USDR Newsstand: What We are Reading

"Hand's Up" a lie? A Universal Perspective? Cyanide at White House? And More

By Kelly Leung, Associate Editor, USDR.

Our periodical feature of what our editors, contributors, and readers are recommending.

“Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” Built On a Lie?– It’s important for everybody to fight for justice for those killed in racially charged incidents. However, we must not let false narratives taint the facts. Source:

Forget Reagan—Could Scott Walker be the Next Calvin Coolidge?– Scott Walker may channel some desirable traits of the most successful Republican presidents in the last 100 years, as a presidential candidate. Source:

Conservatism vs. Counterculture– This article defines and recounts the history of American exceptionalism. It also describes the “culture war” between post-1960s liberalism and conservatism. Consequently, the stigma of conservatism is discussed. Source:

Envelope Sent to White House Tests Positive for Cyanide– The Secret Service has confirmed that an envelope intended for the White House tested positive for Cyanide on Monday. The sender reportedly has had a record with the Secret Service since 1995. Source:

“Planetary” Film Wants to Shift Earthlings’ Perspective– A new documentary from the Planetary Collective focuses on changing our perspectives by reminding us that everything is interconnected. Source:

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