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  • Obama’s War on the West: Another judge rebukes job-killing rogue Interior Department

    08/14/2011 2:34:57 PM PDT · by opentalk · 8 replies
    Michelle Malkin ^ | August 13, 2011 | Michelle Malkin
    Since day one of the Obama administration, I’ve chronicled Loathsome Cowboy Ken Salazar’s War on the West, War on Jobs, and War on Science/ Rule of Law as head of the Interior Department. His eco-radical sidekick Carol Browner is gone, yet Salazar remains in place. Federal judge after federal judge has spanked Salazar and Obama’s job-destroying eco-nitwits for lawlessly and fraudulently imposing their junk-science drilling ban . Salazar spearheaded the pulling of scores of oil leases by invoking bogus eco-claims and has presided over an expansive land grab through administrative fiat. Yesterday, yet another federal judge smacked Obama/Salazar and the...
  • Federal judge throws out Obama drilling rules

    08/12/2011 5:48:53 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 43 replies
    Associated Press ^ | August 12, 2011 | MEAD GRUVER
    CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- A judge on Friday threw out Obama administration rules that sought to slow down expedited environmental review of oil and gas drilling on federal land. U.S. District Judge Nancy Freudenthal ruled in favor of a petroleum industry group, the Western Energy Alliance, in its lawsuit against the federal government, including Interior Secretary Ken Salazar.
  • Wyoming Governor Signs Sovereignty Resolution (Democrat Supports 10th Amendment!)

    03/11/2010 2:34:05 AM PST · by Recovering_Democrat · 5 replies · 576+ views
    Tenth Amendment Center ^ | 03/10/10 | Michael Boldin
    This week, Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal signed House Joint Resolution 2 (HJ0002), claiming “sovereignty on behalf of the State of Wyoming and for its citizens under the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States over all powers not otherwise enumerated and granted to the federal government or reserved to the people by the Constitution of the United States.”
  • Governor: feds stiff Wyoming again on Forest funds

    07/22/2009 5:39:49 PM PDT · by george76 · 6 replies · 731+ views
    Associated Press ^ | July 22, 2009 | BEN NEARY
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture again has excluded national forests in Wyoming from receiving federal economic stimulus program money. The federal agency on Tuesday announced nearly $275 million in new federal funds for improvements to U.S. Forest Service trails and facilities in 32 states. It included none for Wyoming.
  • ‘By God, we’ll live within our means,’ Gov. Freudenthal says (Wyoming)

    06/07/2009 12:28:00 PM PDT · by mmanager · 22 replies · 1,341+ views
    Gillette News-Record ^ | 6/6/2009 | By J.D. STETSON, News-Record Writer
    Gov. Dave Freudenthal concedes that he could have stretched next year’s budget without $230 million in cuts, but that it would be a very short-sighted view to take. Freudenthal addressed a packed room of Wyoming stock growers during their annual convention Friday at Cam-plex Energy Hall. He started the speech with a rundown of agriculture bills that didn’t make it through the state Legislature in the last session, but then moved into his recent 10 percent budget cut for the next fiscal year. “We are not the federal government,” Freudenthal said. “We don’t borrow money, we don’t print money and,...
  • Wyoming Governor Backs Obama [Barf Alert]

    04/02/2008 9:51:48 AM PDT · by kiriath_jearim · 21 replies · 97+ views
    Breitbart ^ | 4/2/08 | MEAD GRUVER
    CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Gov. Dave Freudenthal, a former Clinton administration appointee, announced Wednesday that he will support Illinois Sen. Barack Obama for the Democratic presidential nomination. Freudenthal said he was impressed by the large, enthusiastic crowds that turned out to see Obama when he visited Wyoming ahead of last month's caucuses. "They paid attention and were riveted and reactivated, and trying to be part of an America that's bigger than just their own self- interest," Freudenthal told The Associated Press. "And you hope that can work. Because something has got to dig us out of this morass that...
  • WY: Gov signs 'castle doctrine' bill

