Wyoming Liberty Group
When Cheyenne voters rejected the city administrator proposal last fall, they reaffirmed their commitment to vote responsibly and placed a special emphasis on this year’s mayoral elections. Those same voters must now examine each candidate and vote for who is best-equipped to do the day-to-day job of managing the city. It is never an easy job, and the fact that ten people filed applications for mayor makes vetting the candidates even more difficult.
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 the meaning of words and the separation of powers, Wyoming Liberty Group said today.
Wyoming Liberty Group stands for the principled application of commonsense to leverage good policy so as to limit government interference in our lives. We stand behind our faith, our families, and our culture — these are things our political process has forgotten and ignored. It is high time to take back Our lives, Our Dreams, and Our Way of Life.
We are proud of those truckers who dare to make a point of the urgent necessity for restoring constitutional law in America. We like the fact that the Constitution of the United States, must coordinate with the Wyoming Constitution under the principle of dual sovereignty, because state constitutions can provide specific protections.
Last November we published Ben Barr’s One Thousand Roads to Liberty: The Unexamined Case for RS 2477 and Sovereignty (available for download as a Liberty Brief). The paper details the history of RS 2477, a federal law passed in 1866 that provided for a “right of way for the construction of highways over public lands, not reserved for public uses,” and what it should mean for Wyoming.