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Podcast: Will Congress the Dice to Prohibit Internet Gambling?

Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President for Legal and Public Affairs, discusses the 1951 federal Wire Act, internet sports betting and the history of state regulation of gambling across the country.

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April 21, 2017 • 01:23 pm

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Questions of the Week
Week of April 19th 2017
Which one of the following decades saw the origin of individual income taxes in the U.S.?
1780s
1860s
1890s
1900s
Week of April 12th 2017
Which one of the following is the only private home in the U.S. to have been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage site?
Falling Water, PA
Hearst Castle, CA
Monticello, VA
Winterthur, DE
Week of April 5th 2017
Which one of the following Senate Majority Leaders eliminated filibusters for the vast majority of presidential nominations?
Robert Byrd
Tom Daschle
Trent Lott
Harry Reid
Week of March 29th 2017
Which one of the following notable events did NOT take place on March 29?
The last U.S. troops were withdrawn from Viet Nam
The first telephone was installed in the Oval Office
President Reagan was shot by John Hinckley, Jr.
The final campaign of the Civil War began
Week of March 22nd 2017
Which one of the following do Presidents Jimmy Carter, Andrew Johnson, William Henry Harrison and Zachary Taylor all have in common?
All served 2 full terms in office
All previously served in the U.S. Congress
None made any U.S. Supreme Court appointments
None were married
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"House Republicans are reportedly ready to return any day now to health-insurance reform after the spectacular failure in late March of the American Health Care Act, the resoundingly unpopular bill to 'replace' the long-unpopular and misnamed Affordable Care Act. This time, they need to deliver: After seven years of promises to repeal Obamacare root and branch, the party can't go back to the voters…[more]
 
 
—Dan McLaughlin, Esq., National Review OnLine Contributing Columnist
— Dan McLaughlin, Esq., National Review OnLine Contributing Columnist
 
Liberty Poll   

In light of current international threat levels, do you believe Congress will sufficiently fund the U.S. military to begin replenishing necessary major equipment shortages?