By Cindy Alia
When government works at becoming a savior, what can go wrong? Despite years of government spending on “solutions”, the problem of the “unhoused” is still widespread in our state. Governmental claims for ending homelessness often require throwing money at solutions without accountability for results. A case in point is the Pierce County project to create a “Community First” tiny house village, which appears to be patterned after a communistic utopia, but which is an impractical scheme for social improvement in rural Pierce County.