’re a fat atheist who has a gutter-mouth that would embarrass your grandmother. You hate America and our ally Israel, as do all of your posters at LGF. Ass-hole.

      • dezzez says:

        A few more reasons to block Chuck.
        Begs for funds to keep the lights on = spends said funds to binge watch cable tv.
        Brags about being a news source = steals content with no attribution.
        Calls everyone stupid = A pathetic halfwit with low self esteem.
        Calls everyone a racist nazi = steals from black band member and supports terrorists.
        Claims LGF isnt a hate site = him and his posters prove its a hate site.
        Want more fatty food zit?

  4. rightymouse says:

    The Donkey primaries are so weird. 🙄

  5. dezzez says:

    “The story is not about me, how can I make it about me?, I want it to be about me, someone please make it all about me.”

  6. rightymouse says:

    Food for thought…

  7. Octopus says:

    Learn to code.™

  8. Octopus says:

    https://twitter.com/search?q=%22South%20Park%22&src=trend_click

    Cancel Culture is coming for “South Park.” I think this might be “A Bridge Too Far,” for the rotten xnowflakz. 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      Ooh…primordial…

      • Octopus says:

        Did you see us? I waved.
        #palebluedot

        • rightymouse says:

          Y’all are weird. 🙄

          • Octopus says:

            Weird and proud. And OUT! 🤪

          • Octopus says:

            In case you missed it, this is a pic of Earth taken by Voyager 1, from nearly four billion miles away. We’re the pale blue dot in the last “sunbeam,” a little more than halfway down. It’s the farthest pic taken of us, and was requested by none other than Carl Sagan.

            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pale_Blue_Dot

          • rightymouse says:

            I think about space at times & wonder at the unknowns. One thing I do know is that UFOs are real. Beats me where they come from though. One wish is to know something about them before I die.

          • Octopus says:

            To me, the idea that this incomprehensibly large, possibly infinite universe was created simply to boggle the tiny minds of the most successful primate on the pale blue dot, with no other sentient life-forms anywhere, is far more absurd than the idea of Trump and Pelosi being secret lovers, pulling the wool over everyone’s eyes with their verbal jabs and speech-ripping antics. Not to mention, it’s obvious to anyone with any brains or observational ability that we are being taught lessons here, which some people pick up easily, and others appear hopeless to learn anything.

            I’ve never seen a UFO, just some sketchy pics of lights in the sky, but some of the stories from Air Force pilots sound pretty credible. I’d like to talk personally with one of the guys who’s experienced an “encounter,” and get to know something about the guy’s credibility, before I begin to pass judgement.

            The distances in space are too crazy for our brains to process, with the term, “light-years,” being thrown around as easily as “kilometers” among space-nerds. Do you understand how fast light travels, and how far it can travel in a year? 5.88 trillion miles. The nearest star to us is 4.29 light years away. Roughly 25 trillion miles away. Creatures able to cover such distances would have to have access to a form of travel we haven’t dreamed of yet, except in very vague terms that sound cool on “Star Trek.”

          • rightymouse says:

            I’ve posted about my UFO experience before, but here it is again. It happened on the way home from work when I lived in Northern Virginia – around 1975. Was in the car with a co-worker & her son. I looked in the sky at what appeared to be a very bright star & pointed it out to my friend. The ‘star’ moved. When I say ‘move’, I mean it went from being up ahead of us high in the sky to high above on the right in a split second. Then we heard what seemed to be fighter jets heading towards the object which then disappeared. It was extraordinary. Gravity was a non-issue for the object.

          • Octopus says:

            🤔😲👽

            I’d love to have such an experience. Minus the anal probes, of course. 😄

          • rightymouse says:

            How else is ET supposed to phone home? 🙄

          • Octopus says:

            😂

            The intergalactic rates are asstronomical. They really ream you!

  9. rightymouse says:

    Hubby & I were at a nice restaurant yesterday for lunch & got to talking to the manager (obviously gay) & he started talking politics as the TV was on in the background on the wall over the fireplace. He LOVES Trump!! While we were there, one of the bartenders made a snide comment about Trump & he threatened to change the channel to Fox if the gal didn’t hush up. Great fun! 😆

    • Octopus says:

      That’s fabulous! 😀

      One of my daughter’s gay theater friends in NYC is taking a lot of heat for his pro-Trump views, but he laughs it off, and gives it right back. Which is great, because he’s helping to convert my heavily-indoctrinated girl. Whatever works, I say.

