Republican CU Regent At-Large Heidi Ganahl recently had a brain tumor successfully removed by surgeons at CU Anschutz. Now, she’s using her experience to argue against a proposal to launch a public health insurance option in Colorado in part because it could “endanger miracles like mine.”
The body is a temple–and Colorado state Representative Rod Pelton (R-Cheyenne Wells) worships his by choosing to forego a COVID-19 vaccine in favor of taking an equine anti-parasitic medication as a “preventive” measure against the virus.
University of Colorado (CU) Regent At-Large Heidi Ganahl, a Republican, says higher education is experiencing a “turning point” as the pandemic rages on.
“Governors make rules, but we make the law,” is what Colorado state Sen. Ray Scott (R-Grand Junction) told a waiter at a Village Inn in Mesa County after being warned that if he didn’t wear a mask inside the establishment, he would be asked to leave.
The last remaining statewide-elected Republican in Colorado, University of Colorado (CU) Regent Heidi Ganahl, went on KHOW’s Ross Kaminsky show last week and praised John Eastman, a controversial conservative figure who is currently a “visiting scholar” at CU Boulder’s Benson Center, a privately funded entity that promotes conservative views.
Frank McNulty, former Republican Speaker of Colorado’s House of Representatives, told KNUS radio host Peter Boyles last week that U.S. Rep-elect Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is proving herself to be more thoughtful than some expected and has the chance to be a “star” in Washington D.C.
The Las Animas County Republicans and Montrose County Republicans are the two latest county parties to hop on the “voter fraud” bandwagon.
Weld County Commissioner Barbara Kirkmeyer and Sheriff Steve Reams told conservative KCOL radio host Jimmy Lakey last week they were unhappy with Colorado Gov. Jared Polis for tightening public health guidelines for their northern Colorado county.
Casper Stockham, the Republican who lost to U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-CO) by a 63% to 37% margin, is blaming the Colorado GOP and for refusing to allow much-needed money to flow to his campaign.
“Moral decay” is how Colorado State Sen. Jerry Sonnenberg (R-Sterling) refers to some of the results of Colorado’s general election–in particular, anti-abortion ballot measure Proposition 115, which failed to pass by a 59% to 41% margin.