I hope Colorado journalists have better things to do than fight over whether to keep our state’s promising new news site, called Colorado Newsline, from getting press credentials at the Capitol.
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
With Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner on record as saying nothing about Obamacare since well before the pandemic hit America–and Republicans in Washington pressing their case in the U.S. Supreme Court to have the national health care law overturned–activists stood outside of Gardner’s office in downtown Denver today and asked, “Where’s Gardner now?”
Elbert County, Colorado, Republicans aren’t buying the news that Trump’s rally in Tulsa over the weekend was a bust, with lots of empty seats, amid speculation that Trump supporters were scared they might catch COVID-19 at the much-publicized event.
A conservative activist, once regarded in Colorado as a partisan Republican, is now saying Trump has “failed in even the simplest of pursuits in his role,” and wants the president defeated in November.
After Chance Hill, who sits on the University of Colorado’s governing board, wrote a Facebook post that contains multiple clauses taken verbatim from the writing of pundit George Will, a University of Colorado professor thinks Hill is “now very well placed” to take part in a public discussion of how to “face up to our missteps when we confuse the boundaries of intellectual property.”
No Republican candidate stepped forward to challenge the lone Democrat, Nolbert Chavez, who’s running to represent a swath of suburbs outside of Denver on the University of Colorado Board of Regents, the governing body of the university.
After Writing That Floyd Video Was Possibly Staged, Colo GOP Leader Blocks the Colorado Times Recorder From Viewing Her Facebook Page
Otero County, Colorado, Republican Party Chair Stephanie Garbo, who posted on Facebook May 28 that the George Floyd video might have been staged, restricted viewers of her posts on her personal Facebook page over the weekend after the Colorado Times Recorder published a story about her posts.
The leader of the Otero County, Colorado, Republican Party was “suspicious from the get-go” about the George Floyd video, thinking it might have been faked to harm Trump in November.