Listen: Nashville Hall of Fame Songwriter Jeffrey Steele Releases Single ‘I’m an American’: I’m Tired of People Putting Us Down

Listen: Nashville Hall of Fame Songwriter Jeffrey Steele Releases Single ‘I’m an American’: I’m Tired of People Putting Us Down

Nashville Hall of Famer Jeffrey Steele has released a new patriotic single titled “I’m an American” just in time for July 4. In an interview with Breitbart News, the acclaimed songwriter spoke about his frustration with the state of the country under the current administration and said he wrote the song as an appeal to patriotism despite the country’s current decline and the left’s increasingly anti-American sentiment.

Steele — who’s written hits like “What Hurts the Most,” “My Wish,” and “These Days” for Rascal Flatts, as well as singles for Eric Church, Tim McGraw, Trace Adkins, Keith Urban, and Miley Cyrus — told Breitbart News’ editor-in-chief Alex Marlow on Breitbart News Daily on Sirius XM Patriot 125 “It’s ok to be an American, it’s not a bad thing. It’s an amazing, great thing. It’s a one-of-a-kind thing.”

I’m an American” is unabashedly patriotic in message and defiant in spirit. The single calls out the left’s attempts to destroy American institutions and to sow division —  “I’m tired of people putting us down / It’s like they want a Civil War.”

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I’m an American” also embraces the country’s Christian heritage, with Steele singing:

And now they’re trying to shut the church door

Like faith in the Lord and prayer don’t matter no more

but God is real

“Ultimately we’re going to be failures as humans on some level, we’re just not going to make it all the way, we have to have something above us that is bigger than us that we believe in — that drives us, that drives our dreams, that drives our thoughts, that drives our wishes, everything that we consider part of being free,” Steele said.

“It has to be driven by something bigger than us. It can’t be driven by a government,” Steele said. “That’s why this nation works. That’s why it works the way it does.  And that’s why everybody wants to come here.”

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Steele said his travels have taught him that more conservatives are waking up to what’s happening in the country.

“It’s crazy what’s happening to this nation right now,” he said. “The great thing is more people know than we think.”

Earlier this year, Steele released the single “Walk Toward the Fire,” a tribute to the late Andrew Breitbart to help mark the tenth anniversary of his death, which he penned with Breitbart’s own Jon Kahn.

Steele characterized the song as honoring “any hero who steps up to the plate and tries to do what needs to be done at a time when things are just out of control. And he [Andrew] was that guy.”

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Last year, Steele teamed up with Ira Dean and Aaron Lewis to write the single “Am I the Only One.” The Democrat-slamming anthem captured the zeitgeist of disillusionment and rocketed to #1 status without the benefit of radio support.
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‘Baymax’ Shows Remorseless Disney Plans To Keep Pummeling Kids With Its Sexual Agenda

‘Baymax’ Shows Remorseless Disney Plans To Keep Pummeling Kids With Its Sexual Agenda

Disney apparently didn’t learn from their most recent flop, “Lightyear,” that overtly sexualizing kids is not most families’ cup of tea, because the entertainment giant stepped up and swung again with their newest release. Disney’s newest kids show, “Baymax,” is enraging conservative viewers for its open attempt to brainwash kids into thinking a man buying himself period pads is normal. The show was released on June 29, only barely securing its rightful place as a Pride Month production.

The “Big Hero Six” spinoff features Baymax, Hiro’s white pudgy robot, helping all the characters in the city of San Fransokyo with the day-to-day hiccups in life. The series also features scenes openly promoting homosexual and transgender lifestyles.

Baymax’s only goal in life is to help people, so in episode three, when one of the characters starts her menstrual period at school, Baymax goes to the store to get her tampons. Because robots are apparently the only individuals now that don’t need menstrual products, Baymax is at a loss for what products to get until everyone in the aisle jumps to his aid, including a guy who hands him a box of pads, saying, “I always get the ones with wings.”

In episode four, Baymax watches a character named Mbita start to get butterflies for the guy he runs into at the farmers market, Yukio. Baymax nudges Mbita to get in touch with his feelings and eventually encourages Mbita to ask Yukio out on a date.

Yukio says yes, of course, because isn’t a “happily ever after” what Disney is all about?

