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How Bad Is It? California Homelessness Worsens And Governor Newsom Looks To Shut Down Oakland Encampment

We each have a right to freedom of speech, to bear arms, and privacy from government intrusion. We each have the right to purchase land and to build a house that complies with building ordinances. But we don’t have the right to compel others – the taxpayers – to provide land and/or shelter to us. That land on Wood Street belongs to the people of California, not to any individual. And the fact that the situation has deteriorated to the point that even the far-left Newsom is calling for it to be shut down illustrates how problematic the camp has become

Let Us Join Together In Song To Keep Governor Newsom In Office

Gavin Newsom has been an across-the-board disaster for California. Disgusted residents in the state are attempting to remove him from office through a recall election. Newsom has made such a mess of California’s public education system that a former Democratic majority leader in the state senate has just released a blockbuster endorsement of his No. 1 opponent, conservative talk radio host, Larry Elder.

Democrats and Their Phony Compassion for the Homeless

In other words, homelessness continues to be on the decline in the U.S., if we exclude California. To their credit, the Chronicle looks inward in assigning the blame, stating, “The dire statistics underscore the extent to which state and local policies drive” the failure. The state and local policies they refer to are in the bluest of blue states, and the cities impacted are almost exclusively run by Democrats.