50 conservative rock songs, apparently

Over in the internally consistent universe of the National Review, they’ve compiled a list of the 50 “greatest conservative rock songs of all time”, laying claim to all sorts of songs whose authors I’m sure would beg to differ. But when your criteria are as simple-minded and general as any mention of someone with authority being lame or any sort of nod to traditional values, I guess you can take whatever you want.

For what it’s worth, they can have “Cult of Personality” by Living Colour, one of the lyrically worst songs I’ve ever listened to. It’s conservative because they mention JFK.

Via Wonkette

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