Last week’s appointment of John Marshall as president of Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction kicked up some dust on both sides of the Continental Divide.
Tomorrow is the three-year anniversary of perhaps the most famous thumb-down moment in American history.
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.
A spokesman for U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman of Aurora told a reporter Monday that Coffman broke away from Trump on healthcare.
After months of silence, Colorado Treasurer and Republican candidate for governor Walker Stapleton is finally trying to address the news coverage of his family’s racist Klan legacy. Stapleton appeared on KNUS radio’s afternoon talk show, hosted by his friend Stephan Tubbs. The casual interview was a perfect venue to deliver his talking points cleanly. Instead, he made it worse – a lot worse.
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.
U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) is under fierce attack by some Colorado conservatives, after he played a key role in torpedoing GOP bills to kill Obamacare.