For casinos, another competitive threat

The New London Day newspaper needs to hire a proof reader?

New England Casinos.

Once again I ask the question

How is it that “Indians,” with Reservations get to build casinos off the reservations however,

no one else can?

The purpose of a new age reservation was to give back some land


allow gaming on it!

Casino Indians are building satellites all over New England and are now extremely upset because states want the same rights!

It is past time for a little payback, states citizens get to bankrupt the so-called natives of the states, as they have been doing to state citizens for years!

For casinos, another competitive threat

Add northern New Jersey to the list of places that could do southeastern Connecticut’s casinos harm.

Northern New Jersey

January 14. 2016

One of the potential sites, in Bergen County, is the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, which includes MetLife Stadium, long familiar to Connecticut fans as the home of the New York Giants and New York Jets of the NFL.

A billion-dollar casino at the Meadowlands would take business away from Foxwoods Resort Casino and Mohegan Sun,

which are facing more immediate threats, a leading gaming expert said Thursday.

MGM Resorts International’s plan to build a destination resort casino in Springfield, just a few miles from Connecticut’s northern border, was potentially catastrophic for the state’s tribal casinos, which had been reeling for years.

Show us your “Blood?”

One of the many ways to tell a descendent of any traditional ancestor

of the first people of this land is by

their pinky fingers.

Although it is sometime weak in the male and lower on the list,

it is a fact!


Kevin Brown, chairman of the Mohegan Tribal council, left,

and Rodney Butler, chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal council,

during an interview in New London on Tuesday, Nov. 24. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

After first contact natives blood became polluted with germs

not seen in this land fingers and toes were the first victims of diseases.