Colorado Republican gubernatorial candidate Heidi Ganahl is speaking at an event this evening featuring a presentation by far-right conspiracist group, The John Birch Society (JBS). Joining Ganahl is talk radio host and Colorado’s RNC Committeeman Randy Corporon, state Rep. Mark Baisley (R-Roxborough Park) who is running for state senate, another talk radio host, former U.S. Senate hopeful Deborah Flora, and Turning Point USA’s Gabby Reichardt.
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Tim Barton of the ultra-conservative anti-LGBTQ Wallbuilders group delivered the keynote speech Friday at the Christian Home Educators of Colorado’s (CHEC) annual “Homeschool Day at the Capitol.” last Friday.
While all current amendments to our nation’s Constitution were proposed by a two-thirds majority of both chambers of the U.S. Congress and ratified by three-fourths of the states, a debate Tuesday night in Loveland, Colorado, covered the merits and drawbacks of another process entirely: a convention of states.
Editor’s Note: This op-ed was submitted by Paul Dragu, Communications Director for the John Birch Society (JBS), in response to a Colorado Times Recorder article published on May 27, 2021 titled “John Birch Society Speaker Defends Chilean Dictator Pinochet to Colorado Conservatives.”
John Birch Society speaker Leah Southwell wants folks to know that Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet wasn’t such a bad guy. Political Science professors and historians disagree.