Tax Reform a Better Alternative to Corporate Welfare

by Maureen Bader
April 15, 2015


A lower, simpler tax system that treats each taxpayer equitably is preferable to government picking winners for special handouts while making losers out of taxpayers. Continue reading

The Urgent Case for School Choice in Wyoming

by Amy Edmonds
April 14, 2015


In writing a piece about why school choice is the right choice for parents in Wyoming I could start by reciting a whole slew of numbers regarding graduation rates, college enrollment, academic achievement and taxpayer savings. These figures are readily … Continue reading

New Facts Reveal More Problems with Civil Forfeiture in Wyoming

by Steve Klein
April 13, 2015


In the 2015 Wyoming Legislative Session, Senate File 14, or Senate Enrolled Act 1 (SEA 1), would have overhauled Wyoming’s drug forfeiture laws to require a felony conviction before alleged drug property (cash, cars, firearms and the like) could be … Continue reading

April Fools! Medicaid’s Promises are a Joke

by Charlie Katebi
April 10, 2015


On the day before April Fool’s Day, Armstrong v. Exceptional Child Center buried any illusion that Medicaid Expansion will improve access to health care.  In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court barred doctors, dentists and pharmacists from suing states … Continue reading

Evidence Clearly in Favor of State Land Management

by Christina Larson
April 8, 2015


The Wilderness Society is currently in the middle of a misguided petition campaign to stop the transfer of federal lands into state hands. The organization’s mission says they aim to “contribute to better protection, stewardship and restoration of our public … Continue reading

Wyoming Becomes an Alternative Energy Producer

by Maureen Bader
April 7, 2015


It is not for state legislators to force Wyoming taxpayers to go on risky adventures with unproven projects people are unwilling to put their own money towards. If legislators were interested in doing more than just appearing to do something, they would get out of the way by reducing regulation and lowering taxes so people are freed to make real investment decisions. Continue reading

No Need To Panic Over King v. Burwell

by Charlie Katebi
April 2, 2015


Ever since David King sued the federal government for illegally subsidizing health insurance payments on federal exchanges, governors in states with federal exchanges have scrambled to make contingency plans.  Reactions ranged from Bobby Jindal of Louisiana consulting Congressional leaders on … Continue reading

A Demographic Reality-Check for Downtown Cheyenne

by Boyd Wiggam
April 1, 2015


Local government promoters continually discuss how to use tax dollars to revive downtowns. Cheyenne is no different. During the run-up to the 2014 Cheyenne City Council elections, the local newspaper asked candidates what they would do to improve Cheyenne’s downtown. … Continue reading

Coal Alchemy and Corporate Welfare

by Maureen Bader
March 31, 2015


A Wyoming love story For thousands of years, alchemists tried to change base metals into gold. Today, this lofty goal rests unachieved, but its legacy remains. Now, instead of changing lead to gold, crafty alchemists look to change money from … Continue reading

WyLiberty Brief Helps Turn Tide in Texas Free Speech Case

by admin
March 26, 2015


DALLAS, TX – The Texas Fifth Court of Appeals ruled yesterday in Cary v. Texas that evidence presented by state prosecutors to convict David Cary of bribery, money laundering and engaging in organized criminal activity was legally insufficient. The state … Continue reading

Tax Reform a Better Alternative to Corporate Welfare

by Maureen Bader
April 15, 2015


A lower, simpler tax system that treats each taxpayer equitably is preferable to government picking winners for special handouts while making losers out of taxpayers. Continue reading

The Urgent Case for School Choice in Wyoming

by Amy Edmonds
April 14, 2015


In writing a piece about why school choice is the right choice for parents in Wyoming I could start by reciting a whole slew of numbers regarding graduation rates, college enrollment, academic achievement and taxpayer savings. These figures are readily … Continue reading

New Facts Reveal More Problems with Civil Forfeiture in Wyoming

by Steve Klein
April 13, 2015


In the 2015 Wyoming Legislative Session, Senate File 14, or Senate Enrolled Act 1 (SEA 1), would have overhauled Wyoming’s drug forfeiture laws to require a felony conviction before alleged drug property (cash, cars, firearms and the like) could be … Continue reading

April Fools! Medicaid’s Promises are a Joke

by Charlie Katebi
April 10, 2015


On the day before April Fool’s Day, Armstrong v. Exceptional Child Center buried any illusion that Medicaid Expansion will improve access to health care.  In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court barred doctors, dentists and pharmacists from suing states … Continue reading

Evidence Clearly in Favor of State Land Management

by Christina Larson
April 8, 2015


The Wilderness Society is currently in the middle of a misguided petition campaign to stop the transfer of federal lands into state hands. The organization’s mission says they aim to “contribute to better protection, stewardship and restoration of our public … Continue reading

Wyoming Becomes an Alternative Energy Producer

by Maureen Bader
April 7, 2015


It is not for state legislators to force Wyoming taxpayers to go on risky adventures with unproven projects people are unwilling to put their own money towards. If legislators were interested in doing more than just appearing to do something, they would get out of the way by reducing regulation and lowering taxes so people are freed to make real investment decisions. Continue reading


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