Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) will be the guest of honor tomorrow at the Colorado Federation of Republican Women (CFRW) luncheon, Saturday, Sept. 7 in Englewood.
Colorado’s Republican Senator Cory Gardner is once again promoting the idea that babies born alive after failed abortions don’t always receive medical care, an event which doctors say doesn’t occur.
Members of Colorado’s Bikers for Trump group have been serving as an informal security force for the Recall Polis campaign. Recall proponents have posted images of BFT members at signature gathering locations as well as at other pro-recall events.
MLK Daughter Responds to Denver GOP Chair Comment, “I Bet MLK Wishes He’d Had a Sniper by His Side That Day”
“Listen to his speech, ‘I’ve Been To The Mountaintop,’ delivered the evening before he was assassinated,” tweeted MLK’s youngest daughter Bernice King yesterday to Denver Republican Party Leader Kristina Cook. “My father knew his time on earth was short. He stood by his nonviolent philosophy. He would not have wanted a gun battle on his behalf. Don’t use him for this.”
Denver’s Catholic Archdioceses, Colorado Christian University’s Centennial Institute, and Catholic Charities are sponsoring a Sept. 10 event called “Made this Way: Male and Female,” featuring anti-transgender activist Emily Zinos who “helps parents and educators identify and address the threats of transgender ideology,” according to promotional materials.
With Democratic primary campaigns well under way for 2020, presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) will make his first Colorado appearance Monday, September 9, for a rally in Denver.
UPDATE: Former chair Tamra Farah’s response disputing two reported dollar amounts related to the event has been added to the end of this story.
A Conservative Radio Host Asks His Listeners Why They Don’t Like Gardner–and Gets a Response From the Senator
A conservative radio host asked a question I’ve been wanting to hear on the conservative air waves for years: Why do so many Republicans dislike U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) so much?
The mysterious implosion of the county GOP party in Colorado Springs may hamper Republican efforts to fortify itself against a blue wave that appears to be heading our way again next year.
U.S. Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO) issued a news release Wednesday about a new report showing Gardner to be “one of the most bipartisan Senators” in Congress.