While we respect police and support the rank & file . . . This bold statement might garner support among Northland suburbanites but doesn't really seem inclusive or like an honest invitation. Like it or not, it's yet another line in the sand offered by authorities . . . Which is cool . . . TKC doesn't make a habit of arguing with people who have guns. But it's dishonest to say this is anything but a rhetorical ploy. You decide:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Fraternal Order of Police is asking Chiefs players to get off their knees and take action by helping out with a community program. This comes after more than 100 NFL players protested for racial injustices over the weekend. "For me, protest has to mean something.