At every turn during the pandemic, coronavirus skeptics are taking their shots at the public policy response to the virus. Two of these skeptics in Colorado are conservative radio talk show hosts, and they have taken to expressing their disapproval of state and federal public health responses over the airwaves.
Alt-right pundit Michelle Malkin agreed to appear on Craig Silverman’s show Saturday, but became defensive when he asked about her connections to Nick Fuentes and the “Groypers,” a far-right group of white nationalists that includes Holocaust deniers.
“‘Flatten the Curve’ Turned Into Communism Very Quickly”: How a Congressional Candidate Wowed CO Talk Radio
In the months before her upset victory over fellow Republican Scott Tipton, Colorado congressional candidate Lauren Boebert developed a loud-mouthed fan base among a key group of Colorado conservatives: talk radio hosts.
For the second week in a row, conservative activists are organizing a protest against public-health orders that have closed Colorado businesses to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Unlike the multiple protests at the state Capitol, these activists, some of whom may be openly armed, are targeting the offices of the Tri-County Health Department (TCH), the agency responsible for protecting residents of Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas counties.
When U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) gets on a plane Monday to head back to Washington, he has “no plans” to wear a mask.
Sharing the Stars & Bars: Colorado Conservatives’ Contrasting Responses After Posting the Confederate Flag
A blog post promoting a “Militia Second Amendment Rally” in Virginia made the rounds of Colorado conservative Facebook in mid-December. The event, scheduled for January 20, Martin Luther King Day, uses the Confederate Flag as its logo. Of the people and group pages sharing the post, two were relatively prominent: The Montrose County, Colorado, Republican […]
If you haven’t followed Colorado’s U.S. Senate race very closely, you might think it’s a tough moment for Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner, given how much hatred of Trump there is in Colorado, when a Trump-loving radio host asks Gardner, “Will you stand with Trump at a rally?”
Gardner Rejected a “Tea Party Patriot” Radio Show for Years, But He’s Scheduled to Be on Air Saturday
KNUS radio host Randy Corporon likes to tell his listeners the exact number of days that have elapsed since U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) accepted an invitation to appear on his show–over 1,561 days so far.
A leading conservative activist says it’s “disappointing” that U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) has yet to decide if he’ll attend a giant conservative gathering next month in Colorado.