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Bill O'Reilly (commentator)
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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Bill think many people make excuses for?
(a) Looking for bad people to include in their lives.
(b) Keeping bad people in their lives.
(c) Wanting bad people in their lives.
(d) Listening to bad people in their lives.

2. What is the thought of saving up for something considered in current times?
(a) Paranoid.
(b) Old-fashioned.
(c) Wise.
(d) Unwise.

3. What show was Bill on when he had a heated discussion about celebrity responsibilities?
(a) The Tonight Show.
(b) Good Morning America.
(c) The Late, Late Show.
(d) The Today Show.

4. Which one of the following is not one of the reasonable guidelines that parents should have?
(a) Showing the value of education.
(b) Limiting media influences.
(c) Earning a high income.
(d) Always being available.

5. What can stop the cycle of parental abuse?
(a) Effort and conviction.
(b) Intelligence.
(c) Money.
(d) Sympathy and understanding.

Short Answer Questions

1. Where does Bill think the television and Internet access should be in a house with children?

2. When Who's Looking Out for You? was written, what percentage of Americans attended a church?

3. What is the difference in the budget for the "Big Dig" highway and the actual cost of it?

4. Based on estimation, what percentage of mothers who have children in their teens will be poor for the rest of their lives?

5. According to Bill, what effect does having children out of wedlock have?

Short Essay Questions

1. What was the weakness of Bill's father? What did Bill learn from him?

2. Based on Bill's analysis in Chapter 4, how does the media make parenting more difficult?

3. How did Congressman Torricelli damage the country by scandalizing the CIA?

4. How does Bill think that people can attract and maintain good friendships?

5. How does the media fuel the selfish behavior of people in Bill's opinion?

6. How has the intentions of the Founders been twisted by the secular groups?

7. What example does Bill provide of the government's wasteful spending?

8. According to Bill, what type of pity do people spend too much time having? Why is that counterproductive in building good relationships?

9. According to Bill, what kind of an advantage do people of privilege have in attracting friends?

10. Which journalists does Bill think are good at their job? How should journalists approach the news in general?

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