Ben Carson has said little about what he may do at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. His confirmation hearing today could provide insight.
You thought Ben Carson was as bad as HUD could get, didn't you?
Last week, U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson testified before Congress, defending the Trump Administration’s proposed 15 percent cut to his agency’s budget. His testimony came just days after he called poverty...Show More Summary
Ben Carson, HUD secretary, provides insight to the state of U.S. home-ownership, health-care needs and politics.
Ben Carson, HUD secretary, shares insight to the state of U.S. homeownership, and the role of HUD to help provide housing.
Ben Carson offered no objections to the budget proposed by the Trump administration. Ben Carson, a neurosurgeon and the secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, has defended massive cuts to his own agency, saying “we have to stop the bleeding if we’re going to get healing”. Show More Summary
"We have to stop the bleeding if we’re going to get healing," he said before a Senate committee.
Housing Secretary Ben Carson defended the sharp budget cuts facing his agency even as he promised senators Wednesday that he would strive to help the most vulnerable Americans. Appearing before … Click to Continue »
Rebekah Barber has been particularly moved by the debate over health care because of her experience with hydrocephalus, which causes fluid to accumulate on the brain. Twice, she has had … Click to Continue »
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson speaks at HUD's National Homeownership Forum with CNBC's Diana Olick.
President Donald Trump's point man on housing, Ben Carson, takes on a higher profile this month in Washington — an opportunity to spell out his vision on federal housing policy, … Click to Continue »
Does ‘Wrong Mind-Set’ Cause Poverty or Vice Versa? | Emily Badger: Ben Carson is an idiot, and his recent self-centered screed about ‘mind set’ as the critical determinant of poor people’s situations is the best proof going. Copious research shows ‘will power’ is not what poor people lack: it’s money: Some of Mr. Show More Summary
The HUD secretary said that the “wrong mind-set” leads to poverty. But research suggests cause and effect go the opposite way.
MAKE "THE TRUTH" INTO "THE LATEST FLUB" THAT TRIGGERED A PROGRESSIVE FUNDAMENTALIST ATTACK - AND YOU HAVE ACHIEVED A HIGHER RUNG OF MIND CONTROL INSPECTION OF PROPAGANDA TECHIQUES 1) NEW YORK TIMES In the first of the 3 panel news summary...Show More Summary
You may remember earlier this week that noted grifter and Secretary of HUD Ben Carson told his former business manager and fellow grifter Armstrong Williams that "poverty is a state of mind." I noted that as long as you're willing to...Show More Summary
On Wednesday night, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson -- whose budget to help low-income households would be cut by more than $6 billion next year -- added his own thoughts. He said in a radio interview that "poverty to a large extent is also a state of mind."... Show More Summary
Ben Carson should really stop talking. Truly. Because it seems that whenever he talks about anything that isn’t related to brains or science, he makes a complete and total ass out of himself. Earlier this month, he got himself into trouble...Show More Summary
Ben Carson, our HUD Secretary of somewhat dubious expertise, recently burbled on about how he thinks that “poverty, to a large extent, is a state of mind,” a statement which earned him some well-justified pushback and which prompted several people, knowing of my general thoughts about poverty, to wonder if I had any thoughts on […]
He's at it again.