In what appear to be his most extensive comments yet on his possible appointment as Trump’s Secretary of Interior, former Colorado Congressman Bob Beauprez told KOA 850-AM listeners this morning why he’d be a good fit for the job.
Since the election, there’s been a lot of speculation about how fake news and misinformation spread on social media could have affected the outcome. A Buzzfeed News analysis found that falsehoods from hyperpartisan news sites, particularly ultra-conservative pages, were shared at an alarming rate.
The Bell Policy Center, a Colorado organization that advocates for family economic security and equal opportunity, is calling on community members to share programs, projects, and other efforts that have successfully helped Colorado families get and stay ahead.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, along with their partners and allies, rallied at Colorado’s capitol to demand immigration reform. Dozens filled the building’s west steps chanting “si se puede” (yes we can) and “stand up fight back.”
Christian university president cites “spiritual drift of many millennials” as a post-election concern
Colorado Christian University President Don Sweeting takes “no false comfort in the results of the election,” citing a “deeply divided nation” and the “spiritual drift of many millennials.”
The United States has elected a president who has repeatedly denied climate science, and the Republican Party, which has failed to show leadership on environmental issues, maintained control over Congress and Colorado’s state Senate. To add to an already long list of challenges, Colorado passed Amendment 71, which, environmentalists say, will likely impede future grassroots movements from placing pro-environment measures on the ballot.
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.
Patrick Neville, who equated a doctor who performed abortions to the devil, is GOP state house minority leader
State Rep. Patrick Neville (R-Castle Rock), whose voice is familiar to listeners of conservative talk radio, was elected state house minority leader Thursday.
On Thursday evening at around 5:30 p.m., thousands took to Denver’s streets to peacefully protest president-elect Donald Trump. They marched from the capitol building up and down 16th Street Mall with chants like “not my president,” “my body my choice,” “white silence is violence,” and “say it loud, say it clear, immigrants are welcome here.”
Share your love or hatred of political journalism by joining a panel of journalists and media observers Tuesday, Nov. 15, for a discussion of media coverage of the election, particularly in Colorado.