Kansas City Back To The Monday Grind: From Pr0n To Social Justice And Then Some


A hottie who started her journey by way of a "leaked" pr0n tape now has serious social justice credibility from both progressives and among supporters of Prez Trump who has praised her efforts . . . Here's just a glimpse of her important life:

NBC: Kim Kardashian wanted to pay an ex-inmate's rent. But he was still denied an apartment.

JJ: Kim Kardashian Reveals Psoriasis on Her Face in a Morning Selfie

ETOnline: Kim Kardashian Reunites With Paris Hilton for Heiress' 38th Birthday Celebration

Closer to home, here are Kansas City morning news links that aren't quite as glamorous but still help to define our daily discourse:

The Local Morning News Cycle Happy Talk Was Mostly About Ice Cream

It's back! Blue Bell returns to Kansas City Monday!

It's been a long wait, but Blue Bell Ice Cream is finally back in the Kansas City metro area.Blue Bell starts to return to store shelves Monday. The return comes nearly four years after an outbreak that killed three Kansans. The CDC said a total of 10 people became sick in connection with the ice cream in 2015.

Local Foodie Crackdown

KCFD proposes food truck inspections in update to fire code

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Food trucks in Kansas City, Missouri, would have to get an inspection from the fire department if the city adopts a proposed update to the fire code. The updates were originally scheduled to go to a committee of city council members for review Wednesday, but are now rescheduled for June.

Urban Core Blaze Aftermath

Fire destroys home near 15th, Winchester in east Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Firefighters are working to find out what caused an early morning blaze that destroyed a house. Crews were called about 3:45 a.m. Monday to East 15th Street and Winchester Avenue just off Truman Road. The home was vacant. The next door neighbors called 911 when they woke up to flames.

Kansas B-Ball Competition

Kansas and Kansas State both receive No. 4 seeds in NCAA Tournament

Breaking News WASHINGTON (AP) - Big 12 co-champion Kansas State is a No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament's South Region, with an opening round game against No. 13 UC Irvine in San Jose, Calif. on Friday. Kansas drew a No. 4 seed in the Midwestern Regional of the NCAA Tournament.

Mizzou Stays Losing In SEC

Ticket sales tumble as Missouri football tries to keep up

ABOUT THIS SERIES: More than seven years after MU uprooted its history in the Big 12 Conference, the Missourian examines whether one of the biggest decisions in the university's history has met expectations. In this series, we explore the benefits - and drawbacks - of the school's move to the Southeastern Conference.

Kansas City Katie Forecast

Sunny, warm Monday; rain likely Tuesday

We're watching what expected rain will do to already flooded rivers in the area.

Inside The Loop Agenda

Downtown has it all this week: NAIA, Ballet, Buble, PBR & more

March Madness continues this week with the return of the NAIA Men's Basketball National Championship tournament, along with an over-the-top week at Sprint Center; a celebration at the Folly Theater; eight amazing performances at the Kauffman Center; and three stellar shows at the Midland.

benny blanco, Tainy, Selena Gomez, J Balvin - I Can't Get Enough is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .


  1. That prog BS on campus is what stopped me from driving up to the games (well, actually the coach encouraging and supporting the players protesting). Haven't been to a game in three seasons The SEC move was stupid too, from a fan perspective, but the athletic dept. made the move for supposed more TV and profit share for their coffers, not fan attendance.

  2. ^^Dumb. Please refrain from ever going to Columbia again rube. We need a few less fucksticks running around fucking things up.

    1. Mudzoory Cooniversity, famous Michael Sam, hate hoaxes, faux hunger striker rich kid, cop cusser and camera slapper carrot-top Click, plus race-baiting faker's finger painting in poo!!!3/18/19, 9:50 PM

      ^^Dumber. Please remain forever in Coon-lumbia, buttboi. We want no fuckups thugging around in other areas of the state.

  3. I remember the guv and athletic director claiming that going to the SEC was going to improve the University. They have had one maybe two good seasons and would have had those in the Big 12. Otherwise they have sucked like always and the school hasn't improved either. Plus it ended the border rivalry with KU, that is the biggest loss. It was solely a money grab and that seems to be over too.

  4. ^^Ugh fucking idoit. Each SEC school got $43.1 million in fiscal year 2017-2018. An increase from 40.9 million in 2016-2017.


    "It was solely a money grab and that seems to be over too."

    You have absolutely no fucking idea what the fuck you're talking about.

    1. Idiot is not a hard word to spell. Also, college athletics is the worst, most corrupt joke in education.

  5. "That prog BS on campus is what stopped me from driving up to the games (well, actually the coach encouraging and supporting the players protesting)." Colleges, in general, are progressive in nature. Education and critical thinking lead to it. I'm not sure if you could be anymore out of touch with reality when you make that statement.

    Personally, I miss the old Big 12. The piss and vinegar between all the local fans was excellent and generated straight hatred. I'm not sure Nebraska or Missouri has that true hated rival in their new conference.

    1. False. The progressivism on most campuses has nothing to do with education, and actually strives to stamp out anything that looks like independent thought or true critical thinking.

  6. @3:51, critical thinking is completely contrary to prog-thought. They only know what they are told to believe. Why do progs tend towards education? Because that was one of the driving forces of Marx and the commie manifesto, get to the children in the public education system. You're clearly a product of that system and have slurped the prog-kkkoolaid from the chalice of the prog. You'll find that in the hard sciences, where critical thinking is crucial, most students are apolitical or generally conservative. Your prog students can be found in the humanities, generally courses not requiring critical thought but rote memorization, which is what the progs aim for.


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