Colorado Democrat consultant calls biracial conservative “white boy”

Democratic Candidate for CU Regent agreesDENVER — In a jaw-dropping moment of online bullying, Democrat consultant Laura Chapin called Americans for Prosperity Colorado state director Michael Fields “white boy.”  The problem with Chapin’s tweet? It's blatantly racist. Fields is biracial.​Chapin has consulted for several liberal groups, including NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado and Colorado Wins. Though she

September 30th, 2016|All|

Condescending bureaucrat to Coloradans hit by Obamacare insurance hike: ‘Shop around’

DENVER — As the Colorado Division Insurance announced a 20 percent rake hike for individual insurance policies, Colorado Department of Insurance commissioner Marguerite Salazar would only give one piece of advice for struggling Coloradans — “shop around.” Salazar’s advice comes despite the fact that there are fewer options in Colorado, since Obamacare has run several insurance companies out of

September 21st, 2016|All|


Denver - Colorado State Senator Laura Woods received a terrifying threat this weekend when an Arvada man sent her a Facebook message stating “maybe we should shoot you and your Ugly a** family straight in the face” as part of a hateful diatribe. Senator Woods, who lives with her son, daughter-in-law, and grandchildren, feared for

September 20th, 2016|All|

UPDATED: Hickenlooper solicits partisan donations from the Governor’s office – uses state seal as backdrop 

​UPDATE: Governor DELETES VIDEO(Don't worry, we saved it for him) Hickenlooper solicits partisan donations from the Governor’s office - uses state seal as backdrop UPDATE: Within two hours of the Compass Colorado release below, Governor Hickenlooper deleted the partisan fundraising video from his Facebook page. The Governor offered no explanation or apology on his page as to

September 15th, 2016|All|

Signature fraud scandal the latest setback to minimum wage hike campaign

​DENVER – The campaign to raise Colorado’s minimum wage to $12 per hour is facing its second scandal in less than a week. Last week, reports emerged that Colorado Families for a Fair Wage had failed to compensate their own signature gatherers the $12 per hour that they seek to impose on all Colorado employers. The campaign was

August 30th, 2016|All|

Fracktivist initiatives fail to make the ballot

DENVER – The Secretary of State’s office announced this morning that two initiatives designed to harm Colorado’s energy industry have failed to qualify for this November’s ballot.Initiatives 75 and 78 required 98,942 valid signatures from Colorado voters in order to make the ballot. Initiative 75, a measure that would have given local governments the authority

August 29th, 2016|All|

Minimum wage proponents respond to accusations, blame “clerical error”

​DENVER — The campaign to increase Colorado’s minimum wage to $12 an hour is working overtime to fix what it claims are “clerical errors.” Earlier today, Compass Colorado highlighted that the campaign reported 24 of their workers were paid less than the $12 an hour proponents are attempting to codify into the Colorado constitution.“The union-funded campaign to force

August 23rd, 2016|All|

ProgressNow bails on Amendment 69

DENVER – In a huge blow to the campaign that seeks to turn Colorado’s health care system into a government-run socialized-medicine albatross, liberal advocacy group Progress Now has announced that it will oppose the ballot measure this fall.The news came as a surprise to many, including proponents of Amendment 69. State Sen. Irene Aguilar, D-Denver, who was

August 17th, 2016|All|

Minimum wage hike makes the ballot, threatening thousands of Colorado jobs

DENVER – The Secretary of State’s office announced this morning that an initiative designed to increase Colorado’s minimum wage to $12 per hour by 2020 has qualified for this November’s ballot.Colorado voters will now decide the measure’s fate. Countless studieshave demonstrated the severely harmful effects of across-the-board minimum wage hikes, particularly to those for whom the policy seeks

August 11th, 2016|All|