Saturday, January 26, 2019

Kansas City Newsies Talk This Week



Local media conversation about all of the important news this week . . . Take a look at how newsmakers see the world and this cowtown. Checkit:

"Nick Haines, Dia Wall, Caroline Sweeney, Mark Alford & Dave Helling discuss the reaction to KCMO City Council approving the renaming of The Paseo to honor Martin Luther King Jr., the impact of the Chiefs loss, the government shutdown and congressional paychecks, storm cleanup around the metro, Mitch McConnell encouraging Mike Pompeo to run for Kansas Senate seat, Trump t-shirt controversy & more."

Take a look:



You decide . . .

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pelosi and her anti-Trumpers are in full celebration of what appears at first glance to be a win for open borders, but a closer reading of President Trump’s announcement to temporarily reopen the government appears to be one of common sense and deliberation-qualities that the rabid Left are only too eager to reject. The temporary reopening, even as Pelosi began to look more desperate and vulnerable, will further national security (particularly by redressing airport security) as well as get federal employees up to date on their paychecks until Feb. 15. After that, President Trump has given Pelosi an ultimatum to sign off on funding for the border wall or he will declare a national emergency and get the job done. We’ll get the popcorn ready.

Anonymous said...

+100000

Anonymous said...

Oh wow that intellectual giant Sweeney showed up, must have been a really deep conversation. Lol

Anonymous said...

KCWIR: ALL THE BIG IMPORTANT NEWS OF THE WEEK?

Paseo name change to MLK - strike
Chiefs loss - strike
Carwash wants his check - strike
Cold weather - strike
Pompeo State of Affairs
Snowflake discrimination policies - strike
Carpenter nails himself
Statehouse drone

5/8 strikeouts

Anonymous said...

Too smitten by their love of themselves to notice much else or be of any practical service to the world.

Anonymous said...

President TRump just wants to be able to say he accomplished all the shit on his little list that he said he setting out to do. He and his son-in law did a shit job on NAFTA, but he just put a little 'check mark' next to it, 'promise completed'. Now he is obsessed about putting a litle 'check mark' next to border wall, when technology can probably be used for a large part of what a literal wall can not do.

Anonymous said...

REVISING NAFTA CORRECTLY COULD HAVE DONE A LOT MORE THAN WHAT A LITERAL WALL COULD DO!