Disney itself says no. Back in March in resistance to a Florida bill designed to prevent sexual grooming of children in school, a Disney executive producer boasted of Disney’s “not-at-all-secret-gay-agenda” and another employee was caught in a video call describing a “tracker” Disney uses to ensure they’re airing enough “gender-nonconforming characters.”

President of Disney General Entertainment Karey Burke also reportedly hinted that at least 50 percent of Disney’s leads would be LGBT or racial minorities before the year ends.

Stories to Disney are no longer means of communicating beauty or even merely sources of entertainment for kids. Stories are political cannons to be loaded with as many reality-defying agendas as they can contain, all while trying to paint such things as normal. Disney’s prime choice of ammunition? Sexualization.

If the trans person in the store aisle in “Baymax” wasn’t buying menstrual products, the character could easily fly under the radar as a normal man. The character is built like a guy and talks like a guy. Viewers may notice the pink and blue striped shirt, but last time I checked kids weren’t looking for political flags in people’s T-shirts. In other words, the person looks normal — except, of course, for the fact that men don’t have menstrual cycles. Disney is capitalizing on kids’ benign trust in their eyes to make trans look as normal as possible. There’s even another man in the aisle who is shopping for pads too, so the presence of the trans person doesn’t seem odd. Except this other man is a father shopping for pads for his daughter.

Disney’s ledger is steeped in hyper-sexualized content forced onto the eyes of six-year-olds. From kids’ shows and movies like “Baymax” to “Lightyear” to “Turning Red” to “Star vs the Forces of Evil” to the now-canceled “Owl House,” Disney is not relenting in its mission of targeting toddlers and elementary kids despite the outrage of more than 68 percent of the nation.

Beth Whitehead is an intern at The Federalist and a journalism major at Patrick Henry College where she fondly excuses the excess amount of coffee she drinks as an occupational hazard.


Pop Singer Pink Mocked After Demanding Pro-Lifers Boycott Her Music: ‘I Accept Your Terms’

“She still makes music?”

Social media users eviscerated pop star Pink for demanding that pro-lifers boycott her music in response to the U.S. Supreme Court overruling Roe v. Wade on Friday. “I accept your terms,” one individual replied.

“Let’s be clear: if you believe the government belongs in a woman’s uterus, a gay persons business or marriage, or that racism is okay- THEN PLEASE IN THE NAME OF YOUR LORD NEVER FUCKING LISTEN TO MY MUSIC AGAIN. AND ALSO FUCK RIGHT OFF. We good?” Pink tweeted on Saturday.

The “Blow Me” singer’s demand was quickly met with mockery by social media users, who commented that she is not as relevant as she believes.

“I accept your terms,” reacted rapper Bryson Gray, whose “Let’s Go Brandon” song mocking President Joe Biden soared to #1 on the iTunes Charts in October, and ranked above pop superstar Adele’s latest single.

“I don’t really think anyone who thinks deeply about anything listens to your ‘music’ so we good,” one Twitter user commented.

“No loss, her music sucks,” another tweeted.

“Lol no one listens now,” another Twitter user laughed.

“She makes it sound like that’s some kind of punishment,” one quipped.

“I have no idea who you are,” another wrote.

“This ‘P!nk’ person hasn’t had a hit song since the Obama administration and is currently freaking out at everyone on Twitter over politics,” comic artist Ethan Van Sciver reacted.

“I’m dying laughing. People are like, ‘Are you a singer?’ And she gets madder,” he then pointed out.

The “Please Don’t Leave Me” singer did, in fact, appear to take offense to the responses questioning her relevance, as she became consumed with replying to her critics, and proceeded to get into Twitter arguments with various social media users.

“I bet you and your stupid irrelevant friends wake up in the morning and look in the mirror and say, ‘how can my shitty miserable existence just be this? How do I take other women down with me? Cause my life fucking sucks,’” the “Bad Influence” singer cried out in another tweet.

“You’re like the guy that doesn’t get picked for the team saying he wasn’t even trying you fucking loser,” Pink said to another Twitter user, who told her, “I can’t name one of your crappy songs.”

On Friday, the Supreme Court overruled Roe v. Wade, holding in the Dobbs case that the Constitution does not include a right to abortion and returning the issue of abortion laws and regulations to state legislatures.

