Donald Trump is selling himself as the champion of working-class voters. He says Democrats and their presumptive presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton, are selling them out with trade deals. But Trump is just a fraud.
Unfortunately, President Obama is pushing the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement and Clinton is not confronting him for doing so.
That has to change – fast.
The Western Conservative Summit crowd heard a touching tribute to retiring Colorado Christian University president Bill Armstrong on Friday night, a man who has served Colorado long and well.
The 10-minute-plus video features some of the best-known names in Colorado politics, from pollster Floyd Ciruli and state GOP icon Dick Wadhams.
“I think he built the modern Republican Party we know today,” Wadhams says in tribute of his boss during the 1980s.
Armstrong was a young Colorado radio station owner who became a force in state and national politics, serving at the right hand of Ronald Reagan during Armstrong’s 12 years in the U.
It takes months to have Donald Trump back in Denver, then there’s Mile High connections to the New York billionaire all over the place.
There were protests and violence on the streets outside the Colorado Convention Center, as the rambunctious presidential candidate and his pit bull with lipstick sidekick Sarah Palin spoke to the Western Conservative Summit.
At the same time, a Washington Post story was getting around about how Trump settled his tab at a charity auction in 2012.
A North Carolina law limiting protections for LGBT people, which stoked a national debate over transgender rights when it was approved in March, appears unlikely to see any major revisions during this year's legislative session. A top lawmaker said Friday that only a portion related to workplace lawsuits will be amended.