Reject the Lodging Tax Grab

by Maureen Bader
October 21, 2014


The Laramie County Commissioners voted to put the continuation of the 4 percent lodging tax on the ballot on November 4th. This is a fairly safe tax for commissioners to support as many voters believe out-of-county, if not out-of-state, visitors … Continue reading

Ebola or Global Warming – An Agency Out of Focus

by Jason Gay
October 20, 2014


We are currently watching the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) experience a complete meltdown in public confidence. As the Ebola epidemic in West Africa became a matter of public concern in the U.S., we saw the CDC promptly … Continue reading

Ebola, Government and Health Care

by Sven Larson
October 16, 2014


When government asks people to trust it, and then fails to provide that trust, even Ebola can slip through the cracks of the crumbling tax-funded promises. Continue reading

Pension Reform – Who Controls our Retirement Future?

by Maureen Bader


Talk of pension reform in the government sector starts the usual hand wringing among those who think they know best for everyone else. At the moment, Wyoming’s government signs most of its workers up to a defined benefit pension plan, … Continue reading

“Let’s be Real Here”? A Retort

by Steve Klein
October 15, 2014


After five years of gridlock, last week a majority of four of six commissioners at the Federal Election Commission finally voted to update the FEC’s regulations to comply with the Citizens United decision. For years, the three commissioners representing the … Continue reading

Pension Reform – Time for a Reality Check

by Maureen Bader
October 13, 2014


Often, government promises create nothing but the illusion of security. Pension promises are a good example. Government has promised to support government workers in their retirement, but because of the fundamental flaws in the government pension system, this promise is an illusion. Continue reading

An End to Political Witch Hunts

by Benjamin Barr
October 7, 2014


An unfortunate trend in election law is emerging across America.  Campaign finance laws—first designed to supposedly eliminate corruption in government—often instead become the tools of political operatives used to delay, impede, and harass opponents.  In other words, campaign finance reform … Continue reading

Embracing a Prospective First Amendment for Campaign Finance Disclosure

by Steve Klein
October 3, 2014


One of the silliest carve-outs (or exceptions) in modern campaign finance law is the so-called “Socialist Workers” exemption to campaign finance reporting. The Supreme Court ruled in the 1976 case Buckley v. Valeo that if certain groups could show retaliation … Continue reading

The “flipped classroom method” isn’t the Only Thing Flipped with Common Core

by Christina Larson
October 2, 2014


Imagine you work as a carpenter, building a house. One day you show up for work and the general contractor tells you he wants you to do the plumbing. You scratch your head and say “but… I don’t know the … Continue reading

WyLiberty Arguments End Political Inquisition in Texas

by admin
October 1, 2014


CHEYENNE – The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals ruled in Texas v. DeLay today that evidence used to convict former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay of money laundering and conspiracy in 2010 was insufficient, affirming an earlier appeal that overturned … Continue reading

Reject the Lodging Tax Grab

by Maureen Bader
October 21, 2014


The Laramie County Commissioners voted to put the continuation of the 4 percent lodging tax on the ballot on November 4th. This is a fairly safe tax for commissioners to support as many voters believe out-of-county, if not out-of-state, visitors … Continue reading

Ebola or Global Warming – An Agency Out of Focus

by Jason Gay
October 20, 2014


We are currently watching the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) experience a complete meltdown in public confidence. As the Ebola epidemic in West Africa became a matter of public concern in the U.S., we saw the CDC promptly … Continue reading

Ebola, Government and Health Care

by Sven Larson
October 16, 2014


When government asks people to trust it, and then fails to provide that trust, even Ebola can slip through the cracks of the crumbling tax-funded promises. Continue reading

Pension Reform – Who Controls our Retirement Future?

by Maureen Bader


Talk of pension reform in the government sector starts the usual hand wringing among those who think they know best for everyone else. At the moment, Wyoming’s government signs most of its workers up to a defined benefit pension plan, … Continue reading

“Let’s be Real Here”? A Retort

by Steve Klein
October 15, 2014


After five years of gridlock, last week a majority of four of six commissioners at the Federal Election Commission finally voted to update the FEC’s regulations to comply with the Citizens United decision. For years, the three commissioners representing the … Continue reading

Pension Reform – Time for a Reality Check

by Maureen Bader
October 13, 2014


Often, government promises create nothing but the illusion of security. Pension promises are a good example. Government has promised to support government workers in their retirement, but because of the fundamental flaws in the government pension system, this promise is an illusion. Continue reading


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