USDR Newsstand: What We are Reading

By Kelly Leung, Associate  Editor, USDR.

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

Politicians wanted, politicians need not apply– This writer believes that the more a presidential candidate differentiates themselves from the others, they will have a better chance of winning an election. Source:

McDonald’s all-day breakfast explained and debated– The breakfast menu at popular fast food restaurant, McDonalds, will soon be available all day. This article gives the potential positive and negative sides. Source:

Solitary confinement is cruel and all too common– The prison system in California seems to favor putting convicted criminals in solitary confinement. However, many people are asking if it’s too cruel, even for the most dangerous criminals. Therefore, California has reduced its dependence on solitary confinement and other states will likely have an easier time following suit. Source:

Hillary Clinton’s kinder, gentler war on drugs sounds a lot like Nixon’s– Hillary Clinton has recently revealed her plans for drug policy if she were to be elected president. For better or for worse, this writer finds a lot of similarities between Clinton’s and Nixon’s ideas. Source:

Not everyone with a STEM degree chooses a STEM job– Is it a problem that those with STEM degrees are not always choosing to be in fields that they are qualified for? This could lead to unqualified individuals doing jobs that they are ill equipped for. Source:

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