Some homeless people are disqualified to get a job because they not go to school. Which makes it harder for them to read a newspaper, get a driver’s license or even to fill out a job application. The lack of education is causing more and more people to become homeless every day. Not having an education can put many people out in the streets. Instead of ignoring the fact that homeless people are struggling, someone should help the need instead of helping the people who do not need the
Homeless veterans and how they live on the streets and how they got homeless. Also how our government is trying to get rid of so many homeless Veterans. Society needs to invest in homeless veterans problem. Homelessness “Is not having a place to live.” When you are homeless you do not have any money and most likely you don 't have a lot of food which you probably already know that. The Veterans are the ones most affected by being homeless.Veterans deserve and should have the fist right over government benefits before illegal aliens.
Secondly, many people cannot afford prescription drugs, recreational marijuana can be used for various ailments and its health benefits exceed expectation. To add, recreational marijuana is taxable! Therefore, it is money that can be put into our communities. Recreational marijuana as intimidating as some may think, can actually benefit our community in many ways. To begin, many believe legalizing marijuana would cause crime to increase, on the contrary legalizing it will lead to a decrease of crime.
The Brave New Worlders are all addicts and thrive off of these so called soma holidays, but why? The point of this addition is to demonstrate how drugs control contemporary society. Despite being relatively well off everyone looks for a chance to escape into their own personal world and the higher ups provide the technology needed for this escapism. “The remedy was to make the holiday continues. Greedily she clamoured for ever larger, ever more frequent doses.
The anonymous nature of the cities and the teeming masses of inhabitants provided opportunities for thieves and pickpockets. The consumption of alcohol increased as people tried to escape from the boredom and drudgery of their daily lives. There was no way out of the poverty trap. Children were forced to work just enable poor families to survive. The prevalence of child labor meant that the poor could not receive an education to enable them to get better, skilled jobs.
Proponents of marijuana argue that there are numerous medical benefits and that the drug is not more harmful than tobacco or alcohol. On the other hand, opponents argue that marijuana is too dangerous; its legalization would increase the chances of the drug falling into the hands of teens and that marijuana use often progresses to the use of more dangerous drugs like heroin and cocaine. In the past decade, a number of movements to legalize the use of marijuana has been gaining momentum. According to the 2016 Gallup survey, a record high 60% of Americans say that marijuana should be legalized and this figure marks a 9% increase compared to 2014. Support for legalizing marijuana was 31% in 2000, 50% in 2016 before reaching 60% last year.
An article from The Guardian news source, discusses how the homeless population in America is extremely overlooked in many ways by the public. The piece opens up by discussing a scenario where people are walking past and ignoring homeless people on the side of the street. This demonstration
Firstly, when a person suffers from memory loss, job loss is usually inevitable. This often leads to bankruptcy, which may result in a person being kicked out of his/her apartment due to failure to pay rent and bills. Secondly, the person becomes poor and he/she can no longer fund vital daily expenses, which in turn makes survival a bit tough. It is therefore, ethical for the community to engage themselves in helping the mentally ill, so that they do not suffer as much depression. Such people with mental disorders are usually not eligible to find and keep jobs in order to take care of themselves.
He didn’t die in an accident, and wasn’t murdered. He didn’t starve.” What people think as common cause of death didn’t happen. Levi died of hypothermia, while waiting to get access to a shelter. The study concluded that temporary shelters for homeless who need shelter from cold are inadequate. “Government regulations say weather temporary shelter can only be opened during winter when temperature drop below 20 degrees Fahrenheit or period of heavy snow.” The reason they are inadequate is hypothermia can occur at temperatures as high as 50 degrees Fahrenheit, when one does not have adequate
Some will say that the home buying process is very biased. The home buying process makes low income famlies get very little for the money that they are spending while high income famlies get the houses they want. Many home buyers or renters are being forcibly kicked out of there homes because renting and buying prces are gong up. They are being forced to eave because the home builders want to tear dow there homes. This is a problem because people hav no where to go.