URGENT ALERT: Wyoming Healthcare Freedom!
We need your help to ensure SJ2 passes in Committee!
Since Senator Bruce Burns (R-Sheridan) voted against Health Care Freedom last year and in favor of Obama Care; It is Urgent that we let him know we want our Health Care Freedom in Wyoming protected!
We are supporting Senator Leslie Nutting and SJ-2 Healthcare Freedom. As a healthcare provider she realizes the importance of individual rights. The language in her bill is clean and precise, with an emphasis on protecting individual rights by prohibiting all government from involvement in your
If you like your health-plan, too bad -- An excise tax placed on employer provided health insurance, up to 40% of the excess benefit. So if your current insurance is better than the government guideline, then your employer will be penalized. Leading them to dropping coverage and moving to the govern
By Anthony Bouchard Oct 2, 2009
One of the reasons our system of government has lost its way is legislators fail to stand on principle and instead give into compromise. Many lobby groups also live by this same willingness to ignore the Bill of Rights.
The short comings in our legislative p
In 1764, King George III of Great Britain and his Council declared that the territory west of the Connecticut River belonged to the province of New York.
Today it appears the delegates of New York still believe this is so, they and others across the country have controlled Wyoming's Guns, Water a
As a public servant office holder I promise that, as long as I hold office:
1. My votes will ALWAYS be in favor of the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of Wyoming. Every issue. Every time. No exceptions. No excuses.
2. I will proactively introduce and support measu
“We the people of the United States,” was never intended to mean, the people of the United States as a united whole.
The authority of our Constitution is not based on the authority of the people of the nation or the union but upon the authority of the people of the respective states, if t
If the U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the land, then why do opinions of the Supreme Court supersede it and become absolute law or power over the people?
This so called "Judicial Supremacy" implies that the Judicial Branch has inherent power; but to the contrary, we know that the Judicia
IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776.
The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America,
When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separa