Sen. Tony Exum (D-CO Springs) and Rep. Regina English (D-CO Springs) moderated a panel discussion on the importance of Black history and offered constituents a legislative update during a town hall event at the Chinook Center in Colorado Springs on Saturday.
DougCo Clerk Says It’s Aware of Oltmann’s Potential Voter Fraud And Is Cooperating With Colorado Secretary of State
“Sign in the presence of an election judge,” reads the Douglas County Voter Signature Card, a document that every in-person voter must sign before casting a ballot on Election Day. Like thousands of other voters in the conservative county, election fraud conspiracist Joe Oltmann signed one on Nov. 8 last year. The statement on the card is unequivocal:
Podcast Reveals FBI Informant in 2020 Denver Protests
Journalist Trevor Aaronson’s new podcast, Alphabet Boys, details the role Michael “Mickey” Windecker, an FBI informant, played in Denver’s racial justice protests during the summer of 2020. Following the murder of George Floyd by former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin in May, 2020, protests erupted across the country, with local communities calling for greater oversight and reform of police departments. In Denver, protesters pointed to the case of Elijah McClain, and in Colorado Springs they pointed to the case of De’Von Bailey.
Republicans Advocate for Fetuses; Hickenlooper Bill Protects Patients’ Access to Medication-Induced Abortion
U.S. Sen. John Hickenlooper (D-CO), alongside Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN), has introduced legislation to safeguard medication abortion in states, like Colorado, where abortion remains legal.
From Pence to Luttig to Ford, How Democracy Nearly Sailed Off a Cliff in Vail
VAIL, Colo. — Impeachment politics and the possibility of presidential prosecution surprisingly keep cropping up here in Vail, where new Jan. 6 revelations are about as unexpected as an affordable place to live, a free parking space, untrammeled powder on a Saturday or a decent burger for under $20.
Will the Steamboat Institute Continue To Offer a Platform to Extremists & Conspiracists?
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS – In 2005, when Fox pundit Laura Ingraham attended the Aspen Institute, she was widely quoted as saying she was there as a “token conservative.” That quip caught the attention of a conservative business couple in Steamboat Springs – Jennifer Schubert-Akin and her husband Rick Akin.
Rosemary’s Baby: The Satanic Temple and Abortion
While conservative Christians have been quick to label many things “Satanic” or “demonic” — LGBTQ people, furries, rock and roll music, dungeons and dragons — they have consistently accused abortion advocates of working under the influence of the devil.
The Devil in the Details: After School Satan Club and Public Education
“We know that there is a very real war in the heavenlies,” said Derrick Wilburn, an organizer with Advocates for D20 Kids, during a Sept. 14, 2022 presentation at Church For All Nations in Colorado Springs. “This battle takes place all the time, and the battle over all children, in Northern Colorado Springs, in specific, is getting very, very real. … We are seeing an uptick in activity that is clearly Satanic in nature, even if it isn’t necessarily Satanic, it’s just not something that we would embrace as Christian believers.”
Colorado Election Fraud Conspiracist Appears to Have Committed Voter Fraud, Court Docs Show
As one of Colorado’s most prominent election conspiracists, Joe Oltmann has spent the past two years insisting that there has been massive voter fraud in just about every Colorado and national election since 2020. He’s never been able to produce any evidence of this, and in fact, has been sued for defamation multiple times over his unsubstantiated claims.
Indicted CO Clerk Peters Falsely Implies DA Murdered Witnesses’ Brothers
Former Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters took her conspiracy promotion to a new level this week when she implied that law enforcement murdered two family members of her former staff members in order to compel them to testify against her.