Art Club Documentary is Now Online

The feature length (84 min) documentary film on transgender grooming in public schools is now online at This is a story of one family’s struggle with and triumph over public school indoctrination and the transgender social contagion. As the filmmaker for this production it was an extraordinary honor to help tell their story. I recommend everyone view and share this important story.

The film is available online without any paywalls. We want everyone to know what is happening in far too many schools across our nation. Please join the team of concerned parents, grandparents and citizens who are telling those they know about this significant issue.

Last Saturday the Colorado Republican State Central Committee chose the officers for the party. The chairman is David Williams, vice-chairman is Priscilla Rahn and Secretary is Anna Ferguson. I offer my hearty congratulations and offer to help them in any way they consider appropriate.

My bid for the chairman position was unsuccessful, but the campaign was productive in many ways. All of the candidates engaged in several forums where I believe iron sharpened iron and we all came out with a better understanding of what it will take to turn our party and state back to solid principles of good, limited government.

I also thank everyone who did so much for my campaign. It is a great encouragement to see such passion and energy from so many who are in our battle for liberty. Do not lose hope. If we are following God’s guidance and the principles in His Word, we are on the right path and He will always lead us to His ultimate victory.

In these very challenging times we must never, never, never… never give up!

In these final days before the state central committee meeting on March 11 Kevin Lundberg has set aside 15 hours to meet with as many state central committee people as he can, mostly via Zoom. For all of the details, click here.

Today I announced my candidacy for state chairman of the Colorado Republican Party. The Republican state central committee will meet on March 11 to select the chair, vice-chair and secretary positions for the Colorado GOP. 

On January 31, 2023 the Colorado Republican State Central Committee is scheduled to meet in a virtual format to consider charges brought against the El Paso County Republican Chair. 

It is important that all of the committee members understand both sides of this controversy prior to the meeting. For the record, I have repeatedly asked the state chair to not go through with this meeting as I expect it will only serve to further stir up controversy. For more information please click here.

On January 31, 2023 the Colorado Republican State Central Committee is scheduled to meet in a virtual format to consider charges brought against the El Paso County Republican Chair.

It is important that all of the committee members understand both sides of this controversy prior to the meeting. For the record, I have repeatedly asked the state chair to not go through with this meeting as I expect it will only serve to further stir up controversy. For more information please click here.

We have serious issues with our election systems which must be addressed. Anyone who insists there is not enough evidence hasn’t been paying attention, or maybe they are a part of the problem! Toward that end I have complied a list of resources for this vital subject which I urge all to check out. It can be found by clicking here.

Yes, that is what it amounts to for the clerk and her assistant in Mesa County. The local district attorney got a grand jury to indict both of these public servants with a long list of felony charges because they have been doing their best to protect the election records from the 2020 election. They were arrested and put in jail this past week. 

I have followed the situation in Mesa county quite closely and I am extremely frustrated with the political witch hunt that has been instigated by far too many elected officials, on both sides of the aisle. As an advocate for election integrity I see very little integrity coming from those who assure us that there is nothing to be concerned about, but then refuse to allow any serious investigation into the many irregularities that have occurred here in Colorado, and across the nation.
The only way we will get past the current distrust of our election systems is to prove their veracity, or effect the changes necessary to make them trustworthy. To deny this obvious problem is to become a part of the problem.

The charges, the bail that was set, and all of the other things that they have thrown against Tina and her supporters for many months are way out of proportion. This is political retribution in its ugliest form. If anyone thinks these heavy handed (and flimsy) charges will settle the issue, they are very mistaken. Tina and her supporters are now more committed than ever to fix the election corruption that is becoming more evident with every action the system takes against those who are genuinely trying to clean up our elections.

I am sure I will be reporting on further developments in this unwarranted political attack of a candidate for Secretary of State, but for now read Tina’s response on her website here.

The big story in the legislature this week was not dealing with any bills. It was two virtually identical resolutions (HR-1004 and SM-001) in the House and Senate concerning election integrity (or the lack thereof).

I titled this as the truth about “The Big Lie,” because there is a big lie out there, a really big lie, but it is not what is being reported by virtually every media outlet, every Democrat leader and too many Republicans as well. We are all too familiar with this story. I have been reporting on it for now well over a year. To pick up many of the details review the reports I have published (found below on this page and the newsletter archives on the website).

Suffice it here to say that there is an overwhelming bank of evidence that the 2020 election was filled with fraud, particularly in the presidential swing states. Part of the really big lie is that Colorado’s voting system is called the “gold standard.” Colorado has been a leader in establishing a voting system that is ripe for fraud and abuse, with automatic voter registration, same day voter registration, all mail ballots, a totally opaque electronic voting system and bloated voter registration roles that in some cases exceed the number of possible voters that exist in each county.

Calling this absurd and dangerous voting system the “gold standard” is the Orwellian part of this really big lie. It is obvious that the really big lie is being promulgated by those who coined the terms “gold standard” and “The Big Lie.” Of course, they insist that anyone who questions the integrity of this flimsy system is buying into “The Big Lie.”

Here is a way to test the veracity of these competing claims: Who is calling for audits, transparency of all the facts and verification of the claims? Who wants all of this to be given a fair hearing in the courts? Who wants the election equipment vendors to open up their boxes and their computer codes? Who is trying to get this all out in the open and who is insisting that we just cover it up and move along?

Too much has already come out to think this will ever go away before it is completely settled. The time has come to verify the facts on both sides of the argument. We must have election integrity, with verified, repeatable, and robust accuracy of the real, live, legitimate voting citizens. Anyone who refuses to get this sorted out is promoting the really big lie.

Getting back to the resolutions, they were not just denying the evident fraud of the 2020 election, or only claiming that Colorado has the “gold standard.” The resolution was urging the U.S. Congress to pass Federal legislation which would force these systems on all 50 states. Fortunately that fell apart in Washington, and in Colorado we now know who supports this charade in the Colorado legislature.

Essentially the votes for the resolutions fell on party lines (the only exception was a senator who is not much more than Republican in name only). Several amendments were also proposed, where the votes tell much when looking at who voted for and against the amendments. If you want to study those details I invite you to click on the resolutions and look at the amendments and individual votes on the amendments.

I wrap this up with the observation that a large majority of Republicans, many unaffiliated and even a big chunk of Democrats know that our election systems are broken. The opportunity for fraud is obvious to anyone who fairly assesses the shallow security measures and the evidence of fraud is over whelming, for those who actually take the time to look at the evidence.

There is a really big lie out there and I think of it every time I hear someone claim there is no evidence that the 2020 presidential election was stolen. Look at all the facts and judge carefully. Our nation’s future depends upon it.

Congratulations to the Colorado governor for finally recognizing that the pandemic emergency is over! Late last week he declared it so on a Colorado Public Radio interview, which was widely reported nationwide. Finally the governor is admitting the emergency, with which he claimed legal authority to issue nearly 450 executive orders over the past 20 months, has passed …but did he really mean it? (more…)

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