?Maybe one day we’ll take classism as seriously as we take racism and sexism, but that day’s a long way off. The post The Ted Nugent Paradox appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Ted Nugent called a black man a "mongrelboy" during an exchange on Facebook in just the latest example of the National Rifle Association board member's use of the social media platform as a launch pad for racial attacks. Although Nugent...Show More Summary
“Aporkalypse Reswined” features Brian “Pigman” Quaca, Ted Nugent and others in an evening of programming dedicated to the eradication of feral hogs The post Sportsman Channel Re-swines “Aporkalypse” Adventures in Marathon Coverage on Saturday, August 22 from 4-8 p.m. ET appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
Nuge It or Lose It - Fifty Necks of R... 2:48 In response to Ted Nugent's terrible and misogynistic Fox News-watching ritual, Janet Varney, Craig Rowin and Rich Fulcher wonder what else he does while lounging around. Watch full episodes...Show More Summary
Lynyrd Skynyrd, Alabama, Blackberry Smoke, the Oak Ridge Boys, Travis Tritt, Wynonna and Ted Nugent were among more than two dozen acts taking the stage last night at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena for the 40th anniversary of Charlie Daniels' legendary Volunteer Jam. But it was a surprise appearance by Eric Church...
I swore I wasn't going to do one more post on Donald Trump and his stupid comments about Megyn Kelly. But this isn't really a post about Trump. It's a post about Ted Nugent and his nasty sexist jokes. This is what he dropped on Fox viewers today: During an Aug. Show More Summary
Rock star and conservative activist Ted Nugent defended Donald Trump by bemoaning that Fox News’ Megyn Kelly had gone into the “status quo,” while also making lurid remarks about watching her show, Media Matters reported. “I’m a big fan of Donald Trump because I...
In response to Donald Trump's attacks on Megyn Kelly, Ted Nugent made some, um, weird remarks about watching the Fox News anchor while naked.
National Rifle Association board member Ted Nugent sided with Donald Trump in the candidate's recent feud with Fox News host Megyn Kelly, calling Trump "a good guy" and saying he turns on Kelly's show "just to look at her" and often does so naked, while loading his gun. In the wake of Fox News' Aug. Show More Summary
A sexist Trump defense only Nugent could give
A song about Megyn Kelly, apparently. Well, this argument about whether Donald Trump or Megyn Kelly is the biggest sexist is officially OVER, even more than when Bristol Palin finally commented on the situation, because Ted Nugent has spoken, and what do you know, he said something really gross. Show More Summary
Oh, thank goodness, Ted Nugent has finally seen fit to weigh in on that dentist who killed that lion. We’d been hoping the great white skidmarked hunter would have some insights on the matter, and he came through in a big way, explaining...Show More Summary
National Rifle Association board member Ted Nugent referenced Nazi Germany's propaganda operation to claim that the worldwide outrage sparked by the killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe is a "lie." He made the remarks during a media...Show More Summary
Suffice it to say, Ted Nugent is not among those lighting a candle for the late Cecil the Lion. Instead, he is lighting the Internet on fire. In response to those crushed by the creature's death - and the man responsible, Walter Palmer - Nugent unleashed an epic Facebook tirade. "The whole story is a lie," writes the rocker. Show More Summary
Rocker Ted Nugent is extremely well known as a longtime rock star as well as an avid hunter. And this week, with liberals losing their tiny minds over the death
Managed hysteria. Whip up mobs to get them angry over a given topic. This is an actual “Two Minutes of Hate.” It’s like they are using Orwell and Bradbury as
The gun-slinging rocker just shared some thoughts that might trump Mia Farrow's in the tone-deaf department
As outrage continued over the killing of tourist attraction Cecil the lion by a hunter in Zimbabwe, National Rifle Association board member Ted Nugent called the controversy "a lie" and a "joke," adding, "God are people stupid." TheShow More Summary
Ted Nugent has been pretty outspoken on his views regarding gun control in the U.S., but over the weekend, he told reporters during a visit to pay his respects to the victims of a tragic shooting in Lafayette, Louisiana, that now is not the time to address it. Show More Summary
Last week RightWingNews reported that liberals were attempting to force rock singer Kid Rock to publicly disavow the Confederate flag. Now Kid Rock is teaming with ultra patriot Ted Nugent