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Online Gambling News Outlets Being Replaced By Propaganda Media

Back before online gambling was an issue that every American knew about, there were dozens of online gambling news sites that were bringing information to the public regarding online gambling. Sites that were created with the sole purpose of spreading the word on an industry that, at the time, was thought of by the national media as underground.

Now, after years of providing the breaking news within the online gaming industry, the online sites have given way to local and national media outlets. Although they came into the game late, the national media has caught up quickly, and is now spreading the word to millions of Americans.

Online poker is legal in the US. That is an opinion shared by hundreds of legal analysts across the US. Despite what the government would like gamblers to believe, there is nothing illegal about going to a computer, accessing an online poker site, depositing money, and playing a game regulated in dozens of countries.

That was the premise that helped start the online gaming news sites. Years and years went by, with the culture changing ever-so-slowly when it came to the public opinion on Internet poker. Only in the past couple of years have the national media started to look at the issue from a viewpoint other than what they have been fed by the government.

"These national media outlets are making the same points now that online news sites have been making for years," said Gaming Analyst Steve Schwartz. "Back five, ten years ago, you would never see a CNN, ABC, MSNBC, or Fox, report any news on Internet gambling. Now, it is almost impossible to get through a day without some major news network running a story on how ridiculous the US' online gambling laws are."

And ridiculous they are. The same lawmakers objecting to online gambling regulations, are pushing for laws that allow people to carry guns in public more freely. It has been a largely Conservative movement to keep Internet gambling prohibition in place, but lawmakers who have taken that position are now starting to take the heat.

"The recent US crackdown against PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker, two of the places where millions of Americans were playing poker, has drawn attention to lawmakers who created the UIGEA (Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act), and it is my belief that poker players are upset, and the results of that disappointment will show in the next election," said Schwartz.

As for the media, the actual news on the issues relating to online gambling has been put on the back-burner, replaced with the propaganda that comes along with news agencies with political ties. The online sites that brought America the real news are becoming obsolete, and that is not a good thing for those who have enjoying hearing the truth for all these years.

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