Tuesday, August 15, 2017

The Kansas City Tuesday Night Look

Victoria's Secret hotties Josie & Sara inspire another glimpse at some of the top news links for today. Checkit:

The Deuce And Future Hope

Patrick Mahomes II has already become No. 2 QB for Chiefs

7:00 AM ET Adam TeicherESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Star Joined ESPN in 2013 ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- A breakdown of the Kansas City Chiefs' 2017 draft class and its progress after two weeks of training camp: Patrick Mahomes II, QB, first round (No.

Because He Wants To Be Prez

WATCH: Jason Kander makes the single-payer argument Democrats need to adopt

Former Missouri state secretary Jason Kander is asking the Democratic Party to embrace a single-payer health care system and guarantee it as a right for all people. "We've recently had an important victory for millions of Americans on health care," he said at the annual progressive conference Netroots Nation, referencing the GOP-led failure to repeal and replace Obamacare and ultimately kick millions off of their insurance.

More Nazi Talk Tonight

Rep. Cleaver on Trump's remarks: 'I have never, ever in my life seen a good Nazi'

Kansas City area lawmakers strongly rejected President Donald Trump's claim there were "fine people" on both sides when white supremacists violently clashed with police and counter protesters in Virginia last weekend. Trump faced criticism for not more strongly condemning the actions of neo-Nazis and other white nationalist groups at protests in Charlottesville, Va., where one counter protester and two police officers died.

Justice After Deadly Gunfire

KC man sentenced for illegal firearm used in shooting of 14-year-old girl

A Kansas City man has been sentenced in federal court for illegally possessing a firearm that was used in the shooting of a 14-year-old girl, Tom Larson, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced Tuesday. Tyron Young, 28, of Kansas City, MO, was sentenced by U.S.

Kansas City Dreamer Demonstration

People in Kansas City rally in support of DACA

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas and Missouri Dream Alliance organization sponsored a rally Tuesday at the Vietnam Memorial at 41st and Broadway. The demonstration was designed to encourage people to join their movement. Dreamers are the children who were brought into the United States illegally by their parents.

More Second Place Glory

Kansas City Royals: Taking Stock - Backup Catcher

While the Kansas City Royals are walking the fine line between contention and the team's future, the choice between Cam Gallagher and Drew Butera affects both. The team is not likely to carry three catchers when starter Salvador Perez returns from injury.

Downtown Broken Promise Redux

Is Kansas City a viable NHL expansion location?

The NHL is going to add a team to the Western Conference at some point. The place with the Sprint Center, which opened in 2007 searching for an NHL team to play in the cold and 10 years later is happy to host Coldplay when they're in town.

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


Anonymous said...

Josie and Sara are hot little cunts.

Anonymous said...

I have never, ever in my life seen a good negro.

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Anonymous said...

11:48 is right

Anonymous said...

What the cleav speaks about the president is what he thinks about whites in general, he hates white people #sad #racistpreacher

Anonymous said...

I have never, ever in my life seen one good thing the racist preacher manny cleaver has done.

Anonymous said...

Cleaver has never seen a leftist bandwagon go by without jumping on it.

Anonymous said...

Cleaver is just another destructive boon out to destroy America and turn it into heathen Africa West.

Anonymous said...

Cleaver is WRONG!

George Lincoln Rockwell, founder of the American Nazi Party, IS A GOOD NAZI!

A member of his own party murdered him fifty years ago this Month!

Anonymous said...

Carwash Cleaver has never seen a bad Antifa or BLM member. Racist snake oil salesman.

Joseph Turner said...

I'm a hockey fan, and that part of me would love to have NHL at Sprint Center. I'd likely attend frequently. But in reality, I don't see the market in the KC area sustaining it; not with the steep ticket prices that is common in the NHL. And of course, there's what it costs to park by Sprint (which I would, for that, just park at 3rd & Grand and use the Street Car - which is handy for just that purpose).

Take a look at any NHL team, and look at the typical ticket prices. I don't know if KC would fill Sprint for 41 games per year; including on work-nights.

We have the Mavericks in Independence, which is pretty affordable - and to me pretty good hockey, and they typically come close to filling the arena there. That means that the Mavericks "fill a niche market" in KC for hockey. I'd think it makes more sense to go with that for hockey in KC - from a "business sense" standpoint.

And yes, I just admitted that I am a hockey fan, and use the Street Car. Feel free to bombard with me hate mail.