During a recent congressional committee hearing, U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO), challenged the testimony of an oilfield worker regarding working conditions in the oil and gas industry and the impacts on communities from extraction practices.
In an appearance on a Denver talk radio station last Monday, Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) described a “civil war” within the GOP congressional caucus between establishment and Trump Republicans and identified Colorado’s own U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) as one of her allies in the struggle for control of the party.
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) made an appearance at the Fremont County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner last Saturday, and delivered her rehearsed and flippant quip to the friendly crowd:
Among the scheduled speakers at this year’s annual Rocky Mountain Homeschool Conference is Kevin Swanson, a Colorado pastor, evangelical radio host, and political operative, who believes that the death penalty is an appropriate “punishment” for the “crime” of being gay.
GOP Stands for ‘Bland Milquetoast,’ Says Former CO GOP Leader in Response to Colleague’s Voting Error
On a Colorado talk radio show Tuesday, former GOP House Minority Leader Patrick Neville (R-Castle Rock) lambasted a bill that would modify background check requirements for firearm purchases, exchanges, and transfers.
Addressing the Jefferson County Republican Men’s Club last month, Rep. Richard Holtorf (R-Akron) gave a dour assessment of the legislative landscape for Republicans following the 2020 election and offered ideas to improve their prospects going forward.
When John Eastman, the visiting conservative scholar at CU and an attorney now famous for working to verify the Big Lie, was announced as a guest on the Peter Boyles Show over two days last week, there were hints that things could get heated.
“Do you […] believe the election was fraudulent?”
Last week’s appointment of John Marshall as president of Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction kicked up some dust on both sides of the Continental Divide.
During a radio appearance Saturday, CU Regent Heidi Ganahl opposed Joe Biden’s proposal to expand access to higher education for millions of Americans by offering tuition-free community college.