Friday, August 07, 2020

Kansas City Newsie Primary Postscript



The Kansas City newspaper is quickly moving toward hedge fund ownership and the info, insight and analysis of veteran journalists has less influence over this town's politics with every election. This time around they were too scared to share most of their endorsements with the public. Accordingly, in this weekly roundup, we notice some of the biggest issues happening in KC right now aren't even covered . . . Still, the conversation serves as a nice placeholder until the morning update . . . Checkit:

"Nick Haines, Mary Sanchez, Steve Kraske, Micheal Mahoney and Dave Helling recap and analyze primary election results from Kansas and Missouri and discuss the implications of Medicaid expansion in Missouri, Governor Laura Kelly and Mayor Quinton Lucas suggesting possible new pandemic restrictions, parents facing decisions about on site or remote learning options and the first year for Mayor Lucas."

Take a look . . .



You decide . . .

8 comments:

Another Midtown Mom said...

Have to agree that the schools are the biggest issue and they covered it well. If we don't open soon the semester is basically cancelled.

Bandit said...

Burn baby burn! Fuck em! The have been against roughly half the population and deserve to choke on their own vomit.

Anonymous said...

What's a newspaper?

Anonymous said...

The 1920's Radio Hour with Nick Haines, Mary Sanchez, Steve Kraske, Micheal Mahoney and Dave Helling

Anonymous said...

OMG my hero and inspiration Professor Lefty McKraske!

Anonymous said...

THE WEAK IN REVIEW

KCPT likes to talk about "diversity", but what do they actually practice?

Kliff Kuehl, President = JOCO white male
Nick Haines, Program Director = JOCO white male

Dave Helling = KC Star editorial board, JOCO white male
Steve Kraske = former KC Star editorial board, JOCO white male
Mary Sanchez = former KC Star editorial board
Michael Mahoney = white male

KANSAS CITY'S FAKE NEWS

Anonymous said...

Time to kill this time suck on KC PBS! Come to think of it just kill KC PBS.

Anonymous said...

Hallmark just announced a Chief Diversity Officer (a black female), like so many other companies recently. More worthless virtue signaling when a better gauge would be what percentage of blacks are in manager and above positions compared to the entire positional group.