State Rep. Richard Holtorf (R-Akron) appeared on several local conservative radio shows over the weekend, discussing the launch of his committee to explore challenging U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) in the 2024 Republican primary.
Former Congressman Tom Tancredo has identified a new thorn in the side of the Colorado Republican Party and perhaps it takes one to know one.
The “only way” Colorado Congressman Ken Buck will cast a vote to avoid a government shutdown: Cut federal discretionary spending to 2019 levels.
On Tuesday, I had the distinct honor of accompanying my wife, who also happens to be my new congresswoman, to President Biden’s State of the Union address. Congressman Jason Crow, an Army Ranger, brought Richard Fierro, himself an Army veteran and Colorado Springs beer magnate who heroically stopped the anti-LGBTQ hate-fueled shooting spree at Club Q last November. Rep. Joe Neguse brought Ellen Mahoney, who lost her husband Kevin in yet another numbingly routine mass shooting in Colorado in 2021. Even Rep. Lauren Boebert had the good sense to bring luminous Colorado Mesa University President John Marshall as her guest for the evening. I, whom the Colorado Sun described as a “political consultant,” felt pretty underqualified to be sitting alongside these Colorado heroes.
U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) has introduced legislation to ban taxpayer-funded abortions for undocumented immigrants, according to a news release. This legislation comes after guidance from the Biden administration last month that was designed to ensure access to reproductive health care for unaccompanied minors.
Congressman Ken Buck, who has campaigned for nearly two decades on his pro-gun stance, finally found a gun safety bill he could support, at least until it came time to vote for it.
Buck When asked Friday on a conservative radio show how often he’s asked about the U.S. House Committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, Colorado Congressman Ken Buck called it a “nothingburger.”
Following Saturday’s chaotic and combative GOP state assembly in Colorado Springs, Congressman Ken Buck (R-Colorado) said the GOP delegates who choose far-right extremist candidates “are not making rational decisions,” but rather are angry about “American weakness.”
At a Jan 20 congressional hearing on immigration law, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) alleged that immigration courts have been overwhelmed by a large number of false or invalid asylum claims.