Alex Jones talks with Ted Nugent about the potential of Nugent running for office in 2018.
February 21, 2017
February 17, 2017
“If these GOP sonsabitches don’t get it right this time I will come charging in as the ultimate WE THE PISSED OFF PEOPLE Mr FixIt Consitutional firebreathing shitkicker candidate from hell!” Nugent said on his official Facebook page, sharing the blog post.
American musician and conservative activist Theodore Anthony “Ted” Nugent would not ruled out a potential 2018 Senate bid in an exclusive interview with the Daily Caller News Foundation (TheDCNF).
“I’m always very interested in making my country and the great state of Michigan great again and there is nothing I wouldn’t do to help in any way I possibly can,” Nugent told TheDCNF in an interview Wednesday.
Nugent shared a story from West Michigan Politics, a local Michigan political blog, which entertained the idea of a Ted Nugent 2018 Senate run Tuesday.
Michigan’s 2018 U.S. Senate race is likely to garner a lot of attention, as the state went red for a presidential election for the first time since 1988. Incumbent Democrat Sen. Debbie Stabenow, elected in 2000, successfully held off Republican challengers in 2006 and 2012.
December 8, 2016
Rock legend to collaborate with the non-profit to eliminate veteran homelessness in Michigan.
Exodus Place, a nonprofit that cares for homeless military veterans, has announced rock legend, Ted Nugent, is joining them as Ambassador. Nugent is supporting the nonprofit with the goal of making Michigan the leading state in achieving zero military veteran homelessness. The musician believes that with everyone’s support, it is achievable.
“Ted has the heart for our military and has agreed with our president, that it is time to complete this mission and give military veterans all the help they need. We are very excited about this development, and we hope that it will further push us towards our ultimate goal of eradicating military veteran homelessness in the state of Michigan,” said Robb Munger, a company representative.
Exodus Place provides more than just shelter and three hot meals a day. They help to locate, rehabilitate and develop veterans going through a difficult challenge. They also provide medical needs, clothing, personal hygiene materials and bedrooms with lamps, hangers, pillows, and dressers. The organization also provides access to education and colleges, so that veterans can acquire news skills, which will improve their chances of getting a new job and starting a new life.
October 24, 2016
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August 18, 2016
So I guess Ted Nugent was in the news again. He wrote some kind of list about why you should support Donald Trump, which upset certain people, as every move the Nuge makes is wont to do.
But let’s put the man’s politics aside for a second (though regular readers know that Ted and I are part of the same vast right-wing conspiracy). Ted Nugent is a national treasure. You either get it or you probably really like Arcade Fire and get your news from John Oliver.
Nugent’s first band, The Amboy Dukes, were one of the more underappreciated acts of American garage punk. “Journey to the Center of the Mind” is the best song about doing so much acid you don’t know which way is up, performed by a man who inspired the straight-edge movement.
Oh, you didn’t know? Best crack open your copy of American Hardcore. Ted Nugent was beloved by what would later become the American hardcore scene. This was especially true among those in the nation’s capital who would pioneer the straight-edge movement. You see, kids, the Motor City Madman is one of the most notoriously anti-drug, anti-drink, anti-smoke rock & rollers this side of Gene Simmons.
July 27, 2016
Here are the normally verbose Motor City Madman’s surprisingly concise answers.
The use of classic rock songs by campaigning politicians has been all over the news recently, with artists such as Queen, the Turtles and the Rolling Stones criticizing presidential candidate Donald Trump for using their music during last week’s Republican National Convention.
John Mellencamp and Heart even teamed up to record a satirical anthem called “Don’t Use Our Song” for John Oliver on his HBO show. So with the Democratic National Convention taking place this week, we decided to ask Trump supporter and noted conservative Ted Nugent for his thoughts on the intellectual property rights of his fellow artists, what song he’d like to hear when Trump takes the stage and what would happen (if hell froze over and) Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton strolled out for her acceptance speech to the strains of, say, his 1976 classic “Free for All.”
Here are the normally verbose Motor City Madman’s surprisingly concise answers.
What do you think of musicians such as Queen, Aerosmith and the Rolling Stones asking Donald Trump not to use their music? Should it be within a musician’s rights to dictate who can and can’t use their songs in that manner?
Ownership of intellectual property is sacred to those of us who create it, and no one has any right to it without our permission.
Which of your songs would you most like to see Mr. Trump use during
his campaign stops?
“Stranglehold” would clinch the presidency.
July 26, 2016
Do you agree with him? Here’s 20 reasons rockin’ Ted Nugent thinks everyone should vote for Trump.
Obama is against Trump
The Media is against Trump
The establishment Democrats are against Trump
The establishment Republicans are against Trump
The Pope is against Trump
The UN is against Trump
The EU is against Trump
China is against Trump
Mexico is against Trump
Soros is against Trump
Black Lives Matter is against Trump
MoveOn.Org is against Trump
Koch Bro’s are against Trump
Hateful, racist, violent Liberals are against Trump
There you go, sportsfans. … oh, and Hillary is against Trump. Duh.
Pretty sure Ted Nugent would like all this in-house nonsense to go away too.
BUT WAIT~ Uncle Ted added some honorable mentions:
Cher says she will leave the country
Whoopi says she will leave the country
Rosie says she will leave the country
Al Sharpton says he will leave the country
Gov. Brown says California will build a wall
July 22, 2016
July 16, 2016
Ted Nugent interview with Joe Pags.
June 29, 2016
“Trump represents the ultimate anti-status-quo suckerpunch. Bernie and Hillary are all about bribing gullible losers to vote for the big scam that they can get other’s earnings all the while making America weaker and weaker. How pathetic.”
Q: I know you’ve been a very vocal Trump supporter, and it is a big election year. If you had a chance to talk an undecided voter into Trump, what would you say?
A: I say it all the time: Trump represents the ultimate anti-status-quo suckerpunch. Bernie and Hillary are all about bribing gullible losers to vote for the big scam that they can get other’s earnings all the while making America weaker and weaker. How pathetic.
Q: You’ve said, “I like Donald Trump because he is bold and he is treating the culture war as the culture war that it is.” Could you talk a bit about the culture war and what it means to you, and also what you think a guy like Trump could do about it?
A: Lord have mercy, I could write “Gone with the Wind” on this answer, but I will keep it simple and concise. The culture war in America can best be described by the battle between workin’ hard, playin’ hard s–tkickers that bust our ass to make America strong by earning our own way and kickin’ maximum ass versus soulless weaklings who have been brainwashed into thinking they are entitled to a free ride.
What the hell is social justice? What sort of fool can imagine income equality as dictated by bureaucrats and government thugs? I dare anyone to attempt to explain those drug-inspired fantasies in meaningful terms. There are multi-scatterings of various and associated issues and concerns, but it all boils down to accountable people versus those unwilling to be accountable. Absolutely heartbreaking.