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

The Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare in Wyoming

by Charlie Katebi
July 1, 2015


After months of anticipation, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Obama Administration in King v. Burwell and upheld the IRS’s authority to issue insurance subsidies on the federal insurance exchange as part of Obamacare. This decision gives cover … Continue reading

School Accountability: Putting Wyoming Parents in Jail

by Amy Edmonds
June 29, 2015


*This post was originally published on October 22, 2014. For those of you who do not follow the news closely, you may have missed a recent piece on Wyoming Attorney General’s (AG) August letter stating that parents do not have the right … Continue reading

Supreme Court Decision Sets Aside Rule of Law

by Charlie Katebi
June 26, 2015


Cheyenne:  The Supreme Court today upheld the authority of the IRS to pay subsidies on the federal insurance exchange under the Affordable Care Act, despite the law’s clear language that subsidies are available on exchanges “established by a state,” undermining … Continue reading

Supreme Court Strikes a Blow for Free Speech

by Boyd Wiggam
June 25, 2015


The United States Supreme Court unanimously struck down a town’s sign regulations in Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona because the regulations violated the First Amendment’s free speech guarantee. In so doing, the Court reminded Americans and their local governments … Continue reading

Behind the Scene Politics Being Played to Stop Wyoming Parents

by Amy Edmonds
June 22, 2015


This post was originally published on November 11, 2014. For Wyoming parents wondering what really happens behind the scenes to push the direction of statewide education policy, they need look no further.  A stunning video released this past week by the … Continue reading

Federal Land Mismanagement

by Charles Curley
June 17, 2015


With approximately half of Wyoming’s land in federal hands, it behooves Wyomingites to keep an eye on federal land [mis]management. Continue reading

Homeschooling on the Rise Nationally

by Amy Edmonds
June 16, 2015


Sheridan, Wyoming mom Sierra Mullinax traveled through the rolling hills of eastern Missouri recently, watching for Amish buggies to appear as she talked about her decision to change her children’s education. She and her kids were traveling on a 10-day, … Continue reading

Wyoming PAWS Results: A Trifecta of Education Misery

by Amy Edmonds
June 15, 2015


*This post was originally published on September 25, 2014. The Wyoming Department of Education on Monday released the statewide 2014 PAWS (Proficiency Assessment for Wyoming Students) results in what can only be described as a rather apologetic press release. Having … Continue reading

Direct Primary Care’s Promise

by Charlie Katebi
June 11, 2015


Progressives constantly frame the debate over healthcare reform as a false choice: should healthcare be financed through insurance companies or the government?  Both options leave patients at the mercy of third parties. Now an alternative known as Direct Primary Care … 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

The Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare in Wyoming

by Charlie Katebi
July 1, 2015


After months of anticipation, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Obama Administration in King v. Burwell and upheld the IRS’s authority to issue insurance subsidies on the federal insurance exchange as part of Obamacare. This decision gives cover … Continue reading

School Accountability: Putting Wyoming Parents in Jail

by Amy Edmonds
June 29, 2015


*This post was originally published on October 22, 2014. For those of you who do not follow the news closely, you may have missed a recent piece on Wyoming Attorney General’s (AG) August letter stating that parents do not have the right … Continue reading

Supreme Court Decision Sets Aside Rule of Law

by Charlie Katebi
June 26, 2015


Cheyenne:  The Supreme Court today upheld the authority of the IRS to pay subsidies on the federal insurance exchange under the Affordable Care Act, despite the law’s clear language that subsidies are available on exchanges “established by a state,” undermining … Continue reading

Supreme Court Strikes a Blow for Free Speech

by Boyd Wiggam
June 25, 2015


The United States Supreme Court unanimously struck down a town’s sign regulations in Reed v. Town of Gilbert, Arizona because the regulations violated the First Amendment’s free speech guarantee. In so doing, the Court reminded Americans and their local governments … Continue reading

Behind the Scene Politics Being Played to Stop Wyoming Parents

by Amy Edmonds
June 22, 2015


This post was originally published on November 11, 2014. For Wyoming parents wondering what really happens behind the scenes to push the direction of statewide education policy, they need look no further.  A stunning video released this past week by the … Continue reading


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