Tom Tancredo, the former Colorado Congressman who touted Trumpian nationalist views long before Donald Trump rose to power, joined with conservative radio host Peter Boyles last week to discuss the destruction of the Colorado GOP.
Why Aren’t Leftists “Hysterical About Defecating on the Street?” And Other Views on Coronavirus from Colo Right-Wing Radio Hosts
If you want facts about coronavirus, you can visit the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“What would you do if you worked somewhere, and there was a neo-Nazi on the staff?” KHOW radio host Tom Martino asked his listeners Thursday.
To fully understand the squeeze U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) faces in Colorado, you need to tune to one of the many conservative talk radio shows in the state.
Nicole Martin – an attorney representing Jack Phillips, the conservative Colorado baker embroiled in an ongoing constitutional battle over LGBTQ rights – was on the radio yesterday. Her cameo on Peter Boyle’s 710 KNUS show followed the lawsuit from Denver attorney Autumn Spardina, whom Phillips refused a cake representing her transgender identity.
The President of the Official Polis Recall campaign thinks the “worst of it,” when it comes to the transgressions justifying Polis’ removal from office, is a proposed comprehensive sex ed law working its way through the Colorado legislature.
Colorado Republican Tom Tancredo doesn’t think the Democratic or Republican parties in Colorado have much influence on elections, due to the overwhelming power and money of other political groups.
Conservative Radio Hosts Deliver Seriously Misleading Information In Their “No Safe Site” Presentation at Capitol
In an emotional if fact-challenged presentation, conservative talk-radio hosts took their campaign against an initiative to fight overdose deaths to the state Capitol on Monday.
Right-wing radio hosts and Trump-supporting groups in Colorado are trying to stoke up anger at the refugees heading toward the United States in search of a better life–and political asylum.
State Rep. Dave Williams, a Colorado Springs Republican, slammed sanctuary cities during a radio appearance Friday, claiming immigrants are drawn to them and “wreak havoc.”