Last Tuesday, on KNUS‘ morning drive show with host Peter Boyles, guest Robert Spencer of JihadWatch.org discussed the likelihood that Islamic jihadists have infiltrated a group of Central American refugees en route to the United States through Mexico.
This week, conservative talk radio shows have focused many show segments on examining the Central American immigrant group currently travelling north through Mexico to seek opportunity in the United States.
This morning, U.S. Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) appeared on KHOW‘s Ross Kaminsky Show and on KDMT‘s Jimmy Sengenberger Show to share his predictions on national Senate races, one Colorado Congressional race, and Colorado statewide races.
On Wednesday morning, Colorado talk radio host Richard Randall (KVOR, 740 am) defended President Trump’s response to the apparent kidnapping, torture, murder, and dismemberment of Saudi journalist and U.S. resident Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey.
Anyone who has tracked Trump’s tabloid transgressions since the 1980s can be justified in wondering how on earth self-professed Christians could support his figurehead status, given his well-documented ethical and moral lapses preceding and following his inauguration.
Women Voters’ Emotions Have Conservative Radio Host and Church Leader Worried, Four Weeks Before Election Day
Mandy Connell, host of her eponymous radio show on Denver’s KHOW (630 am), along with Russell M. Nelson, the President of the Church of Latter Day Saints, made statements this week which reveal their concerns about women voters and the influence of their emotions in elections.
In light of Colorado Times Recorder’s recent reporting on false, sexist and racist social media posts by Mesa County GOP Vice Chair Mark McCallister, an article from Sam Brasch of Colorado Public Radio’s Colorado Matters last Friday provides new context to the succession of Republican leadership in Mesa since the 2016 Presidential election, and may indicate a trend toward extremist and hardline positions among the executive officers.
Appearing in Denver, EPA’s Pruitt dodges and denies scandals — hypes “consequential’ tenure, cake, and baseball instead
Scott Pruitt, appointed by President Trump to head the Environmental Protection Agency, was in Denver Friday to give the keynote address at the Western Conservative Summit, and he spoke with local talk radio host Steffan Tubbs (KNUS, 710am) earlier that afternoon, anxious to deflect criticism of his short tenure.
In his home state of Colorado, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Purple State) is regularly attacked from both sides of the political spectrum, as a powerful leader of the Senate Republicans in Washington D.C., and as a representative to constituents in a polarized and divisive landscape in Colorado.