Legendary musician Bruce Springsteen and singer/songwriter Joe Grushecky released a new song, "That´s What Makes Us Great," to protest President Trump. Grushecky wrote the anthem just as Trump was being sworn in as president in January. "I had this song, and Bruce and I had been talking," Grushecky told the Pittsburg Post-Gazette in an interview. "I sent it to him and he liked it. I said, ´What do you think about singing on it?´ He gave it the Bruce treatment." "Don´t tell me a lie / and sell it as a fact / I´ve been down that road before /
The most overrated rock star ever turns out to be a political imbecile of gargantuan proportions. (The fact that Gov. Christie weeps when listening to Springsteen makes me think that there is something the matter with the governor.) Back in the ´70s I owned several of his records, but because Bruce is so longwindedly leftist, I never bought CDs to replace them. I haven´t missed his music. There´s much better available.
"Legendary"? Only in Brucie Springsteen´s own mind maybe. Look up the word "mediocre" and the word "fatuous" in the dictionary and you will find a picture of this tax dodging Obama butt kissing clown´s picture.
Also see definition of the phrase "massive tool" and once again you will see a picture of this useful idiot.
Bruce back up your LIES by taking Joe the oh so wise songwriter and do a tour of Europe. They need your wisdom about love stopping hate. I DARE you. Or just suggest that the women in the crowd can take off their head scarves at a summer concert in Michigan. Come on TOUGH guy. Sing a song for the culture, even in this country, that mutilates girls because they have a warped view of sex. You and morons like Joe are the ones that invited them here, DEAL with them you ignorant slobs.
Never a peep about dead American soldiers from Springsteen, John Fogerty or Mellencamp when Clinton or Obama were president. Only when the GOP are in charge. That is why their protest´s are meaningless and devoid of substance.
I was a huge fan of Springsteen when I was young, and I still love a lot of his earlier music. At one time, his music was about redemption and uplift. Now he´s just another whining liberal cranking out political screeds in the guise of entertainment.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump says he hasn’t returned to his New York City home because “going back is very expensive for the country.” Trump tells Fox News in an interview Friday that he feels “guilty” when he returns to Trump Tower because authorities close surrounding streets and “I hate to see the New Yorkers with streets closed.” He says he goes to his clubs instead because they have “hundreds of acres” and streets stay open. But Trump says he’s always accused of “having fun” or playing golf at his clubs; he says he’s always working. The White House rarely
In 1945 a man named Todd Webb was discharged from the Navy and moved to New York City to begin his career as a professional photographer. The Museum of the City of New York has showcased some of his photos in New York to highlight his exploration of the city that enthralled him. Beautiful images show the city in the years immediately following the Second World War. These photos, paired next to pictures taken by a DailyMail.com photographer, show the striking difference between New York City following the war and the way that it appears today. New York City has
As President Trump reaches his 100-day mark in office, an unfriendly news media has done much to undermine his efforts. Trump voters appear to be ignoring it all, says Ford O´Connell, a political strategist and an adjunct professor at the George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management. “Employing a blitzkrieg-style deluge of misleading headlines, both online and in print, coupled with a heavy diet of 89 percent negative broadcast network news coverage of Trump, the groupthink of the liberal media bubble has tried mightily to portray President Trump’s first 100 days in office as the worst political disaster of
Only a day before journalists are set to meet at their annual self-congratulatory dinner, a new poll finds that their intended customers, the American people, don’t trust them. Indeed, the poll finds Americans trust the Trump White House to tell the truth more than they do the media. The poll taken of 2,006 adults between April 23 and 26 is certainly bad news for the political media as 37 percent of respondents said they trust the Trump White House, while only 29 percent said they trust the media. Worse for the media, the day before their April 29 dinner, the
President Donald Trump pledged to never infringe on the 2nd Amendment during a speech at the National Rifle Association’s meeting in Atlanta, Ga., on Friday. “We all took an oath to preserve and protect the Constitution of the United States, and that means defending the 2nd Amendment. So let me make a simple to every one of the freedom-loving Americans in the audience today: as your president, I will never, ever infringe on the right of the people to keep and bear arms – never, ever,” Trump said. (Video) “Freedom is not a gift from government. Freedom is a gift
More evidence accumulates that higher education has drifted off into its own universe, utterly detached from common sense and the society and polity upon which it depends for survival. Alex Griswold reports in the Free Beacon: A group of Yale University graduate students announced Tuesday evening that they would be undertaking a hunger strike to pressure the administration into granting them better union benefits. The strike is taking place in front of University President Peter Salovey’s home. "Yale wants to make us wait and wait and wait … until we give up and go away," the eight members of the
First Lady Melania Trump dedicated a new garden for patients at one of America´s leading children´s hospitals on Friday. Patients at the Children´s National Medical Center will be able to spend time outside in a healing garden while enjoying views of the National Mall and Washington Monument from the the hospital´s new rooftop. Following the dedication ceremony for the new garden on Friday, patients were able to enjoy the sunny weather with the President´s wife. Scroll down for video (Photos) Melania was pictured chatting and doing art projects with groups of patients at the children´s hospital as they all gathered
There goes the neighborhood. The neighborhood known as Martha’s Vineyard, I mean. The move of John Forbes Kerry from Nantucket — what a boon for ACK! One thing is certain. This summer, with Kerry gone, you’ll be hearing the eternal question asked a lot less often on Nantucket. “Do you know who I am?” But things will never be the same on Brant Point, once Kerry’s second wife’s first husband’s trust fund unloads the mansion on Hulbert Avenue. I checked yesterday — it’s still on the market, a steal at $25 million. Kerry’s new “cottage,” in Chilmark, went for $11.75
