Wyoming Liberty Group
Jason Gay discusses WyLiberty’s second movie of the summer, The Man Who Killed Liberty Valance, a story showing why it is important to get involved in your community and exercise your right to vote. June 19, 2014 – KGAB.
Maureen Bader talks to KGAB listeners about WyLiberty’s upcoming movie nights, starting with Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead. Ayn Rand’s message in this movie is just as relevant today as it was back in 1949, so if you haven’t read the book or seen the movie before, listen to this podcast for a quick overview. May 15, 2014 – KGAB.
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 CREW selectively applies its standards of “responsibility and ethics” to those they disagree with over policy matters.
Maureen Bader explained how corporate welfare wastes your money and why we will see more it if people don’t make their views known, with Gary Freeman on KGAB. April 11, 2014 – KGAB Radio in Cheyenne.
By Bradley Harrington
Published in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle on March 19, 2014
“If Congress can employ money indefinitely to the general welfare, and are the sole and supreme judges of the general welfare ... It would subvert the very foundations, and transmute the very nature of the limited government established by the people of America; and what inferences might be drawn, or what consequences ensue, from such a step, it is incumbent on us all to consider.” -James Madison to the U.S. House, 1792 -
And now, 222 years later, as the United States on all levels continues to flounder socially, politically and economically, it is “incumbent on us all to consider” as well.
Most homeowners seem to understand that if they make long term spending decisions based on windfall revenue, they could lose their homes. Most politicians seem to understand that if they make long term spending decisions based on windfall revenue, they’ll get re-elected. In Gov. Mead’s something for everyone 2015-16 biennial budget, most of the revenue used to fund spending increases is coming from capital gains.