    03/15/2008 9:42:55 AM PDT · by kiriath_jearim · 5 replies · 476+ views
    Casper Star-Tribune ^ | 3/14/08 | JARED MILLER
    CHEYENNE -- Declaring that Wyoming residents have a right to defend their homes, Gov. Dave Freudenthal signed a bill Thursday that spells out in statute that citizens may use deadly force on intruders. Freudenthal said he supported a last-minute change to House Bill 137 that narrowed the scope of the bill to only cover intrusions inside the home. "I was troubled as it came out of the House because it went outside the castle," said Freudenthal, referring to the bill's common title, the "castle doctrine," which is said to have originated from a concept in English common law that a...
  • Governor signs gun confiscation bill

    03/08/2008 5:53:26 AM PST · by SLB · 84 replies · 1,847+ views
    Casper Star Tribune ^ | March 7, 2008 | Unk
    CHEYENNE -- Gov. Dave Freudenthal on Friday signed into law a bill that prohibits government officials from confiscating guns from law-abiding citizens. Sponsor Allen Jaggi, R-Lyman, has said House Bill 57 was prompted by the confiscation of guns by police in New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina. Freudenthal said afterward that he was pleased to sign the bill, although he didn't think it addressed any real problem. But Freudenthal, an avid hunter who was endorsed by the National Rifle Association in his re-election campaign in 2006, said he can understand why supporters want the bill enacted here. "It's not understandable on...
  • Governor names John Barrasso as next U.S. senator

    06/22/2007 10:02:14 AM PDT · by ding_dong_daddy_from_dumas · 20 replies · 1,268+ views
    Local8News Idaho Falls ^ | June 22, 2007 | AP
    CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Casper surgeon and state Senator John Barrasso is going to Washington. Governor Freudenthal (FREE'-den-thawl) today (Friday) named Barrasso to replace the late Senator Craig Thomas, who died two weeks ago while fighting leukemia. Barrasso was 1 of 3 candidates nominated by the Wyoming Republican Central Committee after a marathon meeting Tuesday. He and his fellow candidates all embraced what they called "bedrock" conservative values, including low taxes, limited government regulation and private property rights.
  • Gov nixes homicide-fetus bill (WY Dem Gov. vetoes Laci & Connor law equivalent)

    03/12/2007 11:44:00 AM PDT · by Princip. Conservative · 9 replies · 574+ views
    CHEYENNE - Gov Dave Freudenthal late Friday afternoon vetoed a bill that would have increased the penalty for killing a pregnant woman, on grounds it would plunge the state into the debate on abortion. Under Senate File 118, people convicted of killing a pregnant woman would be charged with two counts of homicide, with the additional count coming from the death of her fetus. Supporters said the bill would offer justice to victims such as Laci Peterson and her 8-month-old fetus, who were found in the San Francisco Bay after she disappeared Christmas Eve 2002. Her husband, Scott Peterson, was...
  • 'Los Angeles Times' Quotes Fake News Release

    12/29/2005 7:36:45 AM PST · by LdSentinal · 19 replies · 781+ views
    Editor and Publisher ^ | 12/29/05 | E&P Staff
    NEW YORK A front-page story in Tuesday's editions of the Los Angeles Times attributed a quote to Wyoming Gov. Dave Freudenthal that was taken from a fake news release circulated as an April Fool's joke earlier this year. The article, headlined "Wolves Thrive but Animosity Keeps Pace," examines the reintroduction of wolves to the American West and the controversy surrounding the possible move to take the predators off the federal Endangered Species Act. To bolster the argument that delisting the animals would allow states to "exterminate whole packs" of the animals, Times Staff Writer Julie Cart quoted Wyoming Gov. Dave...
  • L.A. Times Prints Quote From Fake Release

    12/29/2005 1:31:40 AM PST · by Private_Sector_Does_It_Better · 9 replies · 841+ views
    The Associated Press ^ | Dec 28 | Maury Jones
    GREEN RIVER, Wyo. - A quote in a fake news release that was intended as an April Fool's joke ended up in a front-page story in the Los Angeles Times. The story in Tuesday's editions of the Times noted how successful the reintroduction of wolves had been 10 years ago, but said the predators remained controversial. "In Wyoming, for example, Gov. Dave Freudenthal last April decreed that the Endangered Species Act is no longer in force and that the state 'now considers the wolf as a federal dog,' unworthy of protection," the story read. The Times printed a correction Wednesday,...
  • L.A. Times Prints Quote From Fake Release

