The Legislative Building Some clear thinking (at least on this issue) Nevada politicians have introduced Assembly Bill 258, which provides for Nevada regulating online poker to the degree reasonably possible. Unlike some other bills designed to be punitive to the… Continue Reading
This is not a political blog, but it seems that some ideas need to be put forth. It becomes more obvious by the day that our current “leaders” from either major political party are unable to solve our country’s problems.… Continue Reading
NFL Hires Full-Time Lobbyist to Attack Online Gambling The NFL owes much of its popularity to gambling, online and otherwise. How many millions of people wouldn’t bother to watch a bunch of overstuffed, single-digit IQ thugs running around charging into… Continue Reading
My friend The Engineer is still trying to help get repealed the despicable anti-online gambling legislation that some unscrupulous Congress-swine sneaked through the system. This horrible legislation has harmed many skilled players and sports bettors, putting some out of business… Continue Reading
Click here to see the proposed regulations. iMEGA has comments on the proposed regulations at http://www.imega.org/2007/10/03/imega-on-proposed-uigea-regulations/ Click here for instructions re submitting comments on proposed regulations. Thanks to BJ21.com Green Chip member The Engineer for posting this information.
My friend The Engineer continues his tireless struggle against the sleazy politicians who want to take away still more of our freedoms. For updates on his efforts, click here.
My friend The Engineer has done a great job helping to try to repeal the disgusting UIGEA that some sleazy, cowardly politicians snuck through Congress last year. The Engineer wrote: If you enjoy your freedom to gamble online, you… Continue Reading
On BJ21.com Green Chip my friend The Engineer has been posting weekly updates to his remarkable work to try to repeal the horrible anti-online gambling law enacted last year. The Engineer has put hundreds of hours into his admirable effort.… Continue Reading
According to this news article, Internet gambling charges against an executive with a British company were dismissed Tuesday in exchange for $400,000 after extradition issues left the case nearly impossible to prosecute, St. Landry Parish District Attorney’s Office announced. If… Continue Reading
The Bear Growls: U.S. government’s witch hunt February 2, 2007 I have often growled at government arrogance, hypocrisy, incompetence and stupidity. But this time, the U.S. government’s witch hunt against online casino operators has gone way over the top. Harassing… Continue Reading