Any one who has an interest in using public policy to end poverty and homelessness should read the article below.
It is a perfect example of how we can bring clarity and real results to government policy. Better still, we can implement real solutions at a much cheaper cost than the smorgasbord of programs that exist now.
Let's face it. Most of the programs we have now to address poverty and homelessness are hugely bureaucratic, mainly because there is the huge overhead of making sure that only people that "deserve" help, get it.
Yet, we have no such overhead for the many, many programs that help business supposedly "create" jobs.
The reality is that consumers truly "pay" for jobs, and hence, only consumers can truly "create" jobs. Giving money to buyers make much more sense than giving money to sellers.
Writer Edward Keenan brings a refreshing take on how easy it could be to truly resolve poverty and homelessness.
Please send this article to every politician you elect - they could all benefit from the lesson in clarity for public policy.
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