Friday, February 24, 2017


One power move that stood above all others in Kansas City this week . . . One person set an example by way of REAL bravery.

Ian Grillot

Here's some of the best writing we want to share about his inspiring story . . . 

Daily Beast - The American Greatness of Ian Grillot

Washington Post - Hailed a hero after Kansas bar shooting, victim said he did 'what was naturally right to do'

India Today - Kansas shooting hero Ian Grillot: It's not about where he's from, or ethnicity. We're all humans

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.


Anonymous said...

Good choice.

Anonymous said...

good samaritan.

Anonymous said...

No good deed goes unpunished.

Anonymous said...

The man is definitely not a philosopher.

Anonymous said...

Taking a bullet for the men who get imported into the country to take our jobs, that's being a true Cuck.

Would you jump in front of a bullet for the pajeets who they hire at Sprint for 30k a year as soon as they have another round of layoffs?

Anonymous said...

Garmin got 194 H1-B visas approved since 2013 for their Olathe, KS location alone. The salary for these visas were between 87,000-99,000 dollars per year. An H1B visa is for industries that cannot find qualified applicants at the salary rate.

KU, KSU, MU, UMKC, Mo Sci & Tech, Rockhurst, Emporia State, Wichita State and Washburn all offer degrees in computer science and programming.

Do you really think they couldn't find qualified workers willing to take an entry level software job paying 87k/yr?

Shame on you, Garmin!

Anonymous said...

he did the right thing. The only real bright side to this story.

Anonymous said...

Melania Trump was here on the exact same visa.