Disinfecting Healthcare Prices with Sunlight

by Charlie Katebi
July 31, 2015


When we walk into a hospital, we have access to a cornucopia of different tests, procedures, and specialists. What we will hardly ever see is how much all of this costs. When insurers pay most of the bill, patients have … Continue reading

Will a Multi-Million Dollar Man Stop the Muddle?

by Maureen Bader
July 21, 2015


As dreams of palaces turn into nightmares, Wyoming’s Capitol renovation project muddles along to fiscal disaster. After paying millions to design and architectural consultants and having state employees work on the project for more than a year, the committee has … Continue reading

Wyoming Welcomes Out-of-State Doctors

by Charlie Katebi
July 17, 2015


Governor Mead is by no stretch of the imagination a visionary government reformer. However, he took a big step towards expanding healthcare access in Wyoming by signing the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact into law. This will allow out-of-state physicians to … Continue reading

WyLiberty Brief Helps End Wisconsin Political Investigation

by admin
July 16, 2015


MADISON, WI — Today, the Wisconsin Supreme Court issued its ruling in “The John Doe Cases,” an appeal consolidating numerous cases relating to a secret investigation of numerous political groups and citizens in the state. In its ruling, the court … Continue reading

Derailing the Runaway Renovation

by Maureen Bader
July 15, 2015


To ensure our children and grandchildren are free from a legacy of debt and higher taxes as a result of Capitol Renovation overdrive, the Oversight committee must excise all palatial visions and get back to the basic renovation originally proposed. The people of Wyoming cannot afford to fund a monument to the egos of some legislators. Continue reading

Capitol Reno Budget Dashes Out of Control

by Maureen Bader
July 14, 2015


With no final design in sight and visions of palaces dancing in legislator’s heads, the Capitol reconstruction project is now $1 million over budget. St. Nicholas’s sleigh may be full of toys but what he seems to be leaving the … Continue reading

King v. Burwell Sets Obamacare on Path to Destruction

by Charlie Katebi
July 10, 2015


Following the Supreme Court’s creative reading of Obamacare in its King v. Burwell decision, politicians rejoiced, including those in Wyoming. Governor Matt Mead said in a Press Release: “This decision allows 17,000 people in Wyoming to continue to receive a … Continue reading

Bike Plan is a Special Interest Assault on other City Residents

by Boyd Wiggam
July 8, 2015


City planners and other advocates of traditional neighborhood design should not be so quick to remove residential curbside parking to accommodate dedicated bicycle lanes in older neighborhoods. Like many government “solutions,” the proposed cure is worse than the original problem. … Continue reading

Canada – A Health Care Utopia?

by Maureen Bader
July 7, 2015


Imagine being told by your doctor that you are too young for a knee replacement or even worse, waiting so long for bariatric surgery that you die. If you think this could never happen, think again. Continue reading

Some Thoughts on Kim Love and Free Speech

by Steve Klein
July 2, 2015


When Kim Love, owner of Sheridan Media, took out a radio ad attacking Wyoming Rep. Mark Jennings through the organization Citizens for Good Government (CGG) a few weeks ago, political advertising hit a low point. The ad states: There’s a philosophy here … Continue reading

Disinfecting Healthcare Prices with Sunlight

by Charlie Katebi
July 31, 2015


When we walk into a hospital, we have access to a cornucopia of different tests, procedures, and specialists. What we will hardly ever see is how much all of this costs. When insurers pay most of the bill, patients have … Continue reading

Will a Multi-Million Dollar Man Stop the Muddle?

by Maureen Bader
July 21, 2015


As dreams of palaces turn into nightmares, Wyoming’s Capitol renovation project muddles along to fiscal disaster. After paying millions to design and architectural consultants and having state employees work on the project for more than a year, the committee has … Continue reading

Wyoming Welcomes Out-of-State Doctors

by Charlie Katebi
July 17, 2015


Governor Mead is by no stretch of the imagination a visionary government reformer. However, he took a big step towards expanding healthcare access in Wyoming by signing the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact into law. This will allow out-of-state physicians to … Continue reading

WyLiberty Brief Helps End Wisconsin Political Investigation

by admin
July 16, 2015


MADISON, WI — Today, the Wisconsin Supreme Court issued its ruling in “The John Doe Cases,” an appeal consolidating numerous cases relating to a secret investigation of numerous political groups and citizens in the state. In its ruling, the court … Continue reading

Derailing the Runaway Renovation

by Maureen Bader
July 15, 2015


To ensure our children and grandchildren are free from a legacy of debt and higher taxes as a result of Capitol Renovation overdrive, the Oversight committee must excise all palatial visions and get back to the basic renovation originally proposed. The people of Wyoming cannot afford to fund a monument to the egos of some legislators. Continue reading

Capitol Reno Budget Dashes Out of Control

by Maureen Bader
July 14, 2015


With no final design in sight and visions of palaces dancing in legislator’s heads, the Capitol reconstruction project is now $1 million over budget. St. Nicholas’s sleigh may be full of toys but what he seems to be leaving the … Continue reading


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