Sarah Palin Favored to be Republican Nominee in 2012

Sarah Palin
With all this talk about the newly released Sarah Palin book, "Going Rogue: an American Life", Gambling911.com decided to take a look at the former Republican Vice Presidential running mate’s odds of being nominated the US Presidential candidate in 2012.

Corzine Will Postpone Joining Sports-Wagering Suit

Gov. Jon S. Corzine wants to allow Gov.-elect Chris Christie to decide whether or not the Governor's Office will join a lawsuit that seeks to overturn the existing federal ban on sports wagers, according to court filings.

Root on CNBC: Stands Up For Small Business

Wayne Allyn Root
Gambling911.com frequent contributor and 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee, Wayne Allyn Root, was featured on a segment of CNBC Thursday.

Barney Frank Present During Pot Bust

Barney Frank Marijuana Bust
A leading opponent for the online poker industry, Congressman Barney Frank, was present when his partner’s home was raided during a pot bust in 2007. The story came out in the Boston Globe last week.

Poland Laws Will Affect Online Gambling

Poland appears to be the next in a long list of countries looking tighten the noose on its fledgling gambling industry.

Corzine Will Continue to Fight NJ Sports Betting Ban

Undaunted by his electoral defeat, Gov. Jon S. Corzine will proceed with his plan to join a legal battle to bring sports betting to New Jersey, according to his office.

Unemployment Hits 10.2%: Obama on Path to Economic Ruin

Wayne Allyn Root is a regular Gambling911.com commentator who offers his assessment on unemployment numbers hitting 10.2 percent and his outspoken views on President Obama.

Online Poker Regulation Could Mean $41 Bil. For US

online poker
As the clock continues to tick, inching closer and closer to the official December 1st compliance deadline for the Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act, a new report just may be enough to get the attention of lawmakers and cause them to slam on the brakes.

Gov.: Ky. Needs to Act on Casinos After Ohio Vote

Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear said it's time for the state to act on approving expanded gambling now that Ohio voters approved casinos in four cities.

Wayne Allyn Root: Citizen’s Revolution Has Begun

What a night! I cheered and celebrated watching Republicans sweep the Virginia and New Jersey Governor's races (as well as other key races across the country in traditionally Democratic states like Pennsylvania).

Chris Christie Win in New Jersey Won’t Hurt Sports Betting Suit

Following a decision by a New Jersey court on Monday, Governor Jon Corzine was granted permission to join a much ballyhooed law suit to legalize online sports betting in that state.

New Jersey Gubernatorial Race Odds Close

New Jersey Gubernatorial Race
Gamblers at the online betting exchange intrade.com believe there is a 40 percent chance that Democrat Jon Corzine will win the New Jersey gubernatorial race. Those might not be the best odds in the world.

Jon Corzine Can Now Join in NJ Sports Betting Suit

Jon Corzine New Jersey Sports Betting
In breaking news, a New Jersey court on Monday ruled that Jon Corzine can now participate in a suit to legalize sports betting in the state.

Campbell Brown Calls Out White House on Fox News Bias

CNN’s Campbell Brown reported on the White House attempt to label Fox News as some type of “bias news media”. Good for her. So what if Fox News offers more of a “Conservative” slant and the same goes for MSNBC and their Liberal leanings.

Wayne Root "The Conscience of a Libertarian" Hits #1

The Wayne Allyn Root book "The Conscience of a Libertarian" has just hit #1 in the USA in BUSINESS at Amazon.com

Virginia Gubernatorial Race: 95% Chance of Republican Win

Virginia Gubernatorial Race
If gamblers have anything to say about the Virginia Gubernatorial race, Republican candidate Bob McDonnell will win, possibly in a landslide.

Jon Kyl "No" Vote for Women Again

First he lashed out at the idea of women getting healthcare coverage for maternity, now Arizona Republican Senator and online gambling antagonist Jon Kyl is at it again. This time he has voted against a woman's right to sue her employer if she claims sexual abuse from co-workers.

Government Doesn’t do Much for Wynn … or Does it?

Las Vegas casino magnate Steve Wynn has lately been sounding a bit like his arch rival, Sheldon Adelson, the tough-talking owner of Las Vegas Sands who doubles as Republican fundraiser and conservative ideologue.

Rand Paul: The Kentucky Positive for Online Gambling

While much of the talk surrounding the Commonwealth of Kentucky within the online gambling sector has dealt with Governor Stephen Beshear’s failed attempt to seize some 141 domain names related to Internet gaming, not all is bad in Kentucky. In a hotly contested Senate race, the online gambling industry will be focusing on Republican Rand Paul.

Barney Frank Launches Preemptive Strike on UIGEA Rules

As the day to implement the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) rules quickly approaches, Representative Barney Frank has shifted his attention back towards the highly controversial debate.

Poker News: Pappas Pays Barney Frank $75K

"House Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank (D-Mass.) (also) made out handsomely this summer, bringing in nearly $70,000 from the Managed Funds Association and John Pappas of the Poker Players Alliance." (Roll Call, 10.19.2009)

Jon Kyl Not Insensitive to Women Says Pro Life Group

Jon Kyl
Following a debate about healthcare whereby Arizona Republican Senator Jon Kyl lashed out that he did not need maternity care, women's groups quickly went on the offensive, backed heavily by the online gambling sector, which itself has also been the target of Kyl's "insensitive" remarks in the past.

Rush Limbaugh, Freedom and the NFL by Wayne Root

Rush Limbaugh NFL
With all this talk about Right Wing commentator Rush Limbaugh potentially buying the lowly St. Louis Rams NFL franchise, 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential candidate and special contributor to the Gambling911.com website, Wayne Allyn Root, has chimed in on the controversial subject.

Rush Limbaugh NFL Fallout Continues With Sharpton Outrage

Al Sharpton Rush Limbaugh NFL
We knew it wouldn’t be long until the Reverend Al Sharpton stepped in to express his disgust over the prospect of Right Wing Conservative, Rush Limbaugh, potentially buying the St. Louis Rams NFL franchise. African American players have already gone on record as saying they would not play for a team owned by Limbaugh, who they claim is racist.

Obama Nobel Peace Prize Paid 25/1 Odds

The odds of US President Barack Obama winning the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009 turned out to be pretty steep, ranging anywhere from 18/1 to 25/1 depending on the online bookmaker. Paddy Power and BetZoo.com were both offering odds on who would win the coveted prize.
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