“There are around 64 million empty apartments in China,” claims analyst Gillem Tulloch. It’s all part of the Chinese government’s efforts to keep its economy booming and there are plenty of people who would love to move in, but the properties are priced out of the market. It’s after 2pm and in the new city […]
Stories of “mole people” have always intrigued me. Years ago I went urban exploring in search of these mole people living in the tunnels under New York City. I found some of them in the Freedom Tunnel, a train tunnel that runs under the West Side highway. This tunnel is well known for its graffiti, […]
A group of neighborhoods spent months getting the city’s attention about the removal of a homeless campsite off southeast 80th and Rhine.
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President Biden called out the GOP — and its respect for the 2nd Amendment — on Tuesday, during a speech from Pennsylvania. Joe said he’s ‘determined’ to ban assault weapons, but unfortunately he expressed little actual knowledge for the guns he seemingly so vehemently hates. Glenn and Stu dissect Biden’s speech — from the ‘not […]
Aluminum shortage now and will get alot worse…Milk Shortage??
Americans are struggling to pay rent, with millions expecting to be evicted by the end of August. In fact, evictions are spiking in major cities across the U.S. Additionally, car payments — for both new and used cars — have skyrocketed to INSANE levels. And it’s not just America. Prices and electricity costs around the […]
1) High Crime 2) No Jobs and 3) Expensive. These are the 7 WORST CITIES in America. Many Americans are looking to move new a city (moving to California anyone?). Many others are looking to buy real estate investment properties. It’s important that you BE CAREFUL and do your research before doing so. The Worst […]
Boots on the Ground…July 27th….Inflation on every product you buy.
Part 3: Homelessness in California: “If we can’t be honest, we are never going to solve this problem.”
Mental illness, drug addiction and crime are another important dimension to the causes and consequences of homelessness. SIEPR’s Jialu Streeter continues her exploration of homelessness in California with experts from the front lines of policy and experience.