Monthly Archives: July 2011
Although Casey Anthony was released from jail on Sunday morning to return to the world at large, the public uproar over the verdict in her case has yet to die down. Her acquittal still has segments of America in an uproar. The public backlash directed at her is something not seen since the acquittal of […]
The War on Drugs: A Colossal Failure of Epic Proportions? Is It Time To Re-Think Our Strategies – And Tactics?
This past May, Martha Mendoza of the Associated Press broke news that the “War on Drugs” has cost the United States one trillion dollars. A rising collective believes that the War has been a colossal failure, and growing concern about its ineffectiveness has been voiced by congressmen, economists, media members, and senior law enforcement officials. […]