Last year, Denver killed 1,662 geese at Washington Park, Sloan’s Lake, and elsewhere, and fed them to families in need.
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
Against a backdrop of pandemic and economic crises and with the government stepping in to pay for medical and direct relief to individuals and businesses, the right-leaning Independence Institute is moving ahead with its annual Alcohol, Tabacco, and Firearms fundraiser where, as the invitation states, attendees will “joyfully thumb our nose at the nanny-state.”
One funny side effect of congressional candidate Lauren Boebert’s rise to fame is that she makes other Republican Party candidates in Colorado look awful–at least in the eyes of conservative hardliners who must vote nonstop if Cory Gardner has a prayer to win in November.
“I feel this, with every ounce of my being,” wrote Otero County, Colorado, Republican leader Stephanie Garbo on Facebook last month, in response to a post, retweeted by an account associated with QAnon, an online conspiracy movement tied to violent acts and flagged by the FBI as a potential domestic terror threat.
Citing His “Concerned” Suburban Sisters, Trump Adviser Pence Says “Safety and Security” Is on Ballot
In an interview on Denver radio station KHOW, Trump campaign adviser John Pence put to rest any doubt that Trump is targeting suburban women with his hot rhetoric about riots and chaos in American cities.
“Cardboard Cory: the Documentary” tells the incredible story about the life and times of a cardboard cutout of Republican Sen. Cory Gardner and the political activists behind the cardboard.
Republicans Want to Challenge Polis’ Health Orders but Wonder if They Should Expand Government to Do It
Colorado Republicans are in a bind. Many hate Gov. Jared Polis’ orders to fight the pandemic, including his state-wide mask mandate, but doing something about Polis’ power could involve expanding government power, something many conservatives hate even more than masks.
Longtime Denver lawyer and media pundit Craig Silverman has started a new podcast after departing from KNUS last year. His recent guests include Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser, 9News’ Jeremy Jojola, attorney Scott Robinson, and former Denver DA Norm Early. The podcast, called the Craig Silverman Show” is available on all major podcast outlets. He says he’s willing to talk about things that “aren’t available on Denver Trump Radio,” like, he says, “Trump and Trumpism and how it endangers our country.”