Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Kansas City Midweek Link Pool

Right now, hottie Rhian and her recent cheeky romp inspire us to connect with pop culture, community news and top headlines for tonight.

Take a peek . . .

Waiting For Kansas City Downtown Comeback

KC to host 3 NCAA Championship events

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Visit KC and the Kansas City Sports Commission announced Wednesday that Kansas City has been selected to host three NCAA Championship events over four academic years spanning 2022/23 through 2025/26. In cooperation with multiple institutional and venue bid partners, the Kansas City Sports Commission and Visit KC submitted 28 bids across five sports, Visit KC said.


Celebrate Snail Mail Votes

Mail-in ballots go out in Johnson County Wednesday

JOHNSON COUNTY, KS (KCTV) - It's all hands-on deck at the Johnson County Board of Elections Building as mail-in ballots were being prepped and sent out to the post office. "Our voters can expect to receive them in their mailbox, which we are expecting by the end of the week and maybe the first part of next week," Johnson County Elections Commissioner Connie Schmidt said.


Flyover Democracy Discussed

4Star Politics: Davids on another stimulus package; diving deeper into MO governor, KS Senate races

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Voter registration is now over in both Missouri and Kansas, and we're now less than three weeks from the general election. With the countdown clock ticking until Election Day, there's plenty to discuss on this week's edition of 4Star Politics. Rep.


Hottie Revelation

Rhian Sugden goes make-up free as she stuns in see-through lingerie

RHIAN Sugden left fans hot under the collar as she showed off her stunning figure in a see-through lingerie set. The busty model, 34, slipped into the sexy black underwear set as she continues holidaying in Turkey with husband Oliver Mellor. Rhian seductively raised an eyebrow and tucked her hair behind her ear as she gazed into the camera.


Interview Supreme

Takeaways from Day 3 of the Amy Coney Barrett confirmation hearings

Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett faced the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday for likely the last time before the Senate votes to confirm her in two weeks.


Prez Obama Cleared?!?

'Unmasking' investigation closes without report or charges . . .

The Justice Department reportedly concluded its investigation into unmasking requests made by Obama-era officials without charging anyone involved or releasing a public report on the issue. Sources told The Washington Post that the investigation, previously led by former U.S. Attorney John Bash, concluded without finding any substantive wrongdoing.


AMERICANS STILL WAITING ON THAT CHECK!!!

Pelosi, Mnuchin speak about coronavirus stimulus again as stalemate drags on

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spoke Wednesday morning but again did not strike a deal on coronavirus stimulus. The pair talked by phone and had "productive" discussions about language in relief proposals delivered over the weekend, Pelosi spokesman Drew Hammill said in a tweet.


1st Lady Shares COVID Worries

Melania Trump says Barron had coronavirus

The first lady noted that Barron, 14, exhibited no symptoms, a departure from herself and the president, who have both said they experienced mild symptoms. The president announced that he and the first lady had tested positive in the early-morning hours on Oct.


Supreme Name Game FAIL

Judge Barrett, don't use 'sexual preference' for LGBTQ people. It's incorrect and alarming.

Judge Amy Coney Barrett stepped into a queer hornet's nest during her confirmation hearings to become the next Supreme Court justice. Asked about her views on discrimination against LGBTQ people, she replied: "I have no agenda, and I do want to be clear that I have never discriminated on the basis of sexual preference and would not ever discriminate on the basis of sexual preference."


Back To Basics In Brookside

Westlake Ace will fill former Tuesday Morning space in Kansas City's Brookside neighborhood - Kansas City Business Journal

A local hardware company is filling the former Tuesday Morning space in Kansas City's Brookside neighborhood. Tuesday Morning, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in May, closed the store at 104 W. 63rd St. as part of a plan to shutter more than 130 stores across the U.S.


EPIC Rock Chalk Quits

At least 147 University of Kansas employees take buyout

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) - At least 147 University of Kansas employees are taking an early retirement buyout this year as the school looks to cut costs amid the coronavirus pandemic. Provost Barbara Bichelmeyer said in a message to faculty and staff members Wednesday that unit leaders across campus have asked to fill roughly 20% of the positions that will be vacated through the program.


KC Autumn Chill Again

Cooler air will be in place Thursday

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And this is the OPEN THREAD for right now . . .

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I literally hold my breath each and every day waiting for Dave Helling to give me his riveting analysis of how i should vote!!!!!!!!!!!! Anything at the Star is garbage!

Anonymous said...

Barrett should have said "butt pirates and rug munchers" instead of "sexual preference".

Anonymous said...

awesome seeing smart, hottie Judge Amy shrewdly, effortlessly shut down lame questions fron Demosleazeball skanks like Kameltoe and Klobuchar

Bandit said...

The Demonrats are making themselves look more foolish than they already did before the hearings. Can't wait for Pelosi's next meltdown on a friendly media outlet.

Anonymous said...

Whats sad is those idiots still wander around SF streets in piss and crap and still thank her for it by voting for her!!!! You just cant help some people!

Anonymous said...

^^You being a prime example of that.