    12/28/2005 4:34:13 PM PST · by Bullitt · 43 replies · 2,185+ views
    BREIBART.COM ^ | 12/ 28/2005 | AP
    GREEN RIVER, Wyo. - A quote in a fake news release that was intended as an April Fool's joke ended up in a front-page story in the Los Angeles Times. The story in Tuesday's editions of the Times noted how successful the reintroduction of wolves had been 10 years ago, but said the predators remained controversial.
  • Wyoming’s Democrat Governor Renounces His Party

    09/29/2005 7:15:20 PM PDT · by Lando Lincoln · 51 replies · 3,982+ views
    The Reality Check ^ | 28 September 2005 | Christopher Adamo
    This past weekend a gathering in Gillette, Wyoming highlighted the present, chaotic state of the Democrat Party. As Democrats around the country attempt to portray two faces to their constituencies, one representing moderation, and the other representing fire-breathing liberalism, Wyoming Governor Dave Freudenthal essentially renounced the basic philosophies of his party. More stunning yet was that he did so in the presence of Democratic National Committee vice chairman Mike Honda. Honda then faced the daunting task of attempting to portray a bridge of commonality between Freudenthal’s pragmatic candor and the image presented nationally by the Democrats. In front of an...
  • Governor says national Dems are too liberal ["I don't care about Howard Dean,".....]

    09/26/2005 6:20:09 AM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 39 replies · 1,523+ views
    Governor says national Dems are too liberal Associated Press GILLETTE - State Democrats should distance themselves from liberal national party leaders whose agenda frequently differs from Wyoming, Democratic Gov. Dave Freudenthal told state party members at a meeting attended by a Democratic National Committee vice chairman. Wyoming Democrats should instead focus on local issues that relate to Wyoming residents, Freudenthal told about 75 state Democrats Saturday night. "This is a party that's not afraid of firearms," Freudenthal said. "It's a party where people are interested in whether the governor managed to shoot an antelope with one shot." "I don't care...
  • A Life's Work in Bronze: A Bronze Calf Was Unveiled to Honor Clifford Hansen

    06/10/2005 6:10:51 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 2 replies · 628+ views
    Cheyenne Wyoming Tribune-Eagle ^ | 06-10-05 | Olson, Ilene
    life's work in bronze A bronze calf was unveiled to honor Clifford Hansen By Ilene Olson Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE - A bronze calf dedicated Thursday to Clifford Hansen, former Wyoming senator and governor, recognizes his contributions to the state and to agriculture. "I think it's very appropriate," Hansen said after the unveiling on the Capitol lawn. Hansen, who served as governor from 1963-67 and as U.S. senator from 1967-78, owned and operated a cattle ranch in Teton County. Prior to his political career, he was a member and president of the University of Wyoming Board of...
  • {Cheyenne} Residents Honor King

    01/18/2005 5:49:05 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 1 replies · 240+ views
    Cheyenne Wyoming Tribune-Eagle ^ | 01-18-05 | Milner, Kelly
    Residents honor King By Kelly Milner Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE - For Jerome Hairston, Martin Luther King Jr. Day means everything. A sixth-grader at Pioneer Park Elementary, Hairston said his mother is white, and his father is black. "If it weren't for Dr. King and what he did, I wouldn't be here right now," he said. "My mom is cool, and my dad is cool; it would be a shame if they couldn't be together." Hairston was a speaker Monday at the 23rd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day March here. Around 800 people marched from the...
  • WY GOP Largely Pleased with {Democrat Governor} Freudenthal's Speech

