Who will be the next president? Who will win the upcoming midterm elections? Is Barack Obama still the right guy for the job? The most powerful man in the world is under a lot of pressure and opinions very greatly about who did or does a good job in the oval office and who does not.
John F Kennedy who died too young, Richard Nixon who run into Watergate, Bill Clinton with all his achievements and failures, George Bush who most in the world disliked except Americans and finally Barack Obama who stands for change but finds it hard to change Washington - which one is your favourite. Let us know!
American politics have always fascinated the world. The make decisions on everything from climate change to regulating online casino sites. A lot can change depending on the President and thus he has to not only find friends in America but also around the world. Bush went into war, Clinton didn't. Obama has already made a lot of change, but will he be able to hang onto power? Let us know what you think and vote now!
'American Idol' singer Clay Aiken seeks win in first political bid
ASHEBORO N.C. (Reuters) - "American Idol" runner-up Clay Aiken is back on tour. This time he is trying to win over North Carolina voters with his political chops rather than his voice, and he has less than two weeks left to do it.
Reporter quits Chicago newspaper, says governor candidate influenced paper
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A veteran Illinois political reporter quit his job at the Chicago Sun-Times on Wednesday and accused the newspaper of bowing to pressure from Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner by removing him from the campaign beat.
Former Bellevue, Wash., official accused of stealing pro-gun campaign sign
SEATTLE (Reuters) - A former City Council member in Bellevue, Washington, has been accused of stealing campaign signs urging voters to block the expansion of background checks for gun buyers in the state, police said on Wednesday.
Suspended South Carolina speaker to plead guilty to ethics charges: report
CHARLESTON S.C. (Reuters) - Suspended South Carolina House of Representatives Speaker Bobby Harrell is expected to plead guilty to criminal ethics charges related to misuse of campaign money and misconduct in office, a local newspaper reported on Wednesday.
Congressman should have been 'more sensitive' in suicide remarks: spokesman
JUNEAU (Reuters) - A U.S. congressman should have taken a more "sensitive approach" when talking about teen suicide to a group of Alaska high school students he was addressing after a classmate recently took his own life, a spokesman said on Wednesday.
|It has been reported that if the bill to bring casinos to Massachusetts is not approved it will cost the state about 15,000 jobs. The plan is to create three casinos with all the usual casino games to help the economy and employment situation. As gambling at a casino online in the US is illegal it is expected that a land-based casino would be very popular.|
|Michelle Obama on Radio|
|Michelle Obama is scheduled to appear on Glendale radio station this week. Apparently there will be no street closures or further publicity on this visit.|
|Las Vegas Visit|
|When will Obama visit Vegas again? His previous trip was in June to the University of Nevada and the campaign rally for Harry Reid at the Aria Hotel-Casino. Apparently the UK Prime Minister attends regular events at casinos in London, even frequenting the events of a UK casino at times.|
|US Presidents - Casino Heist|
|French police are on a man-hunt for a group of men who stole €240,000 from a casino dressed as American presidents. This just goes to show that it is much safer to play at casino en ligne as opposed to a regular casino. If you choose a casino en ligne gratuit you even get to play for free.|
|Midterm elections on November 2nd|
|The Midterm elections are being held tomorrow and polls suggest that the Democrats will lose their majority in the Senate as well as in the House of Representative. Furthermore there are a few governors up for re-election including Arnold Schwarzenegger most likely the most famous governor ever. Both Democrats and Republicans are campaigning hard to gain more influence. If the Democrats loose the control of the Congress it will be hard for Obama to push further changes through. Bets are being placed already on who will win, with most favoring the Republicans. Get your bet in before voting closes at a sport betting operators or while playing at a casino online.|
|Casinos campaigning for changes in legislation|
|In 2006 the US introduced a new law which basically prohibited online casino and sport betting companies to operate. Many gambling companies moved out of the market and focused elsewhere. After the financial crisis many land-based casinos are struggling and are looking for ways to diversify online. One option is to push for new legislations on online gambling. Companies are hoping to be able to enter the online poker market to start with. Poker has become very popular. You can play it not only at a land based casino but also at an online casino. Gambling operators are hoping to be able to legally tap into that hype.|
|New Casinos creating jobs|
|With sky rocking unemployment rates the US praising any industry which creates new jobs. New casinos in Maryland, Philadelphia as well as in Las Vegas are creating thousands of new jobs in hospitality and for employees working in the casino itself. The Cosmopolitan casino for example just received its licences and is offering over 1500 people a new job.
If you are looking for a job I would recommend playing at an online casino first. Here you can practice and improve your skills. The casino games are very similar to each other online and offline. At an online casino you can even play games in different languages such as Spanish casino and in German online casino spiele. Speaking an additional language can always be useful, even when working in a casino.