The Colorado Springs Gazette has plans to expand its presence statewide.
With a CU pin on his lapel and a gold tie around his neck, Mark Kennedy showed up for his first day as the University of Colorado system’s new president yesterday with a junket that reached all four campuses.
On Friday, Ted Nugent was the main attraction at a rally-fundraiser for Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams' re-election bid. As usual, controversy surrounded the rock star who used a racial epithet to describe Japanese people in a speech that also touched on World War II, urban decay and labor.
A Colorado Law Aims to Have U.S. President Elected by Popular Vote. Republicans Are Organizing to Stop This.
Frank McNulty – former speaker of Colorado’s House of Representatives – was on KOA News Radio's Mandy Connell Show earlier this month pushing to remove Colorado from the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact via a ballot initiative for 2020.
The Republican Liberty Caucus of Colorado (RLCC) – which considers itself “the conscious of the Colorado GOP” – just released the first edition of its “liberty scorecards.”
Nicole Martin – an attorney representing Jack Phillips, the conservative Colorado baker embroiled in an ongoing constitutional battle over LGBTQ rights – was on the radio yesterday. Her cameo on Peter Boyle’s 710 KNUS show followed the lawsuit from Denver attorney Autumn Spardina, whom Phillips refused a cake representing her transgender identity.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos will make an appearance in Colorado Springs later this month in support of Parents Challenge -- an organization promoting school choice. She has a close personal relationship with the organization's founder. Furthermore, there's deep uncertainty about what the ultimate outcome of a voucher system in the U.S. would be.
A trailer for "RUN" came out today, billing the independently-produced reality TV program featuring state Sen. Faith Winter (D-Denver) as a makeover show for the campaigns of female candidates.