Meanwhile, stagnant wages and worsening economic disparity power the current downturn in Kansas City whilst middle-class cling to politically powered economic drivel from market makers who boldly tell them to keep buying whilst heading for the door.
Here's a hint of bad news and more hype from a local media biz that recently cleaned house and now operates with a skeleton crew. Checkit:
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A new report shows that Kansas City's economy is growing at a slower pace than 30 similarly-sized metropolitan areas in the United States, such as Nashville, Portland and Columbus. Before the Great Recession, Kansas City's growth outpaced those cities, but since the recession came to an end, it has lagged behind.