I was lucky enough to be on the radio in Cheyenne with Glen Woods Friday morning. He asked a pretty inciteful question that is worth a little examination. I don’t remember the exact wording, but it boiled down to this, “People say Wyoming is one of the most conservative states in the union. But when… Read More »Leadership Matters
Give it a listen, call in and ask me questions. We’ll be talking about Evidence Based Wyoming and the math we do to inform voters about the voting habits of our Wyoming legislators.
It’s to bad he’s not from Wyoming, the world could use a few more cowboys like him. Applying this to our state, I think of our legislators, especially my legislators from Campbell County. especially from Campbell Country. Medicaid expansion, it’s free money. We need to spend more on state government, for roads, for education, for… Read More »Dan Crenshaw is a Rockstar, I wish we could get him to come and school our state legislators
One of the question I am frequently asked is “How do you know your data and conclusions are accurate?” Let’s look at the interesting case of Representative Jim Roscoe to find an answer. In many ways he represents the perfect test case. He served in the legislature for several years as a Democrat, until he… Read More »The curious case of Representative Roscoe
The Patriot Post is one of my favorite sites. It has great articles that reflect the common sense conservatism I believe in. I don’t always agree with them but even when I don;’ they make sound constitutional arguments the indicate the America I grew up in and want to see passed on to the next… Read More »The America and Wyoming I want to live in
For a long time, lots of Wyomingites (except for Democrats and their political birds of a feather the liberal Republicans) have wanted to stop cross over voting in the primary election. The idea being lets Republicans choose their best candidate and the Democrats choose their best and then let them fight it out during the… Read More »Help end the deception of Wyoming politics!
Here is some useful information headed into the 2020 Legislative session. Best start with reading the budget factbook from the State of Wyoming. Here is a quick summary of the budget information of the various states as of January 12, 2020. The data is from Wikipedia which sources their data to the state legislators across… Read More »Wyoming Budget Information
Senator MIchael Von Flatern and I both come from back east originally. I grew up in Rochester New York, 60 miles east of Buffalo right off of I-90 and the good Lord willing I’ll die 60 miles east of Buffalo right of I-90, just 1600 miles west in my beloved Gillette. Senator Von Flatern (R-Campbell)… Read More »I-80 Tolls, Get It Done!
2020 is upon us, and Wyoming’s future hangs in the balance, and it doesn’t look like we’re going to weather the storm. Before getting started, please take a moment to pause and note that everyone in our legislature and elected offices act with the best of intentions, doing their best for their constituents and Wyoming… Read More »Why Wyoming Is Doomed to Higher Taxes and Lower Economic Growth in One Table