Last week, the Jefferson County Republican Party posted to its Facebook page about Colorado’s new media literacy law, claiming it will “control our children, their beliefs, and what they post on social media.”
It’s been a busy week both online and in real life for the South Jeffco Tea Party. On Tuesday one of its members called out the Republican establishment in no uncertain terms and tonight the group is hosting a VIP Meet & Greet followed by a public forum for state GOP party official candidates.
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) has been taking it pretty hard from all Coloradans, judging from his low approval ratings, and his conservative base isn’t giving him a pass when it comes to criticism either.
Back in 2015, before conservatives were removed from the Jeffco School Board, the Independence Institute’s Dave Kopel made the memorable observation that school board member Julie Williams got the “rest of the board into trouble with a lot of foolish, barely thought-out ideas she has expressed inappropriately.”