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.
Remember 2012 GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain? Of course you remember Herman Cain. Everyone remembers Herman Cain. Well, that guy has responded to American Atheists' recent victory in which they were able to donate atheist literature...Show More Summary
Recent studies have shown that the United States lags behind other developing countries in social mobility -- what is often known as the "American Dream." And, ironically, it's particularly hard to go from rags to riches in the Red States. But...Show More Summary
The Newsroom's third episode of the second season opened with the voices of 2012 GOP presidential contenders Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum one-upping each other on just how much they love the troops. It was...Show More Summary
In response to First Filner Accuser Steps Publicly Forward: Say, how did things ever work out with that poor woman who hired Gloria Allred because Herman Cain allegedly attacked her? It was supposed to be quite the Filneresque encounter, as I recall. Show More Summary
Cain, former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza, isn't just a politician—he's a business, man. Looks like he’s pushing a new business idea.
Brief news from here and elsewhere: – How did the story of J.K. Rowling publishing a thriller under a fake name get out? A lawyer involved unwisely told a loose-lipped friend, it turns out. Apologies all around. (AP) – It … Continue reading ?
Fabulous: Before going onstage the night of the debate, [Rick Perry] took his customary trip to the restroom. He saw Herman Cain standing just behind him. The Michigan debate came shortly after Politico reported that two women had accused Cain of inappropriate behavior when he was the head of the National Restaurant Association. Show More Summary