June 15, 2012 journal, homeless in New York City is reported to exceed 43,000 people. "Housing advocates say the problem was exacerbated by the city's cancellation of the 'Advantage' apartment rental subsidy, with as many as 8,000 former aid recipients now facing eviction. We get a report from Democracy Now's Chantal Berman, who inter-viewed several aid recipients who could soon lose their homes, and speak to Patrick Markee, senior policy analyst at Coalition for the Homeless in New York City." God help The fixed & Fox News Network's all have one story about the vulture Sanddusty at Ohio Penn State University. These perverted creatures are what the latest bill on "hate" crimes was supposed to protect. The government is inside out which is to say Congress is upside-down. Hollywood which includes the news media are all in one accord and they are evil. Local state government is changing hands in yesterday's primary vote here, the people are disgusted with the same old sellout politicians working for themselves more than voters. Jim Hightower, Op-Ed: "Some 900 campuses have signed card deals with such outfits as Wells Fargo and Higher One. These high-flying financiers grin from ear to ear as they line their pockets with tens of millions of dollars a year that they siphon from the public fund that was meant to extend America's educational opportunities to working-class and poor families. Banks get the goldmine, students get shaft." http://www.conspirazzi.com/the-symbolic-snake-of-zion/ America is becoming a homeless nation rapidly due to the greed of Wall Street and greedy property owners. Every person and every family in America should have a place to live without taxation free of mortgage and all property taxes. America can afford it. But the foreign Fed who are not American does not care about homeless people. News Report: "The Nordic countries and the Netherlands have the lowest rates of relative child poverty, at around seven per cent. Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom have rates of between 10 and 15 per cent, while more than 20 per cent of children in Romania and the United States live in relative poverty. Particularly striking in Report Card 10 are the comparisons between countries with similar economies, demonstrating that government policy can have a significant impact on the lives of children." Jim Hightower, Op-Ed: "These totally secret corporate political funds are laundered through outfits organized under Section 501(c) (4) of the tax code as (WARNING: The following fact is so stupefying that it can cause temporary insanity in sensible people) nonprofit 'social welfare organizations' engaged in charitable work! Never mind that the welfare of the plutocracy is the cause being served by this perverse philanthropy." Bill Moyers, Moyers & Co.: "While much of the mainstream media looks the other way, some journalists are working hard to identify the fingerprints super PACs and their benefactors leave on our victimized democracy. At the top of this list of journo-detectives are Mother Jones editors Clara Jeffery and Monika Bauerlein, who continue to throw light on what they call 'dark money.' In this conversation with Bill [Moyers], Jeffery and Bauerlein talk about the conspiracy of cash that allows the rich to influence our most fundamental political freedoms" Robert Reich, Robert Reich's Blog: "One advantage of being a huge Wall Street bank is you get bailed out by the federal government when you make dumb bets. Another is you can choose where around the world to make the dumb bets, thereby dodging U.S. regulations. It's a win-win. Wall Street would like to keep it that way.... Wall Street can't have it both ways - too big to fail, and also able to make wild bets anywhere around the world." especially as their losses are our loses. They are gambling with taxpayers U.S. citizens money and not their own money.