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“Safe” ain’t safe for Wyo investments

For the State of Wyoming, "safe" investing is really not that “safe”...we will have left behind so much money on the table that in the future we will always be behind in growing Wyoming’s wealth.

Why do voters think Trump will be good for Wyoming?

The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget estimates that Trump's plan, which includes massive tax breaks for the wealthiest Americans, would increase the national debt by more than $5 trillion during the next four years. Republicans who say reducing our debt is their No. 1 priority should be apoplectic, not defending this nominee.

Some far-right conservatives still search for purity

“Statistics are used much like a drunk uses a lamppost: for support, not illumination.” — Vin Scully, legendary Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster

I’ve followed the Wyoming Legislature as a journalist since 1976, and one thing I can tell you with