California Plans Forced Internment and Asset Seizure to Solve Homeless Crisis

California’s growing homeless crisis has made headlines over the past year. Diseases are rampant and state and local governments have failed to do anything to solve the problem. A new state law would allow the state to forcefully “conserve” people … Continue reading California Plans Forced Internment and Asset Seizure to Solve Homeless Crisis

Middle Class Erosion: 33 Million Americans Will Not Travel During The Holidays Because They Can’t Afford To Do So

We have repeatedly been told that the U.S. economy is “booming”, but meanwhile the middle class in the United States continues to be hollowed out. The financial bubbles that the Federal Reserve has created have been a great blessing for … Continue reading Middle Class Erosion: 33 Million Americans Will Not Travel During The Holidays Because They Can’t Afford To Do So

Homelessness Continues To Set New Records In Major Cities All Over The Nation

If the economy is doing just fine, then why is homelessness at levels not seen “since the Great Depression” in major cities all over the country?  If the U.S. economy was actually in good shape, we would expect that the number of people that are homeless would be going down or at least stabilizing.  Instead, we have a growing national crisis on our hands.  In fact, within the past two years “at least 10 cities or municipal regions in California, Oregon and Washington” have declared a state of emergency because the number of homeless is growing so rapidly. Things are particularly bad … Continue reading Homelessness Continues To Set New Records In Major Cities All Over The Nation

It Is Becoming Illegal To Be Homeless In America As Houston, Dallas And Dozens Of Other Cities Pass Draconian Laws

Should we make homelessness against the law and simply throw all homeless people into prison so that we don’t have to deal with them?  Incredibly, this is actually starting to happen in dozens of major cities all across the United States.  It may be difficult to believe, but in many large urban areas today, if you are found guilty of “public camping” you can be taken directly to jail.  In some cities, activities such as “blocking a walkway” or creating any sort of “temporary structure for human habitation” are also considered to be serious crimes.  And there are some communities … Continue reading It Is Becoming Illegal To Be Homeless In America As Houston, Dallas And Dozens Of Other Cities Pass Draconian Laws

The New Leftist ‘Compassion:’ Cities Across America Criminalizing Anyone Feeding the Homeless

Left-wing Democrats claim to have cornered the market on compassion, regularly accusing conservatives and Republicans of being mean-spirited, lacking in compassion and selfish. The reality is just the opposite, however: It is liberals who are devoid of true compassion. They only … Continue reading The New Leftist ‘Compassion:’ Cities Across America Criminalizing Anyone Feeding the Homeless

War On The Homeless: Cities All Over America Are Passing Laws Making It Illegal To Feed And Shelter Those In Need

If you want to be a “Good Samaritan” to the homeless in your community, you might want to check and see if it is legal first.  All over the country, cities are passing laws that make it illegal to feed … Continue reading War On The Homeless: Cities All Over America Are Passing Laws Making It Illegal To Feed And Shelter Those In Need

‘Illegal Humanity’ Armed Don’t Comply Activists Break The Law To Feed Homeless In Dallas

DontComply.com made an announcement on December 8, 2015 and by the 20th their second annual “Feed The Need” event began, where members were asked to “warm the backs and the bellies of the homeless in Dallas.” Dallas is still hiding behind their city ordinance to only allow people that jump through their silly hoops to feed the homeless. We will not reduce ourselves to asking permission to show compassion. We will be feeding the homeless and handing out coats and winter clothing. Activists are encouraged to gather up or purchase winter clothes to include blankets, hygiene items, winter weight socks, beanies, … Continue reading ‘Illegal Humanity’ Armed Don’t Comply Activists Break The Law To Feed Homeless In Dallas

Albuquerque Cops Who Gunned Down Homeless Camper Face Murder Charges

DA’s office bypasses grand jury in filing charges A New Mexico District Attorney’s office has filed murder charges against the Albuquerque police officers who gunned down a non-violent camper last year. On Monday, Bernalillo County District Attorney Kari Brandenburg’s office announced it filed criminal informations “in the Second Judicial Court in connection with the fatal shooting of James Boyd. The informations contain a single count of open murder against both Albuquerque Police Officers Keith Sandy and Dominique Perez.” The DA’s office performed a rare but legal move in bypassing a grand jury in order to file the informations, which reportedly mark the … Continue reading Albuquerque Cops Who Gunned Down Homeless Camper Face Murder Charges

