UPDATE: In an NPR interview today, Gardner said he talked to Trump, and Trump agrees that he will not meet with Kim Jong-un without preconditions on denuclearization. For Gardner, this represents a flip back to his old position of insisting on preconditions. Gardner had abandoned this stance (See below.). For the president, it appears Trump hasn’t advocated this stance publicly, only in private to Gardner.
In April after a man drove a van onto a crowded sidewalk in Toronto, former Republican Congressman Tom Tancredo became a media critic on Facebook, writing that The Denver Post’s headline about the incident left out a key fact.
Daily commutes are a grind, especially in lousy weather. Most of us, though, still grit our teeth, grab a jacket and get behind the wheel. State Treasurer Walker Stapleton? He hits the snooze button.
Baumgardner’s social media activity shows he’s creepy and gross, but we already knew that, didn’t we?
WARNING: Some images in this post may be considered slightly NSFW, because that’s the low standard of professionalism that *some people* who work in our state’s Capitol adhere to these days, apparently.
“Live auction” item at El Paso County Republican Party fundraiser: an AR-15, the type of weapon used to kill 17 Florida students
We know some people want to have their own military-style semi-automatic AR-15 assault rifle.
Facebook deletes offensive meme that the Colorado Jewish Republicans refused to take down from its Facebook page
Facebook has removed a meme, shared by the Colorado Jewish Republicans, which stated, “Real Freedom is kick out Islam from this planet.”
When I look at the Facebook meme on your right, shared by the Colorado Jewish Republicans, I see the same kind of raw bigotry that Jewish people have faced for centuries.
A new report released today from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine has confirmed that abortion is safe – debunking once again the myths and misinformation pushed by opponents of legal abortion.
In his home state of Colorado, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Purple State) is regularly attacked from both sides of the political spectrum, as a powerful leader of the Senate Republicans in Washington D.C., and as a representative to constituents in a polarized and divisive landscape in Colorado.