This Presidential election season is one of the craziest, most unpredictable elections in American history. The proposed new policies that are rooted in fear, and the schoolyard insults on just about everyone, have upended every so called expert’s predictions in presidential politics.
But, like every other election season, there is one simple constant: presidential candidates hardly ever discuss the issue of homelessness in America. There are never town forums, public debates, or large rallies on why there is homelessness in our country, and how we, with the largest economy in the world, can invest in a housing infrastructure that would prevent Americans from living on our streets.
Unlike the topics of foreign policy, or the economy, or education, homelessness is just not a priority among presidential candidates. Here are five reasons why: Read More »