Preview of America w/ Democrats in Charge: “San Francisco, Hostage to the Homeless”
For the last three decades, San Francisco has conducted a real-life experiment in what happens when a society stops enforcing bourgeois norms of behavior—in the name of compassion toward the homeless. The results have been the opposite. New from
“The viability of cities should not be held hostage to solving social breakdown.” My latest on San Francisco’s homeless crisis.
"Tolerating street vagrancy is a choice that cities make; for the public good, in San Francisco and elsewhere, that choice should be unmade." I'll be interviewing Heather McDonald later today on her riveting article on San Francisco's homeless problem
For the last three decades, San Francisco has conducted a real-life experiment in what happens when a society stops enforcing bourgeois norms of behavior—in the name of compassion toward the homeless. The results have been the opposite. via
For the last three decades, San Francisco has conducted a real-life experiment in what happens when a society stops enforcing bourgeois norms of behavior—in the name of compassion toward the homeless. The results have been the opposite. via
Hm, making a street purchase of fentanyl and then attempting to test it by having an addicted person bite and taste it doesn't seem smart. But, perhaps I should learn more about this publication and what is it all abou... Oh.
"I made repeated inquiries along Hyde Street about the going rate for a dose of fentanyl, the city’s up-and-coming drug of choice. To get a quote, I would have to show the money, I was told. I offered $8, not wanting to overpay..."
San Francisco, Hostage to the Homeless
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