Monthly Archives: November 2016

Almost Settling In

by Mike Pyatt

Mike Pyatt
Mike Pyatt

Most Americans are in that mode after this rancorous election season. Those who’ve been around for more than one voting cycle recall the disparity between what candidates say on the stump, and how they behave, or govern once in office. Many have elevated expectations believing President-elect Trump’s not a run-of-the-mill politician. Will he govern to serve us, upholding our constitutional rights and liberty? Or is he just building a constituency. Is it possible to do both? It’s unlikely President Trump will be accused of fawning for the media. At the state or local level, there’s less of that. In remote Wyoming, media coverage is concentrated primarily in Cheyenne, where the governor and legislature garner media attention. Small towns generally rely on the local newspaper and citizen watchman. read more

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Another “Crisis” not Gone to Waste

By Bradley Harrington250_brad_harrington_blogspot

“You never want a serious crisis to go to waste… It’s an opportunity to do things that you think you could not do before.” — Rahm Emanuel, “Wall Street Journal CEO Council meeting,” 2008

For those of you who’ve been keeping up on the election “protest” stories, it would be very difficult indeed to paint a more vividly appropriate picture of a society and culture — ours — more in the middle of experiencing its own disintegration.

And if you think that such a sweeping statement is a little too “alarmist” for your tastes, consider: read more

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Endangered Species List

by Mike Pyatt

Mike Pyatt
Mike Pyatt

 

It isn’t the Snail Darter, Black Rhino, or Western Lowland Gorilla. After this stunning, historic Presidential victory by Donald J. Trump, it may be a political species. Hillary Clinton conducted a conference call with her mega donors last week-end, and with a plaintive voice, blamed FBI Director James Comey’s letters to Congress, in part, for her November 8th defeat. Finger pointing is one of the first symptoms in the political realm of being endangered. The GOP did it in 2012, and was teetering on the brink. They blamed Evangelicals for not turning out to support Mitt Romney. Others blamed him for his lackluster, “milk toast” debate style, failing to attack Obama’s feckless record. Slow learners, the GOP establishment attempted to dig up the remains of Mitt Romney, to place him in the 2016, GOP Primary. He mustered enough strength to hurl barbs and insults at the Primary winner Donald Trump. Amazing what a fossil can do. read more

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Joseph Goebbels Award for Excellence in Propaganda

The winners of the Joseph Goebbels Award for Excellence in Propaganda Based Journalism are:

The Casper [Red] Star Tribune, Wyoming’s only Statewide Newspaper. For their tireless effort to smear Conservative Candidates across Wyoming while going out of their way to help, support, and endorse the most liberal candidates in Wyoming. And for printing transcripts as truth, when there is no audio or video to back it up.MichelleSabrosky

Laura Hancock, political “reporter” for the Casper [Red] Star Tribune, for her dedication to remaining biased at all times, for her manipulation of the truth, and steadfastness and commitment to doing her best to destroy conservative candidates while making liberal candidates out to be victims. read more

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A Letter from Karl

To Whom It May Concern

For many years I have heard many people in the Central Committee spout the mistruth that our ONLY job was to elect Republicans. Along with this was that we could not hold anyone accountable to the Platforms, Resolution, or Principles of the Party. This went on for so long that we finally changed the bylaws to read “to achieve the election of Republican candidates who substantially uphold the platform of the Republican Party”.

Karl Allred
Karl Allred

The nefarious actions this year in Natrona County have done anything but follow the charge in the bylaws. read more

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