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Ted Nugent

Ted Nugent is an American rock 'n' roll, sporting and political activist icon. He is the author of "Ted, White, and Blue: The Nugent Manifesto" and "God, Guns & Rock 'N' Roll" (Regnery Publishing).

Articles by Ted Nugent

** FILE ** NRA members listen to speakers during the NRA Annual Meeting of Members at the National Rifle Association's 142 Annual Meetings and Exhibits in the George R. Brown Convention Center Saturday, May 4, 2013, in Houston. (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle, Johnny Hanson)

NUGENT: NRA'S 142nd annual freedom party a huge success

I raced off stage in Tampa after throttling my 6511th high energy rockout, mopped up as much dripping sweat as I could, changed into dry clothes, grabbed a Gatorade and a sack of food, hung onto my gorgeous wife Shemane and headed to the airport lickity split. Published May 6, 2013

Illustration Costas Rant by John Camejo for The Washington Times

NUGENT: Bob Costas is dead wrong

As you read this, know that by the time you finish, somewhere in America a fellow citizen will use a gun to stop a crime and save a life. Published December 6, 2012

Illustration Welfare Cows by John Camejo for The Washington Times

NUGENT: U.S. sailed off the 'fiscal cliff' long ago

Only a Fedzillacrat could possibly think raising taxes on the wealthy could accomplish anything toward restoring sanity in the financial insane asylum known as our federal government. Published December 3, 2012

Illustration by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

NUGENT: Bakers' union ding-dong move endangers 18,000 jobs

In yet another never-ending series of terminal ding-dong moves, members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union went on strike and drove Hostess out of business, providing one more stinking example of how labor unions can no longer have their cake and it eat it, too. Published November 21, 2012

Illustration: Fedzilla by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

NUGENT: Our financial house is a disaster

One of my greatest pleasures is causing the noggins of fuzzy-headed simpletons to spin 'round and 'round. It is the definition of efficiency, as it simply takes a statement of truth and logic to set them off. Published November 15, 2012

Illustration Presidential Report Card by Greg Groesch for The Washington Times

NUGENT: Want a job? Vote for Romney

It boils down to this: If you want to grow the economy and get a job, vote for Mitt Romney. If you want more anti-business policies and counterproductive government welfare, vote for President Obama. Published October 16, 2012

Illustration Gun Country by John Camejo for The Washington Times

NUGENT: Discovering 'Ted Nugent’s Gun Country'

The jury is not still out on whether or not young Ted was uppity beyond compare. My youthful energy level was measured in ballistic Richter-scale increments. The term "whirling dervish" was invented in an attempt to explain my indefatigable life's velocity. Published October 9, 2012

Illustration Cradle to Grave by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

NUGENT: Mitt Romney was right about the 47 percent

Mitt Romney hit the bull's-eye with his comments regarding the 47 percent of Americans who do not have any skin in the game as it pertains to paying federal income tax. Facts are facts. Published September 27, 2012

Illustration: Socialist Obama by Alexander Hunter for The Washington Times

NUGENT: No protest for Democrats' confab

Today's young Americans have nothing in common with the counterculture generation of young Americans who marched, protested and brawled with Chicago's finest at the Democratic National Convention in 1968. Published September 6, 2012

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NUGENT: McNugent rule: Automatic death penalty

What a psychotic piece of subhuman debris did on Jan. 11, 2011, outside a Tucson Safeway store where Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was holding a "meet and greet" with constituents was an unfathomable act of barbarism. Published September 3, 2012

Illustration by M. Ryder

NUGENT: Task One this Labor Day: Defeat Obama

Ask yourself this question: Are you better off since Barack Obama was elected president or not? For too many Americans, the answer is painfully obvious. Published August 31, 2012

The Washington Times

NUGENT: Don't let socialists win

The Republican and Democratic national conventions have the country thinking about the state of our increasingly socialistic government. Britain's Iron Lady, Margaret Thatcher, hit the bull's-eye when she said, "The trouble with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money." She, like the truth, rocks. Published August 29, 2012

Illustration Gibson in Trouble by John Camejo for The Washington Times

NUGENT: Crimes against Gibson guitars

My all-American sonic-bombast weapon of choice for 50 years has been those world-class pieces of musical art, the mighty Gibson guitar. I own a stunning arsenal of them. It wouldn't surprise me if some Fedzillastooge from Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.'s Department of Gunrunning Injustice will try to tell us American guitarslayers that we can only buy one fully automatic Gibson guitar a month. Published August 21, 2012

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John Denver wrote "Rocky Mountain High" while camping on the southern edge of Mount Sopris, seen here in 2004. Some say it's not legal to name a peak for him because it's in a wilderness area.

NUGENT: Conservation is not rocket science

Tribe Nuge pulled into the little clearing on the banks of the mighty Tittabawassee River in the spectacular wilds of northern Michigan. Our 1958 Ford station wagon was loaded down with all the basic camping gear and archery equipment. Published August 17, 2012