Basic health care should be free to everyone because, it could save lives, in the long run it’s cost-effective, and providing free health care health people gain access to insurance. To start off, basic health care should be free for everyone because it could save lives. On the Huffington Post website, Senator Bernie Sanders wrote an article called, ‘Health care is a Right, Not a Privilege.’ In the article he states,” More than 18,000 Americans die from preventable illnesses because they don’t get to a doctor when they should.” If everyone has free health care, less lives will be lost. More lives of young people would be saved. The homeless or uninsured would be able to go to a hospital to get treated.
Free public college education should not be offered in cities in the United States because students’ success will decrease, the competition for jobs will increase, and most importantly taxpayers will have to pay more to support these schools. Firstly, free public college education should not be offered in cities in the United States because students’ success will decrease. If free classes are offered, students might abuse the withdraw system and continuously decide to drop out of a class, rather than worrying about having financial ramifications (Norton). According to a college
In Jeremy Waldron’s “Homelessness and the Issue of Freedom,” Waldron presents the argument that homeless individuals are less free than those with homes and other material resources. Waldron’s argument is based around the notion that every action must be done somewhere, and if a homeless person is not free to be anywhere (be it other’s private property or public property) then they are not free to do anything. In what follows, I will use Robert Nozick’s description of a free society in his “The Entitlement Theory of Justice,” to first argue that Waldron adequately defends his contestation that homeless people are less free than those with homes and other material resources because of their need to be heavily dependent on the government as central distributors for their income and physical properties. I will then describe how a homeless person’s inability to effectively partake in voluntary actions and exchanges with other individuals is due to their inherent lack of goods and education. In the third section, I will refute the idea that homeless people are equal to those who are not homeless, as argued by Friedrich Hayek in “The Atavism of Social Justice.” Finally, in the fourth section, I will object to this argument using my contrived claim for Nozick in the second section.
Poor housing is mainly take up by a high number of African Americans, this is caused from low income which leads to poverty, shelters cannot be permanent and a number of poor houses, apartments do not meet some of the crucial needs for families. Unemployment and low wage jobs are home to a fraction of the African American population. Low income for medium to large families make it hard to maintain a suitable lifestyle, low household income will lead to poor housing and segregated education which includes low funding to meet educational requirements. Now after you have read this article you may ask yourself, well this explained it but what can we do about it? Well right now some simple and easy things you can do right from your chair could be donating to shelters like red cross and others, donating to schools that you know have low funding rates, if you live in a highly populated city you might see some people without a home and give twenty dollars or so to them to help them live.
Currently, there is nowhere in our nation that someone working full-time minimum wage can afford housing. I have, as your loving Dictator, increased minimum wage, but that still puts much of the housing out of reach for people. Something as basic as housing should be affordable and within reach for anyone. The rising cost of housing has far outpaced the rise of income, resulting in either abandoning people to the streets or so in debt just trying to keep a roof over their head they slip a bit more behind each month, so I plan on changing that. Government housing is one solution.
I will explain to you the reason why we need free healthcare services from government. After the talk, we’ll have time for questions. First of all, I would to talk about the why we need free healthcare to public. Free healthcare services will help you through improving the public health. This is because, a lots of
Making college free would benefit the nation greatly, making the unemployment rate and dropout stats go down with tuition being now affordable. College being free will make fewer people who foresee other help along with people being able to do what they want without being thousands of dollars in debt. Colleges need to make education free for anyone dedicated to becoming something. To start off, free tuition will allow the student to concentrate on their studies and not jobs or debt. Most student going to college or in college have to work part-time jobs to pay for their car payment, phone bill, food, and school tuition.
Many would be more aware of mental health if it is provided for free. Directing people where to go to get help is essential for treating illnesses. Directing people to get help applies to mental health. Making mental health care free could affect millions and help those struggling get the help they need and deserve. Everyone should be able to get treatment for any type of illness, this could be physical and include mental
I feel that the only solution to the problem is to spread more awareness by using social media such as, Facebook and Twitter. This would help spread awareness more quickly because almost everyone uses social media to communicate with their friends and family. By spreading the word about homelessness, more people, especially in local communities will be more willing to take someone in if they had room or help get approval from the government on allowing homeless individuals and their families to live in a tiny home community that is especially designed for newly homeless families to have a home to call their
It is impossible to stop all the factors that contributes to homelessness but it can be made more manageable. Creating more jobs and filling them with homeless people who needs jobs to survive will change the economy because there will be less people needing assistance. The work force may even become more prosperous because the homeless people understand that they need their jobs to survive so they may work even harder than the regular workers. This effort will slowly reduce the homeless rates in the United