More statue controversy please! This is a losing issue for Democrats. Every poll says that Americans overwhelmingly think the statues should stay. The Marist poll just taken shows that 62% of all Americans want the statues to remain as historical figures. Only 27% say they "should be removed because they are offensive to some people." 11% unsure.
Here's a site where you can see the range of the effects of a nuclear detonation. You drag the icon--it's in NYC by default--to anyplace you'd like. You can pick the size of the weapon in the "preset" menu. I figure the most obvious targets in the Southland would be the harbor and San Onofre.
Granted totally hypothetical but wouldn't this be for the best? Bishop Gorman has won the Nevada state championship in '07, '09, '10, '11, '12, '13, '14, '15 & '16.They win the state championship game by scores of 84-8. Gorman has a monopoly over the talent in Las Vegas. If they move to the Trinity League they will at least have competition.
Every team in the Trinity League including Gorman h [...]
Prep Force put out their preseason poll and has St. Thomas Aquinas #1. They are going to look real silly after the first week.
1 St. Thomas Aquinas Ft. Lauderdale, FL 2 Mater Dei Santa Ana, CA 3 IMG Academy Bradenton, FL 4 Bishop Gorman Las Vegas, NV 5 St John Bosco Bellfower, CA 6 Grayson Loganville, GA 7 Centennial Corona, CA 8 American Heritage Plantation, FL 9 Allen Allen, TX 10 Desot [...]