Month: <span>January 2014</span>

Month: January 2014

Good, Bad, and the Guilty

As I sit, clad only in my underwear, in front of my laptop, in the wee small hours of the morning, it occurs to me that Speaker of the House Tom Lubnau is guilty of many sins, among them bearing false witness. Last session Speaker Lubnau accused his colleagues in …


Wyoming Supreme Court Rules: SF-104 Unconstitutional

This is great news for Wyoming. “In its opinion, the Supreme Court said the Wyoming Constitution does not give the Legislature unlimited authority to prescribe the powers and duties of the office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. Lawmakers must ensure the superintendent has ‘general supervision of the public schools,’ …


Whose kids are they, anyway?

“When you put your children on the school bus each morning, how do you perceive your level of control over the “system” that exists to help you educate them? Your answer is actually crucial to determining the future of education.” “… how is it that school boards are dysfunctional if …

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