Garvin Oliver

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MRC Latino intern


Garvin Oliver was born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He is currently a student at the University of Dallas, where he majors in Psychology and is a recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship. Garvin is also a former White House intern in the Office of Presidential Correspondence. 

Latest from Garvin Oliver

Los medios liberales han llegado al punto que politizan hasta el juego inocente de un niño.



Now even innocent children’s play is politicized by the liberal media. Univision, the Spanish-language media giant that aspires to be a leader of the liberal media pack, illustrated the problem when it ginned up the “outrage” over little Prince George playing with a water pistol during a family outing to watch one of his Dad’s polo matches.



Las imposiciones de lo políticamente correcto y la supresión de la libertad de expresión sufrieron una derrota a manos de un estudiante de Liberty High School, en el estado de Oregón, y hasta Telemundo tomó nota.



Un conocido restaurante de Las Vegas, Jamms Breakfast and Lunch Diner, se ha convertido en el blanco de la ira de Telemundo, debido a una nueva regla laboral que prohíbe a sus empleados hablar en español frente a clientes que no hablan el idioma.



Un conocido restaurante de Las Vegas, Jamms Breakfast and Lunch Diner, se ha convertido en el blanco de la ira de Telemundo, debido a una nueva regla laboral que prohíbe a sus empleados hablar en español frente a clientes que no hablan el idioma.



A well-known Las Vegas restaurant, Jamms Breakfast and Lunch Diner, is getting lambasted by Telemundo for a new work rule that simply prohibits its employees from speaking Spanish in front of customers who don’t speak Spanish.



Los medios liberales continúan celebrando los alegados comentarios que hiciera el papa Francisco a un chileno abusado por un sacerdote homosexual.



The forces of political correctness and suppression of free speech have been dealt a defeat at the hands of Liberty High School senior Addison Barnes, and even Telemundo took note.



The liberal media continue to have a field day with Pope Francis’s unconfirmed remarks to a Chilean victim of priestly sexual abuse. Following a visit with Pope Francis, Juan Carlos Cruz, a former Catholic seminarian and current Episcopalian who was abused in the 1980s, beginning at age 17, by a homosexual priest in Chile, revealed that the Pope told him “that you are gay does not matter. God made you like that and he loves you like that and it doesn't matter to me.