A New Chapter for Seattle: CURE's Vision to Solve Homelessness, Distress, and Crime

This week on “CURE America with Star Parker,” we take you to Seattle, Washington, as the show tackles the pressing issues of homelessness, economic distress, and crime. Joining the program, Jonathan Choe, a journalist and Senior Fellow at Discovery Institute’s Center on Wealth and Poverty, shares his first-hand insights and experiences, shedding light on the severe consequences of drug addiction and failed government policies that afflict individuals living on the streets.

Dr. Charlene Allen, representing Kingdom Builder International Church, offers her practical knowledge on empowering those in need to thrive. Drawing from her own experiences in Cambodia and the valuable lessons she brings back, Dr. Allen provides insightful perspectives that have the potential to benefit us all.

Star analyzes the policies and actions implemented during the Obama administration that significantly deteriorated the homelessness crisis in America. We were also joined by Steve JirJak, a former Seattle Police Department Captain with three decades of experience running the Police Department in Seattle, who delves into the root causes of crime and presents intriguing solutions that may help address the issue.

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