The odds on US politics make for strange reading. Celebrities are running in elections here, there and everywhere. Democrats are still chasing their tails and looking for January 6th justice. All whilst the Republicans pervert democracy in pursuit of victory whatever the cost to the country. Anyone in the US gambling laws of common decency will keep democracy alive and well in the good ole’ US of A needs to think again. It was never very much of a democracy in the first place. ... read more

Washington DC is, the old joke says, just Hollywood for ugly people. Given some of the theatrics in the Senate recently, that’s easily believed. Naturally, a bet on Donald Trump being impeached is a little silly. Unfortunately, so are lots of the 2020 Oscars betting odds. Online betting sites in the US like Bovada barely offer any opportunity so short priced at the favorites. What should be a close contest already looks like a foregone conclusion. Much like the impeachment trial alas. ... read more

Any bet on politics in the US is a little risky. Predictability is hardly a trait it has exhibited of late. That applies from Donald Trump’s Impeachment trial in the Senate all the way through to the Democratic primaries. So looking at the polls, and the odds at online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada, Bernie is winning. But before you rush out to place a bet on Bernie Sanders to win in Iowa, take a closer look. Those odds on Bernie Sanders might just be a tad misleading. ... read more

It’s an election year and for only the third time in history, a US president is on trial in the Senate. The Democrats want the President impeached over the Ukraine scandal. Senate Republicans have other ideas. That’s why the 2020 Presidential election odds on Donald Trump continue to keep him as firm favorite. Online sportsbook sites in the US, like Bovada, still offer just 8/11 on him retaining the White House. However, do remember, there’s a long way to go until November. ... read more