Last Monday, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) came out against President Donald Trump’s controversial nomination of Dr. Judy Shelton as a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve.
One funny side effect of congressional candidate Lauren Boebert’s rise to fame is that she makes other Republican Party candidates in Colorado look awful–at least in the eyes of conservative hardliners who must vote nonstop if Cory Gardner has a prayer to win in November.
With three months remaining until the 2020 election, the Trump campaign appears to be surrendering in Colorado, with no television advertising time reserved at all in the state, prompting the question: Will August be the month Cory Gardner, a close ally of the president, breaks from President Donald Trump?
Tomorrow is the three-year anniversary of perhaps the most famous thumb-down moment in American history.
Health care advocates sounded the alarm today about potential budget shortfalls for Colorado’s Medicaid program, the state-federal health insurance program for low-income residents.
WASHINGTON— Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner leveled a series of accusations against China during a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing Wednesday. At one point, he condemned the Communist Party of China for “[hiding and obscuring] critical information” about the coronavirus despite recent reports finding similar practices in the United States.
Asked earlier this month about President Donald Trump’s handling of the Russian bounty scandal, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) launched into an attack on Russia, instead of criticizing the president, and shifted blame to the left, saying Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) had the same U.S. intelligence showing Russia paid bounties to Taliban-linked mercenaries to kill U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
Following the lead of Trump administration officials and campaign staff, several Colorado Republicans are joining the conservative social media site Parler, which is best known for allowing users to post misinformation or extreme statements typically blocked by Twitter or Facebook.
Three years ago this month, after the downward-pointing thumb of John McCain put an end to the last of three Republican attempts to kill Obamacare, the Arizona senator issued a statement with ideas on how America could move forward to improve its health care system.
Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner is bragging a lot these days about, as his campaign website puts it, having “had eight bills signed into law, more than the current Colorado delegation combined.”