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Best of Boebert: Her Twitter feed was the highlight of Biden’s speech

Best of Boebert: Her Twitter feed was the highlight of Biden’s speech

The only thing keeping Americans awake during Joe Biden’s address to Congress Wednesday was the death grip they held on their wallets as he droned on about his wild tax-and-spending spree that now totals more than $6 trillion. If it weren’t for the snarky Twitter feed...

Colorado Democrats kill bill to check Polis’s emergency powers

Colorado Democrats kill bill to check Polis’s emergency powers

State Senate Democrats put to a stop to all that accountability and transparency Republicans are demanding by killing their measure requiring public debate and justification before the governor can continually declare a state of emergency. Gov. Polis has had complete...

Population growth means Colorado gets additional seat in Congress

Population growth means Colorado gets additional seat in Congress

It’s official, Colorado will gain an additional congressional district meaning voters will elect eight U.S. representatives in 2022, the Census Bureau announced Monday. That's the good news. Where exactly the new district will be located has yet to be determined. The...

Biden nominates radical leftist to lead Bureau of Land Management

Biden nominates radical leftist to lead Bureau of Land Management

President Biden has nominated Montana environmental activist and Democrat operative Tracy Stone-Manning of Montana to head the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management. Stone-Manning got her start in environmental activism as the spokesperson for the mother of...

If Bennet supports D.C. statehood, then he supports court packing

If Bennet supports D.C. statehood, then he supports court packing

Senator Michael Bennet offered a soft rebuke of court packing in comments reported Friday in the Colorado Sun. “I don't think the American public is interested in having the Supreme Court expanded,” he said. This statement is sure to infuriate Bennet's left-wing base,...

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