From: A Reader In A White Neighborhood [Email him]
The Washington Examiner article below seems to suggest that Ben Carson might put the kibosh on Obama's Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing scheme.
But Carson has made his feelings clear on one politically sensitive topic, the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule finalized by Obama HUD Secretary Julian Castro. …Stopping this is something that must be done, as Paul Kersey has argued. See Paul Kersey’s Open Letter To Donald Trump: Defend Freedom Of Association (And Property Values) Against Obama’s Racial Socialism
In a 2015 Washington Times op-ed, however, Carson described the rule as an example of "government-engineered attempts to legislate racial equality" bound to fail and compared it to unsuccessful busing efforts in the 1970s and 1980s.
Carson at HUD spells trouble for Obama's diversity rule, By Joseph Lawler, November 25, 2016
(I don't know if this counts as a "Today's letter" but I would like to see something on this at VDARE.com.)
James Fulford writes: We've had some skeptical thoughts about Dr. Carson, and we've always been skeptical about HUD, and the apparent rule that it could only be headed by a minority. But Carson, if he's willing to stand against AFFH, might be better than a white HUD head, on the "Only Nixon could go to China" principle.