If there is a less coherent system than ours for selecting those who govern, it’s probably in “Game of Thrones”, which is such a labyrinth of intrigue that even the author can’t find his way to a finish.
Having written about the Wyoming State Auditor in a previous column, and received a summons to her office as a result, Geoffrey O’Gara decided he ought to learn what the elected position actually entails. Turns out the auditor “spends the money.”
Who says documentary video production isn’t a blast? What could be more fun than gripping a Sony camera with frostbitten fingers while trudging across a snowy field where, with the temperature at 12 below. Oh, the glamour!
While we weren’t paying attention, the 90 legislators in Cheyenne devised ways to spend about $3 billion a year, fueled by 18 years of revenues from an energy boom. Here are eight ideas to keep them busy now that the boom has busted.