I can't decide what to do with this article on a new strategy for dealing with homelessness. On the one hand, the idea seems so obvious it hurts - if they are homeless, give them a home. Nothing special, nothing fancy, but a place to call their own. On the other hand, does it then lead people to think the problem is solved? Out of sight, out of mind.
Wow, that someone actually was quoted as saying: Cost-benefit analysis may be the new expression of compassion in our communities. It leaves me almost speechless... almost ;)