Since the litmus paper comes out of their mouths with almost the exact same color, the herd is looking for ways to persuade voters they’re all as different as they appear to each other
So now Hickenlooper has climbed on the populist bandwagon, saying he won’t support issues that communities don’t want in their backyard. Oh. Like fracking?
We all know what’s at stake here, and when the public pays attention, these anti-abortion schemes evaporate after they’re exposed. What activists are counting on is your apathy
DENVER | Jack Graham, the former athletic director at Colorado State University and Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, submitted his petitioned signatures to the Colorado Secretary of State’s office Monday, March 28, making him the first candidate to move toward securing a spot on the June primary ballot. Graham, who declared his candidacy Feb. 16, joins more than […]
I don’t want Cadman’s tea-party politics any more, and neither does the rest of his honorable Republican colleagues who have grown weary of being bullied and bludgeoned.
The exhibit is enthralling and revolting at the same time. It just doesn’t seem possible I lived in a time so rife with hate and racism
The party of Trump and Cruz no longer needs and has absolutely no use for their former masters-turned-slaves
An OnSight/Keating Research poll of Colorado voters found 52 percent of respondents — including 59 percent of independents — believed the vacancy should be filled before the presidential election in November. About 67 percent of Republicans polled said they think filling the vacancy should wait until after the next president takes office.