God, Guns and Rock 'n' Roll

God, Guns and Rock 'n' Roll

by Ted Nugent

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ISBN-13: 9780895261731
Publisher: Regnery Publishing
Publication date: 08/28/2001
Pages: 315
Sales rank: 854,948
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

Forewordxvii
Part ICocked, Locked, and Ready to Rock, Doc
1I'm Just a Guitar Player, But...5
2Walkin' Tall13
3The Lying Media23
4Denial as a Lifestyle35
5The Planet of the Apes43
6The Great Texas Machine Gun Massacre49
7Gunspeak57
8Wanna Go to a Gun and Knife Show? I'll Open My Jacket65
9BloodBrothers71
10We the People or We the Sheeple?81
Part IIThe Ballistics of Spirituality--You Can't Grill It 'Til You Kill It
11Pistolero Steakage99
12Rock 'n' Roll Spirit Rehab107
13Back to Fang117
14Gonzo Recipe: Celebrate the Flesh121
15Birdhunt Workout129
16Timberdoodle Dandy135
17Goodbye, Popeye141
18Texas Goose Slam145
19Tres Venison Hombres151
20The Hotbed Cradle of Man159
21Handgun Hunting in Africa169
22Shoot, Don't Shoot--The Spirit as My Guide177
23Outrageous Witnessed and Otherwise Liar Shots I Have Made183
24Projectile Management Marksmanship191
Part IIIKids, Family, and the Spirit of the Wild
25The Guitarkid and Guns201
26Negligent Discharges I Have Known209
27The White Room223
28Deercamp231
29Up North237
30Tribe Nuge--Giving Thanks to the Great Spirit243
31How to Inspire a Child into the Wild255
32Every Father's Dream265
33My Son, the Deerhunter271
34My Son, the Pigkiller--How Proud Can a Dad Get?275
35Guns and Kids283
36Nuge's Message to Kids289
37Fred Bear and Beyond295
Thanx List313
Resources316

