USDR Newsstand: What We are Reading

By Kelly Leung, AssociateEditor, USDR.

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

A Libertarian Makes the Case for Carbon Tax– Libertarians say that the most market-friendly strategy for climate change is carbon tax. This article discusses politics and policy issues regarding a carbon tax. Source:

Fewer Christians in the United States: Fourth Great Awakening Over– Data from a new poll by Pew Research suggests that more Americans than ever before are not aligned with a religion. This article was written by an Athiest. Source:

Could Regular Bible Reading Make Our Politics More Civil and Effective?– A new report from the American Bible Society shows that people believe both Democratic and Republican politicians can benefit from reading the Bible. Those surveyed say that they believe politics would be more civil and involve less “opponent attacks” and encourage more policy change conversations.

NC House Hits Breaks on Controversial Gun Bill– A controversial gun bill in North Carolina has been postponed due to the anticipation of new provisions in the next few days. Source:

Islamic State Deputy Leader ‘Killed in Iraq Air Strike‘- The Iraqi Ministry of Defense has confirmed the death of the second-in-command of the Islamic State. However, the Pentagon has neither commented nor announced the death. In the past, the Iraqi government has given false death notices of IS leaders. Source:

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