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    Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is Lying.

    As posted on Friday evening by Moe Lane, and picked up today by Jazz Shaw over at HotAir, embattled Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is having some buyer’s remorse on the gun control legislation he and his party foisted upon the people of Colorado. These laws resulted in the historic recall elections last year that ousted the sitting Senate President and an up an coming female Democrat from the liberal stronghold of Pueblo, as well as a resignation from State Senator Evie Hudak.

    Governor Hickenlooper is up for reelection this year and has largely lost the thin veneer of a moderate democrat, which, along with a meltdown in the GOP, led to his victory in 2010.

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    RedState Weekly Briefing: Live!!

    RedState Weekly Briefing: Live!!

    Join Caleb Howe, Joe Cunningham, Thomas LaDuke, and myself now for a live round up of the weeks events. If you miss out on the live event, come back later to watch or to listen to the FTR podcast that will be linked below. Enjoy!  

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    I’d Guess That Mark Udall’s Internal Polling is Troubling

    I'd Guess That Mark Udall's Internal Polling is Troubling

    News broke yesterday that President Obama will be coming to Colorado to campaign with Senator Mark Udall. The campaign for the U.S. Senate seat in Colorado is in full swing with Cory Gardner having cleared the field before the primary later this month.Both candidates have been trading barbs for a month or so now, and Gardner has been landing consistent blows which seem to have | Read More »

    Top 10 Reasons Worcester High Grads of 2014 Will Remember President Obama Was Their Commencement Speaker

    This last Wednesday our President, Barack Obama, was the commencement speaker for the Worcester Tech High School graduation. As always, this President really rose to the occasion. He ventured down a path most are too frightened to travel.

    The first Hipster President took it upon himself to shake off the pomp and circumstance that comes with not only a high school graduation, but a visit from the President of the United States.

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    Gun Owners of America Backs Rayburn Over Lamborn in Colorado’s CD-5

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    While everyone was focused on the shocking election results in VA-07, an email hit my inbox that could lead to another comfortable conservative being unseated in a Republican primary.

    This time in Colorado.

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    Stop the Feast, Bowe Bergdahl is No Prodigal Son

    [T]he father said to his servants, ‘Quick! Bring the best robe and put it on him. Put a ring on his finger and sandals on his feet. Bring the fattened calf and kill it. Let’s have a feast and celebrate. For this son of mine was dead and is alive again; he was lost and is found.’ So they began to celebrate. Luke 15:22-24

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    Konni Burton and the Texas GOP Convention

    In addition to sitting down with Gov. Perry and Rep. Scott Turner, I was also graced with the opportunity to interview a State Senate candidate named Konni Burton. Konni has been a grassroots activist for years and now is running to take the Senate seat held by Wendy Davis.

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    Rep. Scott Turner and the Texas GOP Convention.

    Rep. Scott Turner and the Texas GOP Convention.

    Texas State Representative Scott Turner, of  House District 33, who is running to become the Texas Speaker of the House, sat down with me for a short interview today. Rep. Turner laid out his vision of leadership for the Texas legislature, something Turner refers to often as servant leadership. As we spoke, it was clear that Turner has a passion for the state of Texas | Read More »

    Bob Beauprez and Republicans Who Want to Win

    Bob Beauprez and Republicans Who Want to Win

    *Image Courtesy of Shutterstock* Earlier this week a new group launched to support Bob Beauprez’s run for Governor. Recent internal polling by the Beauprez’s campaign shows the former congressman in a tight battle with one of his four primary opponents, former Congressman Tom Tancredo. Republicans Who Want To Win has formed as a 527 group to support the Beauprez and launched a very well done | Read More »

    Governor Rick Perry and the Texas GOP Convention

    I had the opportunity to sit down with Governor Rick Perry before his speech today at the Texas GOP Convention in Ft. Worth, Texas. We talked a bit about his time being governor, the the successes of Texas, the Democrat attempts to make Texas a battleground, open carry, and his intentions for 2016.

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    New Money Super PAC to Build GOTV Army for Conservatives

    New Money Super PAC to Build GOTV Army for Conservatives

    New SuperPACs seem to sprout up all the time, but one that brings new money to the conservative movement, and has a focus on ground operations rather than campaign ad wars, is worth noting. Vote 2 Reduce Debt (V2RD) announced they will be targeting 11 United States Senate races this fall and they are already actively engaged in three states prior to tomorrow’s June 3rd | Read More »

    Why Haven’t I Committed Mass Murder?

    Why Haven't I Committed Mass Murder?

    Why haven’t I committed mass murder? It is an interesting question considering my background. You see, I have a few things in common with many of the recent mass murderers. I came from a broken home. I didn’t really have many dates, if any, in high school. When I began the 9th grade I was only 4’6″ tall. I was only 5’4″ when I graduated. | Read More »

    RedState Weekly Briefing: Cochran/McDaniel Edition

    This week on the RedState Weekly Briefing [RSWB for short] I am joined by Caleb Howe and Thomas LaDuke in addition to RedState community member and contributor, Joe Cunningham.

    In this episode of the RSWB we discuss the shennanigans over the last few weeks in the Mississippi GOP Senate primary between incumbent Senator Thad Cochran and insurgent challenger and State Senator Chris McDaniel.

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    A Personal Note on Ken Buck

    A Personal Note on Ken Buck

    Recently I had the pleasure of working for Ken Buck on his Senate run, before he decided to run for Colorado’s CD-4. When I first met Ken, well before I worked for him, he was in the middle of his fight against cancer. He was thin, had a shaved head, and was wearing a black suit with a black tie. We spoke briefly and I | Read More »

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    #Benghazi vs. Benghazi vs. Paul Rosenberg vs. Reality

    #Benghazi vs. Benghazi vs. Paul Rosenberg vs. Reality

    Caution, this entire post is full of liberal projection, but the point that really sticks with me is the insistence by Paul Rosenberg that Benghazi is in no way exceptional and that Bush and Reagan both lost more people and suffered more embassy attacks. All the while, he never bothers to mention the very large difference between the attacks under Reagan and Bush… Wait, let | Read More »


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