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It’s all happening at the zoo, and in today’s edition of the Joke of the Day!

"Ninety-eight percent of the adults in this country are decent, hard-working, honest Americans. It's the other lousy two percent that get all the publicity. But then--we elected them."

~ Lily Tomlin (1939 - )
Sheldon Richman Donald Trump, Hawk

The state of Wyoming is requiring some naturalized citizens to provide proof of citizenship before being allowed to vote. The state says people can register using their driver’s license, but Wyoming allows non-citizens to get driver’s licenses. Opponents of the effort say this is making it more difficult for people to vote, and stopped some from voting in the August primary.   Should Wyoming change the requirements for registering to vote?

There are reports that AT&T might purchase Time Warner, and that British American Tobacco might merge with Reynolds American. In both cases, the resulting company would dominate their respective industries.   Should large mergers be allowed to go through, because of their benefit to stockholders and possibly consumers, or should they be blocked because they make competition more difficult?

(WyomingNetwork does NOT represent this as a scientific poll.)
Wyoming state law does not allow the state to invest its operating funds in the stock market. A proposed constitutional amendment would change that, and give the Legislature the power to decide where operating funds could be invested. Supporters say the state could get higher returns in the market. Opponents say that’s risky, and if the market goes down Wyoming could lose money.   Should the state be allowed to invest its operating funds in the stock market?

Yes, invest operating funds in the stock market

No, keep the operating funds out of the market

There are those who believe that Ralph Nader’s run for President in 2000 pulled enough votes away from Al Gore to give the election to George W. Bush. In 2016, Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein are polling about 15 per cent combined.  Will votes for either third party candidate swing the election to Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?

3rd party votes will give the election to Hillary Clinton

3rd party votes will give the election to Donald Trump


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