Who's Looking Out For You? Test | Final Test - Easy

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. How did the State Bar respond to Bill's petition?
(a) They found no misconduct.
(b) They found a major misconduct.
(c) They found a slight misconduct.
(d) They refused to investigate.

2. How does Bill describe the Fox News Channel's coverage of the Iraq War when comparing it to the competitors?
(a) Much more intelligent.
(b) Slightly more optimistic.
(c) Much more optimistic.
(d) Slightly more intelligent.

3. What does the law club that Bill references include?
(a) Only lawyers.
(b) Lawyers, judges, and cops.
(c) Only lawyers and judges.
(d) Only lawyers and cops.

4. What state did Bill file a complaint in pertaining to defense lawyers?
(a) Vermont.
(b) California.
(c) Massachusetts.
(d) Florida.

5. Which neighborhoods are sometimes ignored by law enforcement?
(a) Poor and middle class neighborhoods.
(b) Wealthy neighborhoods.
(c) Poor neighborhoods.
(d) Middle class neighborhoods.

6. Which one of the following is not a reason that Bill provides to support the Iraq War?
(a) The use of Iraq as a terrorist refuge.
(b) Hussein's refusal to follow the U.N. mandates.
(c) The increase of oil for America.
(d) The 1991 Kuwaiti invasion.

7. What option can be used as a go between for citizens and the police?
(a) School.
(b) Church.
(c) Parents.
(d) Friends.

8. As Bill observes, what happens to the happiest people?
(a) They never make mistakes.
(b) They rarely make mistakes.
(c) They make the most mistakes.
(d) They make the fewest mistakes.

9. According to Bill, what should a person work to do?
(a) Make others around them more secure.
(b) Make themselves more secure.
(c) Make themselves better.
(d) Make others around them better.

10. How does Bill describe Pope John Paul II's objections to the Iraq War?
(a) Uncharacteristic.
(b) Troubling.
(c) Confusing.
(d) Expected.

11. What reason does Bill give for his precaution when talking with people?
(a) Some people are not honest.
(b) Many people are not honest.
(c) Some people are not knowledgeable.
(d) Many people are not knowledgeable.

12. What was the charge that Bill made when he petitioned the State Bar after the case?
(a) The defense lawyers unintentionally misled the prosecution.
(b) The defense lawyers intentionally misled the prosecution.
(c) The defense lawyers unintentionally misled the jury.
(d) The defense lawyers intentionally misled the jury.

13. Although people should think for themselves, how does Bill think they should ask for advice?
(a) They should never ask for advice.
(b) They should rely on advice for most decisions.
(c) They should rarely ask for advice.
(d) They should not shy away from asking for advice.

14. When did Bill begin analyzing the network coverage of the Iraq War?
(a) Six months after it started.
(b) One year after it started.
(c) One month after it started.
(d) The day it started.

15. In the end, what does Bill think is all that matters?
(a) What you do and how others perceive you.
(b) Only what you do.
(c) What you do, what others do, and how others perceive you.
(d) What you do and what others do.

Short Answer Questions

1. What was the result of the policies during the time Bill's grandfather worked with the police?

2. What other war does Bill use to reveal Cronkite's hypocrisy?

3. How many defense lawyers had acted unethically, according to the complaint Bill filed?

4. What did Bill's show, The Factor, compare leading up to the war?

5. What city did then President Bill Clinton bomb without U.N. permission?

(see the answer keys)

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