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Dr. Ben Carson coming to Branson in September

College of the Ozarks near Branson will be hosting the National Symposium on Patriotic Education in September on the 16 and 17. The purpose of the Symposium, which is hosted by The William S. Knight Center for Patriotic Education at College of the Ozarks, is to revive historic American values and virtue on the eve of the 250th anniversary of America’s founding.
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Ben Carson Was Asked: “WhatActions Of Hillary Clinton Do YouConsider The Most Satanic?” – HisAnswer Stunned Everyone (Video)

Back in 2016 his speech at the Republican convention , Ben Carson made a statement that raised some eyebrows. “Now, one of the things that I have learned about Hillary Clinton is that one of her heroes, her mentors, was Saul Alinsky,” said Carson. “And her senior thesis was about Saul Alinsky. This was someone she greatly admired….” So far so good. Nothing most political junkies haven’t heard before.

Ben Carson on Critical Race Theory: Can You Imagine What It's Like To Grow Up In This Society?

Former Secretary of Housing & Urban Development Dr. Ben Carson shares his thoughts on teaching critical race theory in American classrooms with FBN host Stuart Varney: "We live in a amazing country, I visited 68 different countries, I've lived overseas, and it is an amazing place with amazing opportunities and an incredible history. Critical Race Theory doesn't emphasize those things, it emphasizes the negative.
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Ben Carson Says Calling for Racial Equity Is ‘Another Kind of Racism’

Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Ben Carson, recently wrote an op-ed for The Washington Post, while exploring his view that “moving our focus from equality to equity won’t defeat racism.” Carson stated that it is another kind of racism. In his piece, Carson remarked that ‘proponents of equity see no problem with treating groups of people differently based solely on race, as long as it serves their agenda.’
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Ben Carson reacts to fatal shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant: need to give police 'more choices'

Former House and Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson explains the media's role in tension between communities and police officers on "The Story." BEN CARSON: Well, this is an area where the media plays a role. The way that they emphasize or de-emphasize things. They can take something that's extremely rare like an officer like Chauvin, who is way off the end of the scale. This guy is beyond belief, and to try to make it seem like that's representative of the police department in Minneapolis or anyplace else is absolutely absurd. Obviously, we do need to learn from all of these instances that occur. In this instance in Columbus, there are a number of advances that have been made in terms of weapons that can immobilize people immediately. Why aren't we talking about that? Why aren't we making those things more available to the police? You know, I feel for the 16-year-old girl that was killed. She may have been somebody who was going to have a tremendous life, and she just got crazy for a minute. That’s horrible that she would have to lose her life, but if the officer doesn’t have any other choices, that’s part of our problem as a society, and we need to make sure we have to give them more choices.
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Ben Carson Says Calling For Racial Equity Is ‘Another Kind Of Racism’

Ben Carson appeared on Fox News on Wednesday and defended an op-ed he wrote where he labeled calls for racial equity racist. The former Housing and Urban Development secretary was on “America’s Newsroom” and discussed the April 18 article in The Washington Post. Host Dana Perino asked Carson to expand on what he meant in his piece.

Ben Carson joins board of directors of largest homebuilder in US

D.R. Horton, the largest homebuilder in the U.S., appointed former U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson to its board of directors. D.R. Horton appointed Carson as an independent director effective Apr. 20, 2021. Carson was also named as a member of the Nominating and Governance, Audit and Compensation Committees. The appointment of Carson expands the size of the company’s board from six to seven directors, six of whom are independent directors.

D.R. Horton names Ben Carson to its board of directors

D.R. Horton Inc., which builds homes in 29 states, named Ben Carson, former secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, as an independent director. The appointment, which expands the board to seven directors, was effective Tuesday, the Arlington, Texas-based homebuilder said in a statement Wednesday. Carson was also named a member of the nominating and governance, audit and compensation committees.

Even Neil Cavuto Was Horrified When Ben Carson Dug Up Long Disproven Claims About Hydroxychloroquine

Remember hydroxychloroquine? It’s been a very long time — about a year— since doctors and public health organizations, like the FDA, warned against claims, most often floated by former president Donald Trump, that the drug meant to combat malaria could also work on COVID-19. It doesn’t, and what’s more, it causes side effects, on top of making it difficult for those who actually need it to obtain it. And yet on Wednesday, there was Ben Carson, retired neurosurgeon and former Trump staffer, talking about it like it was 2020 all over again.
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Ben Carson blasts progressive 'equity' push as 'what we used to call racism'

Former Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson blasted the progressive push for racial equity as "what we used to call racism." In a new opinion piece published Monday, Carson argued that liberals' shift to prioritize equity over equality is antithetical to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s ideals and "would reward and punish people because of the color of their skin."
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Ben Carson says the push for equity with reparations and anti-poverty stipends is 'un-American,' 'racist' and ignores poor white families

Ben Carson argued in a new op-ed that the push for racial equity - using tools like reparations and 'anti-poverty' stipends - can lead to more racism and is 'un-American.'. 'Proponents of equity see no problem with treating groups of people differently based solely on race, as long as it serves their agenda,' Carson wrote Sunday in The Washington Post. 'This is what we used to call racism, and those not blinded by identity politics still recognize it as such.'