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1. Which members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee opposed Condoleezza Rice's nomination as secretary of state?
Barack Obama and John Kerry
John Kerry and Barbara Boxer
Joseph Biden and Barbara Boxer
John Kerry and Joseph Biden
2. Which of the following did President Bush NOT say in his inaugural speech?
“You have seen that life is fragile, and evil is real, and courage triumphs.”
“We cannot carry the message of freedom and the baggage of bigotry at the same time.”
“Iraq and Afghanistan are now beacons of hope for repressed nations around the world.”
“We have known divisions, which must be healed to move forward in great purposes – and I will strive in good faith to heal them.”
3. How heavy was the child born to a Brazilian woman this week and nicknamed “giant baby?”
4. Midwest Airlines unveiled a frequent flier program for animals in hopes of attracting more consumers. Which of the following is true about the new
Dogs get a better mileage deal than cats
Dogs and cats get a better deal than humans
Animals must travel alone to earn miles
Children get the same mileage as animal
5. The Catholic Church in which country backtracked after saying that condoms have a role in preventing AIDS?
6. Who took home the Golden Globe for best dramatic actress in a movie?
7. What was the name of the European spacecraft that landed in the mud of Saturn’s moon Titan?
8. Which public figure got in hot water for allegedly saying, “Women have children and don't want to work as hard as it takes to get to the
Harvard President Lawrence Summers
Vice President Dick Cheney
U.S. Rep. Tom DeLay
Author Stephen King
9. The CEO of which well-known company was ousted after it fell into a financial hole?
10. Which of the following proposals for newfangled weapons was NOT considered by the U.S. military?
Chemical weapon that would foster “homosexual behavior” among the enemy
A chemical that would attract stinging bugs or rodents.
A weapon that would create “severe and lasting halitosis” to sniff out undercover fighters
A drug that would cause enemy fighters to sing opera, thus exposing them to fire