Dear Editor, To those who know me, or read me, know I am strongly opposed to web shops (gambling), not so much from a Christian point of view as from social perspective. And so I was not surprised to read the story on Page 5 of The Tribune on Thursday, …
In the Roman Empire’s waning years, when its citizens could not afford bread, its leaders chose to appease and pacify the masses with the spectacle and sport of the arena. Instead of spending their dwindling coffers on running the empire and making sure its people were fed, the government instead chose to buy and import sand to fill the colosseums.
I wish to refer to the Business Section of the Nassau Guardian of April 8th entitled “Nine Companies Apply for Gaming Licenses” and wish to share with your readers some statistics I researched from the article.