USDR Newsstand: What We are Reading

By Kelly Leung, AssociateEditor,  USDR.

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

Constitutional remedies to a lawless Supreme Court-  The Supreme Court’s rulings on Obamacare and Marriage Equality show judicial activism, but they may have also violated the “foundations of our representative form of government.” Source:

Apple bets big that you’ll start paying to stream music– There are many free music streaming sites widely available…so why is Apple making their streaming service cost $9.99 a month? This article also includes a podcast. Source:

Scalia’s anti-enlightenment anti-individualism– Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia believes that the definition of self-government, which most people believe (that everyone is free to govern themselves and the law protects those rights and equalities) is wrong.  Source:

3 reasons the American Revolution was a mistake– One writer argues that: abolition would have happened faster without independence, independence was bad for Native Americans, and that America would have a better governmental system if “we’d stuck with Britain.” Source:

How I finally developed some national pride– One woman’s story on how she developed patriotism, largely due to recent Supreme Court rulings. Source:

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