This is a serious error, because without the reference to Webster, you'd think Democrats were accusing sheriffs of standing with criminals just because the sheriffs oppose gun-safety laws. This was clearly not the intent of Democrats.
Conservative talk radio is reverberating with misrepresentation, confusion and falsehoods about the gun safety legislation moving through the State Legislature. Now would be a good time for fact-based listeners to straighten out the hype-based hosts.
On KFKA radio's Amy Oliver Show Tuesday, Congrassman Cory Gardner suggested that the federal Energy Department is "something we ought to look at and see whether or not they are actually justified to be there anyway."
Dan Caplis and Craig Silverman listened in silence Wednesday as Scott Gessler made the startling assertion that "Denver itself admitted" that sending election ballots to inactive voters has resulted in a "pretty high incidence of fraud."
Why did McInnis wait until it was too late? Why didn't he release the emails that allegedly instructed Rolly Fischer not to plagiarize? That's the question everyone's been asking, and Rick Wagner didn't ask it.