Well, I can’t really tell what Ben Carson said, because the Associated Press seems to hire its “writers” from the reject pile at Thomas Coolely School of Law. But… the AP reports:
Carson said Sunday “we need to discuss” the court’s long-held power to review laws passed by Congress. That authority was established in the 1803 landmark case Marbury v. Madison. (source)
Yeah, I mean, fuck having three branches of government.
Of course, given the statist slant from the current court, its not as if it has been too much of a check on anything, but lets at least keep up the façade, please?