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.
Two Colorado conservative groups, the Republican Study Committee and the U.S. Election Integrity Project, held an informal hearing on alleged election irregularities in Colorado last Saturday, April 24.
Lauren Boebert’s meteoric rise in Colorado politics, from a virtual unknown to congresswoman in two short years, can be tracked by the media coverage surrounding her staunch fundamentalist defense of the Second Amendment and her controversial public antics with firearms.
In FBI Interview, Former CO GOP Candidate Questions Integrity of U.S. Capitol Investigation, Interrogates Agents
In a March 17 Facebook post, Calandra (Vargas) O’Hanlan, a former GOP congressional candidate, announced that she had been surprised at her residence early that morning by two FBI agents inquiring about the January 6 storming of the U.S. Capitol by attendees of a rally calling for election integrity, an event which O’Hanlan had also attended.
Colorado Talk Radio Show Echoes Falsehood That Jihadists Among Central Americans Advancing Toward U.S.
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.