www.GetGovernmentOutofGambling.org is edited by Paul Davies, the Maggie Walker Fellow at the Institute for American Values. Davies is a journalist who has worked at The Wall Street Journal, Worth magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Philadelphia Daily News as well as newspapers in Connecticut, Florida and Maryland. A series of editorials he wrote on casino gambling at The Inquirer was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in 2009. An investigative series on predatory lending he wrote at the Daily News was a finalist for a Gerald Loeb Award. Davies received a bachelors degree from the University of Delaware and a masters in journalism from Columbia University, where he was also a Knight-Bagehot Fellow. Email him at: .
Paul Davies has written many editorials and columns on the government’s leading role when it comes to the explosion of legalized gambling. Here’s a link to some of his pieces:
- Nothing sweet about Sugar House casino in Philly
- Inquirer Editorial: Christie’s casino
- Pa. gambling lessons from a great educator
- Editorial: Slots for tots
- Got luck? Or just ‘suck’
- Two different approaches