The dangers of Chevron deference and the COVID-19 pandemic

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Chevron deference, or the legal principle that the federal courts exercise deference to agency interpretations of laws and regulations, is a controversial practice that accumulates vast amounts of unconstitutional power in the federal bureaucracy.

LeBron James-backed school reportedly delivers low test scores

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Former HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson weighs in after a report claimed James’ I Promise School failed to raise test scores for low-performing students.

Ben Carson to Newsmax: Cognitive Tests, Term Limits Needed

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America’s founders never anticipated elected officials wanting to hang on to power, meaning that officeholders should face cognitive testing and term limits, neurosurgeon and former Trump cabinet member Ben Carson said.

What is an Amicus Brief?

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An amicus brief is a legal document that individuals or organizations submit to the court because they have an interest in the pending case, even though they are not directly a party to the case itself. The phrase “amicus brief” comes from the Latin word…

Liberal Media Is Trying to Divide America: Dr. Ben Carson

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Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson joins ‘Varney & Co.’ to weigh in on NBC’s controversial report arguing that Black people must seek ‘safe spaces’ to go camping.

Private Funding in Elections

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The integrity of our elections is paramount to a functioning democracy. There was a time in America when the Democrat Party was concerned about the influx of dollars into our elections. They argued that when wealthy individuals are allowed to deploy vast amounts of private…

Loper Bright Enterprises vs. Gina Raimondo

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On July 24, The American Cornerstone Institute filed an amicus brief with the US Supreme Court arguing that it’s time the American people took back our power from unelected Federal bureaucrats and the Courts that enable them. Our brief supports the plaintiffs in the case,…

America still needs families

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A recent Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data found that marriage in the United States is declining. According to the analysis , a record high 25% of 40-year-olds in the U.S. have never been married , up from only 6% in 1980.

A Resounding Win for Free Speech

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As most Americans were grilling hot dogs in their backyard and enjoying fireworks over the 4th of July weekend to celebrate the beginning of their nation, few saw the news of another reason to celebrate: U.S. District Court Judge Terry Doughty of Louisiana issued a…

Dr. Ben Carson Previews His Upcoming Appearance at the Third Annual Pray Vote Stand Summit

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Dr. Ben Carson, Famed Pediatric Neurosurgeon and Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Previews His Upcoming Appearance at the Third Annual Pray Vote Stand Summit.

Holding On to Free Speech in the US with Dr Ben Carson

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Dr. Ben Carson — world-renown brain surgeon, fmr HUD secretary and Founder & Chairman of the American Cornerstone Institute joins to talk about Free Speech and his new book, “Freedom of Bark.”

Dr. Ben Carson: Opportunities are abundant in America

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Former HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson reacts to the Supreme Court striking down race-based admissions on ‘The Evening Edit.’

America’s Farmland: The New Battleground for National Security

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For over a century, America has stood alone as the preeminent powerhouse on the world economic stage. Unsurprisingly, aspiring nations like China have yearned to expand their own influence and challenge America’s hegemony. Lately, these efforts seem like they are making progress, both overseas and…

Good riddance to affirmative action

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On June 29, the Supreme Court released its much-anticipated decision in Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard, ruling that both Harvard and the University of North Carolina’s consideration of race in their admissions process is unconstitutional.

The Case for Work Requirements to Receive Means-Tested Benefits

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Expanding work requirements across government-funded benefit programs is crucial to reduce needless or fraudulent enrollments and help those on welfare programs begin the path to self-sufficiency and long-term independence. The policy goals behind these programs must emphasize that aid is given to those who need…

Ben Carson to Newsmax: Biden Cognitive Test Could Ease Concerns

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With Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia being in the news with the recent diagnosis of former first lady Rosalynn Carter, questions about President Joe Biden could be answered with a cognitive test, former Housing and Urban Development secretary and renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson said Thursday…

Dr. Ben Carson to Newsmax: Suggesting Gender Change Is ‘Child Abuse’

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Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Dr. Ben Carson told Newsmax on Thursday that adults discussing gender transitioning with children are actually committing “child abuse” because children lack the maturity to make such decisions.

Dr. Ben Carson to Newsmax: ‘Don’t Know How Long This Republic Can Last’

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Dr. Ben Carson expressed concerned about the direction of the U.S., amid the delays and lack of transparency on COVID-19’s origins, a vaccine doctor’s unwillingness to debate, corruption, and the unequal application of justice.

Ben Carson to Newsmax: We Need to Stop Fighting Each Other

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Dr. Ben Carson told Newsmax on Friday that Americans, particularly “people in authority,” need to “stop fighting each other and trying to make people feel like victims.”

States Move to Limit Foreign Purchases of U.S. Housing Stock

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Homeownership is essential to a strong middle class, and a stable housing market is crucial for a strong economy. At the end of the day, purchasing a home is the biggest investment nearly any individual will make in their entire lives. Homes offer families a…