Wyoming Liberty Group
Boyd Wiggam and Chuck Gray from KVOC talk about the Western Watershed’s suit against the state of Wyoming. October 7, 2015
In keeping with the sentiment expressed in my last blog about participation rather than non-participatory criticism, I have submitted my application for service on the WY State Advisory Council on Juvenile Justice to the Council as well as the Governor’s office. I have been told by a member of the Council that I am from an “over-represented” Judicial District, and that I probably won’t be appointed.
My Buddy JJ, his nickname after his inherited brand, would be described by all who know him as the quintessential Western Man, capable, tough, reliable, solid, an excellent Hunter and Horseman, a man of his word, a good neighbor, a Top Hand. His face lights up when he speaks of time spent, or to be spent with his daughter. In the manner of many solitary men, he considers problems, and issues for miles of distance on horse back or while driving a truck. When he states a viewpoint it is always well thought out, he has explored it from many angles. One afternoon as we discussed politics as he and I do, our heads tilted into a mild late January Wyoming breeze, his comment on grumbling people and the lack of voter participation was the above quote.
On August 13, 2015 the Casper Star Tribune ran a story entitled Natrona County students organize around ditching the dress code.
This is the introduction to a 2015 series on juvenile rights starting with one that happens to be in the news and that appears to be lawful protest through civil disobedience. Here is the story in brief.
Steve Klein talks civil asset forfeiture with Doug Randall on KGAB. Although the proceeds of drug crime should be forfeited, it should only come after a criminal conviction. Aug. 13, 2015
Steve Klein talks civil asset forfeiture with Chuck Gray on KVOC. Yes, proceeds of drug crimes should be forfeited, but only after a criminal conviction. Aug. 13, 2015