USDR Newsstand: What We are Reading

By Kelly Leung, AssociateEditor,  USDR.

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

Civility no more: where are the better angels of politics?– A former Congressman writes about the lack of civil politics in America. He questions the lack of manners and wonders what it will take to solve the many problems facing the nation today. Source:

Trump numbers soar as he attacks public figures– Perhaps as proof that the previous article has truth to it, it seems as if one of Trump’s campaign strategies is to attack other people.
Outlawing prostitution is a crime– This article argues that outlawing prostitution would cause even more risky behavior and make it much more dangerous. Source:

Andy Parker, welcome to the parents of children killed by guns club– In this opinion piece, emotional appeal is used to convince others that strict gun laws are important in gaining overall safety in the US. Source:

Hurricane Katrina: George Bush in New Orleans 10 years on– Former president George Bush was heavily criticized for his slow and expensive response to Hurricane Katrina. However, he spent the disaster’s 10th anniversary giving a speech in a New Orleans high school.  Source:

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