GOP Rep: Dems 'Sold Out the Most Vulnerable Amongst Us'

Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CO) accused Democrats of supporting policies “that have blocked jobs, hurt the poor, sold out the most vulnerable amongst us, and have left too many behind” during the Republican Party’s weekly address. “President Obama continues to rely

GOP Rep: Dems 'Sold Out the Most Vulnerable Amongst Us'

Obama Drags Senator Mark Udall Below GOP Challenger Cory Gardner

Senator Mark Udall (D-CO) is running nearly ten points behind his GOP challenger–Representative Cory Gardner (R-CO-4th Dist.)–and one of the reasons is a backlash against Obama. According to a Quinnipiac University poll released September 18, Gardner is currently ahead 48

Obama Drags Senator Mark Udall Below GOP Challenger Cory Gardner

Planned Parenthood's Very Bad Year Keeps Getting Worse

Poor Planned Parenthood. America’s largest abortion provider is having a very bad year and thanks to a Republican proposal to make birth control available over the counter, it could be getting even worse. Despite the President himself siding with no

Colorado: Control of Senate Could Be In the Mail

Colorado has emerged as a critical battleground for control of the US Senate. Polls show the race between Democrat Sen. Mark Udall and GOP Rep. Cory Gardner within the margin of error. Little reported, however, is the fact that this

Colorado: Control of Senate Could Be In the Mail

What the Frack? Udall in Trouble in Colorado

As The Hill points out, Democratic Sen. Mark Udall (Colo.) has been forced to take a side in Colorado’s fight over fracking, putting him at odds with his own state party.  Between Obama’s numbers being underwater, Democrats being viewed as anti-Fracking

More on Senator Udall and the ObamaCare cancellation numbers

Over the weekend, I mentioned the controversy over ObamaCare cancellation numbers in Colorado, where staffers for Democratic Senator Mark Udall have been accused of trying to intimidate state officials into keeping the true fallout from Obama’s (and Udall’s) Big Lie

Over 1,200 Missing in Colorado Flooding

A large area of Colorado, primarily Boulder County, has experienced extreme rain and flooding through the week, and now reports are coming out that over 1,200 people are missing in the deluge. From Monday to 6 PM Friday, Boulder received 14.71

Over 1,200 Missing in Colorado Flooding