Herman Cain

Herman Cain is a corporate executive, radio talk show host, and syndicated columnist from Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. Cain previously served as the Chairman of the Federal Reserve of Kansas City and as the president and CEO of the National Restaurant Association. In January 2011, Mr. Cain established a presidential exploratory committee.

In Defense of American Exceptionalism


There is no denying it: America is the greatest country in the world. We are blessed with unparalleled freedoms and boundless prosperity that for generations have inspired an innovative and industrious people. America is exceptional. American Exceptionalism is the standard that our laws reflect the understanding that we are afforded certain God-given rights that can […]

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Egypt Crisis and Oil


Egypt is in the midst of what can only be described as a political and social meltdown. While elected officials and diplomatic leaders from the U.S. determine our appropriate course of action, we are reminded that the stability enjoyed by Americans is simply not the norm in other parts of the world. While our thoughts […]

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Private Sector Saviors


As residents of New Orleans and the rest of the gulf coast begin to pick themselves up from a devastating natural disaster, they’re finding lots of hands reaching out to help. Ordinary Americans and companies large and small from across the country are reaching out by the thousands to offer flood victims their time, talents, […]

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We Want Your Money


U2 made more money than any other touring band in the first half of 2005. The Irish rockers pulled in more than $48 million in six months with an average ticket price of $96. So, naturally, I was a little suspicious when Bono, U2’s lead singer, told me he didn’t want my money. Bono said […]

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