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Questions of the Week
Week of June 19th 2019
Where in the U.S. Constitution is the requirement for a decennial census?
Article l, Section 2
Article ll, Section 2
Article lll, Section 2
Article lV, Section 2
Week of June 12th 2019
Prior to 2016, what was the last Presidential election year in which the candidate who won had never before held elected public office?
1779
1836
1952
1956
Week of June 4th 2019
What does the “D” in D-day stand for?
Defeat Hitler
Destroy the Axis
Doomsday
None of the above
Week of May 30th 2019
The June 6, 1944, invasion of Normandy was code-named which of the following?
Operation Paperclip
Operation Overlord
Operation Pied Piper
Operation Magic Carpet
Week of May 22nd 2019
Americans are asked to observe a National Moment of Remembrance at 3 p.m. annually on which one of the following days?
July 4th
Memorial Day
Patriots Day
Veterans Day
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Where in the U.S. Constitution is the requirement for a decennial census?
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Quote of the Day   
 
"The House and Senate are set to take up competing bills this week that would provide President Trump more than $4.5 billion in new funding tied to the U.S.-Mexico border.The looming clash comes as Congress is expected to leave town at the end of the week for the July 4th recess, making it unlikely they'll resolve the standoff over the bills before the break absent an 11th hour agreement.The House…[more]
 
 
—Jordain Carney and Juliegrace Brufke, Writing for The Hill
— Jordain Carney and Juliegrace Brufke, Writing for The Hill
 
Liberty Poll   

In response to the escalating series of provocations by Iran, do you believe Pres. Trump's measured response, including positioning of military assets and documenting Iran's actions to allies, is better policy than immediate retaliatory strikes?