Friday, August 08, 2014

KANSAS CITY WEEKLY POWER RANKINGS!!!



Nobody in this world is as strong as Jordan Carver but this week these KANSAS CITY POWER PLAYERS impressed the cowtown voting public and right now they rise to the top of the most important list in local politics . . .

CHECK THE TKC WEEKLY ELECTION WEEK POWER RANKINGS!!!

Here we go . . .

Gates BBQ Served A Delicious Plate Of Kansas City Democracy This Week


Our blog community was the FIRST to grub on the special sauce of BREAKING/EXCLUSIVE NEWS regarding a Gates BBQ campaign cook-off show down on Kansas City election night.

Some didn't like the taste of defeat, while others savored the sweet victory against higher taxes. Either way, we're all gonna get a second helping of toy train slap-fighting when this thing eventually/inevitably goes back to the ballot.

Meanwhile, this local BBQ winning was a nice comeback to President Obama's tourist coleslaw tragedy.

Patrick Tuohey And The Show-Me Institute Research Proved More Powerful Than Political Consultant Spin


Here's a Kansas City trend taking hold that we like . . . Providing people facts with an admitted ideological viewpoint is now proving more persuasive to the voting public than they illusion of objectivity or straight up machine political slant from Dead Tree Media.

Freedom, Inc. Stays Strong After 50 Years Of Urban Core Activism


Like it or not, Freedom, Inc. endorsed a full slate of winners on election night. They ousted Bonnaye Mims after she had "betrayed" them and even demonstrated a grassroots strength in Democratic committee seats that many overlooked. None of this is to say there there aren't many challengers out there with lot of potential, but it's simply a fact that at this moment Freedom, Inc. is the dominant political force in Kansas City's urban core.

Robust Remington Research Group Polling Provided A Very Useful Sneak Peak @ The Will Of Kansas City Voters


The Remington Research group proved PERFECT in their assessment of the election and the polls they released to the public were the strongest indicator of election night winning. We'll have even more on the secrets of their success coming up very soon . . .

Kansas City Public Schools Took One Step Forward After Two Steps Back


Partial Accreditation is kinda like a return to mediocrity but it's a STRONG STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION following a great many recent setbacks . . . And even if it's just Missouri education officials wanting to sidestep a school transfer debate.

As always, this list has been compiled according to scientific TKC polling and market research data and it's a weekly comprehensive guide to local powerful people.

20 Comments:

Anonymous said...

KCPS is finally moving the right way. TKC, you should give Airick West some credit. Looks like he is making progress after Dr. Covington is now gone.

Anonymous said...

749, true. And it was like only 5 or whatever years. That's basically overnight.

JL said...

Ouch! That hurts me

Hugh G. Rection said...

With that photo, Jordan Carver has generated the most weekly "power yankings" than all other contenders combined!!!

Salute!!!!!

HIA MAY I HEP U NIGGER?????? said...

Gates for the nigger in chief! perfect let hiM eat CK's shittiest Q.

Vote for Pedro said...

Î voted against it all!

Anonymous said...

Fuck Obama

Fuck Gates
Fuck their coleslaw too

Anonymous said...

Airwick west had nothing to do with this turnaround. He is a fucking uneducated grifting moron. Green's leadership was key, although he needs to quit eating at the Bristol and order good cents in for lunch meetings to be a good steward of taxpayer funds. If you don't want your shit on the front page of the newspaper, don't do it. Anyhoo, it is somewhat encouraging.

Anonymous said...

KCPS stays losing.
KCPS, like all of Kansas City, is headed to the same totally nigger-ruined status as Detroit.

KC is about 15-20 years behind Detroit on the same road to ruin.

Anonymous said...

If the leadership follows the majesty of those who troll this board, you are right.

Anonymous said...

@8:14 2012 to 2014 5 years...

Things suck as they are. There is no point in making shit up.

Gobi said...

Is this really a step forward? Seems like all this did was screw it up for more students who wanted out.

That's KC for ya, no escape!

Anonymous said...

There's nothing that shows your commitment to educational excellence like getting your provisional accreditation at the same time you're threatening the state board of education with a lawsuit demanding it.
Reading and math proficiency in the distrcit is at 30%.
What chance at life are the 70% of kids who "graduate" going to have?
You can play games with numbers all day, but reality and facts are difficult things.

Anonymous said...

Freedom, Inc. basically blackmails (pun intended) candidates or groups into hiring them. Their tactics were disgusting. It's ironic they invoked "Jim Crow" and "slavery" because they were nothing more than "Uncle Tom's" doing whitey's bidding.

Anonymous said...

I recommend the coleslaw at Gate's, it is excellent and they always have it.

Anonymous said...

Freedom inc vs we the people 2 political pacs in kcmo one has broken more state laws than ever the other is a new in upcoming Pac ready to serve and educate the people ready to help those who have never served for office and have been shut down by freedom who do not want change when can I sign up for we the people who did get state rep Brandon Ellington reelected and got a committeeman in office

Anonymous said...

Nothing helps a city like having zero public transit!

Patrick Touhey assures me that Rex forwarded him an email from the Cato institute proving that cities with transit like Denver and Minneapolis and Dallas are dying while cities where underfunded bus systems are good enough for poor people like Wichita and Tulsa and Birmingham are BOOMING!

Anonymous said...

Nice try Mensa Boy @3:00.

Get back to the gloryhole. Tyrone and DeAndre are waiting for you.

Anonymous said...

Your city is dying because no one in the urban core who gives a shit about their kids can live with themselves if they send them to these shitty schools.

But that's a problem that can't be solved with ribbon cuttings and trips to Spain.

Anonymous said...

Have you seen those big blue and silver things in the streets, 3:00? They're called "buses," and are transit. You might try using one sometime. Consider it research.