Friday, December 27, 2019

Kansas City Fights Poverty Future

A note from a MARC honcho talks a great game despite the fact that most of their work is on behalf of developers. Enjoy the virtue signaling whilst City Hall offers more corporate welfare in the new year. Checkit:

Pathways to inclusive prosperity: Racial and economic disparity impact all of KC

Editor's note: The following is excerpted from opening remarks by David Warm, executive director of the Mid-America Regional Council, at the 9 Annual Greater Kansas City Education and Workforce Summit, which assembled more than 150 education, workforce, civic and business leaders to explore expanding pathways to inclusive prosperity.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did Stalder write this shit? Damn, you gotta be one dumb fuck in order to come up with such pointless drivel.

Anonymous said...

David Warm huh? Talk about disconnected from reality.

Anonymous said...


the Democrat solution? -- Mo' Free Stuff!

Anonymous said...

I’m working two jobs and paying my fair share of taxes to support these poor down trodden people, I guess I could get a third job if that helps...... lf you believe that I have a bridge for sale! Hahahahaha!

Anonymous said...

No worries. Frank's Reverse Robin Hood scheme is taxing many more property owners into poverty fighting, alright. For themselves, that is.

Anonymous said...

Everyone does have equal opportunity in America for an education and career success. Some CHOOSE to squander that.