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Wyoming Liberty Group’s Ben Barr debates Equality State Policy Center’s Dan Neal and Sarah Gorin on Citizens United v FEC. The live broad cast will start at noon.
Last year, the United States Supreme Court ruled in Citizens United v. FEC that corporations and labor unions are protected by the First Amendment and cannot be restricted from making independent expenditures in political campaigns. This ruling came in the … Continue reading
Outgoing Gov. Dave Freudenthal signed the plan of operation for the “Healthy Frontiers” pilot project, on Nov. 30. This state-funded health care program purports to transition enrollees into jobs that provide private insurance for them. About 36 percent of Wyoming’s … Continue reading
This is the live stream of Dan Mitchell’s presentation in Cheyenne. The stream will be live at noon on Nov. 11 and will be archived here.
November’s elections results will undoubtedly affect federal tax policy with a direct impact on Wyoming businesses. On November 11th, Wyoming Liberty Group is hosting a lunch presentation by Dan Mitchell at The Plains Hotel in downtown Cheyenne. Mitchell, a Senior … Continue reading
The University of Wyoming Young Constitutionalists in cooperation with Wyoming Liberty Group Invite you to attend “The Earned Gift of Discernment – Liberty! How to recognize and speak out against political bias and propaganda.” The free event is Saturday Oct. … Continue reading
By Sven Larson, Ph.D. Originally published on HawaiiReporter.com As this is written, in August 2010, the Social Security system is running a deficit. Its ability to support future retirement benefits for Americans is rapidly withering away. Fixes have been offered, … Continue reading
Recently, something oddly appropriate occurred – state legislators sued the state over portions of its election law. The litigation is born of noble origin: Four legislators filed suit to preserve the constitutional rights of residents to criticize or applaud them. … Continue reading
Somewhere around the Fourth of July, Governor Freudenthal threatened to sell an attractive parcel of state land located in the confines of Grand Teton National Park. For more than a decade, Wyoming has worked to strike a deal with the … Continue reading
In my last post, I described the benefits of the Supreme Court’s opinion in McDonald v. City of Chicago while taking issue with the Court’s adopted mode of analysis. The Court also released Christian Legal Society v. Hastings College of … Continue reading