In apparent violation of state and federal law, Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert allowed an under-age server at her restaurant in Rifle to carry a gun.
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
Three years ago this month, after the downward-pointing thumb of John McCain put an end to the last of three Republican attempts to kill Obamacare, the Arizona senator issued a statement with ideas on how America could move forward to improve its health care system.
“‘Flatten the Curve’ Turned Into Communism Very Quickly”: How a Congressional Candidate Wowed CO Talk Radio
In the months before her upset victory over fellow Republican Scott Tipton, Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert developed a loud-mouthed fan base among a key group of Colorado conservatives: talk radio hosts.
After ousting U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO), Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert capped her first week of campaigning with an event featuring Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner.
Photo via Colo GOP UPDATE 7/8: Gardner appeared with Boebert July 7 at a campaign stop in Colorado, with Boebert wearing her gun and no mask, and Gardner with a mask and no gun. (first reported by Jesse Paul of the Colorado Sun)
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner told Republican supporters last week that the “media does not want us to win” and “is going to do everything they can to suppress our vote by deflating our hopes.”
‘I Don’t Think I’ve Seen the President More Excited Over a Candidate Before,” Trump Political Director Allegedly Said of Colo Candidate
After Lauren Boebert’s upset primary victory over U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO), her campaign told local Associated Press writers that the candidate was not available for an interview due to her trip to South Dakota for a Bikers for Trump Rally July 4.
State Sen. Larry Crowder (R-Alamosa) took to Facebook to express his full support of the Supreme Court’s decision not to kill an Obama-era policy allowing young immigrants, who came to our country as children and know no other community as home, to remain in the United States.