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American Pride Hits New Low; Few Proud Of Political System

As Americans prepare to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday, their pride in the U.S. has hit its lowest point since Gallup's first measurement in 2001. While 70% of U.S. adults overall say they are proud to be Americans, this includes fewer than half (45%) who are "extremely" proud, marking the second consecutive year that this reading is below the majority level. Democrats continue to lag far behind Republicans in expressing extreme pride in the U.S.

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2020 Census Questionnaires Go To Printer Without Citizenship Question

Last week a divided Supreme Court ruled that the Trump administration's stated reason for including a question about citizenship on the 2020 census - to help the Department of Justice better enforce federal voting rights laws - was a pretext. The "evidence," Chief Justice John Roberts wrote, "tells a story that does not match the explanation that" Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross provided.

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  • "I am the Law" -Anthrax
  • "Block Rockin' Beats" -Chemical Brothers
  • "Closer to Free" -Bodeans
  • "Don't Tread on Me" -Metallica
  • "Brooklyn is Burning" -Head Automatica
  • "American Woman" -Lenny Kravitz
  • "America Rules" -Murphy's Law