Tag: Ben Carson
Real GOP debate: Focus on issues unimpeded by moderator excess
by Maryland Reporter | November 10, 2015 | Commentary | 0 |
What a difference a new debate panel of questioners makes, writes Rick Vatz. Tuesday night’s debate was everything the now infamous CNBC was not: it was well moderated; it comprised critical issues; and there were not the conflicting dramas of tension among the candidates and tension with the moderators. And repeatedly, clear policy recommendations and clashes were articulately, if not eloquently, argued.Read More
Rascovar commentary on Ben Carson’s split personality
by Len Lazarick | October 13, 2013 | News | 12 |
As a pediatric neurosurgeon, Ben Carson was spectacular. As a philanthropist, he and his wife are exemplary leaders in awarding scholarships to deserving youths who strive to be the best, regardless of economic or societal circumstances. But as a novice political commentator, Ben Carson is displaying a less admirable side.Read More
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