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Ben & Candy Carson Sep 13
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Ben Carson Sep 11
During yesterday’s hearing, I encouraged and to go back and look at the facts. Well, here’s their homework.
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HUDgov Sep 6
Meet Tai. She recently found herself experiencing homelessness but under HUD's homeless programs, she found an affordable place to live and is now working towards self-sufficiency.
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Ben & Candy Carson Jul 30
There has been a lot of conversation around Baltimore recently. We the people should be enormously proud of our country even though we know it has not been historically perfect. However, when we say one nation under God, let’s make sure we mean it.
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Ben & Candy Carson Jul 30
There has been a lot of conversation around Baltimore recently. We the people should be enormously proud of our country even though we know it has not been historically perfect. However, when we say one nation under God, let’s make sure we mean it.
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Ben & Candy Carson Jul 18
I have an advantage of knowing the president very well, and he's not a racist and his comments are not racist...
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Ben & Candy Carson May 27
Replying to @RealBenCarson
rocked to keep from sinking. Nathan Hale before his execution courageously said “I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.“ We don’t have to change America to improve America, but in order to be “the land of the free“, we must be “the home of the brave.”
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Ben & Candy Carson May 27
Replying to @RealBenCarson
In order to defeat these forces we the people must don the same apparel of courage and sacrifice as did our brave heroes that we honor on this day and every day. Those who wish to change us count on our silence and our desire not to rock the boat. Sometimes the boat needs to be
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Ben & Candy Carson May 27
Replying to @RealBenCarson
Many of these people are not bad people, they are just being deceived and manipulated. They are not even in the majority, but their voices are greatly magnified by an echo chamber of media who have forgotten their pledge of truthfulness and their responsibility to the people.
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Ben & Candy Carson May 27
Replying to @RealBenCarson
They do not want to protect our borders, they want to redistribute wealth, they want to massively empower the government at the expense of the people and aretrying, with some degree of success to divide the American people on the basis of race, income, age, religion, party
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Ben & Candy Carson May 27
Replying to @RealBenCarson
Historically threats to that freedom have been external to our national borders, but now people who are well-established inside of America who outwardly proclaim their desire to fundamentally change our nation.
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Ben & Candy Carson May 27
This Memorial Day as we contemplate the incredible courage and sacrifices made by our fellow Americans on the battlefields of the world, let us endeavor to remember what they were fighting for. They wanted to ensure that we could live in peace and freedom.
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Gov. Mike Huckabee May 18
If you missed "Conversations" w/ you can catch it on-demand. Learn how his mother, who gave birth at 13 became a spy and how it turned young Ben's life around. Inspiring story!
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Faith & Freedom May 16
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Liberty University May 11
Powerful testimonial from at the 46th Liberty University Commencement
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Ben & Candy Carson May 6
Replying to @RealBenCarson
The point is we can become ridiculous with our application of political correctness. Wise people learn from the past rather than allowing themselves to be ruled by it.
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Ben & Candy Carson May 6
Replying to @RealBenCarson
She subsequently repented and became an advocate for fairness to all people. If they’re going to excoriate her reputation because of that incident, shouldn’t they expunge the records of all the Yankees who played with that uniform on before the integration of baseball?
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Ben & Candy Carson May 6
The New York Yankees are banning music by Kate Smith who made the song “God Bless America“ famous, because early in her professional career she mistakenly complied with a request to sing two songs that had racist lyrics.
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