At Worldview Times, Brannon Howse is railing against Obama's secret plan to advance socialism in the United States.
Meanwhile, over at Worldview Times, Stephen Kovaka gives us examples of economic "sin":
At the same time, ownership of the major sources of real wealth (land, buildings, farms, mines, factories) is being progressively concentrated in the hands of a tiny minority, a one-in-a-million Superclass.
I think I heard about this, maybe from some guy named Marx ....
It is God's opinion that economic health requires two things above all: debt must be liquidated regularly, and the snowballing accumulation of wealth by the few must be limited. When these two tendencies are unchecked, they eventually destroy the society in which they grow.
At which point, Kovaka* recommends the system advanced in Deuteronomy, where all debts are simply canceled - by law - every seven years. Apparently, nothing he's read recently would suggest that uncollectable debts pose problems for an economy.
So "No" to socialism, but we'll have the government cancel contracts at regular intervals and intervene to prevent the accumulation of wealth. Got it.
* In fairness to Kovaka, he's not advocating communism -- communal ownership of all resources. He just wants to ensure that ownership is widely distributed. He probably wouldn't say the government ought to cause this, but I don't know how else you would do it.