Tag Archives: President

Trivia 11/29/18: Pardon me?

With the latest pleas by former associates of the President in the news lately, there has been speculation that President may simply pardon them as part of the deal. The power to pardon is granted to the President of the United States by Article II, Section 2, Clause 1 of the Constitution; the only limits being that pardons are limited to federal offenses, and that they cannot affect an impeachment process:

QUESTION:

Our question for tonight is which US President has issued the most pardons?

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Trivia Question for December 7, 2017 – Presidential Fire Trivia

In light of the recent fires all around the Southland we have a bit of fire trivia tonight.

You’ll note that the Skirball fire which ignited yesterday morning along the 405 near Getty Center burned essentially in part of the same place as the Bel Air Fire 56 years ago.

QUESTION
Tonight’s trivia question is which US President was forced to evacuate from the Bel Air fire of 1961.

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Trivia Question for May 11, 2017 – Which US President liked using the word “iffy”?

The phrase “Prime the Pump” recently came up as something our current president has claimed to have originated, but of course  has been with us for quite while.

Tonight’s trivia question has to do with favorite words of US Presidents.

QUESTION: Which president liked to use the word “iffy”?
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Trivia Question for September 17, 2015 – California Pres and Vice Pres

California Map

Yesterday, the GOP candidates met for a debate at the Ronald Regan Presidential Library in Simi Valley.  So, because politics was on the mind, tonight we have a political question for you.

 

QUESTION:

How many Presidents and how many Vice Presidents were born in the state of California?

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Trivia Question July 2, 2015 – Dead Presidents

US Flag4th of July & Deceased presidents

The 4th is commonly referred to as the birth of a nation, in this case America and we celebrate it with a national holiday and all it’s trappings on July 4th, the date Declaration of Independence was signed by the founding fathers.

QUESTION:

Coincidentally two founding fathers also died on this date.  Who are the two?

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