Thursday, September 15, 2016

Kansas City Political Blight Ruckus Tonight!!!



The GOLD STANDARD of Kansas City political discourse is back again with a stellar episode for our late night local newz junkies.

Description . . .

"Mike Shanin interviews Wes Westmoreland about the Command and General Staff College and the Todd Weiner Gallery's Art of War exhibition. Then Patrick Tuohey, Mary O'Halloran, Steve Rose & Jon Stephens discuss the InterContinental Hotel seeking blight status so it can raise its sales tax, Steve Rose's endorsement of three Kansas conservatives & the tightening poll numbers in the presidential race."

Take a peek:



More than a few great political exchanges here . . . Tell us who you think won!!!

Hint: It may or may not be Trump.

You decide . . .

13 Comments:

Anonymous said...

When I think of Leavenworth I think of School Of The Assassins.

Anonymous said...

Finally, the Presidential Debates! One in St.Louis! Hofstra University first! Sept. 26....can't wait.

Anonymous said...

Haulin' Ass! Gittin' Paid!

Anonymous said...

Jimmy Fallon ruffles Trump's hair on Tonight Show!!!

Heee heeee

Anonymous said...

@1:57. Wow, Martin Sheen is still alive! I thought he died years ago.

Anonymous said...

David Letterman was funnier when quipping about Trump might be a racist.

Anonymous said...

When I think of Leavenworth I think of politicians.

Anonymous said...

Oh, what did I think of the show? It was good. Satisfied?

Anonymous said...

Johnny would of had a field day on this election.

Anonymous said...

Daily Show was funny with balloons at the end!

Anonymous said...

Just a brief word concerning the 2 episodes of Ruckus since returning from the Summer break.

These first 2 episodes have featured a balanced panel of guests (yes, we've noticed) and the discussions have been good. Please continue this new trend every week.

Also, your show could be improved by widening the pool of Ruckus panelists. I understand it must be easier for the producers to repeatedly call upon the same small circle of panelists, but there appears to otherwise be no rhyme or reason to feature so many metro "consultants" who are beholden to the local status quo.

Ruckus should take applications for panel appearances, with individuals disclosing their political affiliation if any, employer, financial ties to any person holding office, etc. Have them submit a few paragraphs on a topic, to screen for basic comprehension, and then allow viewers to vote for their favorite guests who they'd like to see return.

With the passing of John McLaughlin, KCPT's Mike Shanin is the undisputed reigning political master of ceremonies.

Anonymous said...

Good one! 10:13 adage appreciated! Please consider above mention format. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

ruckus is over the hill time to get new m c shannon is over the hill just like his guest