Herman Cain addresses the media, Nov. 8, 2011, in Scottsdale, Ariz. (Credit: AP Photo/Matt York)
(CNN) – This Fourth of July not only marks America's birthday but also the debut of Herman Cain's latest media venture, CainTV.com.
Cain, the CEO turned Tea Party activist and former Republican presidential hopeful, guarantees viewers a staunchly conservative news outlet to counter the "one-sided, mainstream" media.
"The time has come for a new kind of entertainment," a teaser video on the site's Facebook page said in preparation for the Independence Day launch.
CainTV.com - a mix of politics and lifestyle news packed into a web platform – tells readers that it's "designed to give you the other side of popular culture, politics, entertainment" delivered in an "Informative, Inspirational and Intertainment" way.
"Hello, I'm Herman Cain. They think we're stupid," Cain tells followers in a short video scrolling across the top of the website, bashing the current administration's gun policies and invoking the recent "Fast and Furious" gun smuggling scandal.
"Without the constraints of networks or Hollywood studios, CainTV can bring you news, events, reports and comedy which you'll never get in the mainstream media," writes Cain on the website. "We go after stories that a lot of people – especially those in power – may not want you to see, and that the liberal press has no interest in bringing to the forefront."
In a series of videos, blog posts and short documentaries, CainTV tackles issues ranging from immigration policy and problems plaguing the Middle East to cooking and the Constitution.
Cain, a businessman with famous, no-fuss political ideas like his 9-9-9 economic plan, which he touted in his presidential campaign, will also start hosting his own radio show on WSB this January, replacing Neal Boortz.