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Wyoming Liberty Group Calls For Elected State Board of Education

A government-appointed Board entrenches government priorities in the public education system and isolates the very people who use and pay for it. Continue reading

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WyLiberty Attorneys File Brief Highlighting Government Secrecy

CHEYENNE – Wyoming Liberty Group attorneys filed a supplemental brief with the United States Supreme Court today in the case Free Speech v. Federal Election Commission (FEC), discussing recent events at the FEC and how they should impact the Court’s … Continue reading

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Joint Education Committee Must Respect Role of Parents

CHEYENNE: Wyoming’s Joint Education Committee will meet on Friday, April 25 at 9:00 a.m. in Room 302 at the State Capitol to take public comment on the organization of public education. The Wyoming Liberty Group calls on legislators comprising the Committee … Continue reading

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Government Truth Commissions Make Politics Dirtier

In 2010, the website PolitiFact called Republican claims that Obamacare is a “government takeover” of healthcare the “Lie of the Year.”  Last year, PolitiFact gave the title to President Obama’s claim that under Obamacare “If you like your health care … Continue reading

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Keep Indoctrination out of Wyoming Schools

We should congratulate Wyoming’s legislature for defunding the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The NGSS are biased and riddled with propaganda designed to indoctrinate students and drive an eco-agenda. Continue reading

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New Education Organization Must Be Accountable to Parents

CHEYENNE: An education system with options such as public charter schools, homeschooling, opportunity/tax credit scholarships and a deregulated private school system top the list of public policy reforms the Wyoming Liberty Group will champion during the Joint Education Committee at its … Continue reading

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CREW Crickets on IRS Scandal

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 … Continue reading

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Wyoming Legislature Right to Defund Science Standards

Wyoming’s legislature made the right decision when it decided to keep partisan political viewpoints out of Wyoming schools. Continue reading

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Demons at Democracy’s Doorstep? A Reflection on McCutcheon

This year’s parade of electoral horribles is out again.  Every year that the Supreme Court hears a challenge to campaign finance laws a small band of self-titled reformers cry out in customary despair.  These last two weeks have been no … Continue reading

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Leave Parking to the Free Market

The principles of individual liberty, property rights and trust in the free market tell us that real estate development projects do not need government imposed off-street parking requirements. Although neither the old Cheyenne zoning laws nor the current Cheyenne UDC … Continue reading

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