School Choice Provides Real Taxpayer Savings

by Amy Edmonds
September 2, 2015


This fall Wyoming legislators are busy attending interim Committee meetings on a variety of subjects, all of which will be addressed in the cold winter months of February and March during the 2016 Budget Session. Current trends indicate long-term budget … Continue reading

WyLiberty Testifies in Favor of Direct Primary Care

by Charlie Katebi
August 27, 2015


Lovell, WY- The Wyoming Liberty Group testified in favor of Direct Primary Care before the Joint Labor, Health, and Social Services Interim Committee this week, an innovative healthcare payment plan that if exempted from state insurance regulations would expand health … Continue reading

Halt the March to Fuel Poverty in Wyoming

by Maureen Bader
August 24, 2015


Although politicians leave the cost of corporate welfare out of their rhetoric, it doesn’t mean everyone is taken in by the spin. But do the people of Wyoming think handouts to private businesses benefit them? Continue reading

The Killing Fields of Socialized Healthcare

by Charlie Katebi
August 21, 2015


The Department of Veterans Affairs is the perfect example of socialized healthcare. The federal government owns all the hospitals, employs all the staff, and leaves patients to languish and sometimes die on waitlists. A year after news broke that VA … Continue reading

Cutting Waste from the Wyoming Budget

by Maureen Bader
August 19, 2015


Instead of putting a new spin on a bad program and hurting communities and families along the way, legislators must get out of the way by reducing regulation and lowering taxes so people are freed to make their own wealth creating investment decisions. Continue reading

WyLiberty Releases Survey Results Detailing Voter Disapproval of Corporate Welfare

by Maureen Bader


Wyoming Liberty Group released the results of a survey today that asked 500 likely voters in Wyoming their opinion on the state government’s use of tax dollars to benefit private companies. Continue reading

The Legislature Can Help Fix Wyoming’s City Government Problems

by Boyd Wiggam
August 18, 2015


Wyoming’s two largest cities are currently struggling to define how city leadership will work in the near future. Cheyenne’s City Council is pressing forward with a proposal to strip the elected mayor of most of his authority in favor of … Continue reading

Healthcare is a Dangerous Thing to Waste

by Charlie Katebi
August 14, 2015


Contrary to the claim of Obamacare’s supporters, patients have too much access to healthcare. When insurers cover most of our bills, we’re encouraged to take every test and procedure our doctors recommend, regardless of their value. Obamacare has made this … Continue reading

Business Ready Communities or Corporate Welfare?

by Maureen Bader
August 13, 2015


The Wyoming Business Council (WBC) enables a number of programs that funnel tax dollars to private companies. When the WBC asked the State Loan and Investment Board for a $1.35 million grant for a Wyoming town to benefit a private … Continue reading

Cheyenne City Administrator Proposal Would Undermine the Influence of Residents

by Boyd Wiggam
August 12, 2015


The Cheyenne City Council made some important changes to the proposed City Administrator Charter Ordinance before sending the whole question to Cheyenne’s voters. However, even those improvements are not enough to cure the fundamental ills that plague the council’s the … Continue reading

School Choice Provides Real Taxpayer Savings

by Amy Edmonds
September 2, 2015


This fall Wyoming legislators are busy attending interim Committee meetings on a variety of subjects, all of which will be addressed in the cold winter months of February and March during the 2016 Budget Session. Current trends indicate long-term budget … Continue reading

WyLiberty Testifies in Favor of Direct Primary Care

by Charlie Katebi
August 27, 2015


Lovell, WY- The Wyoming Liberty Group testified in favor of Direct Primary Care before the Joint Labor, Health, and Social Services Interim Committee this week, an innovative healthcare payment plan that if exempted from state insurance regulations would expand health … Continue reading

Halt the March to Fuel Poverty in Wyoming

by Maureen Bader
August 24, 2015


Although politicians leave the cost of corporate welfare out of their rhetoric, it doesn’t mean everyone is taken in by the spin. But do the people of Wyoming think handouts to private businesses benefit them? Continue reading

The Killing Fields of Socialized Healthcare

by Charlie Katebi
August 21, 2015


The Department of Veterans Affairs is the perfect example of socialized healthcare. The federal government owns all the hospitals, employs all the staff, and leaves patients to languish and sometimes die on waitlists. A year after news broke that VA … Continue reading

Cutting Waste from the Wyoming Budget

by Maureen Bader
August 19, 2015


Instead of putting a new spin on a bad program and hurting communities and families along the way, legislators must get out of the way by reducing regulation and lowering taxes so people are freed to make their own wealth creating investment decisions. Continue reading

WyLiberty Releases Survey Results Detailing Voter Disapproval of Corporate Welfare

by Maureen Bader


Wyoming Liberty Group released the results of a survey today that asked 500 likely voters in Wyoming their opinion on the state government’s use of tax dollars to benefit private companies. Continue reading


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