      • rightymouse says:

        Good for him! How in the world did your daughter get so indoctrinated by moonbats? Our youngest went to private schools who had liberal teachers but he managed to stay conservative.

        • Octopus says:

          We sent our girls to the same Catholic high school my wife attended, an all-girls school that was taught almost exclusively by young, liberal teachers, with the nuns all removed to administrative duties and the Old Nuns Home. They got a smattering of libturdism there, but it wasn’t until they got to college when they got the full measure.

          My eldest went to a small college known for their liberal arts and theater programs, and got her degree in Musical Theater. Her teachers were all far-Left stereotypes, far as I could tell. Her friends were all in the program, and mostly gay, very militant about Important Reasons — all the bilge the Left shoves down their throats at nearly every college in the land. Then, she lived in NYC for three years with three of her militant pals, learning to hate on America’s conservative middle-class, and white middle-aged men like me. She didn’t hate me, but she was on my case, ever-alert to any signs of “racism” or “misogyny,” neither of which figure much in my personality. She’s over the worst of it.

          The younger one went to MSU, studied Psychology and other Libturd Arts, and got a good dose of the Bad Teaching as well. The Masters program was rife with wacky libturdism. She was never as strident. She’s now a clinical psychologist dealing with severely-damaged teens and adults. Part of her job is teaching constructive ways to think about and deal with negative thought-processes that are destroying people. She has to be positive, which I think is great for her.

          • rightymouse says:

            The only one of our kids who tends to have liberal ideas is the eldest boy. He used make noises about Palin back when & then seemed to settle down. He married a Doctor & total lefty (probably indoctrinated in med school), but they are now blessed with the most beautiful little boy, so we keep politics quiet when they’re around. We love her parents as well – the Dad is ex-military.

          • Octopus says:

            I don’t have any need to dictate politics to anyone— I was libturded for way too long in my own life, finally cutting the last miseducated cord after 9/11. I was exposed to the same kind of pretentious bullshit from snobby profs at an impressionable age, and I know how it lingers. Takes a huge Learning Moment for many of us, and I’ve read of same happening to many formerly devout lefties, like David Horowitz, Dennis Miller, David Mamet, and many others.

            My kids are very intelligent and hard-working, and always reading. I have every reason to believe they will be rational adults, and I try to help them along the path, without pontificating.

  10. dezzez says:

    Trump did not give a shout out to any Democraps Chuck.

    • rightymouse says:

      Dumbest man in Congress is Adam Schiff. Dumbest female is Maxine Waters.

      • Octopus says:

        Whatever happened to Beto O’Rourke? That putz needs to jump back in. Kerry and Shrillary, too! The clown car is feeling empty these days. What is this nasty comb doing here, with salad dressing on it? 😂

        • rightymouse says:

          Maybe he’s working on his latest poem. 😆
          Roses are red
          Violets are blue
          I’m dumb as a rock
          And like to sniff glue

  11. rightymouse says:

    Hubby is directing tonight. Big concert. Also a fundraiser for his orchestra. Already dressed in my sparklies.

  12. Octopus says:

    😢😭😢😭😩😫😣😔😭😭😭😭

  13. Octopus says:

    Wheels on, wheels off again. SSDD. 😂

    Everyday: “Things are going to get SO much worser now that the Horrible Things I predicted yesterday did not come to pass.”

  14. beed says:

    Testing testing one two three mic check

  15. Octopus says:

    This made me happy! 😄

    • rightymouse says:

      What is this???

    • windbag says:

      That is way cool. I owned/operated a Dairy Queen for sixteen years. In that time I employed hundreds of kids. They come with a work ethic and desire to succeed. It’s nothing I did other than give them a job. Three went on to open businesses in this same town. Two went on to earn a Ph.D. Teachers, restaurant managers, and lots of success stories.

