Daniel says it:
New York City doesn’t have a homeless problem. It has a drug problem. It has a broken family problem. And it has a hipster problem. It has an activist problem and a bloated social services sector problem.
Hey, these days, who doesn’t? That’s pretty concise, but you could easily boil it down even further than that: what we have is a Progressivist problem. Ultimately, almost all the other problems go right back to that.