The 66th Wyoming Legislature is in session, kind of barely without the urgency to return to normalcy. So far the Legislature has met for a paltry nine days. In that time the legislature has had only 254 votes on a variety of bills. Compared to the first nine days of the last general session in… Read More »Legislative session sputters to life
Rally the troops, your rights are being left unprotected! Okay, that may overstate it a bit, but I would encourage you to write your legislators and ask them to support HJ-0002, it will protect your health care rights. Also please let Rep. John Bear know you appreciate this resolution. He’s worked tirelessly to get it… Read More »HJ-2, a good idea to protect our rights
The Wyoming Legislature is scheduled to meet soon; let’s examine a few bills due for consideration as of January 5th, 2021. HB 2 School buildings and facilities study: This bill is a $6 million colossal waste of money. Most if not all of the information could be obtained simply by asking the superintendents of each… Read More »The bills so far…
Howdy and Happy New Year! Things are starting to heat up as we near the start of 2021’s general legislative session. As is normal, politicians are willing to use any crisis to accomplish their goals. Wyoming’s legislative leadership wants to hold the first part of the critical 2021 General Session online. We need leadership that… Read More »Whatever happened to cowboying up?
Happy Thanksgiving! This year has been bizarre. Despite that, we all have lots to be thankful for, even if things aren’t turning out as you’d expected or wanted. Take time to pray for those that have COVID, including Governor Mark Gordon. I had this miserable disease. It is not something I’d wish on anyone. If… Read More »Happy Thanksgiving (with a side of politics)
Wyoming, we’re in for continued high spending and high tax next two years with the election of new Republican House Leadership.
You may not be aware, but one of the single most consequential events for the next two years in Wyoming is happening this weekend. The newly elected Representative-elects and Senators/Senator-elects are meeting to decide who will fill the legislative leadership roles. I’d urge you to get involved in this momentous choice. Contact your newly elected… Read More »The next step for Wyoming?
This election has been a reasonably brutal one. There is a battle being waged openly for the first time in my memory for the Republican Party’s soul. Last evening as I was trying to sum up this election, David Holland posted a note to his Frontier Republican friends. With David’s permission, I reproduce that engaging… Read More »A Worthy closing Argument
You know you must be winning an argument when your opponents ignore the debate and go right to the personal attacks. I understand Evidence-based Wyoming Legislative Analysis Tool makes individual legislators angry. Thus, I work hard, removing all possible sources of bias, fixing errors when discovered, and taking full blame when the mistakes lead to… Read More »If you can’t win the argument, trash talk!
Forgive me, I’m not particularly eager to stoop to such comments, but that one was too funny not to include. Beware who you vote for down-ballot! The Frontier Republicans and their political action committee the Frontier Conservatives are promoting a slate of candidates for precinct-men and precinct-women in Campbell County. I’d advise you not to… Read More »You can’t spell RINO without Frontier