Let's have some frank conversations about homelessness. No platitudes here.
Schellenberger is a bad person. He decided to push a popular and false narrative to make money. He is Lawful Evil to the core.
I’m curious how other countries handle people in distress on the streets. Any peer countries out there who we should emulate? Heather Knight had an SF Chronicle story a year or two ago about visiting London and learning about their local initiative to intervene before someone spends a second night out on the streets.