Right-wing Republicans in Colorado have seen the blue clouds coming for years, slowly engulfing them in a fog of powerlessness.
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.
OPINION: Colo Republican Leader Wasn’t Wearing a Mask at Cafe Because a Mask Is “Not Really Protecting Me.” But What About Everyone Else?
UPDATE: Neville later stated on Facebook that he believes masks provide no protection against COVID-19.
Colorado’s governor and attorney general both stated today that sheriffs should disregard county resolutions not to enforce gun-safety laws.
Conservative Radio Host Says Colorado GOP “Basically” Lied about Proposed Program to Save Addicts’ Lives
One of Colorado’s top Republicans is crediting conservative radio station KNUS for being instrumental in stopping a program aimed at saving the lives of drug addicts.
In a post Tuesday, the Colorado Times Recorder reported, among other things, that KHOW 630-AM’s morning host Ross Kaminsky said Social Security is “clearly” a “Ponzi scheme,” like U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO) said a few years back.
Conservative talk-radio host Ross Kaminsky dredged up an old conversation Tuesday, saying Social Security is “clearly” a “Ponzi scheme” and a “fraud.”
Contradicting McConnell, Gardner says DACA will only be considered after Senate agrees on other issues
Contradicting U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, who expressed his “intention” to allow a Senate vote on DACA and other immigration issues, even if other issues, like defense spending and disaster relief, were not resolved, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner today walked back expectations that a DACA vote will actually occur, stating that Senate agreements on “funding the federal budget for the year,” on “budget caps,” and on “defense spending” must be completed before the Senate will take up the “DACA issue.”
Echoing Trump, Gardner says passage of tax bill will be a “great Christmas celebration across the country”
Sounding much like Trump, who last week called the Republican tax bill “one of the great Christmas gifts to middle-income people,” U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) told conservative radio listeners Friday: