Friday, April 07, 2017

Kansas City Afternoon News Link Countdown



Coco Austin isn't afraid to show off her "family style" hotness and this inspires us to offer these Kansas City links to our blog community of Friday afternoon clock watchers. Take a peek:

TKC Blog Community Confirmed As Local Politicos Fall Into Line Behind Prez Trump

Kansas City Leaders Supportive Of Trump's Attack On Syrian Air Base

Kansas City leaders seemed unified Friday in supporting President Donald Trump's decision to fire 59 Tomahawk missiles at a Syrian air base in response to that government's deadly chemical weapons attack this week. Fariz Turkmani, a Syrian who emigrated to Kansas City in 1979, said he was happy about Trump's move, especially since he hit the air base and not areas where civilians live.

Fear Suspected Golden Ghetto Creeper

Overland Park searching for child enticement suspect

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - Overland Park police are looking for a suspect in a child enticement incident this morning. Police were called to W. 140 th and Metcalf around 7 a.m. after a man driving a silver SUV pulled up to a young girl waiting at a bus stop.

Sunflower State Gunfire Gone Wrong

2 Kansas men accused of shooting, killing golden eagle

Two Kansas men are accused of shooting and killing a golden eagle. U.S. Attorney Tom Beall said in a news release that Michael Dusin, 22, of Phillipsburg, and Elijah J. Kuhlman, 22, of Sharon Springs, are charged with violating the federal Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act.

Local Dude Celebrates Prez

Syrian man living in KC says he approves of President Trump's decision, calls him his hero

KANSAS CITY -- Syrians in Kansas City are applauding the U.S. military strike Thursday, launched after a chemical weapons attack killed dozens of civilians in their native land. In the last year, nearly 30 Syrian refugee families have resettled in the metro area, and Syrian-Americans such as Fariz Turkmani have been instrumental in helping them adapt to their new lives.

Media Hateration Against Democracy

Ferguson, Mo., Stays in the Sunken Place: Re-Elects Failed Mayor

This is why we can't have nice things. Not because they are taken from us. Or hidden from us. Or placed behind a thousand-foot wall we can't scale. Nope, sometimes black people can't have nice things because we steadfastly, inexcusably, sabotage ourselves with apathy and ignorance.

Sign Of Fanboy Support

Royals new mural showcases local artist, familiar faces

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Next time you drive past 25th and Southwest Boulevard, be sure to check out a new Royals mural. This is KC's first #RaisedRoyal mural. Phil Shafer, the artist behind the mural, shares the significance of it.

Another Night Of Kansas City Twang

Garth Brooks adds 7th KC concert

Garth Brooks has added a seventh show at Kansas City's Sprint Center, concert officials announced Friday. The seventh show is set for May 13 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for that show, along with May 12th's show at 7 p.m. went on sale Friday at 10 a.m.

And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

3 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Ferguson is a feeder city for MU.

Anonymous said...

You ought to read the Ferguson story. That's what racism really looks like. Dude that wrote tat drivel can't see past anyones' skin color.

Anonymous said...

You ought to read the truth. That explains what political pandering does to facts.