The fishing license snafu refuses to die, as Liz Cheney attacks the newspaper and the editor who first wrote about it. Polls show her trailing GOP incumbent Sen. Mike Enzi, whom she hopes to oust in a primary next year.
After reports of racial incidents in Gillette, Wyo., the president of the Casper NAACP reached out to KKK leaders for a meeting. It happened last Saturday, with plenty of security.
True, Liz Cheney will be able to raise scads of money, given her connections, to vie against incumbent Sen. Mike Enzi in Wyoming's GOP primary. But does money for ads matter in a state without a major media market? Skeptics cite other reasons, as well, that she could lose.
Liz Cheney, daughter of the former vice president, is launching a Senate candidacy. But Michael Enzi, a Republican, already occupies the seat she wants.
Fracking studies have pit the Environmental Protection Agency against the oil and gas industry, which says the agency has over-reached on fracking and that its science has been critically flawed. The recent closing of EPA fracking investigations has some environmentalists worried that the agency is feeling the effects of industry pressure and tight budgets.
Several states have passed 'ag-gag' laws that make it illegal to gather undercover documentation and videos of cruelty to animals at factory farms and in other areas of industrial agriculture. But it is precisely this kind of reporting that exposes and can help stop abuse of animals.