PBS Poll: More Americans Trust Trump Than Media or Congress


Monday's PBS NewsHour spotlighted the low trust in the news media, according to the results of their latest poll. Only 30 percent of those surveyed by NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist trust the press "a good deal" or "a great amount.

" The Trump administration scored seven points better in the same poll. Guest Stuart Rothenberg bemoaned the "horrible trend" towards distrust of the media over the past several decades. NPR's Tamara Keith underlined that "these numbers are part of a very long trend of institutions losing trust from the American people; and that...puts America at risk."

"One of the things we looked at was...[the] high distrust of the news media!"

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Internet Responds To CNN With More Videos of Trump Destroying CNN..LOL !


When CNN decided to seek out the Reddit user responsible for the hilarious President Donald Trump vs CNN wrestling meme video, the network unintentionally put a target on its own from the whole of the internet.

This new meme video show 60 seconds of Trump beating CNN in various ways… let’s see if CNN is going to track this user down as well.

Now, after being harshly criticized for creating a witch hunt to find the Reddit user, CNN unwittingly opened up a can of worms on the internet.

Someone else decided to show the network how infantile and childish it acted by releasing a 60-second clip showing a photoshopped Donald Trump beating a photoshopped CNN in various situations.

The tweet was sent from YouTube personality Mike Cernovich’s official account with the caption:

“CNN tracked down the creator of the Trump wrestling meme and threatened him. This is how the internet is responding.”




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Challenge: Are these Declaration of Independence facts true or false?


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Largest Pro-Second Amendment Bill In Iowa History Took Effect July 1

The Iowa Firearms Coalition states that the HF517 bill is not only the largest pro-second amendment bill to be passed in Iowa’s history, but it is also 2017’s most comprehensive pro-gun owner bill that has been passed in the entire nation!



Here is a complete breakdown of each provision covered by HF517:

Division 1 – Legalizing SBRs/SBSs – effective July 1
Removes Short Barreled Rifles (SBRs) and Short Barreled Shotguns (SBSs) from Iowa’s list of
“Offensive Weapons”

Division 2 – Going Armed with Intent – effective July 1
Makes it so that lawfully carrying a firearms does not imply intent to harm another person.

Division 2 – Duty to Carry Permit – effective July 1
Under Iowa law citizens with a Permit to Carry Weapons shall have their permit in their
“immediate possession.” Failure to do this is a misdemeanor.

Division 3 – Firearm Safety Training Program – effective July 1
Hunter Safety Courses that include a handgun safety training program will be accepted as valid
training needed to qualify for a Permit to Carry.

Division 3 – Permit Renewal Requirements – effective July 1
Firearm safety training is no longer needed for permit renewals, only for your initial Permit to
Carry application.

Division 3 – Permits for Military Personnel and Veterans – effective July 1
A military veteran’s DD214 is now acceptable for proof of training for permit renewals (in
addition to initial Permit to Carry applications).

Division 3 – Permit Renewal Window – effective July 1
Permit renewal period extended to 30 days before and 30 days after the expiration date listed
on a Permit to Carry.

Division 3 – Permit Costs – effective July 1
The cost of a Permit to Carry is set at $50 for the initial permit. The price of Permit to Carry
renewals or duplicate permits shall be set at $25. Sheriff’s departments may not charge
additional fees or charges for Permits to Carry.

Division 3 – Uniform Permits – effective July 1
All permits shall have a uniform appearance statewide.

Division 3 – Appealing Denied Permit Applications – effective July 1
If a permit is denied by a sheriff the applicant can appeal. If it is determined that the applicant
was wrongly denied the sheriff’s department shall be responsible for the applicant’s court and
reasonable attorney’s fees. If an applicant’s appeal is upheld the applicant will be responsible
for the sheriff’s court and reasonable attorney’s fees.

Division 4 – Permit to Acquire – effective July 1
Permit to Acquire pistols or revolvers are now valid for five years instead of one.

Division 5 – Supervised Youth Handgun Shooting – effective IMMEDIATELY
Repeals Iowa’s ban supervised youth handgun shooting. Any Iowan under the age of 14 may
legally shoot pistols or revolvers so long as they’re under the direct supervision of a sober
parent, guardian or instructor over the age of 21.

Division 6 – Permit Privacy – effective IMMEDIATELY
The personal information contained on a Permit to Carry or Permit to Acquire cannot be shared
outside of law enforcement use. The Department of Public Safety or Sheriff’s Departments may
share statistical information only, e.g. “There was a 90% increase in Permits to Carry issued in
2017.” This prevents the malicious mass collection and publication of Permit holder’s private
information by media outlets.

Division 7 – Preemption/Suing Local Government – effective July 1
A political subdivision (city, county or township) shall not enact an ordinance banning the lawful
possession of weapons (aka gun free zone). If a political subdivision preempts state law and
bans the law possession of weapons a citizen may sue that subdivision for being adversely
affected. Citizens can sue their local city for breaking Iowa weapons law by enacting gun free
zones.

Division 8 – Capitol Carry – effective July 1
Citizens holding a valid Permit to Carry may carry concealed a pistol or revolver within the state
capitol and it’s parking lots.

Division 9 – Emergency Powers – effective July 1
During a declared state of emergency the State of Iowa, nor any political subdivision (city,
county or township) shall not prohibit the carrying, possession, sale or transfer of firearms or
ammunition.

Division 10 – Stand Your Ground – effective July 1
Allows lawful citizens to use reasonable force (that force and no more which a reasonable
person, in like circumstances, would judge to be necessary to prevent injury or loss of life).
Removes a lawful citizen’s duty to retreat. Also includes Civil Immunity. If you are deemed to
have acted in a reasonable manner and cleared of any wrongdoing in a criminal court you
cannot be sued in civil court. If you are forced to use deadly force you must call the authorities
in a reasonable time period and no intentionally destroy or alter evidence.

Division 11 – Enhanced Straw Purchasing Penalties – effective July 1
Anyone caught serving as a Straw Purchaser (buying a weapon for a prohibited person) is
committing a Class D felony.

Division 12 – Snowmobile and ATV Carry – effective July 1
Removes the requirement of so-called “Retention Holsters” while carrying and lawfully riding
ATVs or Snowmobiles.

Division 13 – Target Shooting on Private Property – effective July 1
A person target shooting on private property in an unincorporated area shall not be charged with
noise pollution or breaking of other public or private nuisance laws.

Complete text of HF517 can be found here.

Read More Here: http://keepandbear.com/2a/whoa-largest-pro-2a-bill-iowa-history-takes-effect-july-1/

58% of Democrats Say Party Needs New Leadership !

Democrats are saying it’s time for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to go, arguing that losses in this year’s special congressional elections show that their party needs new, younger leadership. Most Democrats agree.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that just 31% of Likely Democratic Voters believe the current national leadership of their party is representative of most Democrats. Most (58%) feel instead that the party needs to find new leaders. Eleven percent (11%) are undecided.

Among all likely voters, only 23% feel the Democratic leadership is representative of their voter base, while 64% think new leadership is needed. Twelve percent (12%) are not sure.

Just 11% of Democrats said in late April that their party’s efforts to oppose President Trump during his first 100 days in office were successful.

Among voters who Strongly Disapprove of the president’s job performance, 55% say Democrats need to find new leaders.

Most voters agreed in late February that it was bad for the country and for the Democratic Party if Democrats continued to totally oppose everything Trump does. Even Democrats were conflicted about this anti-Trump strategy.

READ MORE HERE: http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/general_politics/june_2017/58_of_democrats_say_their_party_needs_new_leadership