Apropos for #TBT and shared by one of our MOST BRILLIANT TKC READERS . . . The Missouri power player adorns herself with a flashy and sharp Chiefs pin as she presents the case against Prez Trump.
As we noted previously, given the Commander-In-Chief congratulating the Tennessee Titans and ignoring Kansas City's historic playoff comeback victory . . .
PROGRESSIVES CLAIM THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS AS THEIR OWN & PLAYOFF VICTORY AGAINST THE TITANS WILL ALSO BE A WIN AGAINST PREZ TRUMP!!!
Meanwhile the competition inside the beltway is getting tense during this election year. Here's a rundown and a glimpse of recent commentary related to the former Missouri politico and now Missouri pundit who continues her reign as a power player.
Check the links from "many sides" of the debate:
Credit Where It's Due: Clarie McCaskill Successfully Started New Career As Commentator
Women who want to reinvent their career at midlife (or beyond!) have so much to offer. Yet oftentimes, they get in their own way. "Don't go at it with the attitude that 'I'm not sure I can pull this off,'" former Missouri senator said on Wednesday's "Morning Joe" when asked her best advice for women over 50 who are looking to restart their career.
Inside The Impeachment
As the Senate accepts the articles of impeachment, former Senator Claire McCaskill explains the role Elizabeth McDonough, the first woman parliamentarian of the Senate.
McCaskill Talks Ukraine
Late Tuesday, MSNBC made sure to express their anger and disappointment with not only CNN, the Des Moines Register, and the moderators, but all six 2020 Democratic presidential candidates for skipping over newly-released impeached documents from Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas and refusing to make it the focus of the debate.
Branding Prez Trump
McCaskill: Trump Will Be Known as a President That Was Impeached for the Rest of His Career | Breitbart
Former Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) asserted Wednesday during MSNBC's live coverage of the House vote to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate that President Donald Trump "hates" that he will be known as a president that was impeached "for the rest of his career." | Clips
You decide . . .