Herman Cain

"They were humor columns, but some of them weren't funny and so I am apologetic," the president's Federal Reserve Board pick said.
The president said he will respect Cain's wishes and not nominate him for the role.
Three GOP senators — Utah’s Mitt Romney, Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski and North Dakota’s Kevin Cramer — told AP they’d likely vote against Cain.
Why would the president choose such terrible appointees? Trump wants people who “will do exactly what he tells them to do,” Oliver said.
Larry Kudlow said Cain is a good choice for the Federal Reserve despite the accusations that surfaced in 2011.
The MSNBC show mocked Donald Trump's plan to nominate the former pizza executive for a Federal Reserve Board seat.
"Is that really something that’s going to be seared in your memory that you’ll need therapy for?” Jason Lewis said in the 2012 clip published by CNN.
The presumptive Republican nominee is a vocal advocate for women. Except when he's not.
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It is unclear if Donald Trump has rewritten the rules of political campaigning but he has unquestionably left pundits and political scientists baffled by his success. Most careful observers of politics (present authors included) believed Trump would have washed out quickly and decisively.
Today most people of African descent would agree that slavery was no blessing to their ancestors, yet many of them still perpetrate one of the cornerstones of slavery; that is the stripping of our cultural identity as African people.
So, another Republican presidential debate brings more confirmation of what the Republican Party has become. It's probably the most reactionary major conservative party of any in the advanced industrial world.
The famed neurosurgeon is also a best-selling author and has long been a conservative favorite. On paper, he appears to be the ideal candidate for high office. However, he is not presidential timber for both obvious and less than obvious reasons.
There can only be one reason why Ben Carson is now at the top of three new Iowa polls and a new national poll: Republican voters might be in desperate need of some of the good doctor's brain surgery!
Someone who says what he believes and sticks to it and who dares anyone to challenge him. Imagine that Bush going up against Clinton. Now that's a match-up that would make the Democrat gods shudder.
"We all end up working for people who are more successful than us," the presidential hopeful said.