Wednesday, October 04, 2017
SPECIAL REPORT: KANSAS CITY CONFRONTS OPPOSITION IN SECURING SOFT TARGETS!!!
In the aftermath of the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. History, locals would like to think that providing more security for party people is a simple proposition. Sadly, that's not the case.
Two important examples in the hurry to address the widespread soft target dilemma . . .
The P&L District has been embroiled in an ongoing battle to protect their patrons but complaints over discriminatory tactics and unfair practices have dogged the downtown party place.
KCUR: Appeals Court Reinstates Racial Discrimination Claim Against Kansas City Power & Light Operator
Similarly and probably much worse . . .
Westport confronts political betrayal and MSM opposition regarding alleged hip-hop upper-class discrimination in their desperate effort to privatize streets and improve security.
Sadly, Westport is forced to plead on Twitter for a policy change in the 4th District . . .
Like it or not, in the aftermath of the deadly Las Vegas mass shooting, Kansas City is still forced to play identity politics when it comes to providing security for crowds.
In the midst of the culture war, mass shootings and the longstanding local legacy of segregation and discrimination -- Local nightlife biz people contend that their main concern is simply facilitating a safe and good time for all of Kansas City's diverse communities . . . Like these beautiful strangers and their random iconic hookup:
You decide . . .