November 17, 2022
SATM Podcast #105 - All Politicians Are Slime Cancer Part 2

Sage Against The Machine Podcast Episode 105 City council member Shammas Malik liked the title of last week's podcast so much that he referenced it in a speech at the city council meeting this past week. So, since he liked it so much, I thought I'd give him a Part 2: All Politicians Are Slime […]

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November 14, 2022
Houseless Harboring Guide

If I put so much as one tent on my land this winter or any time going forward I will now face fines and jail time for doing so. This fact makes me realize EXACTLY how society feels about the houseless community. They are considered hated, diseased rats that must either COMPLY OR DIE. We […]

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November 14, 2022
IZA Institute of Labor and Economics 3 Year Study On Housing First

I came across this Guardian article on this study concerning Housing First:Stable housing helps the homeless but it doesn’t cure all their problems | Torsten Bell | The Guardian Housing First dominates Democrat ideology in America to solve homelessness. The only thing a homeless person is missing is a house. This is so obviously wrong […]

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November 12, 2022
Homeless People Are Hated Like Jews Are Hated.

I have debated if the work I'm doing is similar to the Underground Railroad in Slave America or Jewish rescuers in Nazi Germany. The biggest disconnect between slaves and homeless people is that slaves were not being eradicated. They were property that slave holders wanted returned. Nazi extermination only wanted one thing: to wipe Jews […]

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November 2, 2022
The Effects of Felony Charges on Homeless People

This is in response to this new article: https://www.kgw.com/article/news/local/homeless/portland-homeless-felony-charges-criminal-background/283-41d5342c-cbc2-4fee-9835-c2fb5c811376 "The long-term consequences of felony charges often prevent people from qualifying for jobs or housing."

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October 28, 2022
The Temporary Injunction I Signed Yesterday

(I am not a lawyer. Everything I say here could be wrong and misunderstood. The funny thing about the law is that regular people can't understand it. If anyone in the know wants to correct what I have said here please just let me know.) I signed a piece of paper yesterday agreeing to not […]

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October 19, 2022
My Response to Susan Sarandon's Homeless Video Post

This is in response to the Twitter post by Susan Sarandon here: https://twitter.com/SusanSarandon/status/1581991330812551169

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October 11, 2022
I Respond to: Steve Hilton: The homeless crisis is crippling America

Fox News loves to bash Democrats about homelessness. They don't ever come up with their own ideas. But they are right. Homelessness in America is a nightmare and it's all because of Democratic policies.

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October 7, 2022
Homelessness From Hurricane Ian

We need to talk about why homeless people from a Hurricane get instant access to an arena for shelter and hundreds of thousands of Americans who have been stranded on the streets of the richest country in the world get nothing.

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September 28, 2022
1979, When I Was 7

I doubt I'll ever write an autobiography. It's like masturbating and asking people to watch. It's just a weird exercise for people who probably spent their entire lives looking for approval through some action they did. I'm not saying that I'm not one of those guys. I certainly am. But an autobiography just feels too […]

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September 26, 2022
Bay Area Research on The Effectiveness of Tiny Homes.

This is a really important article on the effectiveness of Tiny Homes for homeless people: Do trendy tiny really homes work as a solution to homelessness? (It's paywalled. So I'm giving you an overview here.) It's put out by Mercury News. "To explore that question, the Bay Area News Group spent four months following several […]

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September 24, 2022
THE DRAW OF THE STREET

THE DRAW OF THE STREET Something we aren’t discussing much when we discuss homelessness and addiction is how the street pulls you in. And it’s not just homeless people, addicted people and drug dealers. It’s cops and homeless helpers and harm reduction people. It’s me. The street has a small amount of high risk. You […]

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September 20, 2022
Democrats Are The True Threat To Homeless People

Here's the Headline and article summary: New York City Mayor Eric Adams Considers Housing Migrants on Cruise ShipsNew York City’s shelter system has been overwhelmed with new arrivals, but advocates for the homeless say the idea is insulting. This is the response Democrats give EVERY time:“It just seems absurd that the city would consider cruise […]

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September 16, 2022
The Biggest Loser

I might be the biggest loser you have ever met. I lose at every turn for wanting to do something so basic and fundamental as giving shelter to people that desperately need shelter. One of my great friends and profound advisors, Jamie Johns, has made it very clear that what I am doing is "unwinnable." […]

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September 12, 2022
SEX TRAFFICKING

From what I know about the homeless community, this is the kind of sex trafficking that goes on… Yesterday I came up on 2 very serious guys. One Black. One White. They were squaring off on each other. I asked them what was going on. The Black guy said that the White guy had taken […]

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August 17, 2022
Announcing MARKET MIDDLEBURY - Sundays noon - 3pm.

