The 2014 Summer X Games belong in the city with the highest violent crime rate in the United States... Detroit... so says the Motor City Madman Ted Nugent. In case you didn't know, this year will be the X Games' last year in Los Angeles -- and…
Nuge appeared on NRA News with host Cam Edwards. The Motor City Madman reminded Edwards that it was only a year ago that he had promised to be “dead or in jail” by the Spring of 2013 if Obama was re-elected. “And I know it caught a lot of my friends off guard, when I [...]
The Motor City Madman will sit among the invited guests at President Obama's State of the Union Address tomorrow evening. [ more › ]
In recent years, a journalistic cottage industry has emerged around the collapse of once-vibrant Detroit, the implosion of the domestic automotive industry, and the stark racial divide that looms over everything in the city. National news outlets are continually fascinated by the city and its renaissance efforts. Show More Summary
They don't call him the Motor City Madman for nothing. Ted Nugent sat down with talk radio host Mike Broomhead today to explain his... unique interview on CBS this morning where he basically tore into his interviewer, Jeff Glor, for telling him he is not a moderate. Show More Summary
Ted Nugent lived up to his "Motor City Madman" reputation during a television interview with "CBS Morning News." The rocker, hunter and political activist sat down with Jeff Glor in his first on-camera appearance since being interviewed by the Secret Service for comments about President Barack Obama made during recent a National Rifle Association meeting [...]
Recent controversial statements by “Motor City Madman” Ted Nugent have not only made him a person of interest to the U.S. Secret Service—they, along with his entire history in the media, make him sound like an identical twin to Eric Cartman, South Park’s most notorious resident (though we believe Cartman’s ideal woman is a few [...]
The Anchorage Daily News is reporting that Ted "The Motor City Madman" Nugent signed a plea agreement on April 14 in which he admits to illegally shooting and transporting a black bear in Southeast Alaska two years ago. The agreement states that...
More gun fun with the Motor City Madman. Ted Nugent has agreed to a $10,000 fine for illegally shooting and transporting a black bear in Alaska in 2009, according to a plea he signed with prosecutors there, reports the Anchorage Daily News. In addition to the fine, Nugent will...
The summer concert lineup at Ft. Knox will no longer include the Motor City Madman, who was to be the opening act. Co-headliners REO Speedwagon and Styx remain scheduled to perform. However, after learning of Nugent’s recent public comments about the president of the United States, Fort Knox leadership decided to cancel his performance on the installation.…
The Motor City Madman—emphasis on "madman"—spoke at the National Rifle Association's annual convention over the weekend and urged attendees to vote for Mitt, and added he would not tolerate another four years of an Obama administration. [ more › ]
St. Louis, Missouri - Ted Nugent, NRA Board Member, Second Amendment activist, New York Times bestselling author, Motor City Madman, acclaimed musician and member of the Bowhunters Hall of Fame – or “just a guitarist” as he says it – helped send off this year’s NRA Annual Meeting in St. Louis in style on Sunday afternoon. [...]Show More Summary
In case you didn't know, Ted Nugent really, really, really likes guns. The Motor City Madman is known for his conservative views on... well, everything. So why did he decide to endorse the relatively moderate Mitt Romney in the Republican nomination competition? [ more › ]
Rock legend Ted Nugent threw his support behind presidential hopeful Mitt Romney on Friday via his Twitter account. The Motor City Madman tweeted, “after a long heart&soul conversation with MittRomney today I concluded this goodman will prop...
On Monday night's broadcast of Countdown with Keith Olbermann, host Keith Olbermann matched the show's edgy new look with some choice language for Motor City Madman Ted Nugent. Flouting the obviously more=relaxed standard of his newShow More Summary
Ted Nugent, the Motor City Madman of music, says he's looking forward to his pal Rick Perry facing off against President Obama in 2012.
The Salt Lake Trib's Brett Prettyman recently had a chance to ask the Motor City Madman Ted Nugent to weigh in on the Utah stream access debate. "I guess I'd err on the side of freedom. I'd implore the landowners to reconsider and open the waterways. Show More Summary
Ted Nugent, the "Motor City Madman" of '70s hard rock, has a plan to fix Social Security: eliminate it. And make workers under 45 pay to wind it up. With enemies like this, does Social Security even need friends?
Over at Human Events, Lisa De Pasquale interviews Ted and Shemane Nugent. Is the ultra-conservative Motor City Madman who gave us all Scream Dreams while recovering from Cat Scratch Fever after indulging in Wang Dang Sweet Poontang and learning that If You Can't Lick 'em...Lick 'em still mad? You decide based on these selective snippets: 4. Show More Summary