This morning our 2nd favorite community news outlet features this cowtown's notorious "bad winners" who managed to make a surprising victory feel dirty and without any merit or moral high-ground.
Real Talk: Just as TKC predicted, the group haven't achieved any success or relevance since they conducted a disgraceful protest in the church of their opposition.
Voters have been correct to politely ignore these activists . . . In a recent screed, the suburban lady pundit offers continued resistance against a street in honor of MLK that is NOWHERE NEAR her neighborhood. Of course there are complaints about "process" that FAIL to convince readers that the objections to civil rights tribute aren't duplicitous at best. Even better, the comments on this post will prove TKC right . . . Meanwhile, the glory days of this effort have quickly faded given their one issue focus that no longer commands much attention.
I'm an historian who focuses on Kansas City's unique and fascinating past who was one of the Save The Paseo committee members who successfully put the issue of renaming 9.98 miles of The Paseo for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the ballot.