‘STUNNED!’ HOMELESS MAN GIVEN $100, TAKES SURPRISE ACTION

Did you ever wonder what homeless people do with the money they’re given? While some may squander it on alcohol or cigarettes, others may do something beneficial, at least according to a video posted on YouTube. The possible case in point comes from California, where YouTube star Josh Paler Lin, who is known for his viral video pranks, recorded an experiment to see what a homeless man would do after being given $100. After giving the man, whose name is Thomas, the cash, Lin secretly followed him to the Euclid Liquor Market. A few moments later, Thomas emerged with his … Continue reading ‘STUNNED!’ HOMELESS MAN GIVEN $100, TAKES SURPRISE ACTION

No Room for Vets in the Inn

Homeless American veterans shiver in the bitter cold while illegal immigrants receive subsidized four-year degrees. At midnight, in Bethlehem, in piercing cold, Christ was born in a stable after his parents were turned away by every innkeeper. Joseph and Mary did not respond with entitlement: “If you don’t shelter us, then you’re racist.” Rather, they used their ingenuity to find an alternative birthplace for their son among friends—farm animals, shepherds, kings, and angels—beneath the light of an extraordinary star. “And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him up in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger; because there was … Continue reading No Room for Vets in the Inn

Homelessness and Poverty Continue to Skyrocket in America

Haven’t you heard the good news? The economy is finally recovering. The Dollar is up, and unemployment is down. Millennials are finally making enough money to move out of their parent’s basement, and the stock market continues to reach record highs. And best of all, our homeless rates are off the charts. We’re in the money baby! “Whoa, hold on there” You might be saying to yourself  “What was that last detail? Yes, the one about the homeless.” Homelessness in Washington, D.C. has increased by 12.9 percent in the past year. In Memphis, Tennessee, nearly half the demand for emergency … Continue reading Homelessness and Poverty Continue to Skyrocket in America

90-Year-Old WW2 Vet Charged For Feeding Homeless Again

Local 10 Screenshot Mayor says homeless should be forced to have “interaction with government”. A 90-year-old World War 2 veteran has been apprehended and charged by police in Fort Lauderdale yet again after defying a new law that criminalizes feeding the homeless. video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player After his initial citation on Sunday for violating a recently passed city ordinance that prohibits the sharing of food, Arnold Abbott, founder of Love Thy Neighbor, garnered international media attention as his story went viral, but that didn’t stop police from interrupting another event last night on Fort Lauderdale Beach during which Abbott dished out free … Continue reading 90-Year-Old WW2 Vet Charged For Feeding Homeless Again

Under Threat of Arrest, 90-Year-Old Vows to Defy Law Against Feeding Homeless

A World War 2 veteran is vowing to engage in civil disobedience by defying a new law that bans feeding homeless people in Fort Lauderdale despite police threatening to arrest 90-year-old Arnold Abbott. As we highlighted yesterday, Abbott was apprehended by cops while dishing out food to homeless people in Stranahan Park this past weekend before being slapped with a summons. Along with two Reverends and another volunteer, Abbott faces 60 days in jail for defying a newly passed city ordinance which criminalizes the sharing of food. One of the officers who apprehended Abbott barked at the 90-year-old, “drop that plate, … Continue reading Under Threat of Arrest, 90-Year-Old Vows to Defy Law Against Feeding Homeless

VIDEO: POLICE CITE, THREATEN ARREST OF 90-YEAR-OLD VOLUNTEER FOR FEEDING THE HOMELESS

Police in Fort Lauderdale, Florida cited and threatened to arrest a 90-year-old man along with other volunteers for violating a new law that makes the sharing of food a criminal offense. Video footage shows uniformed officers apprehending Arnold Abbott, who heads the group Love Thy Neighbor, as he and other volunteers handed out food to the homeless in Stranahan Park on Sunday. “Drop that plate right now,” barks the cop before he leads Abbott away, where he is subsequently issued with a summons for a court date. Abbott, along with Rev. Canon Mark Sims of St. Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church … Continue reading VIDEO: POLICE CITE, THREATEN ARREST OF 90-YEAR-OLD VOLUNTEER FOR FEEDING THE HOMELESS

Don’t Let Them Eat Cake: More U.S. Cities Are Banning Feeding the Homeless

Reading through the latest report from the National Coalition for the Homeless might spark one of those moments when you wonder, what would Marie Antoinette say? French peasants who had no bread to eat were so enraged by rumors that their queen uttered the phrase “Let them eat cake” that she ended up decapitated. Well, the coalition’s modern-day researchers found that since January 2013, 21 cities have restricted or flat-out banned feeding the homeless at all—and 10 municipalities have similar ordinances in the works. At the heart of the bans and restrictions, write the authors, is the misguided belief that … Continue reading Don’t Let Them Eat Cake: More U.S. Cities Are Banning Feeding the Homeless