Imagine a Colorado in which a U.S. senator, the governor and the mayor of Denver all swear allegiance to the the Ku Klux Klan. It happened -- barely 75 years ago. Between 1921 and 1925, the Klan flourished politically in Colorado, part of a national resurgence amid a time of social unrest after World War I.
Five percent of the state's 1 million residents at the time -- claimed membership in the secretive group.
"The Klan converted Colorado into one of the Invisible Empire's strongest realms," said University of Utah history professor Robert Goldberg, who wrote Hooded Empire: The Ku Klux Klan in Colorado.
Well The Klan has never left Colorado and will always be here. If you feel the need to stand up for your Country,Race, And State. Then I encourage you to fill out an application and If qualified join us in keeping Colorado a place of Beauty.