      I taught school for three years and, as much as I’d like to take credit for the smart ones, the reality is this: you can’t keep a kid from learning who is determined to learn, and you can’t teach a kid who is determined not to learn. Same thing with workers. Like Faye Lewis here, they are either working towards bettering themselves and their place in this world or they’re not. Maybe the fire just hasn’t been lit yet, but often it’s just not going to get lit.

      Despite our shortcomings and the best efforts of the left, this is still a wealthy country with endless opportunities. Capitalism works. Rigged markets, crony capitalism, and all shades of communism don’t work. They stifle the economy and seek to diminish the humanity of all who suffer under it.

      Screw Bernie and his ilk.

      Bravo to the normal people like Faye Lewis who work hard every day.

  16. Octopus says:

    “This is what I used to write “Dookie Stick,” back in my White Soul Master days.”

  17. rightymouse says:

    Meh. Let ’em yammer. They’re deranged.

    • Octopus says:

      What a load of bollocks that article is! 😂😂

      T-minus 350 days until the separation.

      • rightymouse says:

        Dunno. Harry seems as messed up as Meghan.

        • Octopus says:

          She’s going to dump his ass when he can’t help her show-biz career anymore. Wait and see. He’ll go back to Buckingham Palace with his tail between his legs, and then get back to princing.

          • rightymouse says:

            I was really hoping that she was going to give him comfort & stability. He’s been so messed up since Diana’s death. But I don’t think she can stand the fact that William & Kate are #1 and not her & Harry. Sad. The baby is beautiful!

  18. Octopus says:

    I need to be on a beach somewhere, soaking up the rays.

  19. Koko says:

    Best bowler in the world.

  20. Koko says:

    Karen Corr – best rack in pro pool 😜

  21. rightymouse says:

    Fatso’s talking about himself again. 😆

    Daytona was a huge success for Trump. Deal with it! 😆

  22. beed says:

    I’ve been banned from LGF, looks like. Must have happened sometime between 2014 and now. Still. What a scandal. That blog is nothing without me.

    Here’s my prediction: Page views and visits after my departure will have plummeted.

  23. Octopus says:

    This is precious. 😂

  24. Octopus says:

    The comments on this dame’s runway lurch at Breitbart made me spit coffee twice. 😱😂

  25. Koko says:

    I notice Kimberly made sure she’s in the picture too. 🙂

  26. Koko says:

    https://www.breitbart.com/2020-election/2020/02/17/mike-bloomberg-belittled-farm-and-manufacturing-jobs-for-not-requiring-brain-power/#

    He’s a real “man of the people”. Mike’s populist message:

    – Farmers and blue collar workers are dim bulbs
    – Women in the workplace are bimbos who should drop and give BJs to everybody.
    – Women who work for him and who are expecting a baby should “kill it” so he can avoid paying
    another unproductive cow on maternity leave.
    – Oh and if they’re attractive then they’re “meat” he’d like to have a piece of.

    A real sweetheart.

  27. Koko says:

    https://www.breitbart.com/environment/2020/02/17/uk-professor-only-way-to-save-planet-is-to-let-humans-become-extinct/

    Nothing like some deconstructionist psycho-babble mixed with some PC gibberish and humanity self-hatred masquerading as unbiased profundity to make a killing selling books to moron snowflakes. I’m predicting best seller on this one.

    On Amazon there were several glowing reviews by academics. And in the reader reviews this detailed crushing and dismissive critique by a fellow philosopher which received 1 out of 5 stars (of course!)

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R34BJ781FVDNR5/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B081PHNGDH

  28. ISTE says:

    Welcome back Beed. I missed you, But I hope people in here do not take that as meaning in a homosexual partner thing…..

    🙂

  29. beed says:

    Oh, and since we’re doing this affiliation denouncement thing: I am no longer affiliated to my affiliation to beer and cake on account of being affiliated to maintaining my super-manly chest.

  30. beed says:

    So… What are we outraged about today?

    • ISTE says:

      Animal cruelty, unwanted animal dumping.

      And if a couple of animals don’t get their shit together soon then…. I am going to run away!

      • beed says:

        How far down the mammal chain does one have to go to make a hammer a solution? Dolphins?

