If the U.S. economy is really doing so well, then why is homelessness rising so rapidly? As the gap between the rich and the poor continues to increase, the middle class is steadily eroding. In fact, I recently gave my readers 15 signs that the middle class in America is being systematically destroyed.
More Americans are falling out of the middle class and into poverty with each passing day, and this is one of the big reasons why the number of homeless is surging. For example, the number of people living on the street in L.A. has shot up 75 percent over the last 6 years. But of course L.A. is far from alone.
Other major cities on the West Coast are facing similar problems, and that includes Seattle. It turns out that the Emerald City has seen a 46 percent rise in the number of people sleeping in their vehicles in just the past year…
via Activist Post The Number Of Americans Living In Their Vehicles “Explodes” As The Middle Class Continues To Disappear
In the Libertarian Vulture Capitalist USA, it is all about what is good for ME, but not for anyone else, and definitely not what is good for the environment or animals.
The price of this insane, short sighted, selfish, greedy way of running things is now bearing dark fruit in all directions..
Anything that is not sustainable is TERMINAL, by definition.
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Why is homelessness exploding in so-called US booming economy?
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