Everyone, including the homeless, wants to live in California.
"The lowest homeless counts per capita come in Mississippi (81 per 100,000), Indiana (94) and Kansas (94)."
Which is because in Mississippi, Indiana, and Kansas, a cardboard box counts as a home.
they don't care about them they only care about their vote.. and then they screw them over.. like in Detroit or Baltimore
re-direct your question to the Democratic National Committee, which will be sponsoring candidates for the House and Senate in 2018 ALL OF WHICH voted against Trump's recent TAX CUT.
There are homeless everywhere. Open your eyes.
It is warm there and the economy is so great, that the housing market never kept up.
That is it. If you're already homeless, California is better than Buffalo.
Because the so called 'rehab centers' that dot our coastline donate heavily to campaign coffers. So their underhanded tactics of luring people from other states only to dump them in the streets when their insurance runs out isn't prosecuted. The homelessness problem in L.A. County isn't because of housing prices, isn't because we don't pay enough in taxes... It's because there's a wholesale industry involved with bringing as many addicted persons as possible into the state. Local religious groups are now offering these people bus tickets home and a lot of them are taking the deal.
Because Republicans won't allow enough foreign workers into the country.
Most companies can't hire only Americans. To be able to hire Americans, they need to be able to hire foreigners as well. Keeping foreign workers out of the U.S. forces companies to close down or move to a country where they can hire the foreigners that they need. Either way, Americans lose their jobs. To get jobs in the U.S., we also need to have foreign workers in the U.S.
They are not you are lying and participating in media warfare aimed at inflaming fear and prejudice within our society. Comrade.
Democrats know they need discontent and anger, in order to provoke anarchy. They want a Marxist revolution. "Repent ye: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand" (Matthew 3:2, KJV). Even so, come, Lord Jesus!