Well as we know the middle class in the United States has become the middling class. The middling class is NOW closer to homelessness &/or poverty than.....EVER! YOUR thoughts?
The only reason the "middling" class - the most able and constructive class of all - is closer to homelessness is because it has gathered in huge enclaves, depending on government to provide that home for them rather than build/earn it themselves. Should the class, or individuals of the class, decide to assert their independence from government charity and control, and take control of their lives, they will not be homeless.
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
The homeless situation needs to be resolved. With the escalating socioeconomic and unemployment crises, foreclosures in housing, rising/prohibitive rents, and lack of affordable housing, the homeless...
by Thomas Byers4 years ago
What do you think about Mitt Romney being the first president in U.S. History to have millions stashed in offshore Tax Havens. You know I saw this tonight and it really bothers me that we keep letting people like this...
by Kathryn L Hill15 months ago
What is the cause?What are the causes?Wondering.https://www.google.com/search?client=sa … gws_rd=sslP.S. Trolls welcome as comic relief.
by Leta S7 years ago
I've been in San Francisco this weekend, where the homeless population is pretty high compared to that of other cities. I've noticed that the situation is not as bad as it has been the previous times I've been...
by Grace Marguerite Williams8 months ago
According to yesterday's Yahoo News, there will be a proposal by Los Angeles County to institute a millionaire tax in order to find homes & more services for the homeless. Los Angeles County supervisors want...
by Kylyssa Shay13 months ago
Have you ever written on a topic you had no idea was controversial only to look at your comment notifications one day to discover a storm of angry, possibly foul comments? Or have you written about something you...
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