California: Richard Bailey, the Republican Mayor of Coronado, a small town with a population of 20,576 people, has reinforced a no-encampment policy in his city, which now reports the lowest homeless population in the state.
• http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com by Michael Snyd
If you live in a major urban area, you may have noticed that "tent cities" are starting to pop up all around you. The worst inflation crisis in decades has combined with the worst drug crisis that we have ever seen to create an unprecedented hom
• https://www.theorganicprepper.com by Fabian Ommar
I've discussed the role of the economy in SHTFs on T.O.P. innumerable times, even examining parallels between historical and contemporary occurrences. One of the subjects addressed in said article was homelessness, both during the Great Depression
The collapse is now accelerating by the day. Earlier this week, we learned that one in six US households is behind on paying their electric bills (and electricity isn't even expensive in the states compared to all of Western Europe, where people in
Homeless people comprise about 2.2% of the city's total population of about 860,000, and roughly $57,000 is spent on each homeless person annually. The facilities provided to homeless people are enormously inflated and the cost is passed to taxpaye
Are you wondering why so many people are defecting from places like California in favor of tax havens like Florida? Look no further for your answer, which likely lies in how states are spending their tax money.
• https://threadreaderapp.com, Michael Shellenberger
People say high rent causes homelessness but Ben, who has been homeless in San Francisco for 7 years, says the "vast majority" are homeless due to addiction. Just 6-7% are from SF. Ben says he "boosts" (shoplifts) and breaks into cars to pay for