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The Numbers Tell Their Own Story

The number of homeless people living without any kind of shelter has almost tripled since 2014, while the number of those living in some sort of shelter has dropped by 1,500. These numbers have increased over 22% just since 2018


# of Phoenix Homeless 2020


average unsheltered every night


in Temporary Shelter


Homeless in USA

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PIT – Point in Time 2020

Last year at this time I could only go off of the 2019 numbers of houseless people counted in the nations one night of counting of an invisible population. This year I was hoping to have 2021 numbers as the PIT is done on a night in January. However, the Arizona Point in Time count has been cancelled. So, please excuse the year long delay in getting you the 2020 homeless population census for Maricopa County, Arizona, it is the most up to date data.

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Why We Ask For a $2 Donation

Instead of Selling??

Suggested Donations even for Digital Version? What’s that about?

Did you know that no one can sell any product on the streets of Phoenix without a Street Vendors permit that has High Barriers like a $150 fee per individual, restricted locations, background check – $150 fee and limited times? 

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Too Many Citizens Forbidden From Voting

Prohibiting Felons from voting forever??

Many States Are Changing Their Laws

There’s a story today that places Arizona in 2nd to last place in the voter rights category.  When you are convicted of a crime at the Felony level, you loose your right to vote but even after you serve your sentence, complete your parole or probation, and return to society, your voting rights are still imprisoned….sometimes, and most times in Arizona, forever.  Check out this op-ed piece in todays AZ Central News. 

The reasons voting rights are taken away are so ridiculous you would think Trump was responsible but he wasn’t.  According to the piece in today: 

In a 2018 National Review article, two conservative scholars highlight the main critiques, saying felons lack “standards of responsibility and commitment,” and that many leave prison “unimproved.” Moreover, they insist that only law-abiding citizens should make our laws.  I say who better to make our laws than those who have experienced our laws in such a personal way?

This argument will go on for millennia or as long as we have crimes, law and prisons.  Many Republicans believe that ex-felons will vote Democratic so they are adverse to any increase in their voting numbers. This is not necessarily true and even less so proven because there are so few felons that have had their rights restored.  It is my belief that voting is a responsibility and should not be taken lightly.  All citizens who are governed by our laws, and constitution should be included in the choosing of the individuals that carry out that governance. 

What are your thoughts on the subject?  Are you undecided, if so why?  What are your reasons for your beliefs?  Are you willing to get involved?


Is AZ Out of Control?

The state of Arizona has been unable to contain the CoronaVirus and I have an idea of why.

Opinion Post On Claim that CoronaVirus is a Hoax

The majority of new cases are young people which does indicate that there has been a shift in the mindset of the younger population because it means that more young people are getting tested.

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What Are People Saying?

There is lots of talk on the streets!