Last month, Colorado Politics, a print and online political news site, published a story about conservatives who submitted signatures to the Colorado Secretary of State to place an anti-tax initiative on the ballot.
No matter what side they’re on in their internal war over whether to dump open primaries, Republicans are telling the world — and each other — how weak they are in Colorado, how much swing voters hate them, how deep blue the state is turning, and how depressed they are about it.
CO Radio Host Recovers from COVID, Brags About Being Opinionated, But Still Won’t Say Whether People Should Get Vaccinated
A Colorado talk radio host whose show introduces him as a “newsman, now with an opinion,” is refusing to offer his opinion on whether his conservative listeners should get a COVID vaccination, despite his landing in the hospital himself this year and after contracting COVID.
State Rep. Rod Pelton (R-Cheyenne Wells), who uses the mostly veterinary drug Ivermectin to fight off COVID, also has anti-scientific views when it comes to Colorado’s air pollution woes, saying recently that Democrats at the state Capitol don’t seem to understand that they can’t clean up air pollution in Colorado that originates in California.
This article was originally published by the Colorado Times Recorder in 2019, after the state of Alabama passed a law that essentially banned abortion. The law was subsequently blocked by the courts.
In a talk radio interview Tuesday, Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman cited a “parallel” between today’s homeless crisis and the “hippie movement of the late 60s and early 70s.”
CO Senate Candidate Should Denounce Trump & Join Cheney at the Evil Doers Encampment Outside the Shrimpy GOP Tent
The Republican challenging U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) made me laugh Tuesday when he told Colorado Politics, “Republicans may be looking around saying, ‘OK, we really want to win,’ as opposed to looking at the litmus, purity test that often is the assembly.”
Appearing on right-wing talk radio yesterday, state Sen. John Cooke (R-Greeley) said he thinks Republicans can’t unseat Gov. Jared Polis (D-CO) in next year’s election, due to the incumbent’s potential war chest and the absence of a “viable” candidate so “late in the season.”
If you were one of the Republicans thinking about running for governor next year, and you look at Colorado’s electorate and at Gov. Jared Polis’ (D-CO) popularity — and his war chest — you might consider running for some other office