Bill Whittle Presents The Cold War: What We Saw

L.A. Pays Homeless $645,000 to Settle Skid Row Property Rights Case

The city of Los Angeles agrees to pay $645,000 to settle a lawsuit that claimed L.A. sanitation workers stole or destroyed property of homeless people during periodic clean-up efforts in the city’s sprawling Skid Row area. Do homeless people have a Constitutional right to squat on public property, stockpile pallets, refrigerators and other scavenged items, and generally drag down property values and tourist appeal?

Apollo 11: What We Saw, with Bill Whittle