The life-saving decision caused celebrities to have a collective meltdown, unleashing unhinged tirades on social media.

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Green Day Rocker Billie Joe Armstrong Renouncing His Citizenship over Roe Reversal: ‘F**k America’

Green Day Rocker Billie Joe Armstrong Renouncing His Citizenship over Roe Reversal: ‘F**k America’

Green Day front man Billie Joe Armstrong says he is lost to the U.S. forever. On Friday night he declared “f**k America” before adding he was “renouncing his citizenship” in the aftermath of the SCOTUS abortion ruling.

The landmark Supreme Court decision in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health case,  which overturned the long-standing 1973 Roe v. Wade judgement, sparked violent public upheaval across the country over the past 72-hours, as Breitbart News reported.

Now it has met a response across the pond.

Armstrong, 50, made his personal declaration during a Friday night concert in London, letting his audience know he believes: “There’s too much f***ing stupid in the world.”

Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day performs during Hella Mega tour at London Stadium on June 24, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Burak Cingi/Redferns/Getty)

The man behind American Idiot also met thunderous applause after promising the crowd he was going to move to the UK.

The Daily Mail reports he added: “Oh, I’m not kidding, you’re going to get a lot of me in the coming days.”

The call reportedly continued Saturday night at his show in Huddersfield, England.

Concertgoers claim he told the crowd “f**k the Supreme Court of America” before playing American Idiot, which the band has previously said was written out of anger about not being represented by national leadership.

Armstrong has never disguised his political leanings.

Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day on stage during Hella Mega tour at London Stadium on June 24, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Burak Cingi/Redferns/Getty)

As Breitbart News reported, in 2016 he declared Donald Trump was akin to Hitler in an interview.

In an exchange with Kerrang! magazine, the rocker weighed in on the then upcoming presidential race, saying the only thing worse than the real estate billionaire’s candidacy is the millions of people across the country who support it.

“The worst problem I see about Trump is who his followers are,” Armstrong told the magazine. “I actually feel bad for them, because they’re poor, working-class people who can’t get a leg up. They’re pissed off and he’s preyed on their anger. He just said, ‘You have no options and I’m the only one, and I’m going to take care of it myself.’ I mean, that’s f*cking Hitler, man!”

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Barbra Streisand, Mark Ruffalo Declare the Supreme Court ‘The American Taliban’

Barbra Streisand, Mark Ruffalo Declare the Supreme Court ‘The American Taliban’

Left-wing Hollywood agitators Barbra Streisand and Mark Ruffalo both took to Twitter Friday to accuse Republicans, Christians, and the U.S. Supreme Court of being the “American Taliban” in the wake of the Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

On Friday, the Supreme Court ruled that Roe was improperly decided nearly 50 years ago when the court ruled that the federal government had supremacy over abortion. And with its decision in Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization this week, the high court put the power back in the hands of the states to decide what rules would govern abortion.

Hollywood, of course, was apoplectic over the Dobbs decision, and dozens of celebrities experienced an epic meltdown, Friday.
Oscar-winning actress and pop star Barbra Streisand let the hate flow , calling the SCOTUS “The American Taliban.”

The Yenta star struck out, saying “The Court uses religious dogma to overturn the constitutional right to abortion. This Court is the American Taliban.”

Not to be outdone, Marvel’s Hulk, Mark Ruffalo, also jumped on the “American Taliban” accusation train.
Indeed, Ruffalo went on to urge supporters to “fight like hell.”

“Time to fight like hell in any way you know how. The American Taliban has taken over the Supreme Court,” he Tweeted.

Still, despite the attack on Christians, Republicans, and the Supreme Court, some responded to Ruffalo and Streisand by relating how were unhappy they were that the stars had compared the Islamic Taliban to Christians.

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***Livewire*** Hollywood Roe Reversal Rage: ‘United States of Whyte Male Patriarchy’

***Livewire*** Hollywood Roe Reversal Rage: ‘United States of Whyte Male Patriarchy’

The Hollywood hate parade raged into the late evening on Friday after the Supreme Court ruling in the case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, No. 19-1392 in the Supreme Court of the United States, established that the Constitution doesn’t include a right to abortion.

