Fox News seems to be obsessed with lower income individuals' access to seafood -- and using food stamps to get it. Herman Cain was the latest conservative talking head to make up lies about what food stamps can and cannot be used for,...Show More Summary
It doesn’t end when a candidate loses: The erectile-dysfunction ad is one of more than 50 similar pitches for miracle cures and easy-money tricks that [Herman] Cain has passed along to his e-mail followers over the past two years. While he has been particularly unabashed in his embrace of the practice, he is not the only […]
Speaking in South Africa in 1973 Billy Graham explained what Jesus looks like. Now read this:Teacher Tells Black Student He Can’t Be Santa (Dec 16, 2013) Herman Cain Laments Republicans Pushing Just White Candidates For 2016 (Dec 10, 2013) Someone Stealing Jesus From Nativity Scenes (Dec 10, 2013) The Five Most Uplifting Stories Of The […]
Sir, you’re really surprised that those folks aren’t fawkin’ with you??? All they wanted you to do is compete against “the other black guy”, now that that’s over, you’re useless to them, Hermie.
The Republican clown-car a.k.a known as their list of potential presidential candidates for 2016 just got a little more crowded this Tuesday.
Republicans have a “branding problem,” says one-time presidential candidate Herman Cain. The Democrats,” Cain [said], “they stick together even if they’re wrong and even if they lie. At least they all to can it consistently. Just look at Obamacare.” He then pointed out his belief that the party is unable to establish itself with certain […]
Appearing on Fox's Happening Now on Tuesday morning, former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain lamented the Republican "branding problem," specifically pointing to unfocused leadership, a lack of cohesion among factions, and a gaggle of all-white potential candidates for 2016.
Herman Cain on Obamacare rebranding: ‘People are not as stupid as this administration thinks they are’ FOXNEWS Daily Caller
Not surprisingly, the liberal media on Friday focused on leaked details from Mark Halperin and John Heilemann's new book "Double Down" that involved Barack Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden, Mitt Romney, and Chris Christie. Yet...Show More Summary
I miss Rick Santorum's presidential run. A lot. Wait, weren't we just here? Oh right—different guy. While Herman Cain is concerned that the Devil was the one out to sabotage his presidential run via a series of sexual harassment allegations,...Show More Summary
A Houston couple is suing Carnival Cruises for stranding them on that infamous Poop Ship. Except they were never on that ship. [Houston Chronicle] Herman Cain has figured out the culprit behind the sexual harassment allegations that plagued his campaign. Show More Summary
In an interview this week with RealClearReligion, Herman Cain claims that the sexual harassment allegations that derailed his 2012 presidential campaign were the work of Satan.
Could have been president, if not for that maddening serpent of evil 'n stuff. Former actual Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain, like most conservatives, is certain that none of the bad things that happen around him could possibly be his own damn fault. Show More Summary
Because obviously Herman Cain getting to be President would be a victory for Jesus, and Satan can't have that.
Herman Cain now says the devil was behind the sexual harassment allegations against him.
Did you really have to be a pluperfect political prognosticator to have foreseen that none of Herman Cain, Michelle Bachmann or Donald Trump was going to be the 2012 Republican presidential nominee? Yet on today's Morning Joe, Joe Scarborough—by way of establishing his... -
As Clarence Thomas, Herman Cain, and others have learned the hard way, the progressive establishment does not take kindly to blacks who undermine the official narrative by escaping the liberal plantation. Dr. Ben Carson joins the club: Dr. Show More Summary
Dial has access to the NFL and syndicates radio shows hosted by Dennis Miller, Ed Schultz and Herman Cain. read more
If the Founding Fathers hadn't wanted us all to be Christians, they wouldn't have put "In God We Trust" on our moneys.