By: Ted Nugent
Another day, another kid! Just how lucky can an old bowhunter get than getting one of the greatest joys available in life hearing from kids from all over America every day celebrating hunting and the great outdoor lifestyle in this day and age!
Not a day goes by that I don’t receive a letter and photo from a young boy and or a young girl with exciting celebrations of a successful hunt.
Think about that one for a minute. In 2019 in the otherwise goofy world turned upside down and our purest American culture and heritage being attacked from every angle every day, I get photos and stories from young Americans absolutely thrilled to have whacked their first deer, turkey, bear, rabbit, dove, duck, squirrel, pheasant, raccoon or any of the various species of big and small game in North America.
Boy, if that’s not the ultimate statement of politically incorrect, I’m a gay one-eyed socialist banjo player in a vegan country band.
One way or another, these kids and their parents track down good old Uncle Ted and rave about their own thrilling “Spirit of the Wild” adventure sharing all the amazing details of their magical hunting moment with mom, dad, or other family members, and you can feel the happiness and glowing energy as if you were right there at their side just by looking at the pictures of them grinning ear to ear with some handsome dead critter.
Most of their stories include the ultimate FUN exaltation of “whack ‘em and stack ‘em” or any number of the unambiguous battlecries coined by old happy go lucky Ted FUN Nugent. More proof of course that fun is and always has been and always will be the defining carrot for youngsters to take up our beloved hunting lifestyle.
That is so cool I can hardly stand myself.
If you are one of the many millions of facebookers that chime in on my Ted Nugent facebook electronic campfire, you can witness the onslaught of happy children that love to hunt as much as any of us.
Some of these little hunting kids are as young as five years old, and miracle of miracles, even teenagers are hard at it honing their pure reasoning predatorship.
With the long running propaganda ministry of hateful, anti-hunting fakenews media, vicious anti-hunting Hollywood insanity and a soulless academia for the most part, filling America’s youth’s minds with nasty anti-hunting, anti-gun, anti-nature drivel, it is nothing short of phenomenal that we continue to recruit new hunters in this country at all.
But lo and behold, I witness it every day and wish to salute and thank all those great parents out there that continue to educate and nurture their children to the truth, logic and commonsense of the essentiality of hunting, fishing and trapping as the only real wildlife conservation that has always produced healthy, thriving wildlife and wild grounds.
Somebody shout “Hallelujah!” out loud!
Let this be a lesson to all hunting families out there, that genuine effort should always be put forth to include our children, grandchildren and extended family and neighbor’s kids in our outdoor fun.
If we don’t do it, nobody else will and the dishonest negative powers that be will win the culture war against us.
Let us all vow in 2019 to try harder, push harder and strategize as cleverly as we can to get the young’uns out there with us.
As we throttle forward with our 31st year of Ted Nugent Kamp for Kids, the jury is not still out! The kids love it, the kids need it, and the kids will pursue it as long as we put forth that extra effort to make it happen.
There is still a lot of great hunting to be had this winter. Take the kids with you. It will cleanse their souls and make America great again.