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Bill O'Reilly (commentator)
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. According to research, how do people who pray compare to people who do not?
(a) They are healthier, but suffer from the same amount of stress.
(b) They are healthier and suffer from less stress.
(c) They are neither healthier nor suffer from less stress.
(d) They suffer from less stress, but are not necessarily healthier.

2. Which one of the following is not an example of a liberal newspaper?
(a) The New York Times.
(b) The Los Angeles Times.
(c) The Boston Globe.
(d) The Wall Street Journal.

3. What suggestion does Bill make in evaluating friends?
(a) Listen to how they talk about other people.
(b) Watch how they treat other people.
(c) Listen to how they talk about themselves.
(d) Watch how they treat themselves.

4. What point about the media does Bill make at the beginning of Chapter 4?
(a) The media is biased.
(b) The media is unbiased.
(c) The media is not a parent's friend.
(d) The media is not a politician's friend.

5. How are parents seen when they speak out against promiscuous celebrities?
(a) Judgmental.
(b) Uninformed.
(c) Paranoid.
(d) Wise.

6. Which Founder linked the ability to self-govern with the moral path of the Ten Commandments?
(a) Ben Franklin.
(b) James Madison.
(c) Thomas Paine.
(d) Thomas Jefferson.

7. Which university tried to make it mandatory for all freshman students to read a book about the Koran?
(a) The University of Minnesota.
(b) The University of Chicago.
(c) The University of South Carolina.
(d) The University of North Carolina.

8. Which state's Circuit Court of Appeals has declared the Pledge of Allegiance "unconstitutional" do to the inclusion of God?
(a) Florida.
(b) Vermont.
(c) California.
(d) Massachusetts.

9. What kind of a problem does Bill Moyers of PBS have?
(a) An overexposure problem.
(b) A credibility problem.
(c) A financial problem.
(d) An ethical problem.

10. What was the original intent of the Founders of the Constitution, pertaining to religion?
(a) To have only two government endorsed religions.
(b) To have no public religion.
(c) To have only one government endorsed religion.
(d) To have no government endorsed religion.

11. When did the Malvo sniper case take place?
(a) 2003.
(b) 2001.
(c) 2002.
(d) 2000.

12. What did the animosity between Clinton and FBI Director, Louis Freeh, cause?
(a) A number of miscommunications at the FBI.
(b) A lack of foreign intelligence.
(c) A lack of domestic intelligence.
(d) A number of miscommunications at the White House.

13. What have secularists made nearly impossible to exist?
(a) Laws encouraging religion.
(b) Public freedom of religion.
(c) Laws defending religion.
(d) Private freedom of religion.

14. When does Bill think that organized religion can be a good influence?
(a) When church is attended consistently.
(b) When church is attended moderately.
(c) When it is not used to belittle other religions.
(d) When it is used to further a political agenda.

15. What is the new "spirit of selfishness"?
(a) Government expansion.
(b) Income redistribution.
(c) Invasive policies.
(d) Entitlement spending.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Bill think is an example of something that the government does well?

2. As stated in Chapter 1, what is there a huge gap between in the United States?

3. How are fathers who abandon their children punished?

4. How does Bill describe many of the adults in the United States?

5. According to Bill, what kind of advantage do people of privilege have in finding friends?

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