It’s Friday, October 2, 2015. And while I’ve already written about 700 words on this nation’s gun craziness, I still have it in me to write a few more – many of them either “Yes” or “No.”
Q1: Pope Francis seemed like such a calm, even-tempered guy on his U.S. visit. Is it possible he went apeshit when he saw the reports about his meeting with Kim Davis?
Q2: After watching some of his first week, should we about be optimistic about Trevor Noah’s tenure as host of “The Daily Show”?
Q3: Was Chris Christie pandering politically when he declared a state of emergency in New Jersey well before Hurricane Joaquin turned away from the U.S.?
Q4: Is that because no one who went through Hurricane Sandy ever wants to be unprepared again?
Q5: Are the people out to get Planned Parenthood in the least bit interested in reducing the incidence of abortion in the United States?
Q6: Was there a good reason to conduct hearings into what happened at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11, 2012?
Q7: Was there any good reason those hearings should have dragged on for years and wasted millions of dollars?
Q8: Is it any shock that the sole purpose of prolonging those hearings, rather than finding useful information to help avoid similar tragedies, was to try to embarrass Hillary Clinton?
Q9: When this is all said and done, is it more likely Hillary Clinton will be the one doing the embarrassing?
Q10: Was the clinching of the National League East title by the New York Mets last Saturday the best thing that has happened in the history of the world?