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Denver talk-radio host Peter Boyles interviewed Lietenant Colonel Terrence Lakin's spokesperson Margaret Hemenway Tuesday, the second day in a row as the "birther" showdown unfolds in Washington. Boyles has admitted he is fascinated by the story of Greeley native Lakin, a decorated 18-year Army medic who refuses to deploy for the second time to Afghanistan because he doesn't fully believe Pres. Obama is a natural born citizen of the United States. Lakin is the latest and highest ranking of a handful of soldiers who have subscribed to the mostly right-wing theory that Obama has hidden or falsified the usual documents that would prove his citizenship and that he has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars "lawyering up" to protect their secrecy. Boyles, at the very least a semi-believer in the conspiracy himself, clearly admires the man the media is now calling "Colonel Birther."
U.S. Senate hopeful Ken Buck told Peter Boyles last week on Boyles' KHOW talk radio show that, like many Coloradans on the right, he...
Colorado's controversial former U.S. Representative Tom Tancredo spun an edifying Thanksgiving yarn over the holiday week. It was, you might say, an alternative reading of the story of the Pilgrims and the Indians. Among other things, listeners to his show Wednesday learned that, although slavery was not good, African Americans are better off for having been brought out of Africa to live in America and Native American culture is not environmentally friendly, that the trash piled up on reservations tells the real story!
In the wake of the Fort Hood shootings, Denver KHOW talk-radio host Peter Boyles told listeners that reports of retaliatory threats around the country against Muslim Americans were a myth-- a product of a politically correct culture that aimed to silence hawkish members of the right and that was making the U.S. vulnerable to attacks.
KHOW radio's Peter Boyles wears labels like "xenophobe" and "racist" as badges of honor, often comparing himself to Galileo and Copernicus; that is, as an outsider-advocate for the truth. During Tuesday's broadcast, Boyles announced his commitment to the truth sought by the "birther" movement, explaining that he has joined with World Net Daily (WND) to launch an ad campaign questioning Pres. Obama's citizenship and asking to see the president's birth certificate.