Recently released Court documents from the defamation lawsuit against election conspiracist Joe Oltmann reveal that Colorado GOP Chair Kristi Burton Brown last year served as President of FEC United, Oltmann’s far-right conspiracy group, at the same time she was serving as vice-chair of the Colorado Republican Party.
By Rae Ellen Bichell, Kaiser Health News
In response to changes in talk-radio programming at Denver radio stations KOA and KHOW, Peter Boyles — who works for a competing station — said last month that he’s “heard” that talk show hosts at KOA and KHOW, both owned by IHeartMedia, have been “mandated” not to talk about specific topics, including some related to Trump.
EAGLEVAIL, Colo. — Marina Zimmerman, a member of the GOP running to unseat right-wing Republican U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert in the June 28 Colorado primary, says there’s a “silent majority” in her party inclined to put someone other than Boebert on the ticket.
The multi-trillion-dollar budget reconciliation bill moving through Congress represents an enormous opportunity to invest in unmet human and environmental needs. It’s also the best chance we have to close loopholes that help the wealthy avoid their fair share of taxes.
This concludes a series wherein I was lucky enough to debate various issues — nominally socialism, but in reality everything — with a conservative reader named Leona. Read the previous pieces here and here. After this piece, I’m gonna take some time off. See you in a month or two.
Colorado Election Fraud Group Is Training Conspiracists in Other States to Knock Doors in Search of ‘Phantom Ballots’
Election conspiracists in Colorado who pioneered a field campaign that involves volunteers, some of whom are potentially armed, going door-to-door in search of phantom ballots, are now helping to export that tactic across the country, perhaps in as many as 30 states.
Last Thursday, four of the candidates for Boulder City Council — Matt Benjamin, Lauren Folkerts, Nicole Speer, and Dan Williams — met for drinks and conversation with local constituents at the Rayback Collective, a food truck park and beer garden located in Boulder.
Eli Bremer Eli Bremer, a Colorado Springs Republican and candidate to challenge U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) in 2022, again equated transgender women competing in women’s sports with the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal in a radio interview Tuesday. It is the latest example of a pattern of transphobic rhetoric from Bremer since he announced his campaign in August.