If only Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman’s proposed ban on camping in Aurora, as well as his week pretending to be homeless for a local news story, could be written off solely as a way to get his face on TV.
Just before she was elected to Congress last year, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) finished paying off the state of Colorado nearly $20,000 in back taxes owed by her restaurant, Shooters Grill, located in Rifle.
During a June 4 talk radio discussion in which she denied that U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) was booted from House leadership because she wasn’t loyal to Donald Trump, Colorado Republican Party leader Kristi Burton Brown said that the media has fabricated the idea that Republican leaders and others need to be loyal to the former president.
“I Can’t Really Speak to Them,” Says Coffman, Admitting He Didn’t Stay at Aurora Homeless Encampments
Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman says you should believe him when it comes to homelessness because he spent a week on the streets last year, as seen in a local TV story.
Coffman: Reporter Wouldn’t Pretend To Be Homeless Like He Did Because ‘It Would Probably Mess Up His Hair’
On a KNUS radio show Saturday, host Jimmy Sengenberger aired a report by 9News Anchor Kyle Clark about Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman’s proposed camping ban.
The Absurdity and Heartlessness of Coffman’s Camping Ban Is Seen in His Admission That Homeless Will Simply Move Around Aurora
Right-wing radio host Dan Caplis got to the heart of the matter last week when he asked Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman what happens if homeless people ignore Coffman’s proposed camping ban and don’t relocate to Coffman’s “designated area.”
Why It’s Worth Writing About a GOP Meme That Mocks a Progressive Yard Sign: ‘In This House, We Believe…’
I’ve come around to agreeing, at least some of the time, with conservatives who tell me I shouldn’t get so upset about their endless jokes about immigrants, police murders, racism, and other stuff like that.
U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO) made national headlines yesterday in the wake of a lawsuit, filed by a former Lamborn staffer, alleging that the Congressman recklessly exposed staff to COVID.
At this point, the Colorado Republican Party finds itself in a situation like the one John Elway faced in 1987 in Cleveland, with five minutes on the clock and the 98 yards to go to win the game. They need an Elway miracle to win a statewide election here.
Before we get too worked up about next year’s elections in Colorado, how about we talk about whether a Trump-loving Republican has any hope of winning statewide here at all in 2022.