Scott Rasmussen founded one of the leading polling firms in America. He’s observed decades of polling trends and knows the industry better than anyone. I had the chance to sit down with Scott recently to discuss some of the major trends in American public opinion.

We also cover these stories:
• President Trump marked the 75th anniversary of D-Day on Thursday, speaking in Normandy, France.
• NYC police commissioner James O’Neill officially apologized to the gay community, saying that the Stonewall raid was “wrong, plain and simple.”
• Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is standing up to defend conservative commentator Steven Crowder, after YouTube moved to block advertising from Crowder’s YouTube channel.

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  1. Cato Rand Coolidge

    Let me explain “pride” to you. Pride is the opposite of shame, and shame is what has been used to marginalize, stigmatize and ostracize gay people for our entire history. Among other things, gay people long internalized that shame and stigma and that has been horribly self-destructive. Reclaiming the right to be “proud” of ourselves is a way of throwing off the chains of that stigma and shame. I don’t expect you to get this. But if not, maybe don’t pontificate about things you don’t understand.

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