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Wyoming Should Follow Florida’s Lead

~~By Amy Edmonds~~Florida Gov. Rick Scott announced this week that Florida would be pulling out of Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC), one of two federally funded testing consortiums created to assess the Common Core State Standards. Wyoming, under Governor Mead, recently went from an advising member to a governing member in Smart

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Project BioShield a Real Irony

I just received this information in a press release from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. " Orders placed today under Project BioShield contracts will increase the national stockpile of leukocyte growth factors, a treatment for acute radiation syndrome

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What is Happening In Egypt

By Micah Halpern
Wednesday September 25, 2013

The world's attention had been focused on Syria and Iran. Now that the United Nation General Assembly is in full throttle the focused has shifted to the leaders of the United States and Iran, Presidents Obama and Rouhani.

But

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An Islamic Jihadist at a funeral last year. (Warrick Page/Getty)
An Islamic Jihadist at a funeral last year. (Warrick Page/Getty)
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Pakistani Christians ambushed and killed by Islamic terrorists

By Jim Kouri
(Jim Kouri, CPP, the fifth Vice President and Public Information Officer of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, has served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country.)

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Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
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Round and Round We Go

Have you had the wonderful experience of traveling through the new round-about at 19th Street, Converse and East Pershing? It is, bar-none, the most confusing mass of mess I have ever seen in any city

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Fall Is In The Air But, The Sun is Back

It seems that Fall is upon us, already. I think it was triggered by the inches of rain we received last week. Thankfully, the sun seems to be back even in the seasonal transition.

While I never thought there would be a day in Cheyenne when I complained about too much rain,I have lived in Wyoming most of my life and never can I ever remember A whole week of rain and so very little sun

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Laramie County Courthouse (Doug Randall/tsm)
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Light Bulb Follies

~~By Boyd Wiggam  Wyoming Liberty Group~~

During the Laramie County Commission's discussion on September 3, 2103 about whether to accept a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration to participate in an Airport Sustainable Master Plan Pilot Program, those in attendance were treated to a nice reminder of how misguided environmental crusades can be.

The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 effectively outlawed the manufacture or importation of some traditional incandescent light bulbs

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Syrian Islamist rebels invade Christian town, say officials

Government-backed troops are defending a historic Christian village under attack by Al-Qaeda-linked rebels.

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Kristoffer Tripplaar, Sipa USA
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Nobel Peace Prize winner Obama about to rain bombs on Syria

Winston Churchill said, “Individual Muslims may show splendid qualities, but the influence of the religion paralyzes the social development of those who follow it. No stronger retrograde force (religion) exists in the world.”

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How ‘Bout Those Broncos?

It was truly amazing! Mr. Manning and the Broncos won one for the Gipper with great panache 49-27 over those pesky Ravens. This actually gives me great hope for the rest of the season, the post season and maybe even The Big Game

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