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A message to all you anti people: Stop raining on our parade!

- Jul 2, 2015

We have a regular caller named Jeff, who always ends his comments with, “Your right to be free is my right to be free from you.”



Most disturbing impact of SCOTUS rulings: They’ve made the federal government the 51st state

- Jun 29, 2015

Let’s refresh our memories about exactly what the Tenth Amendment says:

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.



What SCOTUScare means to you

- Jun 29, 2015

The recent Supreme Court ruling on health insurance subsidies means they upheld the “stupidity of the American people” (as Jonathan Gruber would say, and has), and for the third time the Court stretched the law instead of interpreting the law.

How the Court arrived at this 6-3 decision has baffled many observers, and the ruling opinion written by Justice Roberts stuns those of us who believe that certain words matter, as Rob said last week.



If Republicans won’t repeal ObamaCare, it hardly matters what the Court does

- Jun 28, 2015

In no way am I willing to excuse the legal illogic that led six of the nine Supreme Court justices to uphold ObamaCare’s clearly illegal subsidy scheme in the King v. Burwell ruling. I can’t say it any better than dissenting Justice Antonin Scalia, who rightly observes that words now mean nothing, and that we might as well refer to the law as SCOTUSCare if the Supremes are going to keep rescuing it from its own shortcomings.

If Chief Justice Roberts finds it that implausible that the Democrat Congress of 2009 would really design a law in a way that ensures its failure, I wonder if he’s read many of their other laws. It’s what they do.



Opportunity and responsibility, not ‘equality’, are the keys to growth

- Jun 22, 2015

Something called the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development recently published a study that claimed nations with the most “economic inequality” showed the slowest rates of growth between 1990 and 2010. The whole purpose of this exercise, of course, was to provide a justification for government-forced wealth redistribution – the sort of thing that mainly empowers the politicians who get to decide who gets what.







Rand Paul nails it with his tax code replacement proposal

- Jun 19, 2015

Rand Paul nails it with his tax code replacement proposalI like very much when I see candidates for any office - but especially for the presidency - propose ideas that don’t just nudge things a bit in one direction or another, but that actually solve problems. So I really liked when Rand Paul, via an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal published yesterday, proposed to rip out the tax code by its foundations and start over with a simple, flat tax of 14.5 percent on individuals and businesses.



Cain’s presidential ratings

- Jun 17, 2015

At the suggestion of my team, the previously named “Cain’s Presidential Checklist” will now be called “Cain’s Presidential Ratings”. Granted, it is as subjective as any other so-called political analyst out there, but as pointed out by many of my folks, at least I have been in this political derby before.



Shale boom: Innovation, not regulation, unleashes prosperity and freedom

- Jun 8, 2015

I was reading this past week about the explosion of oil shale development in the United States, and about how and why it’s driving the recent plunge in oil prices. It’s quite a story. If all you know about fracking is the shrieking you’ve heard from liberals about it causing earthquakes, you really owe it to yourself to get the truth.

Fracking requires you to drill a hole several miles deep, then turn at a 90-degree angle and drill several more miles in order to get at fossil fragments that have been in the ground for millions of years. And that’s just the process of getting to them. That doesn’t even get into the challenge of production and distribution.



Cain’s presidential ratings

- Jun 4, 2015

Cain's presidential ratingsAt the suggestion of my team, the previously named “Cain’s Presidential Checklist” will now be called “Cain’s Presidential Ratings”. Granted, it is as subjective as any other so-called political analyst out there, but as pointed out by many of my folks, at least I have been in this political derby before.



Just so you know the difference, maybe we need a Bill of NON-Rights

- Jun 3, 2015

Just so you know the difference, maybe we need a Bill of NON-RightsSupposedly the following was written by one Lewis Napper, a computer programmer from Mississippi. You never know when things start circulating around the Internet, so I can’t say for sure that the attribution is correct – and I apologize to Mr. Napper for harboring the slightest doubt if he indeed exists and really wrote this.







My head-shaking encounter with a Hillary voter

- Jun 3, 2015

My head-shaking encounter with a Hillary voterI usually leave the Hillary critiques to Dan, because he is paaasionate about reminding people about how unqualified she is to be president of the United States of America. And I agree with him wholeheartedly!



OK, Loretta Lynch: If you’re serious, let’s look at the IRS

- Jun 1, 2015

Barack Obama wanted the far-left activist Loretta Lynch to be his new attorney general, and despite a Republican Senate majority, he got her. The most prominent argument made on her behalf was that she is a fierce and dogged prosecutor.



Cain’s Checklist for Presidential Candidates

- May 29, 2015

Cain's Checklist for Presidential CandidatesAs the announced presidential candidates continue to grow in number, it’s going to be harder and harder for Main Street folks like us to keep up with the similarities and the differences. This is even more difficult because of the media’s uncontrollable impulse to define each candidate based on labels, sound bites, and perceptions they want to create.



Saved from a world of negativity

- May 26, 2015

Saved from a world of negativitySome days we get callers to the Herman Cain Radio Show that are not quite connecting all the dots, and are in denial of the failed policies of the Obama Administration. They usually spend their minute on Rapid Fire accusing me of being anti-Obama, denying the truth, and bringing up any and every past failure of Republicans and conservatives.



Three nations altered temperature data, and you can probably guess why

- May 24, 2015

Three nations altered temperature data, and you can probably guess whyLet’s review the logic we are asked to accept from the we-must-act-now-on-global-warming crowd. They tell us that the science is undeniable in showing global warming is both man-made and running wild, and that only liberal policy ideas like carbon taxes and controls on industry can solve the problem.

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