Herman Cain is not the first conservative candidate for president to alarm the elites. “Like many conservatives today, Coolidge was popular with the man in the street but unpopular in the Ivory Tower and in Washinton,” Charles C. Johnson writes in the November 2011 issue of The American Spectator. Maybe that’s because, “By 1927, 98 percent of Americans paid no income tax at all.
Malcolm A. Kline is the Executive Director of Accuracy in Academia.
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