It’s September 18, 2015 and time once again for Friday Yes or No, when I try to make things easier for myself by asking 10 questions and limiting the 10 answers to one of two words. Got that? Let’s go:
Q1: If I had a kid in the Irving, Texas, school system, would I pull him or her out of it so that she or he wouldn’t be exposed to complete morons six hours a day?
Q2: Wouldn’t it follow logically that if Muslims have to keep apologizing for 9/11, Pope Francis has to apologize for the Oklahoma City bombing (Timothy McVeigh was a Roman Catholic)?
Q3: Should either Muslims or Pope Francis do that?
Q4: If I were trying to destroy the United States, wouldn’t a Donny Trump presidency be the best way to accomplish my goal?
Q5: Is Carly Fiorina rising in the eyes of Republicans because the other people running in her party look like total dweebs?
Q6: Is it a good idea for the U.S. to engage Russia in military talks about Syria?
Q7: Is there reason to be optimistic that such talks will resolve this incredible mess?
Q8: Pope Francis plans to talk about climate change in his address to Congress. Is he going to get a warm response (so to speak) from the Republican side of the hall?
Q9: The math is overwhelmingly in favor of an imminent division title, so will New York Mets fans respond responsibly if their team loses this weekend’s Subway Series with the New York Yankees?
Q10: As someone obsessed by time, am I jealous of Ahmed Mohamed because he can actually build something that keeps it?