Republicans and Democrats alike should face the fact that a circular firing squad is unavoidable in a primary campaign with more than one candidate, much less six going on seven, which is the number of Republicans running for governor.
After the news of Harvey Weinstein’s decades-long sexual predation broke last week, some Colorado Republicans attempted to construe the scandal as a political thorn in the side of the Democratic Party.
State Senator allows comments suggesting the use of violence against political opponents on his Facebook page
Colorado Senate Majority Leader Chris Holbert, a Republican from Parker, took to Facebook last week to share his views on the purpose of the Second Amendment.
It’s no longer acceptable to attack gay people, so conservative bigots pivot to attacking transgender children
This post is about one individual, but I must preface it by saying that the former GOP legislator Shawn Mitchell is not the only one. Since support for LGBTQ causes has risen to the point where it would be foolish to admit bigotry, conservatives have pivoted to attacking the one group they still feel it is OK to ridicule: Transgender Americans (especially children).
Colorado’s House Minority Leader Patrick Neville, a Republican from Castle Rock, has been loving the onslaught of memes that have taken over the internet this week that depict Donald Trump violently bashing CNN.
I’m gonna miss Derrick Wilburn, former Vice Chair of the Colorado GOP. He is reliably one of the nuttiest and most hyper-partisan members of the party. As a tribute to his history of Fever Swamp hysterics, I offer this case study in double standards. A few days ago, Wilburn posted this on Facebook: