September 21, 2016
This week we talk to Lucian Wintrich, who made news and angers the Left after the 2016 RNC when his "Twinks for Trump" photographs were on display at the LGBTrump party. Breitbart's Milo wrote:
Gays are no longer trapped under the thumb of the Democratic Party. And some of us are discovering how much fun it can be rubbing that in. That’s why I’m so amused by the Twinks for Trump movement,which has not only made topless men in MAGA hats cool, but also reflects a renaissance in gay culture driven by libertarianism, free speech fundamentalism and the joy and mischief of the online Trump movement.
Lucian, a brand strategist and digital creative, is currently raising money for a pro-Trump, pro-America gallery show in New York. Click here to learn more and to donate. Listen to the podcast for the scoop on all the fun stuff happening at the show.
September 1, 2016
In this episode: A big announcement from Lisa, the inside scoop from Brett on Clinton Cash: The Graphic Novel and the day we went viral on Facebook.
July 15, 2016
Operation Thank an Officer started out as a simple request by Liz Gerads, mother of two and wife of a Minnesota police officer. After learning that her husband had never received a thank you note, she asked for people to send thank you notes that she could pass along to officers in the Wright County, Minnesota Sheriffs Department. Soon people from all over the country sent in letters. Operation Thank an Officer has received over 20,000 notes and cards and have been distributed to precincts across the country. Additionally, Operation Thank an Officer has a scholarship program and memorial fund. Click here to learn more and donate.
In this podcast, we talk to Liz about protests she's been seeing in Minnesota and Operation Thank an Officer's programs. Brett also gives his tips for getting out of a ticket.
Send your thank you note to police officers:
Operation Thank an Officer
PO Box 92
Montrose, MN 55363
July 11, 2016
Chris Barron is a longtime political activist, writer and friend. He's a frequent guest on "Red Eye with Tom Shillue" on Fox News, columnist for The Guardian, and founder of LGBTrump. Like the LGBTrump page and get the latest on their activities at the Republican National Convention here. For those who follow Lisa on Twitter, you may also know him as the "father" of Auggie and Chester, the world's cutest dogs.
In this podcast, we talk about the Left's acceptance of radical Islam, the backlash against the politically correct/social justice movement, and why Captain America shouldn't have a boyfriend.
June 6, 2016
This week we talked to Matt Battaglia about his new comic book series, Indoctrination. We also talk movies, the importance of storytelling in politics, and Matt Kibbe's beard.
May 23, 2016
Andrea Tantaros is best known for cohosting Outnumbered and The Five. Additionally, she’s worked in radio, on political campaigns, on Capitol Hill, and as a columnist for New York Daily News. Her successful career makes her uniquely qualified to tackle the bogus promises of radical feminists. In this episode we talk about her new bestselling book, Tied Up in Knots: How Getting What We Wanted Made Women Miserable.
April 29, 2016
In this episode, we talk to Ben Kissel about growing pains, his many diet plans and what's coming up on Red Eye w/ Tom Shillue.
Ben is a comedian, writer for Red Eye
, and political commentator. Follow him on Twitter at @BenKissel
. Also check out the new Red Eye Podcast here.
April 18, 2016
This week we talk to actor Scott Baio about Trump, the vagrants in Hollywood, and political lessons from The Godfather.
Baio is best known for his starring roles in popular sitcoms, including Happy Days, Joanie Loves Chachi, Charles in Charge, and, our personal favorite, Arrested Development. He also starred on two seasons on VH1’s Scott Baio is 45… and Single. After the end of the first season, his then-girlfriend now wife, Renee, announced that she was pregnant, which lead to a name-change for the show – Scott Baio is 46… and Pregnant.
Following the birth of their daughter, Bailey, they started the Bailey Baio Angel Foundation to build awareness for newborn screenings for organic acidemia metabolic disorders. They also raise funds to help support families and children affected by these disorders. For more information and to donate, visit www.baileybaioangelfoundation.com.