The daughter of former Vice President, Dick Cheney, is in town.
Liz spoke at the monthly Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce lunch.
She talked about here concerns in D.C.
"When I look at what's happening today in Washington. What it looks very clearly to me like we're moving away from those fundamental basic standards. That's when I begin to get very concerned," Cheney said.
Cheney spoke about the recent election, military cut backs and gun control.
While she's very concerned with the direction the country is taking, she also provided encouraging words to the business owners in the room.
She said to continue to work hard and keep on fighting for what they believe in, no matter what's going on in Washington.
Many of the business owners came away inspired by what they heard.
"It's not against the law yet to make money, to be profitable and I think that's Liz's comments is let's not regulate ourselves to death. Let's allow business to flourish," said Gregg Jones, President of Jonah Bank of Wyoming.
"She responded to a question about contacting your representatives and growing your business and her dialogue was excellent in regards to maintaining that path and keep doing the same things," said Linda Weppner, Owner of Century 21 of Cheyenne.
"Not losing site of our conservative values and the things that made this state and this country great. You got to move forward where we're at and I just thought that was very inspirational, very informative," said Rick Schum, President/CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming.