11 Kid Rock Lyrics He Could Use, But Shouldn't During His Senate Campaign

Before Ronald Reagan was the Governor of California or President of the United States he was an actor and-- a Democrat. US Senator Al Franken was a writer for "Saturday Night Live." Sean Duffy, current US Representative for Wisconsin's 7th district was on MTV's "Real World."

A few other entertainers turned into politicians, too, but the list is short-- Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jesse Ventura, Sonny Bono, Fred Thompson and, of course, President Donald Trump. Kid Rock is looking to add his name to the short list by running for the Senate from Michigan in 2018. He's also said he plans to release music during his campaign. Will he write his own campaign jingles or stick to his current catalog? As a cast member of "The Hills" once said, "truth and time tell all."

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You Have to Hear Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush Try to Out Grandparent Each Other

Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush were together for the first time since they both became grandparents and forget social initiatives, foreign policy or taxes-- these two just wanted to out grandparent the other. The two were together during a panel at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, Texas as part of the graduation ceremony for 60 members of the 2017 Class of the Presidential Leadership Scholars (PLS) Program.

As you may or may not know, Clinton has become great friends with his predecessor, President George H.W. Bush, which has allowed him to be friendly with the younger Bush, as well.

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Kid Rock is Sick of the Bullshit: Running for Senate and Has a New Record Deal in Nashville

Kid Rock is a busy man these days. And he's about to get even busier.

After announcing that his run for the US Senate in 2018 is not a joke, he also revealed that he has signed a new record deal with BMG/Broken Bow, also home to Jason Aldean and Dustin Lynch.

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Poll: Who Would Be the Best United States Senator-- Kid Rock, John Daly or Charlie Sheen?

If Kid Rock is truly eyeing a run for the United States Senate, are we sure we shouldn't be asking John Daly or Charlie Sheen to run, as well?

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Kid Rock Confirms He's Running for US Senate (Yes, That Kid Rock and That Senate)

Kid Rock, the bucket hat wearing, badass cowboy from Michigan is running for the United States Senate. Kid Rock who once sang, "You never met a motherfucker quite like me," wants to sit in the same chamber that housed the likes of Henry Clay, Daniel Webster and Ted Kennedy.

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13 Hilarious Stand Up Specials Streaming on Netflix

If you like to laugh, these are must-sees:

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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson Honestly, Truly Could Be Running For President 2020

One of the first serious steps in running for President is forming a political committee with the Federal Election Committee. According to the FEC's website, The Rock just did.

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Your Uncle Who Just Got A Mac Edited a Video of President Trump at the G20 Summit and Trump Tweeted It

One of the most impactful remnants of Steve Jobs' legacy is that he gave every computer-illiterate would-be auteur a means to both shoot and edit your family vacations into those just-a-minute-too-long short films. In 30 years, a few dozen or so liberal arts colleges will have classes that study these mid-2000s iMovie-produced "Uncle-wave" films. You know the kind. They are typically 60 or so photos copied and pasted into a timeline, all with an auto-generated Ken Burns effect, set to whatever was the song of the summer 7 years ago.

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If You Don't Love This Photo of George W. Bush and His Rescue Pup, Are You Really American?

No matter what side of the political landscape you fall on these days, you probably like puppies. If you don't like puppies, but you follow politics, you must cope with the world's issues differently than most people.

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