Saturday, October 6, 2012

The War On Drugs & Latino Republicans

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The War On Drugs:
Is This Battle Hurting Us More Than It's Helping?
Over the last 40 years, America's declared "war on drugs" has cost $1 trillion, yet the number of drug users continue to rise, kids experiment with drugs at younger ages and an overwhelming amount of African American men are disproportionately arrested for nonviolent drug charges.  Is the "war on drugs" helping society or is it contributing to the destruction of communities of color and misconceptions about drug users? Featuring: 
Dr. Carl Hart of Columbia University

Part 2 of Exploring A Political Paradox:
Latinos Who Back The GOP Platform
Delegates wave banners during Mitt Romney's acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention in August.
 For many of us, it may be hard to imagine why some Latinos support the Republican Party which stands behind laws that promote racial profiling in Latino communities, a leader that promotes "self-deportation" for immigrants and has filibustered the DREAM Act which would end the deportation of young immigrants that meet certain criteria.  Yet, in still, some conservative Latinos are fighting for the GOP. We'll find out why Latino conservatives favor the party that does not seem to support immigrant rights. Featuring:
Ruben Estrada, Chairman of the Latino National Republican Coalition of NY

This week on the "Quickie" we'll recap
The First Presidential Debate
What where the candidates really saying and were they telling the truth?

And, of course, we'll share the quirky, funny and moving news headlines that we found throughout the week during the 
"News Round Up"

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