Wyoming Liberty Group
Editor’s Note: The following is a review of the film “Won’t Back Down,” which was published by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy upon the movie’s release last fall. The Wyoming Liberty Group will screen”Won’t Back Down”July 11 at 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Please join us for a great, liberty-inspired film and an informative conversation about public education led by Amy Edmonds and Bruce Edward Walker.
Ask any five people what they consider to be the American Dream and you’ll get five completely different answers. Ask Amanda Luther what’s her version of the American Dream and she’ll more than likely respond very specifically.
Ms. Luther, a resident of Cody, wishes to become a master sommelier – an accredited wine expert – according to an article in the Casper Star-Tribune. And to that end this writer sincerely offers up a toast for all the luck and success in the world.
Maureen Bader’s letter to the editor pointing out the fallacies in a Casper Star Tribune’s editorial was printed in that paper on January 2, 2102. Please read on or check out the video edition
[The Casper Star Tribune] editorial regarding a lottery in Wyoming feeds the fallacy that what the Wyoming government needs is more money.
Humberto Fontova, a native of Havana, Cuba, shares his views on Fidel Castro and Ernesto “Che” Guevara and how the main stream media and pop culture have distorted their roles in the Communist revolution in Cuba.