Herman Cain

Herman Cain – a radio talk show host, successful businessman and motivation expert, who once publicly challenged President Clinton over his health care plan – debuts today as the latest exclusive columnist at WorldNetDaily. His column will be featured every Monday on WND’s commentary page.

Cain, who many know as the former chairman of Godfather’s Pizza Inc., has a multi-dimensional background in business, politics and public policy.

As the host of “The Herman Cain Show” on News Talk 750 WSB in Atlanta, Cain, who has been nicknamed “The Hermanator,” brings his varied expertise to the airwaves each weekday from 7 to 10 p.m. Eastern. His media experience also includes serving as a Fox News business commentator.

Cain is chief executive officer and president of THE New Voice Inc., a business consulting company, and head coach of HITM, The Hermanator’s Intelligent Thinkers’ Movement.

In 1994, at a Bill Clinton town hall meeting on health care reform, Cain, then head of Godfather’s Pizza, challenged the president on the impact his plan would have on businesses like his own.

“Mr. President, with all due respect, your calculations are incorrect,” stated Cain, who proceeded to give Clinton a math lesson on employee benefits and government mandates.

The video of Cain’s conversation with Clinton is embedded below:

Besides serving as a daily radio host, Cain is active as a highly sought after speaker on the subjects of leadership, motivation, national and economic policy, politics and achieving one’s American Dream.

Cain is former chairman and president of the Tax Leadership Council, the public educational component of Americans for Fair Taxation, and was a member of the National Commission on Economic Growth and Tax Reform.

In addition, Cain is the recipient of eight honorary doctorate degrees from Morehouse College, New York City Technical College, Suffolk University, Johnson & Wales University, Creighton University, Purdue University, Tougaloo College and the University of Nebraska.

Cain has authored four books: “Leadership Is Common Sense,” “Speak As A Leader,” “CEO of SELF” and his most recent, “They Think You’re Stupid” – all of which are available in the WND SuperStore.

A native and current resident of Atlanta, Cain has been married for over 40 years and has two adult children and two grandchildren.

Read Cain’s debut column for WorldNetDaily, “We’re not sheeple.”

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