Being an independent sports bookmaker in today’s highly popular world of Internet sports betting is a great way to make a living....
Rand Paul, son of Texas Congressman Ron Paul, has made it official this past week. His is running for Senator of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Frequent contributor to the Gambling911.com website and one time running mate for US President on the Libertarian ticket, Wayne Allyn Root voices his outrage over Ben Bernanke being selected as Tim
Congratulations to Chris Moorman for being PocketFives #1 worldwide player at the end of 2009. Chris is one of the first 5 chosen to be in the Brunson 10. We have some five young men representi
The Poker Players Alliance praised a South Carolina court for recognizing poker as a game of skill earlier this year. Nevertheless, five players -- Michael Williamson, Scott Richards, Bob Chiment
A Danish newspaper has suggested that US President Barack Obama is "Greater than Jesus". The Politiken, Denmark's oldest newspaper, featured an unsigned editorial this week.
"Obama is, of course, greater than Jesus - if we have to play that absurd Christmas game. But it is probably more meaningful to insist that with today's domestic triumph, that he has already assured himself a place in the history books - a space he has good chances of expanding considerably in coming years."
Senate President David Williams, R-Burkesville, suggested at a press conference on Wednesday that Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear exaggerated the current economic crisis in the commonwealth in orde
No more poker in 2010 in Great Britain.
That's the suggestion made by Victoria Coren of the Guardian Newspaper as part of her predictions for the year 2010.
You may see a few of these "Best of 2009 Poker and Online Gambling Stories" elsewhere, but Gambling911.com has the real heavy hitters, those stories that scored huge traffic wins. Yes,
No, there is public spat between Ron Paul and Sarah Palin like with the former Alaska Governor and California Governator Arnold Schwarzenegger...at least none that we are aware of. Instead both Palin and Paul have been doing something few of their fellow Republican colleagues appear capable of. More air time equals more respect and that's exactly what Palin and Paul have been getting of late.
Seen as a "desperation move" of sorts, the Commonwealth of Kentucky has filed a Motion for Leave to Join Additional Parties and to Amend their Complaint. Kentucky is now claiming that,
Mark your calendars Gambling911.com readers. Next Wednesday December 16, 2009 CNBC will present its original program "CNBC Investigates: The Big Business of Illegal Gambling". Until
There are few who will argue that Democratic Congressman Barney Frank has been great for the online gambling sector. While Frank has shifted his attempts to life online gambling prohibition by no
Special Contributor to the Gambling911.com website and 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential candidate, Wayne Allyn Root, tells Why the Heroes- "Moderate" Senators- are Actu
By Lorraine Woellert
Dec. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Internet-based poker games can be subject to manipulation, a top Federal Bureau of Investigation official said.
"There are several ways to cheat at online poker, none of which are legal," Shawn Henry, assistant director for the FBI's cyber division, wrote in a letter to Representative Spencer Bachus of Alabama.
The Poker Players Alliance (PPA), the leading poker grassroots advocacy group with more than one million members nationwide, today challenged statements made during the House Financial Services Com
One of the most spoken about bill being proposed on the House floor these days is co-sponsored by Texas Republican Ron Paul and opposed by Democratic chairman of the Financial Services Committee, B
The House Financial Services Committee on Thursday will discuss legislation introduced by Chairman Barney Frank (D-MA) that would regulate online gambling within the United States.
It wasn't just the online gambling sector and ally Congressman Barney Frank who wanted a delay to implementation of Web gambling prohibition. The banks made a similar request.
With all of the hype surrounding the release of Sarah Palin's book Going Rogue over the past week the public has taken notice of reports of other book releases on the horizon.
Was Goldman Sachs Forced to Make a Half Billion Dollar Payoff to the Minority Community as a (legal) Bribe to Obama?
The Poker Players Alliance (PPA), the leading poker grassroots advocacy group with more than one million members nationwide, today announced Tweet for Poker<
Rep. Anthony D.
ATLANTA (myfoxatlanta.com) - The Atlanta City Council, which shortened serving hours for the city's bars six years ago after a series of shootings and complaints about late-night rowdiness, may con
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 ma
Derek Harper, Press of Atlantic City
Gambling911.com frequent contributor and 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee, Wayne Allyn Root, was featured on a segment of CNBC Thursday. Root squared off against former Clinton Presiden
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 w
Poland appears to be the next in a long list of countries looking tighten the noose on its fledgling gambling industry.
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.
On Monday, a day before Corzine lost the election to Republican rival Chris Christie, a federal judge had allowed Corzine until Nov. 12 to file a complaint against a 17-year ban on sports wagering, overruling resistance from the federal Department of Justice.
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The contributions were made public on Sept. 20, per Federal Election Commission filings. The legislation was introduced Sept. 21.