I just read an article about how Countryside Farmers Market is having a tough time financially: No more farmers markets? Countryside facing money woes It's possible they may not be able to survive. I went to their market for the first time last week. It's a beautiful thing. But apparently, it costs $250,000 a year […]

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August 12, 2022
We Are Asking the Ohio Supreme Court To Let Us Shelter Those Most In Need

Here's an article from our attorneys at Institute for Justice. We are trying to get the Ohio Supreme Court to hear our case to allow us to shelter people that have absolutely nowhere else to take shelter. I try not to talk much about lawsuits simply because I'm not a lawyer and it's truly a […]

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August 11, 2022
I Support Camping Bans, IF...

There was a major homeless law change in Los Angeles yesterday where over 66,000 people live without a home. You can now not put a tent within 500 feet of a school anywhere in LA. Overall, this will make about 20% of the land not accessible to tents. And in some areas it could be […]

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August 8, 2022
WHAT DO THEY SPEND THEIR MONEY ON?

Now that our Church of the Nomadic Spirit is focusing on helping people find ways to make money through making things and offering services like car cleaning and mowing in the neighborhood, I've gotten several people asking me what homeless people spend their money on. Let me start by saying: IT'S NONE OF YOUR DAMN […]

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August 3, 2022
I am a Democrat

In America you are either a Republican or a Democrat. You could be a Tea Party Republican or a Socialist Democrat. But you are still either an R or a D. The number 1 biggest determination if you will win an election is if you have aligned with one of those 2 parties. I am […]

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July 28, 2022
“Stop in the name of the law.”

The city is furious with me (again). They want to have an emergency meeting with the magistrate because “Sage is putting tents back on his land.” I’m not doing shit. This is what Akron policies look like. They wanted me to get rid of all the tents on my land. So I did. Then people […]

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July 13, 2022
MLE Media Endorses Sage Lewis For Akron Mayor

In their article "The Only Sane Choice for Akron Mayor is, Insane!" they write: He has proven that he is not afraid to buck the system when he feels the system is wrong. I don't see Lewis "playing ball" just for the sake of politics. If I'd have to compare Lewis to another politician I'd […]

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June 30, 2022
Here is Heather telling her story about living at our homeless tent village for two months.

She was one of the people that got picked up during the raid where they accused us of sex trafficking.

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June 24, 2022
I talked with Brian Simcox today

I had a very good conversation with Brian Simcox today. I know my leftist friends are likely going to be angry for me saying this. I don’t need to get into the controversy of Brian. It has been talked about extensively. Particularly by me. Let me just say that he is a controversial figure. I […]

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June 24, 2022
Andrew

Isn’t it funny how emotions wash over you like a rising tide for no apparent reason whatsoever? I woke up this morning feeling deep sorrow and sadness for our friend, Andrew. Andrew died of a fentanyl overdose. That alone is sad because we all know Andrew didn’t take fentanyl. He took meth. So it will […]

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June 6, 2022
My new June 2022 lawsuit

The city of Akron has just filed yet another lawsuit against me for sheltering homeless people. Our attorneys are so kind to me. Consoling me for this action. I didn't expect anything different. In an America where unlimited children can be murdered in cold blood and NOTHING CHANGES why would I expect Dan Horrigan to […]

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May 26, 2022
My jobs idea

In low-income communities in a city, IN GENERAL, women boost (they steal from stores) and men scrap metal. Copper wire is the ultimate prize. They burn off the outer coating of the wire so that it pays more. They are all making about $10-$40 a day. Most people refuse to fly a sign for money. […]

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May 19, 2022
Yesterday's Mental Health Story

The mental health issues in the inner city don't always culminate in physical violence. Here's yesterday's story... 2 large checks were stolen from the mailbox of my building. They then attempted to cash one of the checks. These checks weren't stolen just for straight crime. That would make sense. These checks were stolen because the […]

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May 18, 2022
The next couple days

In the next couple days, an article will come out in the Akron Beacon Journal about our tent village. This was inspired by our loss of another lawsuit pushing for my right to shelter a very small group of people for a very limited time in the most extreme cases. (I am never allowed to […]

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May 10, 2022
Gun deaths reached the highest level ever recorded in the United States in 2020

I can tell you without a doubt, that there are more guns in the homeless community now than any other time I've done this work.   What's interesting is that Covid had a very minimal effect on homeless people. In fact, it might have been a net positive because camp sweeps were way down during […]

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