        • ISTE says:

          Well currently having the pleasure of entertaining two three day old cats. Anyone who calles them “kittens” is deluded.

          Even though they have their eyes closed they have a full set of sharp pointy teeth, arms and feet fully equipped with tiny razor sharp claws and vocal cords and a screaming ability that could get them lead singer in Nightwish.

          Giving birth to a thing like that would be the sane as you or I shitting a cactus.

  31. ISTE says:

    I currently have a very important project. Been working on it for 24 hours so far and finally the little bastards went to sleep. Or stopped screaming because they are finally happy. Or died…..

    Being honest at 5am this morning if all went quiet because they died I would have been happy.

    But would have regretted it for the rest of my miserable life.

    • beed says:

      1) Are they dolphins?, and 2) do you own a hammer?

      • ISTE says:

        Actually for a while not even sure they were cats.

        • beed says:

          Kitten Almond Ding

          Meat from 2 whole kittens (about 2 lbs.)
          1 egg white
          1 tsp. salt
          1 tsp. cornstarch
          1 tsp. soy sauce
          Dash of white pepper
          2 med. carrots
          2 tbsp. oyster sauce or 1 tbsp. dark soy sauce
          1 tbsp. plus 1 tsp. cornstarch
          1/4 tsp. water
          Vegetable oil
          2 tbsp. vegetable oil
          1/4 c. diced onion
          1 tsp. finely chopped garlic
          1 tsp. finely chopped gingerroot
          1 c. diced celery
          1/2 c. diced canned water chestnuts
          1 tsp. salt
          1/2 d. diced bamboo shoots
          1 can (4 oz.) button mushrooms, drained
          1/2 c. kitten broth made from boiled kitten meat
          1 c. frozen peas
          1/2 c. roasted whole almonds
          2 tbsp. chopped green onions (with tops)

          Remove bones, entrails and skin from kittens. Cut kittens into 1/4 inch pieces. Mix egg white, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon cornstarch, the soy sauce and white pepper in glass or plastic bowl. Stir in kitten meat. Cover and refrigerate 30 minutes. Cut carrots into 1/2 inch pieces. Place carrots in boiling water. Cover and cook 1 minute. Immediately rinse under running cold water. Drain. Mix oyster sauce, 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon cornstarch and the water. Heat vegetable oil (1 inch) in wok to 325 degrees. Add kitten meat. Fry, turning frequently, until kitten meat turns brown. Remove from wok to strainer. Wash and dry wok thoroughly. Heat wok until 1 or 2 drops of water bubble and skitter when sprinkled in wok. Add 2 tablespoons vegetable oil. Rotate wok to coat side. Add onion, garlic and gingerroot. Stir-fry until garlic is light brown. Add celery, water chestnuts and 1 teaspoon salt. Stir-fry 1 minute. Add bamboo shoots and mushrooms; stir-fry 1 minute. Stir in carrots, kitten meat and kitten broth. Heat to boiling; cover and stir until thickened, about 20 seconds. Stir in peas. Garnish with almonds and green onions. 6 servings.

          Microwave Reheat Directions: Prepare Kitten Almond Ding as directed except—omit peas, almonds and green onions; cover and refrigerate no longer than 24 hours. Just before serving, prepare peas, almonds and green onions. Cover kitten mixture tightly and microwave on microproof platter or bowl on high (100%) power 5 minutes; stir in peas. Cover and microwave until hot, about 5 minutes longer. Garnish with almonds and green onions.

  32. beed says:

    Solving ISTE’s problem. Check.

    Anyone else?

  33. Bunk X says:

    Interesting, but not surprising.
    Unemployment Projections with and without Obama’s “stimulus package.”

    Unemployment Projection vs. Actual

    Source

  34. dezzez says:

    Chuck has ideas about some killer ads.
    All involve adolescent bathroom jokes and links to his pop-up infested hate-site.

    • Octopus says:

      Not one of those “Killer Ads” will ever see the light of day, because they don’t exist. Chonky hasn’t had a Killer Idea since the night he drove off in Duke’s VW. You might as well be waiting for his Killer App to go all Microsoft-y, that being the Mouse-Ka-Mania or whatever. 😆

      • dezzez says:

        I remember him bragging a few months back about his super duper app, there was one fool all hyped about it, wonder if Chuck conned that fool outta any cash before he stopped pretending it was real.

