Thursday, October 26, 2017

Kansas City Tax Talk Ruckus Tonight!!!



The Gold Standard of Kansas City political discourse offers us a bit of conversation regarding the sordid topic of coin and corporate subsidy. Accordingly, check tonight's conversation as another local election approaches.

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"Mike Shanin interviews Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft about the new voter ID rules in Missouri. Gwen Grant, Patrick Tuohey, Crosby Kemper & Pat McInerney discuss the criticisms of the low tax evaluation of the Country Club Plaza, the future of the American Jazz Museum & Steve Kraske's assertion that the chaos surrounding the KCI debate will improve chances for the single terminal plan."

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You decide . . .

13 Comments:

Anonymous said...

KC is home to high taxes and one of the most business UNFRIENDLY places that in the Midwest. This is why so many owners have moved to Kansas.

Anonymous said...

They're coming back! They want to have all the fun and excitement of downtown, just like the other millions of tourists.

Real KC said...

The 25 million tourists?

Yeah right!

Anonymous said...

Our taxes have only gotten out of control when black mayors have been in charge

Anonymous said...

Nice try, Dumbass. Expand your media horizon. Swiss Re just announced they are moving from OPKS to downtown KC. 500 jobs, 500 more E-Tax contributors.

Anonymous said...

City gave E Tax back to Swiss Re!

The people who KNOW! said...

SCAM CITY

Anonymous said...

Awesome! Then the Trolley, the P&L, and 18th and Vine are all paid for! Oh wait.

Anonymous said...


The one good thing about all of these 25 million tourists, they don't seem to get in any one's way, more like they're invisible. I can move about the city most days and not even run into anyone, no waiting in the restrooms, restaurants, trolley, I damn near have midtown all to myself.

Anonymous said...

I won't watch it when Gwen(Glenn) (hair hat with fake nails) is on just straight to Roast and Toast. Bet Mary (Maury) is on next week.

Anonymous said...

KCMO is like that child who is so damned ugly her mama has to tie a pork chop around her neck to get the dog to play with her. The only way they can bring business to Kansas City is to write a hall pass for city taxes. Any fool can see that 18th and Vine is nothing but a sheltered workshop for Negroes.

Anonymous said...

7:50 nails it!

Anonymous said...

SO LOP-SIDED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tuohey and Kemper steamrolled Grant and McInerney.