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Plus, the rocker voices his support for Donald Trump.
Ted Nugent reveals that he's going on a tour this year that he’s decided to call “Ted Nugent Black Power.”
Rock musician and National Rifle Association board member Ted Nugent has become known for his polarizing brand of politics. A look at his craziest quotes.
Ted Nugent has hit a new low in repulsive statements, which have been met with little to no criticism from the GOP.
National Rifle Association board member and musician Ted Nugent called Trayvon Martin a "dope smoking, racist gangsta wannabe" and said the teen was responsible for "bad decisions" the night he was slain.
Ted Nugent issues an apology for using the wrong words to insult President Obama.
There are many on the right who continue to portray Martin Luther King Jr. in ways far different than he actually was.
Is it something they ate? Conservative rocker calls President Obama a mongrel; George Zimmerman thinks the president is scapegoating him; former congressman Mel Reynolds has been accused of creating porn – and more.
Were the rock star's comments racist or opportunistic?
Just when the GOP tweeted that slavery ended with Rosa Parks in 1958, BET.com came up with a list of some of the most racist moments in 2013; from Black face, to shop-and-frisk, Paula Deen and more.