        • Octopus says:

          I vaguely recall that, but I can’t remember what the “Killer App” was supposed to do…inveigle cash donations out of preschool kids?

  35. dezzez says:

    Right McFatty, we should all let communists and socialists buy our votes with promises of free everything when we know full well they are never gonna deliver.

    • Koko says:

      Yes we need to veer back on the track of unchecked illegal invasion, high unemployment, economic malaise and a foreign/trade policy built on status quo, subservience and apologies. Take a bow Obungle! Oh wait I see you already do that to every tinpot commie and whacko theocratic Muslim dictator you meet. Thank gosh he opened up Cuba. What a win for the US! Oh and there was that tour of Africa. I’m sure we got some great trade deals from that. And the trip to China. They gave him a beautiful Chinese dress to wear.

  36. dezzez says:

    Suddenly Chuck is cool with “Stop and Frisk”

  37. ISTE says:

    Three day old kittens are fun.

    Kitten one: *screaming* FEED ME!
    Kitten two: *screaming* FEED ME!

    Me: *waking up at 4am* OK little guys let me get your milk and bottle ready, nice warm milk….

    ( five more minutes of cat screams and then off we go! )

    Kitten one: “suck suck burp suck suck bleargh… ” Kitten one fed.
    Kitten two: “suck suck burp suck suck bleargh… ” Kitten two fed.

    Both kittens fall asleep, a deep wonderful sleep. And so do I

    30 minutes later…..

    Kitten one: *screaming^
    Kitten two : “screaming”

    Me: They cannot be hungry already. *gets out of bed and prepares a bottle*

    Me : *tries to feed kitten one, nope. Tries to feed kitten two, same result^

    What is wrong? Why are they so upset?

    I asked them……

    Kitten one: He stuck his foot in my ear!
    Kitten two: Only because you sat on my face!
    Kitten one: You just happened to put your face where I wanted to sit!
    Kitten two: But you should have seen you were in the way!
    Kitten one: We cannot see..

    Kitten two: OK I forgive you this time, but once I can see I am going to get you!

    Kitten one: See ya!

    And we all went back to sleep, for two hours.

  38. dezzez says:

    I just saved a screen shot of this to send to the courts if you pull that shit. Chuck

  39. beed says:

    Is this a pro-Trump site now?

    • OLT's You're Not Asking For Anything Unique says:

      Just pro-USA. As a contrast to the creepy, aging stalker we pretend to focus on.

      If that happens to intersect with Trump …

      Were you looking for an anti-Trump site? I mean, something really just irrationally visceral and anti-intellectual? A site in complete denial of any possibility that Trump can do any good? A site that makes smarmy mealy-mouthed Muslim’fearing Europe dhimmi pols look like Trump fan bois in comparison? Do you like bicycles, noodly guitar, and gluing your ass to a futon with your own bodily secretions? If so, boy, have I got a site for you!

      • beed says:

        Yes. Balloons.

        • OLT's Yeah But This Ain't Sweden Darlin' says:

          We’re out of balloons, and our supply of ballons is interrupted by the Corona/Wuhan virus.

          Apologies.

          We do have some balls-on, but I must admit it’s not what most people are looking for.

    • Koko says:

      Only in the sense that, if Chonky hates it then we like it.

  40. dezzez says:

    The lack of self-awareness is staggering.

  41. Octopus says:

    Is beed an anti-Trumper Swedish cretin now? Okay, whatever. Enjoy your Muslim no-go zones and rampaging rape-mobs at home. 😱😄

  42. rightymouse says:

    I like Trump! He’s pro-USA! And American citizens! 🙂

  43. beed says:

    The only thing I like less than Trump are the people disliking Trump.

    So you figure it out. I can’t. But then again, I don’t get to vote. I only get to watch the shit show from afar.

    • rightymouse says:

      Trump is fabulous for America. Not sure about his influence on Sweden except Swedes don’t get to vote.

      • Octopus says:

        Trump is God. 🙂

        Sorry about my rude reply earlier, Beed. I have Tourette’s Syndrome.

