Video List

Here are some insightful videos from the Colorado Center Party!

Center Party Statement on Antisemitism on campus

Three Ivy league University presidents displayed a shocking lack of moral clarity on antisemitism during their recent testimony to Congress. Supporting the genocide of Jews does not require “context” to determine if it violates university policy, it must be condemned and stopped. Treating genocide as anything but the most heinous crime against humanity is wrong in any context. These University presidents should step down so that these Universities can breathe fresh air into these important institutions for respectful civic dialogue.

Center Party Statement on Invasion of Israel

The Colorado Center Party is appalled by the barbaric terrorist invasion of Israel by Hamas. We agree completely with the statement issued by our European allies, “We make clear that the terrorist actions of Hamas have no justification, no legitimacy, and must be universally condemned. There is never any justification for terrorism. Our countries will support Israel in its efforts to defend itself and its people against such atrocities. All of us recognize the legitimate aspirations of the Palestinian people, and support equal measures of justice and freedom for Israelis and Palestinians alike. But make no mistake: Hamas does not…

Center Party achieves Minor Party Status

The recently formed Colorado Center Party, , gained minor party status this month from the Secretary of State. Minor party status allows the party to nominate candidates for the general election ballot without having to collect petition signatures to get onto the ballot.                 The Colorado Center Party was launched in January of 2022 when they held their first election of officers and Executive Committee members. It is not affiliated with any national organization. The Center party has a platform that is pro-choice on abortion, fighting crime by maintaining cash bail for those accused of a crime and support…

Property taxes to skyrocket

I don’t think we can trust the left leaning legislature to protect us against sky-high property tax bills after the elimination of the Gallagher amendment protections. SB23-303 created a ballot issue for November that looks like a shell game of temporary reductions to make us think we’re getting money back. Will we accept the plan to “retain and spend excess state revenues that will be used to backfill some of the reduced property tax revenue”? We either take what crumbs they offer us, or we get no relief at all. The Republicans walked out of the deliberations and ended up…