Should charities run casinos? After all they host golf tournaments. Why not poker tables? Or, craps? In Reno, why not run an a bordello? For some charities it might count as program related investment. They could staff it with politicians, lobbyists and think tank thinkers. Anyway, here, via National Committee on Responsive Philanthropy, is a NY Times article, citing Rick Cohen, executive director of NCRP. I will mention the vic rackets for charity to Bill Schambra as a Free Market Solution. Maybe he can get Scooter Libby involved, or better yet, Bill Bennett.