Friday, January 04, 2019
KANSAS CITY SUFFERING GREATER PREZ TRUMP SHUT DOWN IMPACT: WORTH IT???
The fallout from the shut down is getting more serious and Kansas City is at the epicenter of the struggle.
And so we ask . . .
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS THE BIGGEST EMPLOYER IN KANSAS CITY??? IS THE SHUT DOWN WORTH IT?!?!
Without question it looks like the Prez is turning the tide and looking stronger in this debate amid new EPIC job numbers and a resilient market.
Still, the MSM news game is strong in exerting influence and here's a new meme quote that's gaining traction thanks to social media algorithms:
“Fixed fortifications are monuments to man’s stupidity. If mountain ranges and oceans can be overcome, anything made by man can be overcome.” –George S. Patton
Even greater wisdom:
Related . . . House Democratic Party Dancing . . . After a college-era video showing Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, dancing made waves in conservative social media spheres, the newly elected lawmaker responded Friday with a new video of herself dancing – this time outside her congressional office . . .
Check the links:
KSHB: Federal shutdown trickles down to Kansas City
CNN: Trump says he could keep shutdown going for months or years
Natty Rev: Trump Says Tlaib ‘Dishonored’ Herself, Country by Cursing Him
ABC: Trump considering declaring national emergency in an effort to secure wall funding
The Hill: TSA agents working without pay during shutdown are calling in sick
MSNBC: Rep. Sharice Davids looks ahead to vote on re-opening government
41 Action News: Public housing in KC secure amid government shutdown
CNBC: Here are 5 industries feeling the squeeze from the government shutdown
WIBW: Kansas is one of the least affected states by the government shutdown
Missourinet: Government shutdown reaches far and wide into Missouri
MarketWatch: 3 unfortunate ways the government shutdown will impact you
NYT: Government Shutdown May Turn a Day in Court Into a Four-Year Wait
Fox News: Mueller grand jury term extended following Friday expiration
You decide . . .