With a crucial vote coming before the Colorado Republican Party’s state central committee next month on whether to continue allowing unaffiliated voters to participate in Republican primary elections, recent voting records of that governing body indicate that grassroots Republicans hold power over establishment members, and could indicate that the state GOP will opt out of open primary elections.
CO Conspiracist Attorney Pleads for Applicants to Replace Staff Who’ve Left His Firm Due to Its ‘Political Direction’
Colorado attorney, grassroots GOP activist, and GOP national committeeman Randy Corporon announced on his KNUS radio show last Saturday that support staff and attorneys are leaving his law firm, citing “the political direction” of the firm.
Bid to Opt Out of Open Republican Primaries in CO Is Close to Success, Now With Help From Tancredo, Say Organizers
As grassroots Republicans continue their statewide road tour to lobby 517 county GOP officers and other central committee members to vote to end open primaries for their party, leaders of that effort are celebrating their successes and the most recent big-name recruit to their cause, Tom Tancredo.
So-called grassroots Republicans have lots of excuses for the party’s diminishing returns in Colorado politics over the past two decades, but they want you to know that the party is united and ready to claim its deserved mantle of victory in 2022.
Illustrating that the infighting among Colorado Republicans hasn’t abated, despite a string of election losses, Colorado Republican National Committeeman and talk radio host Randy Corporon is promoting a political action committee (PAC) called “Primary the Ruling Class” (PRC) taking aim at fellow Republicans who aren’t seen as “America First Patriots.”
Colorado Conservative Leader Will Still Refer to Coronavirus as “Chinese Communist Party Wuhan Virus”
Anti-Asian racism has been boiling over since the beginning of the pandemic, culminating in threats and crimes committed against Asians around the globe, including in Colorado.
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.