This town's homeless crisis has been averted for a few months by way of long suffering American fiat currency that's seemingly worth less every day amid the ongoing threat of inflation.
Essential deets of today's rough cowtown compromise with homeless activists getting free lodging . . .
The city will pay for hotel rooms with funds it received from the federal government.
The mayor introduced two other ordinances Thursday to help the homeless. One asks for a comprehensive study of what prevents them from getting jobs. The second asks the land back to refurbish 112 properties for people who make less than 30% of the median income.
Again, we don't notice any compensation to local small biz that suffered an even worse decline in biz thanks to this prolonged demonstration.
More to the point . . .
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A FEW MONTHS OF FREE HOTEL ROOMS DON'T SOLVE THE KANSAS CITY HOMELESS CRISIS AND THE VIOLENT PROTEST CAMPS RETURN?!?
At some point, even free money printed at a whim will eventually run out.
Many of our readers contend . . .
By compromising with activists breaking local rules and conducting protests that often turn violent, the mayor has set a dangerous precedent and only invites more organizers to follow this path in order to achieve controversial goals without voter consent.
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