USDR Newsstand: What We are Reading

By Kelly Leung, AssociateEditor, USDR.

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

Birth of a Nation? Czech Pol Claims to Have Established New Country in No-Man’s Land– A Libertarian from the Czech Republic says that he has created a new country where citizens lives are run by their own rules and individual rights are whatever they want them to be.   Source:

Bill Gross: ‘This is all ending‘- Financial manager, Bill Gross, has recently turned 70. Among his now-grim outlook on the world, he strongly opposes central banks continuing to “sustain their economies and fix debt crises with more debt.”  Source:

Want Millennials Back in the Pews? Stop Trying to Make Church ‘Cool’– In recent years, Church attendance among adolescents has dropped significantly. The writer suggests that instead of making Church seem sleek and “cool,” that it should embrace its traditional community-building ways including providing sacraments and worship while focusing less on flashy technology. Source:

Liberal Pundit Fears ‘Libertarian’ Fallout from Pro-Gay Marriage Ruling by SCOTUS–  There were many voices engaged with the U.S. Supreme Court’s hearings of Obergefell v. Hodges last week. Liberals worry that progressive ecomonic reforms may be in trouble if the juidical system sides with libertarian views.

The Next President Will Have a Huge Impact on Climate Policy- Even Without Congress– Congress won’t need to get involved when it comes to the next president’s actions on climate policy. The Environmental Protection Agency has been gaining an unprecedented amount of authority over the past six years. Source:

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