At a town hall meeting in Littleton last night, U.S. Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) faced repeated questions about difficulties in accessing healthcare, rising tuition and student loan interest, veterans’ and women’s rights, and restoring people’s faith in democracy.
Human sexuality was a hot topic yesterday in the Colorado Legislature, with the Senate Committee on State, Veterans, and Military Affairs voting down a bill that would have required schools to notify parents electronically and via a written note before sex-ed is taught to their children.
Monday night, the Interfaith Alliance of Colorado kicked off its series of events, called Together in This, with a panel of faith leaders who discussed political and ideological conflicts within their respective religious communities–and presented ideas for moving forward in a more cohesive direction.
Steven Paletz, a transactional attorney based in Denver, is encouraging voters to “cast their ballots for Paletz,” during the upcoming election for the House District Six (HD6) seat in the State House of Representatives.
At a recent luncheon, University of Colorado Regent Heidi Ganahl outlined her work, both at CU and off campus, to educate students about conservative priorities, which she believes are often under-emphasized or under attack in American culture and education.
Hazel Gibson isn’t the type of person to give up on what she cares about–even if that means running as a Colorado House Representative candidate just two years after entering the race for Colorado State Senate.
An event titled “Countdown 2020 – War for America’s Soul” will be hosted by conservative talk radio hosts Dennis Prager and Michelle Malkin tomorrow at CU South Denver.
Conservative talk radio hosts Chuck Bonniwell and Julie Hayden, and conservative activist/talk radio host Karen Kataline, went on the air Monday to express their disapproval of the “effeminate country club Republicanism” of Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO), by comparing him to Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT).