Posts in this category are aimed at turning around a nation of haves/have-nots to a more successful and productive national model…
A couple of years ago a package was delivered by Federal Express to my house. I opened it before checking the address and discovering it had been dropped at my house by mistake. I finally got tired of asking a non-responsive FE office to re-deliver the box, so I delivered the package myself. The recipient, an uneducated common street thug, attempted to ‘deck’ me for delivering an opened box. That’s when I realized the disparity and the need for education and support of ‘ALL.’ I expanded my Healing Earth group meditations to include EVERYONE in its attempts to raise individuals’ spiritual awareness around the globe.
From a sociological standpoint, it appears that similar realizations have been occurring in other unrelated social disciplines. The subcategories addressed herein include some success stories resulting from outside-the-box thinking in housing and education. Militaristic hard-liners might disagree, but the common benefits promised by providing basic needs in housing and education seem to point to successful solutions to these problems. How many other ‘problem situations’ might be resolved by a similar approach?
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Housing for the Indigent:
Tiny Houses for the Homeless: An Affordable Solution Catches On —View on the original site with this link or read our repost of the article below
“In Denver, Colo., a housing program for the homeless reduced the costs of public services (including medical services, temporary shelter, and costs associated with arrests and incarceration) by an estimated $15,773 per person per year, saving taxpayers thousands of dollars.”
They’ve Been Doing This Massive, Anti-Democratic Model of Education Reform—View on the original site with this link or read our repost of the article below
Likewise, limited thinking is driving ‘reform’ when concepts similar to ‘Tiny Houses for the Homeless’ appear to be what’s needed.
What about Bernie Sanders single-payer solution??? Rather than insist on “American superiority” WHY NOT copy a successful European model? In his 2007 movie, “Sicko,” Michael Moore set out to investigate the American healthcare system and found it inadequate compared to many other countries…a story that has not changed since then.
This article is compiled from three sources, each corroborating the others, a rare triple verification of this extremely unfortunate situation.read more
Anti-Democratic Model of Education Reform: Limited thinking is driving ‘reform’ when concepts similar to ‘Tiny Houses for the Homeless’ appear to be what’s needed.read more
In Denver, CO, a housing program for the homeless reduced the costs of public services (including medical services, temporary shelter, and costs associated with arrests and incarceration) by an estimated $15,773 per person per year, saving taxpayers thousands of dollars.read more