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Bob BeauprezBob BeauprezJanuary 4, 201813min13700

A great many, even among those who voted for Donald Trump, openly questioned his conservative bona fides during the 2016 campaign. Some of his most ardent supporters (see Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham) quickly migrated from being the self-appointed enforcers of “Principled Conservatism” within the Republican Party to an unqualified endorsement of the new “Trumpian Populism” to justify their support. Others weren’t so sure.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningOctober 27, 201711min17520

Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday told a ballroom full of Republicans in Greenwood Village that a unified GOP will fulfill a key campaign pledge of President Donald Trump by enacting tax reform legislation. “I’m going to make a prediction tonight: We’re going to pass the largest tax cut in American history, and we’re going to pass it this year,” Pence told about 300 donors at a fundraiser for the Colorado Republican Party at the Denver Marriott Tech Center.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningOctober 25, 201712min63791

Although he hasn't launched a campaign yet, Tom Tancredo holds a wide lead in Colorado's crowded Republican gubernatorial primary field and is in a statistical tie with leading Democratic candidate Jared Polis, according to a survey conducted by the pollster who set up the polling and data operations for Donald Trump's  presidential campaign.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningSeptember 1, 20174min4470

If former U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo decides to jump into Colorado's Republican gubernatorial primary, there's one step he won't have to take. Tancredo changed his registration from unaffiliated to Republican two weeks ago "just in case," he told Colorado Politics, although he said he's still weighing whether to get in the race.


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Joey BunchJoey BunchAugust 28, 20174min151
The Colorado Department of Corrections wasn’t saying much Sunday about the death of Benjamin Davis, founder of the white supremacist gang authorities believe ordered death of prisons chief Tom Clements in 2013. Davis’ death is being investigated as a suicide, but no other details were released to the Colorado Springs Gazette, including which prison Davis […]

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