In what some are calling yet another utterly-dysfunctional move by the El Paso County Republican Party, which is already in chaos, an outspoken right-wing state legislator was selected last week to serve as a liaison between the Trump Campaign and Republicans in El Paso County, which has the most GOP voters of any county in Colorado.
“I’m Going to Keep Showing Up,” Says Activist Whose Gun Questions Gardner Ignored8 likes
Colorado lawmaker a responsible gun owner, despite bringing loaded weapon through airport security, says lawmaker’s talk radio host lawyer6 likes
Republican lawmaker Reyher, who posted racist Facebook memes, “embarrassed our party” and was “selected under a cloud of suspicion,” says her GOP opponent in exit email5 likes
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner is set to attend a “Save the Senate Retreat” in Washington D.C. Thursday at the Trump Hotel, featuring the president himself, Senate leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), and others.
Activists with the progressive Colorado Consumer Protection Coalition want to wipe away “unfair terms in contracts that remove everyday Coloradans’ ability to hold [corporations] responsible for everything from sexual harassment in the workplace to abuse and neglect in nursing homes.”
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner joined fellow Republicans Wednesday in voting to maintain a Trump rule that encourages states to allow the sale of so-called “junk” health insurance that wouldn’t cover people with pre-existing conditions.
With a ballot measure allowing Colorado to use already-collected TABOR taxes for roads and schools expected to be close, five Democratic Colorado governors have joined together in calling on citizens to vote ‘yes’ and get their ballots submitted by mail or at drop-off locations by next Tuesday, Nov. 5.
“He’s a narcissist, incredibly flawed, and I think he’s the greatest president of my lifetime,” said Chuck Bonniwell, right-wing radio host, to Craig Silverman, another conservative host, both on Colorado’s KNUS radio.
Opponents of Proposition CC are saying the ballot measure would “take away” a property tax exemption for seniors and veterans when, in fact, it would not.
Denver Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila apologized Wednesday for sexual abuse of children in the Colorado Catholic Church, and then he went on the defensive, saying “perpetrators infect every organization,” not just the church.
At a political moment when even the most somnolent people are wondering why more Republicans aren’t ripping Trump, Colorado Congressman Ken Buck was repeatedly attacked by KNUS host Randy Corporon yesterday for not supporting Trump sufficiently because, among other things, he didn’t cosponsor the resolution censoring Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) for his satirical comments about Trump.
Had Denver Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila made himself available to reporters today, after the widely-covered release of a partial investigation of sexual abuse in portions of Colorado’s Catholic Church and related entities, he would have been asked why he thinks “homosexuality” is a cause for sexual abuse by priests.