In a radio interview with Dan Caplis (KNUS, 710am) last Thursday, U.S. Representative Ken Buck from Colorado’s 4th Congressional District pointed to Social Security as a target for cuts in attempts to balance the federal budget, Buck’s legislative priority for a pending Trump administration and GOP-led Congress.
In CD3 race, Schwartz and Tipton radio interview reveals contrasts on public land management positions
During separate interviews broadcast last Wednesday on KSJD (91.5 FM, Cortez), host Austin Cope questioned the two major party candidates running for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District seat, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO) and former legislator and CU Regent, Democrat Gail Schwartz from Crested Butte. Their answers highlighted one of the more contentious issues emanating from the coverage of their race: Schwartz’s attacks on Tipton’s record in protecting and managing federal lands in Colorado, and Tipton pushing back by characterizing her attacks as misleading or untrue.
One year later, Colorado Springs survivors of Planned Parenthood clinic attack share stories of trauma and finding their way forward
Just before noon on November 27, 2015 — a gray, wet, and snowy day in Colorado Springs — the tragic shooting assault on the clients and staff of a Planned Parenthood clinic, the subsequent shoot out and standoff with first responders, and the eventual arrest of a suspect in the shooting forced a community to directly confront the manifest threat of ideology-inspired violence against abortion providers, and to begin the difficult task of healing for victims and the community.
A prominent national pro-choice advocacy group announced on Wednesday that it will endorse former state Senator Gail Schwartz in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District race, where Schwartz is seeking to unseat incumbent Sen. Scott Tipton.
KNUS 710-AM’s Backbone Radio host, Matt Dunn, a stalwart defender and proponent of GOP nominee Donald Trump for President, discusses (in the audio below) Republican voter appetite for GOP Congressman Mike Coffman following the release of the campaign ad where Coffman distances himself from supporting Trump.
In an exchange emblematic of the tension among Colorado Republicans over whether to back Trump at the national convention this week, a pair of KNUS talk show hosts got in an on-air shouting match this week.
On KNUS, Ken Buck praises FBI Director Comey and fellow GOP Reps, slams decision not to indict Clinton — July 11, 2016
U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R- CO) appeared on the Kelley & Kafer Show (KNUS, 710am) Monday to talk about his impressions of the congressional hearing with FBI Director James Comey to examine his decision not to file criminal charges against Hillary Clinton, over allegations of inappropriate handling of emails with sensitive information, and her use of a private server in her home while serving as Secretary of State.
Anil Mathai, GOP chair in Adams County, discusses his efforts to ensure victory in legislative races, and reveals that the Republican ground game is lacking coordination and organization with the presidential campaign for Donald Trump. Hosts Chuck Bonniwell and Julie Hayden compare Democrat Party advantage in ground game organizing with Republican Party efforts, highlighting GOP weaknesses and past lackluster effectiveness in engaging voters.
Douglas County School Board Members Bemoan Chaos, Distance Themselves from Controversy, on KLZ 560 am
Douglas County Board of Education President, Meghann Silverthorn, and board member Dr. Judy Reynolds appeared on KLZ’s Rush to Reason show Monday, to present their perspective on the recent controversy surrounding a student-organized protest this spring, opposition to their actions in anticipation of that protest, and the resulting fallout, which including an independent investigation into their actions.
The snowballing signature petition scandal for Jon Keyser is inviting speculation of exactly where and how it all ends for the young Republican, who just two short months ago appeared to be the GOP favorite from a field of 15 contenders vying to retire U.S. Senator Michael Bennet, fulfill the only viable hope for flipping a seat in the Senate, and holding or growing a Republican majority in the chamber this November.