Mar
7
Tue
Spies, Secrecy, and the CIA in a Democracy: How it all works! with Pat Stuart @ Northwest College
Mar 7 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
Spies, Secrecy, and the CIA in a Democracy:  How it all works! with Pat Stuart @ Northwest College | Powell | Wyoming | United States

Who are America’s spies and what do they do?  Learn how America’s intelligence community developed, how its spies work, and the bureaucratic and administrative checks and balances that guard against misuse of their talents.  Then discuss how you see an espionage organization fitting into the security needs of our nation.  The next time you hear allegations—good or bad—about the U.S. intelligence community, you will feel better prepared to draw your own conclusions.  Presented by retired CIA Station Chief, Pat Stuart who shares personal insights based on here experiences of life as a covert warrior.

Mar
14
Tue
True Stories from the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Worland Community Center
Mar 14 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
True Stories from the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Worland Community Center | Worland | Wyoming | United States

Join retired CIA Station Chief, Pat Stuart for True Stories from the Espionage Wars.  Stuart shares personal experiences of what life is like for our covert warriors and the personal and professional struggles they face while doing their part toward keeping America safe.  Hear true stories drawn from the speaker’s career, and learn about the choices made.  The next time you hear allegations—good or bad—about the U.S. intelligence community, your thoughtful conclusions will be impacted by what you learned here.

Apr
6
Thu
True Stories from the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Sublette County Library
Apr 6 @ 6:30 AM – 8:00 AM
True Stories from the Espionage Wars with Pat Stuart @ Sublette County Library | Pinedale | Wyoming | United States

Join retired CIA Station Chief, Pat Stuart for True Stories from the Espionage Wars.  Stuart shares personal experiences of what life is like for our covert warriors and the personal and professional struggles they face while doing their part toward keeping America safe.  Hear true stories drawn from the speaker’s career, and learn about the choices made.  The next time you hear allegations—good or bad—about the U.S. intelligence community, your thoughtful conclusions will be impacted by what you learned here.

May
2
Tue
The Trial of Tom Horn with John Davis @ Big Piney Branch Library
May 2 @ 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
The Trial of Tom Horn with John Davis @ Big Piney Branch Library | Big Piney | Wyoming | United States

Join experienced attorney John Davis for The Trial of Tom Horn for an  examination of the conviction of Tom Horn.  Author Davis demonstrates how this trial marked a major milestone in the hard-fought battle against vigilantism in Wyoming and presents every twist and turn of a fascinating trial.  His account illuminates a larger narrative between the power of wealth and the forces of law order. Participants will come away with an understanding of what an enormous challenge to democracy vigilantism was in early Wyoming and how the fight against willful cattle barons shaped the history of the state.

May
3
Wed
The Scourge of Vigilantism in early Wyoming with John Davis @ Sublette County Museum
May 3 @ 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
The Scourge of Vigilantism in early Wyoming with John Davis @ Sublette County Museum | Pinedale | Wyoming | United States

Join experienced attorney and author John Davis for The Scourge of Vigilantism in early Wyoming.  Davis explores how and why  the suppression of vigilantism was crucial to the creation of a true democracy in Wyoming.  Government cannot be said to be of the people, by the people and for the people when lawless gunmen hold the ultimate control.   Davis, author of four books addressing various iterations of vigilantism will examine the challenges for law enforcement and the impacts on our heritage.