Friday, January 03, 2020

Kansas City Weekly Power Rankings



Showing surprising strength just like bodybuilding ladies of all ages . . . To start the week and 2020, here's a quick look at LOCAL INFLUENCERS and how they have impacted the discourse to begin the New Year . . .

Bike/Walk KC Advocates Against 'Dangerous By Design' Local Streets


The Kansas City cycling and pedestrian advocates were on the war path after one of their most active supporters was killed in a crash over the holidays. The tragedy sparked a call to action, a dramatic increase in their donor circle and a promise to address "dangerous by design" local streets.

Former KC Weatherman Mike Thompson Enjoys Johnson County Right Wing Love


Our blog community was FIRST to break news of the former TV dude's political ambitions and the aftermath included a wave of GOP support from Johnson County as Conservatives struggle to win back the suburban population.

Army Of Lawyers Against Jackson County Property Taxes Rises Up


There are now THREE MAJOR LAWSUITS CONFRONTING THE JACKSON COUNTY COURTHOUSE as legal complaints over process threaten serious consequences amid voter outcry over disproportionate tax increases.

And so . . .


This list has been compiled according to scientific TKC polling and market research data and it's a weekly comprehensive guide to local powerful people, trends and our times.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Trump started the new year with a bang. Thankfully things have been just a bit more peaceful in KC. Let's hope it stays that way.

Anonymous said...

True that.

Anonymous said...

I think this is the weed that EVERYBODY lost.

Anonymous said...

Mike Pompeo dropped from this week's list.

He made the rounds on morning talk shows telling everyone we are much safer today. Then exposed his lie by ordering the state department to urge personnel to evacuate Iraq and increase security worldwide because of the new danger.

I guess he can give up the dream of winning that Kansas senate seat.

Anonymous said...

It is your tax dollars paying to defend Jackson County. Be careful what you ask for. Elected qualified candidates next time.

Anonymous said...

And here we are still clicking a captcha on a google blog.