You can count Jackson Browne into that mix as well. I'm sure if we ever met for lunch, talking about Ronald Reagan would be a bad idea, but I so dig his 1983 dig at the then-President, the title track of Browne's latest album at the time.
It ended up as his fourth highest charting single on the Billboard Top 100, peaking at #13 early in my junior year of high school, from an album that gave us other good gems like "For A Rocker" and "Tender Is The Night".
Frankly, I'm little surprised Browne's only contribution to our Top 500 as a solo artist comes here. "For A Rocker" was a great tune, and "Doctor My Eyes" is a classic. And, if you want a window into how Browne's early song-making routine was, if you haven't watched it already, check out the 2013 documentary, "The History of The Eagles". In Part 1, there's a great discussion of how he finally got "Doctor My Eyes" together after many long hours, thanks in part to a teapot.
Do you remember "Lawyers In Love"? :)