    01/13/2005 8:33:35 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 1 replies · 196+ views
    Cheyenne Wyoming Tribune-Eagle ^ | 01-12-05 | Olson, Ilene
    GOP largely pleased with Freudenthal's speech By Ilene Olson Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE - Gov. Dave Freudenthal's State of the State address was pleasantly short and promoted a number of Republican ideas, leaders for the majority party said Wednesday. Overall, the tone of the address was positive, said Senate President Grant Larson, R-Jackson. Larson and Speaker of the House Randall Luthi, R-Freedom, said many of the ideas Freudenthal promoted - wildlife and cultural trust funds, water development and a restricted reserve account - were proposed by Republicans in past years. "These ideas have been Republican ideas for...
  • Yellowstone Snowmobile Ban Struck Down

    10/15/2004 5:28:31 PM PDT · by Excuse_My_Bellicosity · 41 replies · 2,637+ views
    KSL Channel 5 TV ^ | 10/15/2004 | unknown
    CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- A federal judge on Friday struck down a ban on snowmobiles in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, calling it a "prejudged, political" move that sought to exclude the vehicles from all national parks. U.S. District Judge Clarence Brimmer ruled that the Clinton-era ban was invalid because it did not involve adequate public participation and failed to follow federal law. His decision could clear the way for new rules that allow the machines. The rule was "the product of a prejudged, political decision to ban snowmobiles from all the national parks," Brimmer wrote. The National Park...
  • Cheyenne Convention Lets Local Republicans Discuss the Issues

    02/29/2004 12:35:42 PM PST · by Theodore R. · 3 replies · 149+ views
    Cheyenne Wyoming Tribune-Eagle ^ | 02-29-04 | Orr, Becky
    Convention lets local Republicans discuss the issues By Becky Orr Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE - Laramie County Republicans supported platform issues Saturday that ranged from voluntary prayer in schools to keeping the job of county sheriff as an elected position rather than an appointed one. In a room decorated with red, white and blue balloons bearing the Bush-Cheney ticket for 2004, the delegates heard from elected officials, including U.S. Sen. Craig Thomas, R-Wyoming, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Trent Blankenship and state Speaker of the House Fred Parady, R-Rock Springs. Parady discussed state budget issues. "Education is...
  • Drought Comes in Second in Wyoming Tribune-Eagle Survey

    12/31/2003 6:22:27 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 1 replies · 328+ views
    Cheyenne Wyoming Tribune-Eagle ^ | 12-31-03 | Orr, Becky
    Drought comes in second in WTE survey By Becky Orr Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE - The election of Dave Freudenthal to the state's highest public job continued to be a top story in 2003, based on results from readers who submitted ballots to the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle. Out of 36 ballots submitted, Freudenthal becoming governor of Wyoming in January got the most support as the top story of the year. Freudenthal's defeat of Republican challenger Eli Bebout was readers' top story of 2002. Jerold W. Manners of Cheyenne said he chose the inauguration as his top story "because...
  • State Surplus at Right Times, Says WY Governor Freudenthal

    10/16/2003 6:48:03 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 134+ views
    Cheyenne, Wyoming Tribune-Eagle ^ | 10-16-03 | Olson, Ilene
    State surplus at right time, governor says By Ilene Olson Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE - When he campaigned for office, Gov. Dave Freudenthal expected to struggle to find additional revenue and make ends meet during his first budgetary process. Instead, his administration has been blessed with projections of an unexpected $800 million by fiscal year 2006. Most of that is predicted to come from mineral severance taxes and federal mineral royalties. That is good news for Freudenthal and the Legislature, who are faced with estimated school capital construction costs of at least $600 million over the next...
  • Free State Group Chooses NH over WY

    10/02/2003 9:35:05 PM PDT · by Theodore R. · 10 replies · 159+ views
    Cheyenne, Wyoming Tribune-Eagle ^ | 10-02-03 | Fashek, Allison
    Free State group: 'No to Wyo.' By Allison Fashek Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE - The Free State Project, a group of liberty-minded individuals, announced Wednesday that they have chosen New Hampshire over Wyoming as their future home. The group, which already has about 4,500 members, aims to recruit 20,000 people to move to the state in the next couple of years and reinforce its "sphere of individual liberty." Wyoming finished second out of 10 states that were candidates for the planned migration. The state fell to New Hampshire by a voting margin of 10 percent but finished...
  • Advocates Claim Racist Views Exist in Wyoming

