The presentation at the Rosenmeier Center forum at Central Lakes College in Brainerd on Wednesday night was informative and fairly well attended. One disturbing aspect, I think, was that fact that most of us there were over 50 years old.
Today, Saturday, Jan. 25, I was watching CNN and they were interviewing an expert from law enforcement who was giving a negative opinion on how safe the Russians were going to be able to keep the athletes at the Olympics.
There’s a lot of confusion surrounding how charitable gaming in Minnesota works and what gets to the bottom line for mission work. The typical gaming charity in Minnesota returns 82 cents of every dollar wagered to the local players in the form of prizes.
Corporate greed in the form of outsourcing jobs to third world countries in sweat shops that pay pennies on the dollar to what Americans can make on welfare, to outsourcing technological jobs to India, Pakistan, China, etc.