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God, Guns and Rock 'n' Roll 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In God, Guns, and Rock n' Roll, Ted Nugent tells the TRUTH about guns and how to control them, hunting, and drugs. It is a book that I just couldn't put down. I give it two thumbs up.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was never a fan of Ted Nugent's music, but he certainly has written a book from his heart that I can relate to! His assessment of what's wrong with today's American society IS RIGHT ON THE MONEY. Likewise, his suggested solutions are well thought out, logical, doable and above all, critical to us if we are to remain a free nation of 'we the people'... not 'sheeple'. Ted's 'Nugetized' writing is very readable and understandable. Ted's message of independence, individuality, self- sufficiency and intelligent defiance resonate throughout his book and is a better way to get high than the all too common alternatives of drugs and alcohol. Ted may be wild, weird and radical, but he is loud, proud and passionate about his beliefs in the US Constitution and the Ten Commandments to the extreme. You will get no apologies from him for his constant high- powered defense of the freedoms and rights of the American people. Children that have experienced nature and the outdoors through generous amounts of camping, hiking, wildlife observation, hunting, fishing and shooting, mixed with proper amounts of discipline, do not grow up to be criminals, drug addicts or alcoholics! This is Ted's message.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book gives the reader a view inside a very complex individual. Ted, like many of us, cherishes his freedom and knows how easily it can be taken away. I am not a hunter but can relate to most all of what he has to say. The USA would be a much better place if there were more people like Ted. Read this now, your freedom depends on it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
nugent puts the bold faced truth into his own words. he is honest, clear, and does not pull punches. it is clear from the reading that ted cares not only about the well being of his family but also of the environment. he loves this country and wants the next generations to have it as good as he has.
Guest More than 1 year ago
AS FAR AS BOOKS GO ID SAY THIS BOOK IS ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS IV EVER READ IN MY LIFE TED TELLS YOU THE TRUTH AND THATS SOMTHING POEPLE IN THIS COUNTRY TODAY DONT LIKE THE LAWS ARE SIMPLE WE THE PEOPLE HAVE THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS AND IF YOU TAKE YOUR KIDS HUNTING YOU WONT HAVE TO HUNT FOR YOUR KIDS I GIVE THIS BOOK FOUR **** THE NUGE IS THE MAN KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK TED
Guest More than 1 year ago
Uncle Ted calls it the way he sees it. From the negative reviews that I've read, I see a pattern of either someone who evidently thinks we should continue to bow at the feet of those who have come to America from other countries, whether legal or not...or the thin, pale, 'don't hurt the animals' veggie-burger eating folks that haven't read the bible enough to witness the words that God provided them to us for our nourishment. Just about everything stated in this book is simple logic stated in a manner that just happens to slap a lot of people in a way that they aren't accustom to. Sometimes we need that to snap us out of the dull funk we allow ourselves to slip into. Think of a world where people take responsibility for their actions, quite expecting handouts, get only what they have earned, and treat each other with the golden rule in mind every minute of their lives. That all Ted is saying. As for those who are offended or think Ted is a jerk...sounds like a guilt complex to me. Time to reevaluate what kind of a person you really are.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In a nation full of apathy and victims it is nice to hear someone stand and deliver soarly needed advice to all of us who 'call' ourselves Americans. Look up the word FREEDOM, ask yourself if we truly have it any more, and furthermore what have you done to preserve it? THIS IS ONE MESSAGE FROM A ROCKER THAT WE ALL NEED TO HEAR!! Put your politcs aside, read and THINK....you will be better for it regardless of your perception of Ted or of this Great Land.
guitaoist3 More than 1 year ago
Factual
MoonaDood More than 1 year ago
Ted tells it how it is! EXCELLENT reading!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought this book a few years back and I have read it more than 5 times. It's one of my favorite books in my whole collection. He brings up topics and it gives you the truth and brings to light what the 2nd amendment really means to everyone that is a hunter and a gun owner. I have recommended it to all my friends and they love it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is a great read about your American right and responsibility to protect yourself and your family. This book gave me a new found pride of the second amendment and so inspired me to take all the steps to attain a CCW license!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Open up your mind and read this book! Contrary to public belief, Ted Nugent is all about family. The only time I ever saw my father and brother communicate was during a hunting or fishing trip. Try it sometime, you may change your mind about the Nuge!!
autumnesf on LibraryThing 20 days ago
Gotta love a guy who is all about personal responsibility and second amendment rights.
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popshoward More than 1 year ago
God , Guns & Rock N roll is a personal Nugent mental/metal biography and conservative/liberterian discourse in life and family . i'm about halfway thru , but after having read "Killit & Grillit" before , i recognize a different method and purpose of similar message in anecdote and recounts of his life . Ted is great American ; TRUE American . Do you fear guns ?? Why? is the question . Ted covers gun safety , public safety , family safety , family teachings , responsibility , work , self-reliance , and proper government attitude , and WE the PEOPLE are the nation . READ and enjoy .
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this was an outstanding book. I have listened to Ted Nugent's music for many years, but did not realize he was such a supporter of the 2nd Amendment until he joined the Board of the NRA. Ted's book made me think about many things, such as 'Am I doing enough to ensure we retain our right to keep and bear arms?' It also forced me to consider my own life and determine if I am living life to its fullest. Mr. Nugent may not have intended some of the benefits of this book, but I am already reading it again. This is a book that all hunters and firearms owners should read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been a Ted Nugent fan for many years, and I'm a proud member of TNUSA. Ted and I see eye to eye on a good many issues including the state that America finds itself in today. Men and women in the Nugent age group and even some that are younger have an atribute known as respect. Respect for the law, respect for other human beings, and respect for the great outdoors. This is a message that is regretably not being sent to the young people that will govern and fight for our nation in the future. Ted Nugent is the perfect delivery system for this message. It is a shame there are not more people of his stature doing the same to pull our country out of the quagmire we have slipped in to over the last few decades. This is one of Ted's strongest messages; it's up to everyone to uphold our basic beliefs and rights. Get proud, get united, and take back our countries' rights before they are gone.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the 'nuge' is disgusting. i can't believe this man believes that torturing animals makes kids grow up to be good members of society. 'my son the pig killer...how proud can a dad get?' haha this man is so narrow minded. i got a few yucks from this because it's just so over the top. so in conclusion, this is awful unless you're into killing things for fun and forcing your children to do the same. p.s.-i hate the tough-guy 'music' he makes too RAMONES FOREVER!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Simplemente me da asco este tío y su ideología barata de ignorante de tercera. Sólo le falta salir en la foto follándose la puta bandera de las barras y las estrellas de esta prisión llamada EE.UU. Pero, ¡qué asco!