    08/21/2003 6:03:29 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 25 replies · 222+ views
    Cheyenne, Wyoming Tribune-Eagle ^ | 08-21-03 | Orr, Becky
    Racist views exist in Wyoming, advocates say By Becky Orr Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CASPER - When Marilu Duncan moved to Wyoming from Mexico nearly 20 years ago, life was suddenly different. "Something happened to me when I crossed the border," Duncan said Wednesday during the state's first cultural diversity summit here. For the first time in her life, she was mistreated because of her ethnic background. A clerk, unable to understand her accent, was rude. "The way I was perceived had nothing to do with the way I perceived myself," Duncan said as she described her culture...
  • Libertarians Eye Wyoming for Relocation of 20,000 Persons

    07/23/2003 9:27:50 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 146 replies · 487+ views
    Cheyenne, Wyoming Tribune-Eagle ^ | 07-23-03 | Olson, Ilene
    Libertarians eye Wyoming for relocation of 20,000 By Ilene Olson Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE – Wyoming’s low population and conservative mentality have put the state in a prime position be the target destination for 20,000 Libertarians as part of the party’s Free State Project. “We like Wyoming,” said Keith Carlsen, spokesman for the project. “It’s not only a beautiful state, but it has the lowest population. It’s easier to persuade less people. “Wyoming is one of the most pro-freedom, independent-minded states in the country,” Carlsen said. But Gov. Dave Freudenthal said Libertarians “are overestimating the receptivity of their...
  • Wyoming Smokers Buy in Bulk Prior to 48-Cent-a-Pack Tax Hike

    07/01/2003 7:32:45 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 4 replies · 313+ views
    Cheyenne, WY, Tribune-Eagle ^ | 07-01-03 | Olson, Ilene
    Smokers stock up before getting smoked on taxes By Ilene Olson Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE – Smokers lined up at stores Monday in a last-ditch effort to buy cigarettes before they have to pay a 48-cent tax on each pack they buy. “We’re extremely busy today with people stocking up before the increase,” said Jerry Reinholtz, district manager for Smoker Friendly stores. The cigarette tax is one of several new laws that go into effect today after passing the 2003 Legislature and being signed into statute by Gov. Dave Freudenthal. Other laws effective today include: • A measure...
  • First Lady Nancy Freudenthal Says Wyoming Children, Families Lack Support

    05/01/2003 6:42:43 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 7 replies · 206+ views
    Cheyenne, Wyoming,Tribune-Eagle ^ | 05-01-02 | Olson, Ilene
    First lady: Families, children lack support By Ilene Olson Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE – Wyoming’s image as a great place to raise children is a myth that needs to be transformed into reality by people, organizations, agencies and communities willing to support struggling families in the state. That was the message given by first lady Nancy Freudenthal during the Governor’s Roundtable on Children and Families held Tuesday at the Holiday Inn. Her assertion was supported by grim statistics on children and families in the state, as cited by Rodger McDaniel, director of the Wyoming Department of Family Services....
  • It's Official: Wyoming Raises Tobacco Taxes 48 Cents Per Pack

    02/27/2003 8:18:54 PM PST · by Theodore R. · 18 replies · 309+ views
    Cheyenne, Wyoming,Tribune-Eagle ^ | 02-27-03 | Staff Report
    Freudenthal signs tobacco tax CHEYENNE – On the south side of the governor’s conference room, tobacco tax coalition members lined the walls Wednesday. Arranging themselves on the north end of the room were the lawmakers who took a role in passing a 48-cents-per-pack increase on cigarettes. In the middle sat Gov. Dave Freudenthal, who, with his signature, made House Bill 110 a Wyoming law. The action marks the end of more than a year’s worth of work by committees in the Legislature to lower smoking rates among teens. “This group of legislators here are doing the heavy lifting on health...
  • Republican Woman Becomes First Female President of Wyoming State Senate

