For all the advantages California is endowed, it manages to have the highest poverty rate in the nation. The Golden State is a man-made disaster that’s only getting worse. More
Gateway Pundit; In its never ending wisdom and good stewardship of the public purse, Portland has decided to spend $29 Million dollars on a 60-unit luxury condo building in the heart of the city’s upscale Pearl District. That comes to $483,333 per unit. For a [Read More]
Hey, since they want to teach young kids about proper oral sex techniques, why don’t they call it a progressive school and kill 2 birds with one stone. Housing and education! NYDN- The city placed homeless families in a hot-sheet hotel in the Bronx — [Read More]
No, that’s not a shelter for some temporary sales event or someone’s wedding. It’s a tent to shelter San Diego’s homeless and provide services to them while they are guest of the city. The goal is to give the homeless safer living conditions and prevent the further spread of [Read More]
MNW: The City of Seattle announced Thursday that it will open three new city-approved homeless encampments that will host up to 210 people. “Today’s announcement recognizes our need to provide safe alternatives to the people living unsheltered on our streets as we work to implement [Read More]
MyNorthwest: A small city across Puget Sound is taking an approach opposite of Seattle’s to combat homeless camping. The Poulsbo City Council recently passed an ordinance that essentially states people can’t camp on public property. If people are found camping, asked to move, and refuse [Read More]
DENVER (CBS4) – A young couple in Denver’s West City Park neighborhood have put their home up for sale saying problems with Denver’s homeless population are driving them out of the city. “It makes us extremely uncomfortable and we don’t want to live here any [Read More]
“Nice things do happen,” the man said after police replaced his stolen chair. -NBC: Police Sgt. Donnie Webb was patrolling an intersection in Westminster on Tuesday when he saw a man lying on a sidewalk with clothes strewn around him. Concerned about his safety, the officer [Read More]
Homelessness up 20%
Claiming an 8th amendment right to sleep in public, because banning camping out in public space is “cruel and unusual punishment”, the Department of Justice has submitted a “Letter of Interest” in a case brought against Boise, Idaho for their sit/lie ordinance.
The Mayor of Madison, Paul Soglin, has been trying different options to discourage the homeless from making downtown their permanent squatters camp. Now he’s taking the “stones” from the Philosopher’s Grove.