The celebrity abortion screeds flowed earlier on Friday from the likes of Seth MacFarlane, Disney stars Pedro Pascal, Rachel Zegler, and Bette Midler, Michael Moore, Ghostbusters: Afterlife star Carrie Coon, Sophia Bush, Elizabeth Banks, and Alyssa Milano, among others.

Below is a real-time catalogue of the smears, threats, and demagoguery, deep legal insights (LOL, I’m kidding), and unhinged rants from a Hollywood elite who have long stop caring about alienating and insulting half of America.
Here we go.

Disney-Marvel star Samuel L. Jackson referred to Justice Clarence Thomas as “Uncle Clarence,” a clear racial insult.

Disney’s Hocus Pocus star Bette Midler says the Supreme Court won’t “survive.”

Orange Is the New Black and Free Willy star Lori Petty says we’re all living in the “United States of Whyte Male Patriarchy.”

Here’s Apple+’s Severance star Patricia Arquette straight up spreading fake news about how women want be about to get abortions in America.

Here’s actor-comedian Michael Rapaport — who earlier on Friday called Justice Clarence Thomas a cocksucker — telling Donald Trump Jr. that his father “considered aborting” him.

Former Saturday Night Live star Leslie Jones called to “expand the Supreme Court.”

Horror novelist Stephen King apparently believes America is on the verge of becoming an autocracy where women are forced to have sex for the purpose of reproducing, or something.

ABC’s Scandal star Kerry Washington shared a nearly three-minute video with her 5.5 million Twitter followers about how people can donate to and support the abortion industry.

Pop star and actor Selena Gomez tweeted the oft-repeated line about a woman being able to “choose.”

Actor Ashton Kutcher went on a tirade about incest.

Super-producer Pharrell Williams has a warning for something called “the antiquated spirited.”

Pop star Billie Eilish trashed the United States during her performance in England.

Music producer Diane Warren made the Roe reversal about herself.

Actress Michelle Monaghan promoted access to abortion pills.

Actress-comedian Sarah Silverman attacked Democrat senator Kyrsten Sinema.

Charmed and Pretty Little Liars star Holly Marie Combs said Friday was “a great day for rapists.”

The Hangover star Ed Helms called the Roe reversal “an utter disgrace.”

Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants actor Amber Tamblyn sent a warning to Democrats.

Comedian Lewis Black bit his tongue but did say, apparently, the SCOTUS has ushered in the “dark ages.”

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Hollywood Celebrities Freak After SCOTUS Delivers Second Amendment Victory: ‘Truly Disgraceful Ruling’

Hollywood Celebrities Freak After SCOTUS Delivers Second Amendment Victory: ‘Truly Disgraceful Ruling’

Hollywood celebrities are freaking out over the Supreme Court’s 6-3 decision on New York’s proper cause requirement for concealed carry permits, ruling that the state’s law is unconstitutional.

Stars including Julianne Moore, Barbra Streisand, Bette Midler, Whoopi Goldberg, George Takei, and Albert Brooks erupted in fury at the high court following Thursday’s announcement.

SCOTUS “has put the desires of the gun extremists over the safety of our children,” Julianne Moore said on Instagram.

The ruling represents “a middle finger to New York,” Whoopi Goldberg said on ABC’s The View.

“Truly a disgraceful ruling,” Barbra Streisand tweeted.

On Thursday, the Supreme Court struck down New York’s law requiring gun applicants to demonstrate “proper cause” to obtain a permit to carry a concealed handgun outside the home.

In a majority opinion written by Justice Clarence Thomas, the court said New York’s law was inconsistent with the Second Amendment.  “We know of no other constitutional right that an individual may exercise only after demonstrating to government officers some special need,” Justice Thomas wrote.

Thomas suggested other states with similar laws could be impacted by the court’s ruling.

“In 43 States, the government issues licenses to carry based on objective criteria,” he wrote. “But in six states, including New York, the government further conditions issuance of a license to carry on a citizen’s showing of some additional special need.”

New York-resident Julianne Moore, who is one of the entertainment industry’s biggest gun control activists, accused the high court of prioritizing “gun extremists” over children.

Fellow New Yorker Bette Midler tweeted “shame, shame, SHAME” on the “conservative” justices. She also called the high court “ridiculous” and “laughable.”

Brooklyn native but longtime Malibu resident Barbra Streisand called the ruling truly “disgraceful.”

