When politicians get together and make a gambling authority to oversee and monitor the casinos in Nevada, they inadvertently create one of the most significant abuse of power and greed that exists in the world today. Why do I say this? Well, because the Gambling Commission and the politicians who created the commission, did so to be able to safeguard the gambling industry from competition. Of course, the result of this is obvious in the way that the gaming industry operates.
Perhaps in retrospect, state and city leaders would also be better off if they'd retained the Convention Center available and instead put on big events and putting all of their hard-earned money into a gaming facility that pays absolutely no taxation and pays small amounts for using the property in the center of the greatest city in the nation. The reason for this is simple; there's no money in Macau, because Macau is broke. The people who have the properties surrounding the Convention Center are only interested in using the tax money that comes in, to pay their own executives and rent out their property. This is exactly what is happening in Las Vegas, with the Clark County Recreation and Parks Department.
Now then, I wish to go into detail about the legal aspects of gaming in Las Vegas, that's the primary and first article. What I am about to tell you is extremely disturbing and shows the entire lack of ethics of politicians trying to pass laws that serve only the interest of part