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Is The City of Cheyenne Open to Business?

The Cheyenne City Council’s decision about allowing a retail liquor license owner to sell his license to Cheyenne’s Sam’s Club is about more than liquor policy. It is really a referendum on whether Cheyenne is open to business. Perhaps not. The Council Finance Committee recommends that the Council block the sale. This is a signal to investors that the City is willing to flex its muscle to protect favored locals at the expense of outside investors.

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Common Core Promises Remain Unfulfilled

Common Core has been one of the most polarizing education initiatives ever conceived by national education bureaucrats. From its conception it has divided and angered hundreds of thousands of parents across the country. They created huge numbers of grassroots organizations, including several here in Wyoming, to oppose this corrosive education scheme. These groups have spent years working to eliminate the Common Core Standards and the testing scenarios that accompany them.

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Utopia or Reality in Education?

Great American men of letters like Russell Kirk and M.E. Bradford have written much about the contrast between those who favor human realities and those who wish to impose utopias on human society.  While we are tempted to consign these considerations to the dusty shelves of aging libraries, we do so at our peril.  Government utopias are phony constructs that cost taxpayers and citizens dearly; they leave in their wake decades of destruction, as history has shown us.

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Amy Edmonds spoke to Chuck Gray about the dangers of shutting Wyoming parents out of the Science Standards debate and why not being afraid to hear conflict in our halls of government is the sign of a free and healthy society

Amy Edmonds spoke to Chuck Gray about the dangers of shutting Wyoming parents out of the Science Standards debate and why not being afraid to hear conflict in our halls of government is the sign of a free and healthy society. June 11, 2015

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The Boogeyman in Public Education

Last week I wrote about free speech in public education and how one community in Wyoming (Cody) is up in arms, neighbor fighting neighbor, over the eminent purchase of a K-8 reading curriculum.

What in the world could get folks so worked up that they would start calling one another racists and bigots? What is in this curriculum?

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The Curious Case of Free Speech in Education

In what can only be seen as a very strange case in Cody, WY, a small group of parents and public school teachers have sent out a letter to the local elected school board demanding their fellow citizens be denied the right to participate in a proposed public hearing.

The entire episode centers on a decision soon to be made by the school board to purchase a number of reading curriculums for grades K-7 at a cost of around $200,000 to the district taxpayers.

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Amy Edmonds talks more about our 2015 educational goals and why looking at public policy differently is so important

Amy Edmonds talks more about our 2015 educational goals and why looking at public policy differently is so important. Amy talks about why the voluntary act of charity is foundational and how government can not and should not serve that role. April 1, 2015

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