THE IRON PEN by Daniel Hite

February 24, 2010

Casino Opponents denied on Gaming Commission Agenda

Filed under: Liberty,politics — danielhite @ 6:44 am
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This morning, “Save the Confluence” coalition casino opponents will not be allowed time on the agenda of the Missouri Gaming Commission meeting at St. Louis County Council chambers at 9:00 AM. The coalition is made up of a broad range of organizations and individuals representing moral, religious, environmental, and economic concerns regarding the building of a new casino in the Columbia Bottoms area in North St. Louis County, just south of the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. The St. Louis County Council has not listened to the people and has proceeded with the preliminaries for the new casino development, and now the MO Gaming Commission closes its ears to the concerns of the people. Government is not only unresponsive to public concerns, but is totally bent on a course counter to their wishes. This is very apparent from local to state to national levels. Enough is enough. They may be silenced in public meetings, but voters can speak in coming primaries and elections! It is time for citizens to reclaim all levels of government and for deaf, uninformed public servants to be retired from public life. To use Lincoln’s words, government of the people, by the people, and for the people needs a new birth of freedom in America. I am praying that 2010 is the year.



  1. 2-24-10

    Thank you, Mr. Hite, for speaking so clearly to this critical issue.


    the Charles Williams Family

    Comment by The Williams Family — February 24, 2010 @ 6:58 pm | Reply

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