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Threatening the President of the United States: Quiz

  

Question 1: In the case of Watts v. United States, the ________ ruled that mere political hyperbole must be distinguished from true threats.
United States CongressUnited States courts of appealsSupreme Court of the United StatesUnited States Constitution

Question 2: [7] According to some reports, President George W. Bush received about 3,000 threats a year, while his successor, ________, receives about four times that many.
John Edwards2008 Democratic National ConventionBarack Obama2004 Democratic National Convention

Question 3: The offense is punishable by five years in prison,[1] a $250,000 fine,[21] a $100 special assessment,[22] and 3 years of ________.
PardonDouble jeopardyParoleCapital punishment

Question 4: In 2005, a teacher instructed her senior civics and economics class to take photographs to illustrate the rights contained in the ________.
Separation of powers under the United States ConstitutionUnited States Declaration of IndependenceUnited States ConstitutionUnited States Bill of Rights

Question 5: In 1996, pastor ________ told then President Bill Clinton, "God will hold you to account, Mr.
Washington, D.C.Paul SchenckPennsylvaniaHillary Rodham Clinton

Question 6: [18] Similar issues have arisen on ________.
FacebookMySpaceLast.fmYouTube

Question 7: In 2010, a man was charged for posting a poem entitled "The Sniper" about the President's assassination on a ________ website.
SupremacismRacismWhite supremacyRacial segregation

Question 8: The ________ set a base offense level of 12 for sending threatening communication, but when a threat to the President is involved, a 6-level "official victim" enhancement applies.
United States Federal Sentencing GuidelinesMarylandDelawarePennsylvania

Question 9: President," referencing a recent veto of a ban on ________.
Intact dilation and extractionPartial-Birth Abortion Ban ActStenberg v. CarhartRoe v. Wade

Question 10: History records that applause and laughter frequently greeted ________'s predictions of the future of the German Jews.
Nazi GermanyAdolf HitlerSchutzstaffelNazi Party
















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