With a budget shortfall of nearly a third of a billion dollars, satirist Mark Jenkins writes, it’s time for Wyoming to eliminate its most egregiously socialistic program: public schools.
If you hunt, fish, climb, hike, ride, bird watch or bike — some of the best reasons to live in Wyoming — you should be in favor of preserving the status of public land in perpetuity.
If states get rid of winner-take-all rule, writes Jenkins, elections will be more representative and states like Wyoming will receive more attention.
We’ve come to an economic and cultural crossroads and must decide what we want Wyoming to become, Mark Jenkins writes. The humanities teach us how to think critically about complex questions like these.
Tourism will soon surpass energy as be the biggest economic force in Wyoming because people crave what they can only find here.