New Map Shows What Each State Hates the Most and We Have Some Serious Questions

In 2006, a study published by the University of Oklahoma found that people really bond by sharing negative attitudes about others. The study found, “We propose that sharing a negative—as compared to a positive—attitude about a third party is particularly effective in promoting closeness between people. Findings from two survey studies and an experiment support … Read more

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. Kid, who’s real name is Robert … Read more

Taylor Swift Didn’t Have Her Annual 4th of July Party and the Internet is Confused and Upset

Yesterday, while celebrating this great nation’s independence I took a break from my festivities several times to check Taylor Swift’s Instagram. This is not something I normally do because Instagram knows to put those photos into my feed. I follow Taylor– that’s how Instagram works. But, yesterday, there were no Taylor photos in my feed. … Read more

Trace Adkins Says President Donald Trump Is Exactly Like He Seems

Trace Adkins is gearing for PBS’ “A Capitol Fourth,” in Washington, D.C. and ahead of time, he’s answering some questions about his old friend, President Donald Trump. Adkins appeared on Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice” twice and even won “The All-Star Celebrity Apprentice” in 2013, so he’s ready to discuss the President. Adkins told Fox News, he’s … Read more

Jason Isbell Talks About What It Takes To Write A Great Song

What does it take to write a good song? Some folks think inspiration flies past you like a bird; you just have to wait for it to come by. The people who think that tend to sit around a lot and write very little. A good song is hard work; you have to put in … Read more

Drink Like a President on July 4th

If you love this great nation of ours, you love celebrating its birthday on the July 4th of every year. If you’re one of the lucky ones, you get to celebrate for an extended period of time on a boat or a body of water. And what better way to celebrate than to honor those … Read more

17 Years Worth of American Flag T-Shirts From Old Navy in All Their Glory

When I think of the 4th of July, I usually think of the John Adams‘ letter to his wife Abigail, “The Second Day of July 1776, will be the most memorable Epocha, in the History of America.I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated, by succeeding Generations, as the great anniversary Festival. It … Read more

5 Best Patriotic Skits from “Saturday Night Live” That’ll Keep You Laughing Through the 4th

Saturday Night Live has a long-standing tradition of political humor. Every once in a while, however, they like to just go all out with their patriotism. Even if it means a 40-year-old man in the shortest shorts known to man. Here are some of their most patriotic, and bizarre skits. 5 Best Patriotic Skits from … Read more

8 Patriotic Movies That’ll Make You Love America (Streaming Right Now)

If you’re allergic to the sun or don’t like loud noises, maybe it’s best that you spend your long 4th of July weekend inside catching up on a patriotic movie or eight. 8 Patriotic Movies That’ll Make You Love America: 1. “The Patriot” // AmazonIt’s even kind of based on a true story– or four, … Read more

The Ultimate #TBT: 8 Major Events That Happened On June 15th

What is the most important day of the year? You might say your birthday, your anniversary, or the day of a life changing event. But there are some days that live in infamy because major events regularly occur on that date throughout history. June 15th is one of those days. From the founding of basic … Read more