Yeah, I'm talking about everybody's favorite Christian nationalist history revisionist David Barton. It seems this paragon of lies and propaganda has been invited to speak at the Annual National Prayer Breakfast at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
Ben Carson, the world-renowned pediatric neurosurgeon who criticized President Obama at the National Prayer Breakfast in February, is one of the prominent black conservatives the former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain is hosting in Washington D.C. on Monday.
Dr. Ben Carson stepped into the national spotlight recently when, as speaker at the National Prayer Breakfast, to an audience that included President Obama, he was openly critical of the President's approach to health care and his overall management of the nation's economy.
Dr. Ben Carson, who made waves with his speech at Barack Obama's National Prayer Breakfast, announced his withdrawal as commencement speaker for John Hopkins University after students revolted over his recent gay marriage comments to Fox News.
In response to To Ta-Nehisi Coates, Dr. Carson is Just Another Sambo Doll: When Dr. Ben Carson spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast he didn't play with the race card. He used biblical principles, common sense and a lack of vitriol in modern politics; he was a breath of fresh air. Show More Summary
Dr. Carson came to public prominence after his speech at the annual National Prayer Breakfast where he publically touched on his background, education and vision of what America could be, which was counter to the vision and course that President Obama has set upon over the last four years. Show More Summary
The controversy surrounding Dr. Ben Carson illustrates a national crisis that has been ignored – and tolerated – for far too long. Carson, a renowned neurosurgeon, burst onto the national scene with his National Prayer Breakfast address. Show More Summary
By now everyone is aware of Dr. Ben Carson’s recent rise to fame after he delivered the keynote address at the 61st annual National Prayer Breakfast, where he landed a well placed left jab and right hook punch squarely on President Obama’s political agenda. Show More Summary
Dr. Benjamin Carson, the renowned brain surgeon who made national headlines with his speech at the National Prayer Breakfast, has apologized for seemingly equating gay marriage with bestiality and pedophilia. There are now calls for Carson to be disinvited as commencement speaker at the John Hopkins University graduation ceremony. Carson is director of pediatric neurosurgery [...]Show More Summary
Ken Shepherd was amazed on Thursday that Washington Post "On Faith" diva Sally Quinn took 48 days to slam Dr. Ben Carson for the alleged rudeness of his National Prayer Breakfast speech. But that's nothing. In Sunday's Post, Metro columnist...Show More Summary
Media Matters Republicans have found a new hero in Dr. Ben Carson, whose current political rise to fame is almost entirely based on a speech at the National Prayer Breakfast that really told President Obama off, according to a conservative base that bases all of their new-hero decisions on who they think might be good at telling other people off. Show More Summary
Ben Carson has had quite an interesting couple of months, hasn't he? The Republican physician became a far-right cause celebre just last month after using his National Prayer Breakfast platform to condemn the Affordable Care Act, which inexplicably led conservative news outlets …
By Richard K. Barry Ever since Dr. Ben Carson look a swipe at President Obama at the National Prayer Breakfast, Republicans have been running around touting him as a fresh new voice of conservatism. The obvious problem with elevating...Show More Summary
We talked a couple of weeks ago about Dr. Ben Carson, the new far-right cause celbre, who drew rave reviews from conservatives after using the National Prayer Breakfast as a platform to condemn the Affordable Care Act. But the more Carson talks, the more we learn about his stran …
Maybe we should take to ironically nicknaming Sally Quinn as "Scoop" for this: On March 27, in a column headlined "Does Ben Carson Have a Prayer?" the Washington Post On Faith editor attacked Dr. Ben Carson for his National Prayer Breakfast speech delivered on February 7. Show More Summary
After first not-so-subtly rebuking the policies of the current administration at the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast, then delivering a...
Dr. Benjamin Carson, who skyrocketed to conservative fame after criticizing President Obama at the National Prayer Breakfast in February, has stated that he's open to exploring a career in television after he retires from medicine. Carson...Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) I first wrote about Dr. Ben Carson here after his outstanding speech at the National Prayer Breakfast last month. Dr. Carson is a pediatric neurosurgeon who has lived a life of incredible accomplishment defying seemingly impossible odds. Show More Summary
Ben Carson and Eric Metaxas, who both gained notoriety for their speeches at a National Prayer Breakfast, appeared together Saturday and warned about a loss of religious freedom, at the Conservative Political Action Conference in National Harbor, Md.
Oxon Hill, Maryland (CNN) - Dr. Benjamin Carson, the neurosurgeon who made headlines in February for making political statements during his address at the National Prayer Breakfast, said Saturday he was leaving medicine and pursuing other opportunities, which could include politics. Show More Summary