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.
On KLZ's Grassroots Radio Colorado Wednesday, a caller put the following question to Joe Coors, who's running against Rep. Ed Perlmutter for a congressional seat...
Secretary of State Gessler told KNUS that the issues involved with him using his office's discretionary funds to give himself what amounted to a $1,400 bonus are "petty stuff" and the Denver Post is on a "jihad" against him.
Steve Kelley played an audio clip of Obama criticizing Romney's response to the Libya attack, saying Romney has a "tendency to shoot first and aim later. Then he asked Josh Romney if his father shot first and aimed later, when disciplining!
It's not ok to impose your homophobia on others anymore in America, even though we just saw it happen in Colorado. Most Colorado legislators know it. Yet the legislation was killed by Colorado House Republicans.
Reporters shouldn't let Romney get away with saying he's a one-time flipper.
You hear the Marxist card thrown around so much these days on conservative talk radio that it's become standard fare.
Colorado Springs talk-radio host Jimmy Lakey went into a jag on his 740 KVOR talk show about how in the world Fluke's birth control could cost so much.
Since day one in office, Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler has had a number of problems as well a problem with numbers, as in figures.
I've been thinking that journalists should add a "civility" beat to their shrinking offerings. At least they should give a little extra air or ink (literal and digital) to challenge politicians when they hit below the belt.
While lawmakers continued reform momentum this year, those efforts were tempered by other bills that expanded an already intrusive and expensive drug law regime that returns questionable public safety value.
After having the church door shut in our face and we stood there for thirty minutes. The line built up and the women behind the door cried, disrobed and rubbed dirt all over themselves.
Egged on by radio-host Amy Oliver, Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CO) revealed Friday that he favors plans that "would basically turn the Department of Transportation back to the states."
The Colorado legislature has taken a modest step towards restraining its penchant for overcriminalizing the lives of Coloradans. Let's hope it makes us all a little bit freer from an often overweening state.