It’s September 4, 2015 and time once again for Friday Yes or No, my weekly attempt to be clever using just the words “yes” and “no.” (All right, there’s a bunch of words leading up to the yes or no, but let’s not nitpick.)
Q1: Did President Obama give what used to be Mt. McKinley in Alaska the Kenyan name for mountain?
Q2: Is Kenyan a language?
Q3: Did Barbara Mikulski give herself a great retirement gift by making the world a safer place this week?
Q4: Will the picture of the body of a Syrian toddler washed up on a beach in Turkey begin to change people’s hearts about the refugee crisis in the Middle East and Africa?
Q5: Is the Save The Children Web site a good place to send donations to help the thousands of children displaced by war?
Q5: Should anybody be surprised that Donny Trump is clueless about who’s who in the Middle East?
Q6: Is it surprising that a thought-to-be conservative judge is the one who put the Rowan County, Ky., clerk in jail for failing to license same-sex marriages?
Q7: Is that because the definition of a conservative judge would be one who adheres to the letter of the law?
Q8: Is there any good guy in this whole NFL-Tom Brady-deflated football mishegas?
Q9: Does Scott Walker seem like the type of guy who has any patience for celebrating Labor Day?
Q10: Should we really thank organized labor for the fact that we’re celebrating this Labor Day weekend?