Star Trek star George Takei also expressed his exasperation.

Rob Reiner accused the Supreme Court of making “death by firearms more convenient.”

Broadcast News star Albert Brooks suggested that the Supreme Court is out of touch with popular sentiment.

Bravo’s Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi demanded to know “how man people need to die?”

NBC’s The West Wing star Joshua Malina called the court’s ruling “sickening.”

MGM’s No Time to Die star Jeffrey Wright was also clearly unhappy with the ruling.

HBO’s The Wire star Wendell Pierce predicted New York will devolve in the Wild West.

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‘Fatherhood’: Touching, Hilarious Film About a Single Dad

Two Kisses for Maddy fatherhood book“Fatherhood” is a heartwarming and humorous film about a single dad doing his best to be a good parent to his daughter. Between the laughs, there are nuggets of wisdom about the parenting journey and the irreplaceable love and care of a father.

Recently on a flight — my first flight with my baby son — I was able to catch the 2021 comedy-drama Fatherhood, starring the irrepressible Kevin Hart of Jumanji fame. The film centres on single dad Matt Logelin, left alone with his baby daughter Maddy after Matt’s wife Liz unexpectedly dies following childbirth. It is based on a true story by the real Matt Logelin, published under the title Two Kisses for Maddy: A Memoir of Loss and Love.

Matt’s mother-in-law Marion hovers around after Liz’s funeral, not trusting that Matt can actually look after her granddaughter. “What would I look like goin’ home before I know that you are capable of taking care of my newborn grandchild?” she asks.

Exasperated, Matt retorts: “How are you ever gonna know if you don’t let me do it?”

Community is Key

The story unfolds with Matt succeeding against all odds at being a single dad as well as the sole breadwinner. His buddies rally around to support him, despite their own lack of childrearing experience, and provide the friendship (and levity) that he needs to get through as he tackles cot-building, nappy-changing, and baby-soothing.

Unable to get the baby to sleep, Matt barges in on a parents’ group full of mothers and begs for advice. Armed with new pearls of wisdom (white noise!), Matt finally manages a good night’s sleep with the aid of the vacuum cleaner. He brings the baby to work, and along comes the vacuum too…

A work presentation turns topsy-turvy when the baby started wailing in the distance, but the clients, who happen to be parents as well, all chime in with their parenting tips. His boss Howard contemplates firing him: “This is a place of business, right? It’s not a place of babies.” Thankfully, Matt manages to keep his job and impress the clients.

Dads are Vital

In a vulnerable moment, Matt sighs, “You know Maddy, if you could have only one parent, I wish you could’ve had your mom.” Indeed, childrearing often comes more easily to mothers, and fathers can feel like a spare tyre at times, particularly during the early years — especially if the child is mainly breastfed.

However, research shows that the more hands-on a father is during his child’s infancy, the higher the child’s IQ and eventual chance of success in life.

Lacking a dad of his own, Matt turns to his father-in-law, Mike, for parenting advice. “Welcome to not knowing the right thing to do. That’s a dad speciality,” quips Mike. He is a friendly mentor for Mike, encouraging him through the tough times.


Marion turns up uninvited for the baby’s first medical appointment, which the child thankfully passes with flying colours. “Matthew, today was a good day for you as a parent. You keep all these little victories like you had today in a little box inside you. They’ll be your most prized possessions,” she tells him.

The movie depicts how Matt and Maddy develop as a father and a daughter, through her first years in school, navigating dress codes and dealing with bullies. They also have to adjust to new dynamics when Matt’s colleague introduces him to a lady to whom he takes a fancy.

Parenting is a challenging journey. At the same time, it is very rewarding and full of fun. Fatherhood portrays this wonderful mix of emotions and the personal growth of the main characters, with the single dad learning how to tend to his daughter’s needs and realising that, although his parents-in-law may be able to provide a good home for his daughter, they can’t quite replace him.

The film is full of poignant moments and well-timed hilarity. Available on Netflix, it makes for a good show for parents to laugh over together. Unfortunately, with several instances of swearing and some politically correct plot points (Maddy’s Catholic school is portrayed as archaic for insisting that all girls dress in the appropriate attire, and Matt makes some passing comments supporting transgender ideology), it is probably not advisable for younger children to watch.


First published at Dads4Kids.

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