Put a Helmet On (2004), A Conservative Unleashed (2005), Tolerate This (2006) Wussification (2007) The Best of Brad Stine (2008)
Brad Stine enjoys shattering pre-conceptions. In modern stand-up comedy, cultural signifiers abound. Call a comic aggressive and confrontational, and it usually means coarse language and crude subject matter. Call a comic cerebral, and it usually means a liberal who makes reference to politicians and pop-culture figures. Call a comic clean, and it usually means someone mild-mannered, polite, and exceedingly safe. Brad Stine bulldozes those stereotypes with manic, wild-eyed, thought-provoking glee. "Modern comedy is full of acts who are pushing the envelope of society," Stine says. "But those who use comedy for social commentary tend to be liberal. I represent something different, something I think is more in line with most of America."
Stine's distinctive brand of comedy has brought him standing ovations across the country-as well as praise from the media. He's been seen on The NBC Nightly News, CNN's Paula Zahn Now, FOX News' Hannity & Colmes, MTV's Half Hour Comedy Hour, Showtime's Comedy Club Network, Evening at the Improv and Comedy on the Road as well as The New Yorker, USA Today, Newsweek, and The New York Times.
Brad has always addressed the conservative movement in America. He says, "Conservatives have some representation on television, on radio and in books. But you don't hear it much in comedy. I think there's a gap there, and I'd like to provide some balance."