Speaking on Greeley radio KFKA yesterday, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck of northern Colorado said the "really scary part" about the impeachment process is that "there really is a deep state," and he pledged to fight back in part by taking a "very hard" look at pay raises and other benefits for federal employees and "job security" of "senior bureaucrats" in the executive branch.
The management of a Denver radio station has canceled its Chuck and Julie show, after co-host Chuck Bonniwell said on air that the “never-ending impeachment of Donald Trump” makes "you wish for a nice school shooting to interrupt the monopoly.”
Again today, Gardner's office declined to answer questions from the Colorado Times Recorder about whether he'll vote to remove Trump from office -- or if he thinks it was appropriate for the White House to prevent administration officials from testifying before Congress.
Bonniwell's comment came as KNUS is facing accusations that a staffer is a Nazi.
In what appears to be another sign that KNUS 710-AM is unconcerned about allegations that a staffer is a Nazi, the station's afternoon-drive show conducted an on-air film review Friday of a classic anti-Nazi movie, Inglourious Basterds.
Denver's KNUS 710-AM management isn't saying whether the radio station will air a new show hosted by the Colorado Proud Boys, a designated hate group, according to a report by 9News' Jeremy Jojola.
Would a Colorado ballot measure banning abortion after 22 weeks into pregnancy inspire more conservatives to vote next year, to the benefit of anti-choice Republicans like Cory Gardner?
In what are apparently his first public comments since accusations surfaced that he’s a Nazi, KNUS 710-AM producer Kirk Widlund said it’s all a “smear” campaign against him, and he never stated, among other things, that America fought on the wrong side of WWII.