Don’t Listen The Left On The Jacksonville Shooting
David Katz, the man behind the horrific Madden video game tournament shooting in Jacksonville, Florida, which claimed two lives and sent 10 others to the hospital, reportedly purchased his guns legally in Baltimore, Maryland, prior to the event. He was also known to have experienced a “psychiatric crisis” in the past and had been prescribed several psychiatric medications, including an antipsychotic.
After the killer fatally shot 28-year-old Taylor Robertson and 22-year-old Elijah Clayton, he took his own life. Leaving law enforcement puzzled as to what the motive may have been. Still, it is clear that Katz had struggled with mental health issues his entire life, and that despite his history, he was legally allowed to purchase guns in Maryland, a state with some of the most strict gun control laws in the books.
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Why An LA Musician Was Kept From Building Tiny Homes For The Homeless
Homelessness in Los Angeles County has been on the rise for a decade. Despite the slight decrease in 2018, the city estimates that since 2010, the number of homeless people in the region increased 52 percent.
But with over 52,000 people experiencing homelessness, you would think the local government would be open to private citizens giving a hand. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. Instead, Los Angeles has wasted resources on illegally confiscating private property given to some of the city’s homeless.
That’s what happened to Elvis Summers, who crowdfunded $100,000 to build dozens of tiny houses for the homeless, only to see some of his creations being confiscated by the same people who are pushing the state to borrow $2 billion to fund housing for the homeless.
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