Posts Tagged “Ben Carson”

More Biased Reporting, hypocrisy this time on “slaves”

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More Biased Reporting, hypocrisy this time on “slaves”

More Biased Reporting, hypocrisy this time on “slaves” When former presidential candidate and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development compared “slaves” to “immigrants,” he was roundly attacked by the media cabal of anti-Trump haters who look for anything to exaggerate, distort and twist to make the Trump administration look bad. But within a day, people discovered…

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Ben Carson Sees No “Political Path”

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Ben Carson appears to have finished his run for the White House. According to a statement issued by his campaign Wednesday, the retired neurosurgeon said he will skip Thursday’s Republican debate in Detroit, but fell just short of formally ending his campaign, saying he will discuss his future plans during a speech on Friday. I…

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BREAKING: Fiorina Drops Out

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The lone female candidate on the GOP side peaked early but could not recover from poor showings in Iowa or New Hampshire. Carly Fiorina is done running for president. The former Hewlett-Packard CEO announced on Wednesday that she was suspending her campaign after finishing seventh in the New Hampshire Republican primary. “I’ve said throughout this…

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Meeting Ben Carson, candidate for President of the United States

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Meeting Ben Carson, candidate for President of the United States

Aaron Hanania writes about meeting Republican Candidate for president Dr. Ben Carson during a road trip through Iowa, recently, Carson, Aaron Hanania said, addressed the audience and then posed for photos with people. Aaron described the campaign meeting on his writing blog Aaron411.com. Click here to read the story.

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Why Trump and Carson Are Doing So Well

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Donald Trump and Ben Carson have been dominating the headlines and polls in the past couple of months. But why are the two outsiders who have zero political experience doing so well? Friday morning’s Washington Post article by Philip Rucker and Robert Costa has some possible insight. Pulled out from the story and tweeted by…

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Fox Business Debate Heavy On Substance, Low On Excitement

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Fox Business Debate Heavy On Substance, Low On Excitement

If the previous debate can be called angry this debate could be called boring. In an election where candidates have been trying to gain a foothold to win in one of the early primary states the debate on Fox Business can be labeled as a middling affair with very little separating the eight men and…

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Poll: Carson Is The Candidate To Beat In Both Parties

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Poll: Carson Is The Candidate To Beat In Both Parties

With the 2016 election just a year away, Ben Carson is not only on top for the Republican nomination but also beating Hillary Clinton, according to one poll. Quinnipiac University’s national poll, released periodically, has the retired neurosurgeon, under fire from the left for his beliefs regarding addiction and ancient Egyptian history, is statistically tied…

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Ben Carson’s Military Story In Question

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Ben Carson’s campaign admitted on Friday that a key point of the personal story which helped propel him as a national figure is false. In response to an inquiry from POLITICO, Carson’s office admitted that he fabricated the story surrounding his application and acceptance to the U.S. Military Academy. In the story recounted in Carson’s…

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Debate Three Winners and Losers

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Debate Three Winners and Losers

Now that the dust has settled on the third debate (and there was a lot of dust), it is time to see who had the best, and worst, debate performances on CNBC. Winners Florida Sen. Marco Rubio Rubio had a pretty good performance during the second debate in September but nothing like this one. With…

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Trump’s Iowa Numbers Aren’t What They Used To Be

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Trump’s Iowa Numbers Aren’t What They Used To Be

After a spout of a long summer — don’t call it global warming, it’ll make him angry — fall appears to be settling into Iowa as Donald Trump’s numbers have taken a strong dive in October. Ben Carson, the retired neurosurgeon, now owns the title of frontrunner for the first-in-the-nation state whose primary kicks off…

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