In Colorado Democrat Election Reform Law Backfires on Liberals!

Liberals across the country are now in trouble because they chose to “stack the deck” and bend the rules while they were in charge. Now that Republicans are taking over in the national legislature and in state legislatures across the country – liberals will have to face the ramifications of the unfair laws they passed. In Colorado, those ramifications came a little sooner than they expected…   Colorado’s new election law requiring that ballots be mailed to voters may have helped Read more […]

Personhood Amendment Defeated by Colorado Voters

Sadly, while the GOP was having a great night Tuesday sweeping election victories across the nation we were losing one fight to save lives in Colorado. A personhood amendment that would have defined life as beginning at conception was killed by Colorado voters.    For the third time, Colorado voters defeated a measure to legally define life as beginning at conception, but backers of the amendment called it a victory because its 2-to-1 loss was an improvement over more crushing defeats Read more […]

Study Shows that Senators Udall and Hagan Voted with Obama 99% of the Time!

Throughout his Colorado Senate campaign, GOP challenger Cory Gardner has said that his opponent, incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Udall, voted with President Obama 99 percent of the time. Udall tried to refute the charge by calling himself an independent Democrat who regularly stands up to the White House. But a new study by CQ Roll Call backs up the Gardner campaign’s claims. According to Roll Call, there were 120 votes during the last session in which Obama urged his supporters in the Read more […]

Colorado Republicans are Destroying Democrats in Early Voting

Colorado Republicans are far outpacing Democrats in voting, according to figures from the Colorado Secretary of State, with 62,480 more Republicans than Democrats casting their vote so far in the state’s all-mail election. Republican voters have turned in 43.7 percent of all votes cast to date, compared to 31.7 percent from Democrats. The Republican lead in early turnout has held since the beginning of the week, when the Secretary of State began releasing numbers. As of Friday morning, 226,923 registered Read more […]

Democrats Attack Republican Ad that Calls Democrat Opponent “Nice Guy”

How bad a year are the Democrats having? It’s so bad that when a Republican candidate comes out with an ad that actually compliments his Democrat opponent… the Democrat Party completely loses it’s mind. Here, watch Colorado Republican Cory Gardner’s latest ad and see if you can spot the horrible things he says. Isn’t that Cory Gardner a bad guy!?! Here’s what the Democrats had to say about this really mean advertisement. “It’s clear Congressman Cory Gardner’s campaign is Read more […]

Democrat Called Out for Running “Very Misleading” and “Deceptive” Ad

Colorado Sen. Mark Udall is being called out for a new political ad, which a local NBC affiliate station calls “very misleading” and “deceptive.” The ad blames Udall’s opponent, Republican Rep. Cory Gardner, for hampering recovery from historic floods last year when he “stood with his party in Washington, voting to shut down the government.” In a “Truth Test” segment on Denver’s 9News, the ad is blasted for outright lying about the shutdown’s impact on flood response. “As Read more […]

Macabre Democrat Uses Beheaded Journalists in Reelection Fight

Senator Mark Udall (D-CO) apparently has no shame. In a recent debate with his Republican opponent Cory Gardner he had the audacity to invoke the names of beheaded journalists Steven Sotloff and James Foley in an effort to prove himself on the ISIS issue. In what can only be described as a disgusting display of selfishness he dared to imply that the two dead journalists would obviously side with President Obama (and by extension Udall) in the debate on how to proceed against ISIS. “I Read more […]

2,000 More Insurance Policies Cancelled in Colorado

More than 2,000 more Coloradans had their health insurance plans cancelled as a result of the Affordable Care Act, according to a letter from the state regulatory agency to state Senate Republicans. Following a dust-up earlier this year between Colorado Democratic Sen. Mark Udall and the Division of Insurance, Republicans have requested regular updates on policies that are cancelled because they don’t conform to Obamacare or because companies are getting out of the individual insurance market. Udall disputed the Read more […]

Campaigning Democrats Avoiding Obama like the Plague

It’s funny to watch as a lame-duck President gets avoided by the very people who swooned over him just 6 short years ago. They used to praise his every move and hang on his every word… now they just hope he doesn’t remember their names. Nowhere is the disconnect between President Obama and other Democrat politicians more visible than in Colorado, where Democrats face a tough fight in November. The GOP here is the underdog, but they’ve got a lot going for them and momentum is on the GOP’s Read more […]

Obamacare Cancels New Wave of Insurance Policies

Colorado is suffering through another wave of Obamacare insurance cancellations. If the Republicans are able to retake the Senate in November will they use this as ammunition in the fight to end Obamacare? Everyday more Americans are suffering the effects of the horrendous healthcare scheme. ———————————————————————————- More than 2,300 more health insurance policies are slated for cancellation in Colorado in the wake of the Affordable Care Act, Read more […]

House NSA Disgrace

I recognize that I am in a minority here, but I think it’s important for us to discuss. The House recently voted on Representative Justin Amash’s bill that would have severely curbed the NSA’s program for spying on Americans. While we as Republicans are generally known as the Party of “Strength” both militarily and politically, I don’t think opposing the NSA spying program limits our governments effectiveness. Rep. Amash’s amendment “which would be attached to the Pentagon’s Read more […]