Clark Barrow currently works as a writer and research assistant for Herman Cain. In this position, Clark prepares a daily news briefing while also writing compelling talking points and commentaries for Mr. Cain.
For Mr. Cain's presidential campaign, Clark worked as the lead research assistant and debate prep coordinator. In order to determine campaign policy positions, Clark drafted concise policy memos on domestic and foreign policy issues and subsequently developed talking points on each issue for the candidate.
Clark played an integral part in developing the Cain campaign energy policy. Clark mediated the policy discussions among the Cain energy policy committee members and drafted the Cain energy policy for the presidential campaign. Key aspects of the Cain energy policy were used for portions of Mr. Cain's latest book, "9-9-9 An Army of Davids"
As campaign debate prep coordinator, Clark wrote and verbally delivered practice Presidential debate questions to Mr. Cain and challenged the candidate on his answers to strengthen debate performance. When the busy campaign schedule allowed for a full debate prep session, Mr. Cain overwhelming won the debate.
Clark began working with Herman Cain in 2008 as an intern for his radio show on News/Talk WSB in Atlanta, Georgia. After a short time, Mr. Cain became impressed with Clark's ability to produce content and background research for the radio show and the two developed a strong working relationship. After the internship, Clark continued to work with Mr. Cain as a ghost-writer and research assistant.
Clark graduated Magna Cum Laude from Kennesaw State University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication.
Articles by Clark Barrow:
DAILY BRIEFING SUMMARY MONSTER - The former television reporter who gunned down two journalists and wounded a third person on live television Wednesday morning -- apparently out of anger over the Charleston, S.C., church shootings -- killed himself as police closed in on him along a Virginia highway. ... continue reading
Petulance. Eight in the Senate and 48 in the House. They wouldn't show up because in their minds any alliance between the United States and Israel is trumped by the left vs. right battle. They and Obama are on one side. Netanyahu is on the other. So they stayed away like the petulant children they are. And here ... continue reading
From Ragan's. OK. not that Reagan. But the web site Ragan's is a great source of insight about business, and they recently published a list of 10 ways to lose your best employees. Helpful as that is, it would be nice to have something in a little more positive vein, and now Ragan's has given us that too. So here ... continue reading
Options. You might want to buy health insurance. That's up to you, or at least it should be. In the age of ObamaCare, a lot of people don't get to make their own decision on the matter if they wish to avoid a gigantic tax penalty that gets bigger by the year. But while the White House isn't eager to tell you ... continue reading
Happy Tax Day? Er, OK . . . how about some stats about the U.S. tax code that will leave your mouth agape
A lot has changed in 100 years, and not for the better. It may be a holiday for Democrats, but it's not much fun for the rest of us. Yeah. Tax day. Happy happy joy joy. But do you really know the ins and outs of the U.S. tax code, and how it's changed over the course of 100 years? There's no way we can give you ... continue reading
Practical action steps. WHAT TO DO ABOUT OBAMACARE? ALREADY COVERED? – If you already have insurance, you don't need to do anything. NEED COVERAGE? – Good news! You actually don’t have to sign up for ObamaCare. Instead, you can avoid the public exchange and contact an ... continue reading
Retreat. BIG BRO - After much criticism from conservative quarters, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has decided, at least for now, to withdraw plans for its proposed study of how media organizations gather and report news. OPTIONAL - In a recent interview with The New ... continue reading
Watching you. INTIMIDATION - Volkswagen's top labor representative threatened on Wednesday to try to block further investments by the German carmaker in the southern United States if its workers there are not unionized. EASY STREET - Between snow days, official holidays and the government ... continue reading
Mister we could use a man like Herbert Hoover again. STUCK AT HOME - A new survey shows that 29 percent of U.S. adults under age 35 are living at home with their parents, while 51 percent of those between 18 and 23 are living at home. In addition, 14 percent of Americans between the ages 24 ... continue reading
Miss me yet? Sources: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Treasury Department, U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Social Security Administration JOBS - At the end of President Bush’s first term, total non-farm employment in the U.S. consisted of 104,000 fewer jobs than ... continue reading
Also in today's Daily Briefing, a federal court strikes down the ObamaCare birth control mandate. DAILY BRIEFING - SUMMARY · WRONG WAY - The real median earnings of both men and women dropped in the third quarter of 2013 and are down 3.2 percent since President ... continue reading
By CLARK BARROW - Give generously. Since we know that many Americans are eager to help with the Oklahoma relief effort, we thought it would be useful to provide a few links to organizations that are making a difference and can benefit from donations. Included below is a short list of relief organizations that are ... continue reading
By CLARK BARROW - Find out what's in it. OBAMACARE SNEAK-A-TAXES With even some of the Affordable Care Act architects warning that the implementation will be a ‘train wreck’, Americans for Tax Reform recently compiled a summary of the taxes set to hit the American people during the roll out. Included ... continue reading
By CLARK BARROW - We are not making this up. DAILY BRIEFING - SUMMARY · TAX FREEDOM DAY - According to the Tax Foundation, Tax Freedom Day 2013 will occur on April 18, 2013, five days later than 2012. · ARMS ... continue reading
By CLARK BARROW - Also, Obama limits press access like previous presidents wouldn't have dared. DAILY BRIEFING - SUMMARY · FORWARD - The Wall Street Journal this week reported on the troubling trend of college graduates getting stuck in low-skilled jobs, a problem that new research suggests may endure even ... continue reading
By CLARK BARROW - Plus, Obama not giving up on gun control. DAILY BRIEFING - SUMMARY · FORWARD - Employers are hiring more readily across the U.S., though only 14 of the nation's 100 biggest metropolitan areas have more jobs now than they did before the 2008-09 recession. · B456 - After its ... continue reading