        • Koko says:

          Being a terrible person I LMAO at this. He goes “She has nice ass. I’d like to tit fuck her ass”. It’s what we’re all really thinking. 🤣😂🦍

    • OLT's Yeah But This Ain't Sweden Darlin' says:

      The shit show in France is more exciting.

      The shit show in Germany is a little more frightening.

      I don’t know if Belgians shit, or if they have shows.

      ps – all you have to do to vote in the US is cross the border and die. You’ll be voting Democrat in a week or less.

  44. Octopus says:

    The wheels coming off again? Damn it! Where are those locking lugnuts I ordered?!

    • Octopus says:

      Can’t wait for him to pardon Stone, Flynn, Manafort and a couple other guys unjustly convicted by the corrupt DOJ. So many heads will be exploding! 😆

  45. Octopus says:

    My wife is making scones for a family (ladiez only) tea party this weekend, and I’m sampling all the kinds. I just realized I really love scones. 🙂

    Like mine with coffee, though. That’s wrong. Tough.

    • Octopus says:

      “Those jobs are gone, and they’re not coming back. Does Trump have a magic wand, he’s gonna wave to bring back all these manufacturing jobs?”

      The Unicorn Messiah’s vile attempts to take credit for Trump’s economic milagro really frosted my scones last week, while I was already down with the Death Flu. I can’t believe the nerve of the SCOAMF! Not to mention, his lickspittle Palace Guard Media, still on the job for this ludicrous Empty Suit. 😆

  46. Octopus says:

    J-Lo, you are keeping it real. God bless. 🙂

  47. rightymouse says:

    Warren’s toast, Fatso. Do stay current.

  48. beed says:

    Spent the day installing a new shower and getting electrical shit for tomorrow’s electric adventures. By tomorrow night my testosterone levels will be so high I could impregnate rightymouse from 2000 miles away.

  49. Dezes says:

    Leave it to Chuck to step in it, grab a handful and rub it all over his face.

    • Koko says:

      Oh this guy’s after Chonk’s own heart! Asking faw a fwiend. See what I did there?? Well, not only is it hackneyed and never was clever, try using using Google, pindick. Instead of splurting stupidgely in Twitland.

      https://www.weaselzippers.us/444054-trump-names-top-ambassador-to-head-of-national-intelligence/

      Grenell was a Partner with Los Angeles-based Capitol Media Partners. He has served as a senior policy and communications advisor for public officials at the local, state, federal and international levels, as well as for a Fortune 300 ranked company

      Grenell is the longest serving U.S. spokesman and political appointee at the UN in history having served from 2001-2008. In 2012, Grenell briefly served as Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney’s National Security and Foreign Affairs Spokesman. His appointment made him the first openly gay spokesman for a Republican Presidential candidate. In 2001, he was appointed by President George W. Bush to serve as Director of Communications and Public Diplomacy for the United States Ambassador to the United Nations and advised four U.S. Ambassadors – John D. Negroponte, John C. Danforth, John R. Bolton and Zalmay Khalilzad in the eight years at the UN. Grenell was also appointed in 2004 as an Alternate Representative to the UN Security Council with full voting rights and privileges.

      Grenell served as the United States Spokesman during the world body’s most turbulent time. He led communications strategies on issues such as the war on terrorism, peacekeeping operations, the conflict in the Middle East, nuclear proliferation, Israel’s security and the UN’s Oil for Food Corruption investigation, to name a few.

      Prior to his tenure at the UN, Grenell served as a spokesman for New York Governor George Pataki’s Administration, San Diego Mayor Susan Golding, Congressman Mark Sanford and Congressman Dave Camp, former Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee. Grenell has also served as the spokesman for many state and federal political candidates including three U.S. Presidential campaigns.

      Grenell has written for the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, CBSNews, CNN and the Washington Times. Grenell’s twitter feed was hailed by Time Magazine as one of the Top 10 Political sites in 2014.

      Grenell taught at The University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Communications and was an Advisory Board Member of Newsmax Media. He also previously served on the Langley Intelligence Group Advisory Board.

      Grenell received a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and his Bachelor’s Degree in Government and Public Administration from Evangel College.