At least 18 graduates of Colorado’s most prominent conservative training program are media figures who, over the decades, have mostly dragged the Republican Party to the right, initially helping energize Tea Party Republicans to win elections but now contributing to the party’s current isolation, infighting, and increasing irrelevance.
Impeachment Is So Boring “You Wish for a Nice School Shooting,” Says Denver Radio Host8 likes
Colorado lawmaker a responsible gun owner, despite bringing loaded weapon through airport security, says lawmaker’s talk radio host lawyer6 likes
Gardner cancels interview with journalist but keeps his appointment with right-wing radio host5 likes
The Colorado Nonprofit Association asked nonprofit groups today for help sheltering migrants who’ve arrived recently in Denver.
Jimmy Sengenberger is best known as a far-right opinion monger on talk radio station KNUS and as a right-wing contributor to Colorado Politics, which is owned by billionaire GOP donor Phil Anschutz.
After the election of House Speaker Kevin McCarthy in a process widely seen as an embarrassment, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) told KOA radio host Ross Kaminsky this morning, “Like I said, this was the most productive week I’ve seen in Congress.”
Radio Host, Who Almost Died of Covid, Refuses To Advise Listeners To Get Vaccinated, But Begs Them to Look Both Ways Before Driving Through an Intersection
A right-wing radio host, who almost died of Covid, has adamantly refused to advise his audience to get a Covid vaccination because, he says, “people can make their own decisions.”
Rich Jones, a Revered Progressive Policy Nerd, Dies Four Years After Retiring From the Bell Policy Center
Rich Jones, widely seen as a superhuman nerd and a hero among progressive policy reformers, died Jan. 2 of cancer, about four years after retiring from the Bell Policy Center.
For artwork to accompany my 2022 review of U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert’s (R-CO) autobiography, the Colorado Times Recorder used a photo of her book, with little devil’s horns drawn on Boebert’s head in her cover photo.
2022 Review: The CO Times Recorder’s Stories About Attacks on LGBTQ People Before & After Club Q Massacre
Our quick reporting on the Club Q massacre presented the violence as a culmination of ongoing attacks – by right-wing conservatives, including some leading Colorado Republicans — on LGBTQ people in Colorado.
The Colorado Times Recorder aims to offer stories that our bigger competitors are unable to cover due to staff cuts and shifting priorities.
Christian University Is ‘Safest’ Campus in CO Because ‘We’re Committed to Jesus,’ Claims University Leader
Colorado Christian University (CCU) is “honestly, the safest campus in Colorado because we’re deeply committed to Jesus,” said Jeff Hunt, a CCU leader on his podcast last month. “There’s not a lot of craziness going on.”