Matt Mead and Common Core

“Just last week Gov. Mead defended Common Core on a radio talk show, stating ‘Wyoming students have to have some standard to work from.'”

“His statement rang hollow to the tens of thousands of hours Wyoming teachers worked to create our own state standards over the last two decades — standards unique to Wyoming but now being flushed with the advent of a federal curriculum.”

Read the full article here.

~ Source The Ranger


Fight for the Right

“If you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a small chance of survival. There may even be a worse case: you may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves.”

~ Winston Churchill


At the WFC 2014

At the Wyoming Freedom Conference 2014

Two speakers at the Wyoming Freedom Conference, Taylor Haynes and spokesman for Cindy Hill. A difference in style of addressing the audience. In my opinion, Taylor was thoughtful and addressed all the questions posed. He did not bash or bad-mouth any other candidate. Ku-dos for Taylor. Cindy’s spokesman addressed questions from the audience, however, for his initial presentation he continued to bash Matt Mead. Ok, he is certainly free to do so, yet this writer’s opinion, it lacks style or grace. read more


Lies Vs. Truth – Dr. Haynes

A “LIE” is halfway ’round the world before the “TRUTH” gets its pants on!

The Truth

A recent letter to the editor suggested that Dr. Taylor Haynes did not sign the petition to repeal SF104. This statement was made in spite of his campaigning for the referendum at his personal expense. A very good article in the Saratoga Sun was taken out of context in which Dr. Haynes was careful to focus the interview on the loss of the publics’ constitutional right to vote for the Superintendent of Public Instruction position with its full authority. Dr. Haynes was careful to avoid a debate on the merits of the bill which might have clouded the issue. read more


Letter from the Bundy Family

Read by Ammon Bundy at the Clark County Sherriff’s Precinct, May 2, 2014

As we have had the opportunity to reflect on the events that took place between March 26th and April 12th, 2014—we have experienced feelings of concern, confusion, fear, anger, sadness and joy. Our peaceful community has been shaken. In many ways, we are still processing the magnitude of what took place. We ask ourselves so many questions; did the federal government really come into this valley and terrorize our community? Did hundreds of armed forces, in Red Dawn fashion, lock down the hills and valleys of our peaceful home—threatening at gunpoint, anyone who stepped off the paved road, with forceful and lethal action? Did we really see armed forces convoying through the streets of our town, diligently recording names and identities of anyone who glanced wrong or opposed them in any way? Was there really heavy equipment in the form of dump trucks and backhoes, on our mountains, tearing up infrastructure that we have used for hundreds of years, and is vital to our survival? Were we truly in the crosshairs of snipers, and under surveillance by the latest in technological weapons? Did these forces actually point their rifles in the faces of our little children, while beating their unarmed fathers to the dirt and hauling them off in chains? Did they really body-slam our friend, a 59 year old woman to the ground, and sic German Shepherds on our neighbors—even a pregnant woman? Did they actually shock a man multiple times with a 50,000 volt Taser for honorably protecting his aunt, while she gathered herself out of the dust? We reflect in sadness and awe that this could take place in our little town. read more

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