Former Titan LB Keith Bulluck Charged With DWI

Former Titan LB Keith Bulluck Charged With DWI: Keith J. Bulluck was born in April of 1977 and is a retired NFL player.  In high school Bulluck was a multiple sport star but football was his passion. Bulluck played for Syracuse University during his college career.  In his senior year, Bulluck had 138 tackles to lead the Big East; Bulluck also received the Bill Horr Award as Syracuse’s most valuable player.  Bulluck was drafted by the Tennessee Titans in the initial round of the 2000 NFL Draft.  Bulluck played for the Titans for ten years and was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2003.  In 2004 Bulluck lead the NFL in tackles after amassing 152.  In 2007 he netted five interceptions, a Titan record for linebackers. #FormerTitanLBKeithBulluckChargedWithDWI Former Titan LB Keith Bulluck Charged With DWI:  In February of 2016, Bulluck was involved in a single car accident in Nashville,  Tennessee.  Apparently Bulluck ran off the roadway striking a electric pole.  The police responded and reported finding Bulluck standing by himself outside the vehicle.  The police reported a distinct smell of an alcoholic beverage on his breath, red and watery eyes as well as slurred speech.  The police also indicated he was uneasy on his feet.  Bulluck naively reported drinking two beers at a bar and engaged in roadside gymnastics designed to develop probable cause to justify a DUI arrest.  Bulluck also fell for the police trick of rating himself on a scale of one to ten with 10 being the highest possible degree of intoxication.  Bulluck rated himself a three thus admitting to being intoxicated.  The best answer to...

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Three States Might Lower the Drinking Age

Three States Might Lower the Drinking Age:  In July of 1984, then President Ronald Reagan signed the National Minimum Drinking Age Act requiring each state to raise its drinking age to 21 years of age or face a reduction in highway funds.  The effect of this Act was to make persons 18 years of age adults in every aspect of life except the right to legally consume alcohol.  Mothers Against Drunk Driving, a group dedicated to enacting prohibition against alcohol for all Americans, claim that the Act has saved more than 25,000 lives; however, MADD’s math may be suspect. Many believe that the prohibition has actually encouraged binge drinking and negative behavior that costs lives.  For example, at James Madison University when alcohol was sold on campus students had no reason to leave campus to acquire alcohol.  Without a reason to leave campus, students were not drinking and driving.  Unfortunately with the age ban students now travel off campus in vehicles after drinking. Students also consume shots of alcohol to obtain a nightlong buzz to avoid being stopped for carrying alcohol.  Last year a JMU student died from an alcohol overdose.  #ThreeStatesMightLowerTheDrinkingAge Three States Might Lower the Drinking Age:  In 2016 New Hampshire Representative Max Abramson offered legislation allowing 18 to 20 year olds to drink beer and wine when in the company of someone 21 years of age or older.  Abramson justified this change by pointing out that no other western country prohibited persons 19 or younger from drinking and all of those countries had much lower teenage alcoholism rates that this country.  In California a proposed ballet...