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San Francisco and Los Angeles

Conditions On The Streets Of San Francisco Are Comparable To “The Slums Of Mumbai, Delhi, Mexico City, Jarkarta, And Manila”

By Michael Snyder, from The Coming Economic Collapse, June 24, 2019

Once upon a time, some of the most beautiful cities in the entire world were on the west coast, but now those same cities are degenerating into drug-infested cesspools of filth and garbage right in front of our eyes.  San Francisco is known as the epicenter for our tech industry, and Los Angeles produces more entertainment than anyone else in the world, and yet both cities are making headlines all over the world for other reasons these days.  Right now, nearly a quarter of the nation’s homeless population lives in the state of California, and more are arriving with each passing day.  When you walk the streets of San Francisco or Los Angeles, Continue reading San Francisco and Los Angeles

Marijuana is Not Winning Across the Country

Marijuana is no longer winning in the states, or in the courts around the nation.  Although Responsible Ohio has turned in enough signatures to put legalization on the ballot in November, 2015,  Governor John Kasich has come out strongly against this marijuana-industry plan towards legalization.   In fact, he state, “I’m totally opposed to it because it is the scourge of the country.” Continue reading Marijuana is Not Winning Across the Country

Lax Drug Policy Cause of Francisco Shooting

 Sanchez had 4 Drug Convictions

Francisco Sanchez, who randomly shot and killed 32-year-old Kate Steinle in San Francisco last week, was a 7-time convicted felon. Four of those convictions were for drug charges. His drug crime of selling pot should have kept him in jail. Continue reading Lax Drug Policy Cause of Francisco Shooting