Shoppers will pay the price of 785% rate hike proposed for victims of shopping cart theft
Millions spent on unoccupied housing, liberals want more.
Doing for others what they could do for themselves, Albuquerque perpetuates the indignity of the homeless
City wants $2.2 million.
No single candidate has been able to bridge the gap of the culturally Conservative and do-gooder socialists of New Mexico’s politically apprehensive majority.
An in-depth analysis of how the homeless add to culture
‘Operation Adios No Casas’ seeks to clean up the streets by “using the natural elements” to literally wash away the scourge of junkies
Throwing other people’s money at problems money can’t solve is the only way they know how to feel good about being useless.
“Mentally ill people have rights, but you know who else have rights? We do: the people and families of the city.”
The city doesn’t understand that “build it and they will come” also applies to free food, shelter, and medical care.
We as a society have to decide if we will take the poisoning of our peers and neighbors seriously, or will we ignore it because it hasn’t disrupted our personal kingdom of mud.
When you do for others what they can do for themselves, you kill their instinct for survival.