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Will The “War on Drugs” Ever End?

By: Quinn Daly Former President Nixon declared the infamous “War on Drugs” on June 17, 1971. Forty years and billions of dollars later, the United States is still fighting in both Colombia and Mexico. Recent news has only underscored the failings of the war effort to halt the flow of harmful narcotics into the United … Continue reading

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Palestinian Statehood: Time for Action in Middle East

By: Quinn Daly On Friday September 23, 2011, Palestine applied to the United Nations to become the world’s newest state, much to the chagrin of the United States. This move by Palestine will add an entirely new dimension to the ongoing Israeli Palestinian conflict, which has taken place for generations of peoples on both sides … Continue reading


The Importance of HLN and the 2012 Election

By: Quinn Daly With the Hispanic Leadership’s conference Rebuilding the American Dream, soon approaching, it is important to understand the importance of the Hispanic vote in the upcoming 2012 election cycle. As many are aware, Hispanics are a have historically held large sway in border states like California, Arizona, and Texas. However, in recent years … Continue reading