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Questions of the Week
Week of October 15th 2014
Which of the following Cold War events led to the establishment of the “Hotline,” a direct telephone link between the White House and the Kremlin?
Bay of Pigs Invasion
Cuban Missile Crisis
The Space Race
Construction of the Berlin Wall
Week of October 7th 2014
How many nations comprised the coalition to liberate Kuwait from Iraq during the First Gulf War (1990-1991)?
5
17
31
39
Week of October 1st 2014
When did the Secret Service assume full-time responsibility for the protection of the President of the United States?
1776
1789
1865
1902
Week of September 23rd 2014
What percentage of the American people cannot name even one branch of the federal government?
15%
27%
35%
42%
Week of September 17th 2014
Which one of the following is considered the father of the U.S. Constitution?
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
George Washington
James Madison
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Question of the Week   
Which of the following Cold War events led to the establishment of the “Hotline,” a direct telephone link between the White House and the Kremlin?
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Quote of the Day   
 
"Much public skepticism about the government’s response to Ebola stems from the dogmatic pronouncements of Obama administration officials. In a video message early last month on stopping the virus, for example, President Obama asserted that 'we know how to do it.' He was wrong. ... To fix his messaging problem, President Obama has appointed political fixer Ron Klain as its new Ebola response '…[more]
 
 
—Dr. Scott Gottlieb, Former FDA Deputy Commissioner and Tevi Troy, Former HHS Deputy Secretary
— Dr. Scott Gottlieb, Former FDA Deputy Commissioner and Tevi Troy, Former HHS Deputy Secretary
 
Liberty Poll   

In dealing with deadly and difficult-to-curtail infectious diseases such as Ebola, should government-imposed travel bans and quarantines supersede civil liberty and other concerns?