Category: Goverment

Oct 25

The US Presidential Election is a Dumpster Fire

Roger Oliver for Visión America Latina “This year’s presidential election is a Dumpster fire,” says WSJ journalist, Gerald F. Seib. Well said. Today the same author said the problem with this year’s election is the lack of a mandate for the winners. He pointed out that, according to the numbers crunches at the Tax Foundation, …

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Ago 13

A quote from “Conspiracy in Philadelphia” by Gary North

From the wall of Roger Oliver Concerning the recently revealed horror of selling aborted baby parts and the Supreme Court decision concerning same-sex marriage, an interesting quote from Conspiracy in Philadelphia by Gary North, p. 96 “Ever since the early 1940s, the Supreme Court has been unwilling to protect private property from all kinds of …

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May 30

Thoughts and notes of Institutes of Biblical Law

“Many of the goals sought by modern liberals are a part of the Mosaic law, but with a significant difference. Biblical law required the just treatment of the laborer; it forbad fraud in foods, measures, money, and drugs. It required soil conservation, and much else, but not by administrative agencies. The criminal law forbad murder …

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May 18

Justice and Wealth in Mexico

An aerial photo essay someone posted on Facebook portrays the juxtaposition of wealth and poverty in Mexico. The title of the essay is, These Shocking Unaltered Aerial Photos Reveal the Unjust Division of Wealth in Mexico. You can see it here, Division of Wealth in Mexico. The photos are real and the problem is real …

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Mar 25

Rushdoony on Government

By: Roger Oliver 3/24/2014 Random quotes from Rushdoony, Systematic Theology Vol II, the church. Pertinent passages strung together that I posted in Spanish in an article on vision-mexico.com and on Facebook to provoke thoughtful questioning of the new educational reform in Visión México. Expands on another Rushdoony quote, “We must abandon the renewed paganism of statism. …

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