On Sunday, ColoradoPols posted a video of GOP gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo flipping off protesters gathered in opposition to the recall of State Sen. Evie Hudak. Tancredo discussed the video KNUS' Peter Boyles show Tuesday, and...Show More Summary
Rep. Mike Coffman (R-CO) said last year that too big a deal was made of his comment about Obama is not an American "in his heart." But reporters were right not to think otherwise. Here's another slap at Obama by a Republican Congressman...Show More Summary
Tin foil hats are the hot fashion at conservative talk-radio stations this week, with hosts, like KHOW's Peter Boyles, saying Monday he thinks the United Nations Small Arms Treaty, signed Wednesday by the United States, might really be aimed at bringing on world government. Show More Summary
During an interview on KNUS' Jimmy Sengenberger Show Sat., GOP Senate candidate Ken Buck explained what he learned from his 2010 loss to Democrat Michael Bennet. Buck told Sengenberger that, this time around, he won't let the "liberal...Show More Summary
Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler has been really upset about Colorado's new election law, which basically mandates that everyone be given a variety of voting options, like mail-in ballots and easy voter registration options. Gessler...Show More Summary
Operating in a reality that few people understand, during a one-sided pile-on in support of the recall of CO Springs State Sen. John Morse, talk-radio host Peter Boyles takes calls from "Ray" and "Tom" on KNUS radio Monday: Boyles: Ray,...Show More Summary
Rosen said on-air that he and Coffman are "friends," and Rosen admitted that he's "biased" toward Coffman. It showed in this interview; that's for sure. I'd like to think Rosen could do better.
Given how desired women are by political campaigns in Colorado, it's astonishing that Buck is already doing what he did during the last election. That is, trying to say abortion doesn't matter; no one cares about it.
Restorative Justice is not about excusing crime or letting people off the hook. It's not about forcing forgiveness or even about forgiveness per se. What Restorative Justice is makes it the most powerful answer to the justice predicament that we've yet seen.
Still, we can agree that almost any local radio show is better than no local show. And even if Boyles is bad in many ways, he's not all bad.
State Sen. Greg Brophy said yesterday on conservative radio that recent wildfires may have been started by terrorists and that "the Governor and Democrats" have left Colorado vulnerable to terrorist attacks due to their failure to spend millions of dollars on air tankers to fight forest fires.
Sally Hopper, a Republican-appointee on the ethics commission, joined the unanimous vote against Gessler but was quoted in The Denver Post as saying, "a mountain was made of a molehill."
If I were host Carlson, I would have asked Wadhams if substantive changes, even itsy bitsy ones, are required by GOP candidates to avoid the alienation trap.
You'd think Gardner would get on board with Colorado's ASSET law, which allows colleges to offer these so-called "Dreamers" the normal in-state tuition rate.
What are we if don't do everything possible, within safety constraints, to make our elections wide open to every citizen who wants to vote?
I can see the veins popping out on the necks of conservatives when they hear that Denver Post publisher Dean Singleton thinks the Republican Party is "dead in Colorado."
KVOR talk-radio host Jeff Crank and his producer were chatting Jan. 5 about how horribly trashy CNN's New Year's Eve special was. But one thing that really pissed off Crank was CNN's first on-air kiss of 2013.
This November, against all odds, the town of Longmont, Colorado, passed the first Fracking ban in CO. In support of the citizens of Longmont and to inform and encourage other communities in Colorado, Be the Change held a rally and performance event.
KNUS' Steve Kelley was on the right track with his question about the GOP PR problem, but to get to the heart of the GOP's fiscal-cliff problem, he should have contrasted Rep. Cory Gardner's head-spinning response with Obama's crisp lines on the topic.
The tone of the Greeley radio show with Devon Lentz and Tom Lucero changed just after the election when Lentz and Lucero talked to Michael Barrera of the conservative Libre Initiative, which is advocating that Republicans be nicer to Hispanics.