Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor: Legislators are bound to represent their constituents. They cannot be bound by a voting pledge defined by third parties. The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and the … more
Dear Editor: I am tired of hearing that an elected official is elected to represent all constituents. That is a lie. Tell me, how is it possible to serve everyone when their beliefs are … more
To Wyoming Sens. John Barrasso and Cynthia Lummis: It is being reported by various media outlets that you are supportive of the draconian gun control measures, including Red Flag gun confiscation … more
Dear Editor: Someone asked me what restricted park entry system would work best? First, there is no evidence provided by the Park Service that a problem will exist. The park’s justification … more
Dear Editor: In a recent letter to the editor, Ms. Astrid Northrup made false claims about me and one of America’s most effective and respected conservative non-profit groups, the American … more
Dear Editor: Woe is me, can’t let a crisis go to waste, i.e., Reservation System for entering the park! Give me a break!  Granted the Gardiner River Road from Mammoth to Gardiner and … more
Dear Editor: Anyone watching the Congressional Select Committee hearings regarding the Jan. 6, 2020, riot at the nation’s Capitol cannot help but be struck by the bias of the Democrats and … more
Dear Editor:   There is a misconception that those who are elected represent all the people, but people elected in the Republican Primary are elected by Republicans. The Republicans hold them … more
Dear Editor: I hope this June 12  letter finds you all in good health. We just got done irrigating our barley, oats, and corn. Sugar beet crop is all planted and has received first … more
Dear Editor: I recently read an article in another news outlet regarding the race for House District 25. In the article David Northrup takes aim against everyone besides himself. He is critical of … more
Dear Editor: What does it mean to be conservative? This question was raised in a conversation between RJ Kost, Dan Laursen and Ray Peterson, the three candidates for Senate District 19, as … more
Dear Editor, There has been a lot about me in the paper, but not a lot of people have heard from me, and I would like to correct that.  Yes, I wrote an email that contained some language … more
Dear Editor: Should the U.S. Supreme Court overturn the Roe v. Wade decision of 1973, the Wyoming Legislature has passed a “trigger law” bill outlawing abortions in the state. Setting … more
Dear Editor, Perhaps Troy Bray has a very small vocabulary, so I thought I’d help him to be more descriptive and accurate. In Tuesday’s paper, Troy characterized his email to Sen. … more
Dear Editor: In regard to the county property tax increase article dated May 17, 2022: The phrase taxation without representation describes a populace that is required to pay taxes to a … more
Dear Editor: I have been curious what the Tribune‘s new editor would be like. Your May 17 editorial on bipartisanship has my full approval and interest. It well displays the attitude we need … more
Dear Editor: The Biden administration has proposed amendments to the WHO (World Health Organization) regulations that would give this U.N. agency unilateral authority to declare a health emergency … more
Dear Editor: The 2022 property assessments recently arrived. I and many other residents are facing 40% or higher increases in our assessments and thus our taxes. In my case, my taxes are set to … more
Dear Editor, We believe in freedom of speech and appreciate Kevin Killough’s article about it in the May 10 Tribune. Believing in freedom of speech means that everyone can express their … more
Dear Editor: I am most interested in the mumblings from our Park County Republican “leaders” about the “purge” with regard to our own state Sen. (R.J.) Kost — tagging … more
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