It seems as if New York Times columnist David Brooks has crawled back from the Antifa ninja play warrior resistance limb he went out on right after the last election and has decided that he can now just barely tolerate the crease in the pants of President Donald Trump. His April 28 column has announced that he is dialing back his "Outrage Level 11" Trump derangement syndrome down to a mere level 3 or 4 on the outrage scale. You’ve got to give him credit — Donald Trump is a lot more adaptable than many of his critics. Many of
California AB 60 driver’s license holders — who are admittedly in the country illegally by virtue of applying for this class of license — are concerned that the Trump administration may use their AB 60 licenses to identify them for deportation, according to an AP story picked up by Oregon Live. According to Jessica Gonzalez, spokeswoman for the Dept. of Motor Vehicles (DMV), illegal aliens in California have nothing to fear. She told the AP that although the department makes “databases available to law-enforcement entities,” that information would not include the legal status of driver’s license holders. In response to
CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. — Attorney General Jeff Sessions told The Daily Caller Friday law enforcement will get support from his department that some of them aren’t receiving from their own cities. Sessions sat down with TheDC before he addressed lawmakers and law enforcement at the U.S. Court House in Central Islip to discuss the rising violence committed by MS-13 gang members on Long Island. “I think the there’s been a huge surge of support for President Trump’s policies that reflect support for our police — honoring our police — respecting our police — defending our police and the work that
The missile self-destructed after several minutes. It is reported to have exploded over the North Korean peninsular. (Via Reuters) North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile on Saturday from a region north of its capital, but it appears to have failed, South Korea’s military said, defying intense pressure from the United States and the reclusive state’s main ally, China. (Photo) An official at South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff confirmed the launch but did not immediately have any further information. Yonhap news agency said the missile appeared to have blown up a few seconds into flight. The test came as U.S.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., argued Thursday that President Trump and Republicans in Congress will have "doo-doo stuck to their shoe for a long time" if they pass the revised American Health Care Act (AHCA). The comments came a day after the AHCA received a boost in support from the House Freedom Caucus, which announced it would back the bill. "I think President Trump is really making fools of the members of Congress, of his own party," she said in her weekly press conference. "He´s asking them to vote for a bill that is wildly unpopular in the country,
After a leisurely three month vacation, Michelle Obama has made her first public appearance since the inauguration. Looking refreshed and relaxed after her three-month vacation, the former first lady greeted the audience with a smile and a wave at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2017 in Florida on Thursday. Obama was the keynote speaker at the event, organized by the American Institute of Architects, where she spoke about her time as Chicago´s assistant commissioner of planning and development. The former first lady wore a long black, white and beige dress which showed off her toned arms at the event as she also
House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Jason Chaffetz could potentially be unable to work for up to a month due to a medical emergency. Chaffetz took to Instagram Wednesday to announce doctors at the University of Utah recommended immediate surgery on his foot to prevent a serious infection caused by screws from a former injury. “Almost 12 years ago, I shattered several bones in my foot which required 14 screws and a metal plate to repair,” he said in the caption. “Yes, I wish I could say I was cliff diving in Mexico but the truth is I
So how much of our money did Obama ship to the terrorist regime in Iran? We hear $150 billion. We are not sure. Could be a dollar less, a dollar more. We’ll never know for sure. That’s because his entire administration operated in the dark. That’s how he governed and that’s how he got himself elected, in lies and in stealth, and the news media did the rest. They covered for him. They let him get away with murder – and in this case, that is not a cliché, it’s fact. Today, in eye-popping news, we learn, from the New York Post via
Saturday marks President Trump’s 100th day in office, and to celebrate the occasion he got a bit too candid in an Oval Office interview with Reuters. Obviously certain elements of being president are pretty fun, but President Trump has discovered that it isn’t all playing with trucks and pressing a button that makes Cokes appear. Sometimes there’s work to be done, and as it turns out being leader of the free world is a lot harder than running a fake university and playing a caricature of a rich person on TV.“I loved my previous life. I had so many things
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Baltimore’s mayor asked the FBI to send in reinforcements Wednesday to help the city get its murders under control. Mayor Catherine Pugh, speaking at a news conference, explained she went to the FBI’s Baltimore office for extra agents to join with police officers in combating a skyrocketing murder count, reports CNN. “Murder is out of control. There are too many guns on the streets. We’re looking for all the help we can get,” Pugh said. The city already has 101 murders for the year, a number not seen in almost 20 years. The mayor’s spokesperson warned the violence could rise
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(Washington, DC) — Judicial Watch today released new State Department documents including a declaration from FBI Special Agent E.W. Priestap, the supervisor of the agency’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email activities, stating that the former secretary of state was the subject of a grand jury investigation related to her BlackBerry email accounts. (Snip) In the filing Priestap declares under penalty of perjury that the FBI “obtained Grand Jury subpoenas related to the Blackberry e-mail accounts, which produced no responsive materials, as the requested data was outside the retention time utilized by those providers.” On April 30, 2015, Judicial Watch sued
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