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1. Most city-dwellers in the UK voted to remain in the European Union, but residents of Britain's second-largest city opted to leave. Which?
   Leeds
   London
   Liverpool
   Manchester
   Birmingham
2. European Union bureaucrats infuriated UK residents two years ago when they issued strict regulations involving which household appliance?
   Toaster
   Blender
   Tea kettle
   Hair dryer
   Vacuum cleaner
3. Even after the UK departs, the European Union will have 27 member states stretching from Portugal to Cyprus. Which country is not in the EU?
   Latvia
   Greece
   Bulgaria
   Romania
   Switzerland
4. Which former Republican cabinet member has announced that he or she will cross party lines and vote for Hillary Clinton?
   John Ashcroft
   Henry Paulson
   Alberto Gonzales
   Donald Rumsfeld
   Condoleezza Rice
5. Corey Lewandowski, after being fired as Donald Trump's campaign manager, has signed on as a political analyst with which network?
   CNN
   MSNBC
   Fox News
   CBS News
   ABC News
6. Last week the Supreme Court dealt President Obama a setback on which issue?
   Abortion
   Immigration
   Campaign finance
   Affirmative action
   Same sex marriage
7. The AR-15, which has been used in some mass shootings, is the most popular rifle in the United States. What does 'AR' stand for?
   Assault Rifle
   ArmaLite Rifle
   Accu-Tek & Ruger
   Automatic Rapidfire
   Arsenal & Remington
8. Which state is generally considered to have the strictest gun control laws?
   Utah
   Arizona
   Wyoming
   Louisiana
   California
9. Which famous defense attorney, a member of O.J. Simpson's 'dream team,' has declared bankruptcy?
   F. Lee Bailey
   Robert Shapiro
   Johnnie Cochran
   Alan Dershowitz
   Robert Kardashian
10. A former pro football great is being criticized for his vocal support of Donald Trump. Who?
   Jim Brown
   Tony Dorsett
   Franco Harris
   Earl Campbell
   Herschel Walker



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JUNE 30, 2016  | PM Rating: A
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