    01/16/2003 5:22:50 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 2 replies · 598+ views
    Cheyenne, Wyoming,Tribune-Eagle ^ | 01-16-03 | Fashek, Allison
    By Allison Fashek Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE – It was an historic moment at the state Capitol Tuesday afternoon as Sen. April Brimmer Kunz, R-Cheyenne, was sworn in as the first female president of the state Senate. Two other women took top leadership posts beside Brimmer Kunz in the chamber. With Wyoming being the first state to give women the vote and to elect a woman as governor, this latest step in women’s achievements was not surprising, Brimmer Kunz said. But it still left her nearly speechless. “I want all of you to know that the women in...
  • Drought Forecast for Wyoming Looks Ugly

    01/10/2003 5:58:45 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 10 replies · 366+ views
    Cheyenne, Wyoming,Tribune-Eagle ^ | 01-10-03 | Fashek, Allison
    Drought forecast looks ugly By Allison Fashek Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE – Gov. Dave Freudenthal got the details about Wyoming’s drought during a meeting Wednesday at the state Capitol. It was not pretty picture. The new governor’s response: “The drought is a much more immediate and significant threat to the economy of the region than bioterrrorism or homeland security.” Members of the state’s Drought Management Task Force gave Freudenthal a report on what is being called one of the worst droughts in state history. They also made recommendations for community assistance. According to statistics from state climatologist Jan...
  • Democrat Gubernatorial Victory is Top Story of 2002 in WY

    12/31/2002 7:40:56 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 3 replies · 178+ views
    Cheyenne WY Tribune-Eagle | Lowell, Jessica
    By Jessica Lowell Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE – Dave Freudenthal winning the governor’s race topped the list of most important stories of the year for Wyoming Tribune-Eagle readers and staff alike. Freudenthal’s win meant the return of a Democrat to the state’s top office after two terms under Republican Gov. Jim Geringer. Many saw the victory as an upset. GOP candidate Eli Bebout was seen throughout the campaign as the choice of the Republican-dominated state. Both men started campaigning long before the election season heated up. Bebout signed prominent Republicans to head up his campaign; Freudenthal hit the...
  • Incoming WY Democrat Governor Prepares for Inauguration

    12/03/2002 2:40:28 PM PST · by Theodore R. · 1 replies · 174+ views
    Cheyenne, Wyoming,Tribune-Eagle ^ | 12-3-02 | Azar, Lara
    Inauguration finds possible venue By Lara Azar Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE – It took some work, but it looks like Gov.-elect Dave Freudenthal may have found a place to hold his inauguration. For both his ceremonies, two-term Gov. Jim Geringer’s inauguration was in the state House of Representatives chambers. But Freudenthal was worried the chamber’s seating for 130 would not be enough once legislators, judges and other elected officials were accounted for. And he can’t hold it outdoors, his first choice. Between the certain cold weather and the expense of having to build some sort of platform, that...
  • Race is tight [Wyoming Governor]

    10/29/2002 9:51:06 AM PST · by BlackRazor · 3 replies · 237+ views
    Wyoming Tribune-Eagle ^ | 10/29/02 | Lara Azar
    Race is tight By Lara Azar Published in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle CHEYENNE – A snapshot of Wyoming voters two weeks before the general election shows that the gubernatorial race is too close to call, especially given the large number of voters that say they are still undecided. Out of the 400 likely voters that responded to a poll commissioned last week by the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle on behalf of the Wyoming Newspaper Group, 44 percent said they would vote for Republican candidate Eli Bebout. Another 36 percent said they would vote for Democrat Dave Freudenthal. The remaining 20 percent said they...
  • WY Democrat Eyeing Governorship in Republican State

    10/23/2002 11:31:54 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 5 replies · 270+ views
    Hunan Events, Week of Oct. 14 | 10-14-02 | Copied from John Gizzi
    Four years ago Republican Jim Geringer was relected governor of WY, 56-40 percent -- convincing, but not awe inspiring. Because the 40 percent showing was achieved by an under-financed Democrat nominee who had lost two previous bids for statewide office, WY Democrats are optimistic about their chances ot taking Cheyenne this year, when Geringer must by law step down as governor. Like taking the governorship in George W. Bush's TX, winning the governorship in Dick Cheney's WY would be a major blow to Republicans -- one that national Democrats would love to deliver. No one doubts that the Democratic nominee...