CREW Crickets on IRS Scandal

by Steve Klein
April 14, 2014


CREW—Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington—opposes just about every free speech position on campaign finance law, and supplements its policy arguments with a good deal of obfuscation. Such is politics. Nevertheless, recent revelations in the IRS scandal show that … Continue reading

Wyoming Legislature Right to Defund Science Standards

by Maureen Bader
April 11, 2014


Wyoming’s legislature made the right decision when it decided to keep partisan political viewpoints out of Wyoming schools. Continue reading

Demons at Democracy’s Doorstep? A Reflection on McCutcheon

by Benjamin Barr
April 10, 2014


This year’s parade of electoral horribles is out again.  Every year that the Supreme Court hears a challenge to campaign finance laws a small band of self-titled reformers cry out in customary despair.  These last two weeks have been no … Continue reading

Leave Parking to the Free Market

by Boyd Wiggam
April 9, 2014


The principles of individual liberty, property rights and trust in the free market tell us that real estate development projects do not need government imposed off-street parking requirements. Although neither the old Cheyenne zoning laws nor the current Cheyenne UDC … Continue reading

Wyoming Committee to Consider Drone Regulation

by Steve Klein
April 8, 2014


Next month (May 12 and 13) the Joint Judiciary Interim Committee will meet in Rawlins in the first of three meetings between the 2014 and 2015 legislative sessions. One of the topics they will address is drones, more technically known … Continue reading

WyLiberty Attorneys Call for Immediate Change to Wyoming Election Law

by admin
April 7, 2014


CHEYENNE – Wyoming Liberty Group attorneys delivered a letter to the Wyoming Secretary of State and Attorney General today, asking them to immediately cease enforcement of a provision of the Wyoming Election Code that limits aggregate political contributions in state … Continue reading

Corporate Welfare in Wyoming

by Maureen Bader
April 3, 2014


This bill is bad news for Wyoming taxpayers because it resurrects a once-dead-and-buried government-spending program that wasted millions of hard-earned taxpayers dollars. Continue reading

Wyoming’s Congressional Delegation Must Stand Against All Corporate Welfare Schemes

by admin
April 2, 2014


“Corporate welfare is a waste of hard-earned taxpayers’ money, no matter which state the federal government throws it at,” said Maureen Bader, Wyoming Liberty Group economist. “Wyoming’s congressional delegation must take a principled stand and call for the elimination of tax-dollar handouts to business in every state.” Continue reading

What Are Your Property Rights?

by Boyd Wiggam


Local elected officials are often asked to vote for or against a private landowner’s application to build something on private property.  Respect for private property rights means that an official should start with the presumption that she or he will … Continue reading

Health Insurance Requirements are Overstated and Unnecessary

by admin
March 31, 2014


“Insurance companies are trying to push people into buying coverage with sky-high price tags,” said Regina Meena, Policy Expert for the Wyoming Liberty Group. “But people need to understand they are no longer required to purchase health insurance, courtesy of the Supreme Court ruling, and that they may not have to pay a tax either.” Continue reading

CREW Crickets on IRS Scandal

by Steve Klein
April 14, 2014


CREW—Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington—opposes just about every free speech position on campaign finance law, and supplements its policy arguments with a good deal of obfuscation. Such is politics. Nevertheless, recent revelations in the IRS scandal show that … Continue reading

Wyoming Legislature Right to Defund Science Standards

by Maureen Bader
April 11, 2014


Wyoming’s legislature made the right decision when it decided to keep partisan political viewpoints out of Wyoming schools. Continue reading

Demons at Democracy’s Doorstep? A Reflection on McCutcheon

by Benjamin Barr
April 10, 2014


This year’s parade of electoral horribles is out again.  Every year that the Supreme Court hears a challenge to campaign finance laws a small band of self-titled reformers cry out in customary despair.  These last two weeks have been no … Continue reading

Leave Parking to the Free Market

by Boyd Wiggam
April 9, 2014


The principles of individual liberty, property rights and trust in the free market tell us that real estate development projects do not need government imposed off-street parking requirements. Although neither the old Cheyenne zoning laws nor the current Cheyenne UDC … Continue reading

Wyoming Committee to Consider Drone Regulation

by Steve Klein
April 8, 2014


Next month (May 12 and 13) the Joint Judiciary Interim Committee will meet in Rawlins in the first of three meetings between the 2014 and 2015 legislative sessions. One of the topics they will address is drones, more technically known … Continue reading

WyLiberty Attorneys Call for Immediate Change to Wyoming Election Law

by admin
April 7, 2014


CHEYENNE – Wyoming Liberty Group attorneys delivered a letter to the Wyoming Secretary of State and Attorney General today, asking them to immediately cease enforcement of a provision of the Wyoming Election Code that limits aggregate political contributions in state … Continue reading


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