CALL: Senator Hudak has become an embarrassment to Colorado
DENVER – State GOP Chairman Ryan Call today condemned Democrat state Sen. Evie Hudak for making “inappropriate and insensitive remarks” to a rape victim who testified against a bill that would ban concealed carry permitted handguns on college campuses.
“Senator Hudak has become an embarrassment to Colorado and a distraction in the State Senate,” said Call. “Her condescending attitude toward this young woman is not only reprehensible, it is indicative of the attitude of Colorado Democrats who think they know better.” Read more »
We can only imagine what obituaries the Post has in the can for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Bashar al-Assad, and Kim Jong Un
Readers across Colorado can be excused for spilling their coffee after seeing The Denver Post‘s front-page treatment Wednesday of the death of Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez.
The banner headline is a quote from a Chavez political appointee: “I feel a sorrow so big I can’t speak. He was the best this country had.” Read more »
HUDAK: “Statistics are not on your side”
DENVER– Despite hearing life-and-death stories of rape victims who begged legislators not to take away their right to carry concealed weapons on college campuses, a Democrat controlled Senate panel did just that late Monday night.
Those who carry concealed weapons “increase the severity of a crime, increase the likelihood of death,” declared state Sen. Evie Hudak (D-Westminster). Read more »
If the Hickenlooper administration signs off, convicted sex offender al-Turki could soon be headed home to Saudi Arabia
DENVER – A convicted Saudi felon who was sentenced to 28 years in prison after being convicted by a Colorado jury for imprisoning his housekeeper and holding her as a sex slave could soon be released from prison.
Homaidan al-Turki, a Saudi citizen whose 2006 case made headlines and triggered national outrage when he was arrested for imprisoning and sexually abusing his maid in the basement of his Aurora home, has asked to be repatriated to Saudi Arabia under the terms of a bilateral treaty. Read more »
Hickenlooper said Monday that he isn’t worried that signing a slew of Democratic gun-control bills will hurt his reelection chances
DENVER–Gov. John Hickenlooper said in an interview Monday that he isn’t worried that signing a slew of Democratic gun-control bills will hurt his reelection chances, despite overwhelming opposition from gun-rights advocates at Monday’s hearings.
More than 1,000 protestors swarmed the state capitol Monday in an unsuccessful effort to stop seven Democrat-sponsored gun-control measures. Read more »