The conservative movement has made a mess of itself.
The party is in a state of disarray.
Its leadership has been exposed as corrupt, incompetent, and incapable of governing.
It has repeatedly lost elections, with a string of disastrous defeats, and its prospects for future success look bleak.
But conservative leaders have a chance to fix it.
They can do it by turning to a new generation of conservatives who have spent the past few years making progress.
They need to be led by an outsider who has a clear agenda and is willing to take risks.
That outsider is not Donald Trump.
That is Ben Carson.
Carson, the former neurosurgeon who once called for a ban on gay marriage, is a leader of a movement that has transformed the Republican Party from a political party of the white middle class into a party that wants to help ordinary Americans.
Carson’s vision is a vision for a party built on the principles of limited government and individual freedom, and it can help conservatives make real progress.
For years, conservatives have looked to Carson to lead their party.
It was a sign of their success that they finally nominated a candidate with Carson’s credentials.
But he failed.
He had a rocky first month in the White House.
He struggled to win the nomination.
He lost in November, and his prospects for victory look bleak today.
Carson has a path to greatness.
Here are five things you need to know about him.
Carson is not a typical conservative.
Carson was a neurosurgery surgeon when he won his first presidential nomination.
But his political views were much more conservative than they are now.
In 2016, he was one of two candidates who said they would vote for Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton.
Trump was not a favorite of conservatives and Carson has not won over many of them.
In fact, the most conservative members of his party have voted against him more often than he has.
Carson ran as a moderate Republican who was not afraid to take unpopular positions on issues.
But the mainstream media has made it clear that he is far more moderate than he pretends to be.
He supports abortion rights, opposes same-sex marriage, and supports the death penalty.
He is a staunch supporter of Israel and is a fierce supporter of religious liberty.
Carson says that the United States should not be the world’s policeman.
Carson supports abortion in the case of rape, incest, and life endangerment, but he does not support abortion in cases of rape and incest, which he has said he would like to abolish.
Carson wants to make conservatives feel good.
Carson believes that the GOP is under attack by an establishment that has a special interest in destroying the conservative movement.
The establishment is working to make the conservative cause seem more like a liberal agenda than the conservative agenda that Carson and his allies are championing.
The Republican Party is becoming more like the Democratic Party, in that it is dominated by people who do not want to work with us and by people with an interest in undermining our ability to accomplish the conservative goal of limited and personal government.
Conservatives must become the voice of those people.
Conservatives should start by helping them become our allies.
Carson talks about the need for conservatives to find common ground with the establishment.
Carson and other conservative leaders must make clear to the Democratic leadership that they are not in this for themselves.
We are fighting for the people.
Carson can fix the GOP’s culture of entitlement.
Conservatives have been talking about entitlement reform for years, but it has never been tackled by a Republican in Congress.
Carson thinks he can fix that.
He thinks it is possible to restore the Republican party to a place that it was before it became a party of money and power.
Carson argues that Republicans should work to eliminate welfare, Medicaid, and Social Security and put a cap on welfare payments.
These programs were created by the Democratic-controlled Congress in the 1970s to help people like Carson who worked hard and saved for retirement.
The welfare programs are in dire need of reform, and conservatives must work to end them.
The entitlement programs are also in a mess.
For decades, Republicans have been the ones pushing for increased spending on these programs.
The programs are needed to pay for social programs like food stamps, health care, and child care.
Conservatives need to stop this entitlement spending and demand that the programs be cut.
Carson opposes entitlement spending, saying that if we cut it, we would be making the welfare program more expensive.
But conservatives should also be willing to cut entitlement spending.
Conservatives could reduce spending on welfare and Social Access and eliminate the federal role in Medicare and Medicaid.
We should also end the federal involvement in Medicaid and make it an entitlement program, which will be more affordable for Americans.
Carson doesn’t believe in universal health care.
Carson did not like the idea of universal health insurance for the elderly and people with disabilities.
Carson also believes that we should not have a universal entitlement program for the poor and sick.
This is not how conservatives think about social issues.
Conservatives are willing to