Taken fourth overall by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2010 NFL Draft, Green has become one of the league’s elite wide receivers. He’s already earned All Pro honors twice (2012 13) and has played in the Pro Bowl all four years in which he was eligible. He has become the first player in Cincinnati franchise history to reach the 1,000 yard receiving milestone in each of his first four seasons.
LEAVENWORTH, KS As our nation debates the proper response to yet another mass shooting, a Kansas congressional candidate is getting a lot of negative attention online.Republican Tyler Tannahill, 31, launched an giveaway on his Facebook page the day before the shooting in Florida that left 17 people dead.The Kansas congressional hopeful from Leavenworth said hundreds have already registered for his raffle.The man running for the 2nd Congressional District seat held by retiring Republican Lynn Jenkins describes himself as an “avid sportsman. Defended it by saying his team came up with the giveaway to support his campaign weeks ago to coincide with the Republican National Convention in Wichita this weekend.misconception is people are accusing me of launching this because of the shooting, but we launched it a day before, he said.However, Tannahill’s post has not been taken down following the shooting.When asked if he was still going to give away the AR 15, he said, still going to continue with it. People aren calling for gun stores to shut down today.
Should the Second Amendment be repealed? Of course not. But it seems that reasonable steps can reduce the carnage while protecting gun rights. From 1994 to 2004, there was a ban on semi automatic weapons; it probably is not a coincidence that mass shootings have increased since that ban was allowed to lapse.
The punky QB, next to Walter Payton my favorite player from this era. I remember thinking that the Bears had finally found a Quarterback after he was drafted. Known for his brashness what is often overlooked was his leadership and his ability to read defenses.
High schools must have a graduation and completion index of at least 85 for full accreditation.”Holding high schools accountable for outcomes encourages early interventions before students are at risk of dropping out,” Board of Education President Eleanor B. Saslaw said. “It is a critical component of the board effort to ensure that Virginia graduates are college and career ready.”In 30 provisionally accredited high schools, achievement in English, mathematics, history and science met state standards, and graduation was within five points of the 85 point benchmark.