- WyLiberty Goes to the Movies !
June 13, 2013, 6:00 pm
Join WyLiberty as we watch the film "2081." The film is the 2010 adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut's short story, "Harrison Bergeron."
We will begin the evening with a short introduction of the film by our resident film and literature critic Bruce Walker, followed by the film with a running time of 25 minutes. After the film we encourage everyone to stay and discuss what they took away from the film.
Popcorn and soda will be provided
1902 Thomes Ave. - At the corner of 19th & Thomes in Cheyenne !
- WyLiberty Goes to the Movies !
Most Read Posts
Tags2012 Budget Session 2013 General Session American economy Budget budget cuts Citizens United Climate change commerce clause Constitution Economic Liberty Economics Education Environmentalism federalism First Amendment Free Speech Game and Fish gas tax global warming Government Spending gun control gun rights Health Care Health Care Freedom Amendment health freedom Healthy Frontiers Internet land rights Legislature Liberty Medicaid news Obamacare over regulation Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act pension Politics RS 2477 Sovereignty Stimulus Taxation Tenth Amendment transparency US Supreme Court wyoming
Tag Archives: Economics
A blog written by Amy Edmonds and me (“Tax Revenues Suffer from Sluggish Wyoming Economy”) about the tax revenue structure of the Wyoming state government gave rise to important questions. Among them, some people have questioned why we simply cannot … Continue reading
Recent employment numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that Wyoming is not out of the recession yet – far from it. Total non-farm employment is going nowhere: · In the fourth quarter of 2011 a total of 289,600 … Continue reading
There has been a lot of public debate about the internet sales tax. Proponents argue that it will level the playing field between online retailers and brick-and-mortar stores; critics say the tax will increase the burden on consumers and depress … Continue reading
The so called Cyprus Bank Heist, where the government took as much as 40 percent of large-balance bank accounts above 100,000 euros, did not make a huge splash in American media. The reason is probably that it seemed like an … Continue reading
The decision to start confiscating bank deposits in Cyprus was not something that Europe’s political leadership came up with on a whim. It’s been long in the making, part of a carefully laid-out plan. Those who believe that Cyprus was … Continue reading
It is a well-known fact that the more tax revenues our legislators get their hands on, the more they spend. The reason is not necessarily that they want more government at any cost. Many of our elected officials are simply … Continue reading
The more the federal deficit grows, the closer we get to an untenable situation where panic will drive policy and stabilizing, long-term solutions will fall off the political radar screen. We still have time to design a pathway out of … Continue reading
Sometimes it is important to take a step back and review the “big picture” of big government. The battle currently unfolding in America between the statists who want more government and conservatives, libertarians and others who want less government, is … Continue reading
The first two parts of my three-part series on the economic benefits of limiting government (part 1 here and part 2 here) analyzed the significant gains that we can harvest with only a few steps of curtailing the growth of … Continue reading
In the first part of this three-part series on the economic benefits of limiting government I explained that: Private sector jobs produce 2.3 to 2.6 times more economic value than state and local government jobs; Between 2007 and 2010 state … Continue reading