Peter Wensierski on the polarizing pope, Greg Sargent on Ted Nugent's friends in D.C., Sam Lagrone on looming Navy cuts, Jeffrey Toobin on vanishing Republicans, and Andrew Ross Sorkin on an elite LinkedIn.
What do you get when Time magazine asks celebrities to write about the greatness of other celebrities? The annual "Time 100," of course! But you also get a lot of terribly obnoxious back-patting, most of which, this year, is guardedly self aggrandizing.
Should we be concerned that Ted Nugent — the paleo-rocker who said he'd be "dead or in jail" by this time if President Obama were reelected — is attending tomorrow's State of the Union address?
Ted Nugent is such a "loving" and "passionate guy" he went on an expletive-laced rant to prove it.
In the wake of his seemingly threatening comments about President Obama, Ted Nugent told Glenn Beck Wednesday that there's an important addition to everything violent he ever says: "... in November at the voter booth."
The general election hasn't even officially started yet, but the 2012 races has already scaled some pretty lofty heights of ridiculousness.
The Democratic National Committee has shifted into high gear now that Mitt Romney is the guy to beat, and they're headed straight to YouTube where a video juxtaposing Romney's affection for Ted Nugent and Ted Nugent's hope that President Obama will "suck his machine gun."
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