Cain Connection April 27, 2011

Weekly Commentary: "Obama’s Energy Policy: Blame at the Pump"
In this week’s commentary, Herman discusses how President Obama’s energy policy is simply to find a new victim for his blame game when it comes to gas prices. "We have the energy resources to achieve energy independence if the government would just get out of the way," he explains.
Herman’s weekly commentary appears on his website, North Star National, Daily Caller and Investor’s Business Daily.

Herman to Make First Sunday Show Appearance
Herman will make his first appearance on a Sunday morning talk show this week, which is seen as a "right of passage" for potential presidential contenders. He will join senior correspondent Eric Shawn at 11:30 a.m. EDT on the Fox News Channel. Be sure to tune in or tape this landmark event for Herman!

Herman Cain on the Mark Levin Radio Program

In last week’s Cain Connection, we told you how Herman is gaining significant traction in the media. On Friday evening, Herman appeared on one of America’s largest talk radio shows— the Mark Levin Radio Program. Mark called Herman a "decent man" and agreed with his vision to put America back to work by cutting government spending and lowering taxes now!
Click here for the audio and fast forward to the last half hour of the program.
Herman Takes His Message to Fox News
On Monday, Herman appeared on "America Live with Megyn Kelly," guest hosted by Shannon Bream. The eight-minute interview covered Herman’s specific policy initiatives, including "outgrowing China," drilling in America, moving from an "entitlement society to an empowerment society" and so much more.
Watch the video to find out where Herman stands on the issues.
Herman Honored at Alma Mater
Herman gave a keynote address at his alma mater, Purdue University, last week. He received his Master’s degree in computer science there in 1971 and an honorary doctorate from the prestigious university in 2004. Several hundred students and supporters poured into the auditorium in West Lafayette, Indiana, to hear Herman speak about his conservative principles, his economic vision and his keys to success in school and in life.
Cain Train Rolls Into New Hampshire and Pennsylvania

Herman will be in both New Hampshire and Pennsylvania this week. In New Hampshire, Herman will appear at several public events, including a presidential forum hosted by Americans for Prosperity, and in Pennsylvania, he’ll give the keynote address at the National Rifle Association’s annual conference and a Tea Party event.
Check out this week’s schedule here.
Quick Clips
Here are some "quick clips" of some of the best articles about Herman this week:

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Buckhead Fundraising Event

Mr. & Mrs. Herman Cain 
Cordially Invite You to a Reception 
In Support Of Mr. Cain’s Potential 2012 Presidential Candidacy
Monday, May 2, 2011
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Lenox Square Grill

3393 Peachtree Rd. NE

Atlanta, GA 30326


The Cain Club $2,500

Private VIP Reception: 5:30-6:30

Preferred Dinner Seating

Photo with Mr. Cain

Autographed Copies of Mr. Cain’s Latest Book and “Common Sense Solutions”

Host $1,000

Private Reception from 6:00-6:30

Preferred Dinner Seating

Autographed Copies of Mr. Cain’s Latest Book and “Common Sense Solutions”

Visionary $400


General Seating

Autographed Copy of “Common Sense Solutions”

Patriot $150


General Seating
RSVP to or by call Stephanie at (678)-601-2772
Click here to make your donation online for the Buckhead Event.


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