Super-Conservative

Dean Cain

Everyone knows Dean Cain as Superman, or at least a Superman. But if you ask him about politics you quickly forget that.

In 1993, Cain was announced as the man who would play Clark Kent and his alter-ego, Superman, in the ABC Series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. The show was well-received, and Cain was well-loved. It remained on the air for four years, and during that time, Cain seemed be in every entertainment to magazine, sometimes on the cover. He was even voted one of People magazine’s“50 Most Beautiful People in the World” in 1994.

I first met Cain when we appeared on the same episode of Fox New’s Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld. I assumed that most heartthrobs from the 1990s are now self-important jerks or out creating their own religion in Venice Beach.

Ellison’s Must Read of the Day

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My must read of the day is “Mandatory House Ethics Training? Some Incoming Freshmen Don’t See the Point,” in Roll Call.

Ellison’s Must Read of the Day

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My must read of the day, “GOP Hawks Sink Libertarian Bid to Lead Key House Conservative Bloc,” by Lachlan Markay, in the Washington Free Beacon.