Below is the court ruling on August 3, 2018, regarding State of Wyoming vs. Taylor Haynes, M.D., and a statement from the Secretary of State’s Office.
Here is a link to an informative website that lays out the FACTS and TRUTH about two candidates running for Wyoming governor. Link: http://wrongforwyoming.com/
It is important that you do not dismiss the website’s content as “negative campaigning”. Facts are facts, and truth, as hard it is at times to accept, is still the truth.
Sam Galeotos and Mark Gordon are not what they represent themselves to be.
Be sure to review the supporting documentation provided at the end of each of the articles. The links can be found right after, “If you would like to learn more, sources can be viewed”.
Energy is the industry that powers every other industry. While there are many issues that challenge our state currently, the support of energy is a critical issue for me. This issue sits at the top of many Wyoming families hierarchy of needs. Coal, oil, and gas truly are the back bone of our society. Energy is the difference between poverty-stricken areas where manual labor is the only option. Revolutionized societies with coal, oil, and gas operating machinery, provide comfort. This is indeed a society where people live to their fullest potential. All our advances are made possible through a machine labor civilization, driven by fossil fuels. Our energy must remain affordable, plentiful, and reliable. When the energy industry is running at full potential food is more affordable, clothing plentiful, housing is better, and even medicine is impacted.
We recently had our home appraised, and the appraiser was shocked when the appraisal came in $150,000 below the assessed value of our home! If that sounds like a big leap, imagine the property owner who contested his assessment last spring and again at the hearing in October whose property was appraised for $31,000 and assessed at almost $800,000!
When it got down to $100,000, the Assessor’s Office acted like he should be grateful! Not one employee of the County Assessor’s office came to his (or anyone else who was at the hearing) defense including the current Assessor, who was at the time Deputy Assessor.
By Bradley Harrington
“The principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale.” — Thomas Jefferson, “Letter to John Taylor,” 1816 —
Last week we determined that few, if any, of our state legislators grasp that the only clear path out of Wyoming’s budgetary woes is to “CUT SPENDING” (“Even blind squirrels trip on acorns every now and then,” WTE, Feb 4).
Now, as proof that Gov. Matt Mead doesn’t get it any better than our legislators do, consider this: