Monday, October 20, 2014
Posted by Michael Wilson
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Is it ok to choose to be homeless? And if so, why would anyone do such a thing? By Michael S. Wilson, Assistant Editor   The small red two-door hatchback is full-to-the-ceiling with stuff. Clothes. A coffee maker. More clothes. Tools. Electrical cords. Odds and ends. There's a man... + continue reading
Thursday, October 16, 2014
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BY ROBERT C. HUFFAR, Vendor Coordinator.  I am Robert C. Huffar. I spent November 1984 through December 2010 in Montana State Prison. During that time I made a lot of changes within myself and the way that I look at the world around me. I made these changes because I want to be a... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
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Madison periodicals often portray the homeless in caricature, devaluing their humanity.   BY SAM MORGEN, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF   There are three types of homeless stories: there’s the story about various organizations whose purpose it is to help the homeless[1]; there’s the... + continue reading
Sunday, October 5, 2014
Posted by Michael Wilson
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It seems every week now we are getting news of more of our vendors being featured in one of the news outlets around the city.  That Earlie Wilson would be chosen for a profile is no surprise.  His personality takes up most of the block where he normally vends. “These... + continue reading
Sunday, October 5, 2014
Posted by Anonymous
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Does hunger outweigh the right to be choosy? BY ART PAUL SCHLOSSER   Should there be spicy or non-spicy food at a free meal? That is a good question! Also here is another: should there be vegetarian or non-vegetarian food at a free meal? It has been said beggars can't be choosy... + continue reading

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Is it ok to choose to be homeless? And if so, why would anyone do such a thing? By Michael S. Wilson, Assistant Editor   The small red two-door hatchback is full-to-the-ceiling with stuff. Clothes. A coffee maker. More clothes. Tools. Electrical cords. Odds and ends. There's a man sitting in the driver's seat of the parked... + continue reading
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BY ROBERT C. HUFFAR, Vendor Coordinator.  I am Robert C. Huffar. I spent November 1984 through December 2010 in Montana State Prison. During that time I made a lot of changes within myself and the way that I look at the world around me. I made these changes because I want to be a contributing part of society and help the people that I come... + continue reading

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Is it ok to choose to be homeless? And if so, why would anyone do such a thing? By Michael S. Wilson, Assistant Editor   The small red two-door hatchback is full-to-the-ceiling with... + continue reading