Kansas City Dead Tree Media Stands Up For Controversial NFL Anthem Protest
An interesting newspaper opinion today on the topic of the ongoing national anthem controversy which probably doesn't fall in line with most readers and voters in Red State Missouri and Kansas . . .
"President Barack Obama was right to explain on Monday at a news conference wrapping up an international economic summit in Asia that Kaepernick was like some professional athletes in the past who have exercised their constitutional right of free speech. They have come out on a social concern. “If nothing else, what he's done is he's generated more conversation around some topics that need to be talked about,” Obama said."
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Kaepernick takes courageous stand, others join him but there is no turning back