Natural gas industries in other states and the arithmetic of the Electoral College, Dodson writes, leaves Wyoming coal as a nonissue for the national political parties.
The initiatives that could save our coal communities all require buy-in from the very constituents and organizations that we have waged war with, Dodson writes.
In the wake of contentious presidential debate, Dodson reminisces on a time when politics could be civil.
Despite a narrative that COVID-19 and energy downturn are the cause of state budget cuts, columnist Dodson writes, that’s not the entire story. A dysfunctional political system is even more to blame.
Political double-talk and the recent USPS controversy will only harm Republicans’ credibility, Dodson writes. Republicans, and all Americans, deserve better.