The demise of a Kansas City newspaper has sparked even more sketchy real estate chatter powered by former dead-tree hacks.
To wit . . .
The fantasy is exceptionally far fetched given that KCMO is approaching bankruptcy at breakneck speed and as the pandemic worsens.
Fact is, owners will have to find a new tenant quickly given the dire fortunes of dead-tree media . . .
Nevertheless . . .
All of this economic deception and loose talk bring us to a more dire fear of those lucky people who have cobbled together a modicum of savings during this time of transition.
To wit . . .
KANSAS CITY CONSERVATIVES DREAD "THE GREAT RESET" WHICH THREATENS TO MAKE AMERICAN SOCIALISM A REALITY DESPITE MIXED RESULTS AT THE POLLS!!!
Follow along closely, it's not really too far of a jump . . .
The ambitious dreams of downtown Kansas City baseball and rapidly evolving monetary policy are related inasmuch as voters are powerless to stop expensive schemes already fueled by entrenched political systems and public sentiment easily manipulated by mainstream media.
For those who are new to the 'reset' concept . . . Here's a glimpse at the debate over the global monetary slap fight:
Of course we leave this topic open to debate with only one caveat for loyal readers . . .
Remember that during "The Great Recession" our daily newspaper was ABSOLUTELY AND CONSISTENTLY INCORRECT about predicting a recovery that didn't really hit an apex until the Prez Trump years and before the bottom fell out at the outset of the pandemic.
Whilst it's pointless to blame the newspaper for their lack of financial acumen given the decline of their own biz; the coronavirus economic disaster should remind us how so many experts have been proven wrong when the sordid topic of coin is under discussion.
In the final analysis . . .
COVID-19 has fundamentally devastated the American economy and hope for downtown baseball and more streetcar are now akin to Roosevelt-era public works projects dependent on overwhelming government investment and, ultimately, a "relearning" of foundational economic principles that are also in flux across the globe.
Developing . . .