Saturday, December 12, 2020

Kansas City Saturday Morning Layout

For early morning readers we keep the fire with hottie Romee and, once again, take a peek at pop culture, community news and top headlines.

Check-it . . .

Selling Kansas City

Waddell & Reed: Enough Is Enough (NYSE:WDR)

October 16, 2020, I wrote an exclusive article for subscribers that recommended Waddell & Reed ( WDR) as a long. At the time Waddell & Reed was reported by DealReporter to be a target for JPMorgan ( JPM). By my estimates, the firm is quite undervalued and it also has quite a bit of cash on its balance sheet.


Meth Town Reprieve

Independence bars, restaurants thankful to see a key COVID-19 restriction loosened

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - Independence bars and restaurants were able to serve until midnight Friday for the first time in weeks because of a new health order created by the newly reinstated Independence Health Department. Since that health department only has one employee, the acting health director, and doesn't have any funding, residents probably won't notice much [...]


Show-Me Protest Car Crash Culture War

2 bills would provide legal protection to drivers who strike protestors if caught up in demonstration

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Two bills proposed by legislators in Missouri would protect drivers who strike protestors with their vehicles if they find themselves in the middle of a protest. Missouri House Rep. Adam Schnelting (R-St.


Kansas Calls It

"It's time to put the election behind us": Kansas Attorney General reacts to Texas election suit decision, as state political parties weigh in

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT)- The U.S. Supreme Court struck down Texas' election lawsuit on Friday. But, some Kansans are not happy state Attorney General Derek Schmidt got involved. "We view this lawsuit to be a frivolous lawsuit that's a waste of tax payer money. It's anti-democratic," said Kansas Democratic Party Executive Director Ben Meers.


Angel Good News

Victoria's Secret Angel Romee Strijd Welcomes a Baby Girl Called Mint

Congratulations are in order as Victoria's Secret Angel Romee Strijd has given birth to her first baby with husband Laurens van Leeuwen. Strijd shared the first photo of her baby girl on Instagram. In the post's caption, the model revealed her daughter's beautiful name: Mint.


Team Trump Pouts

McEnany argues Supreme Court 'hid behind procedure' in rejecting Texas election lawsuit

The Supreme Court justices who rejected Texas' bid to overturn the election results in four key states "hid behind procedure" instead of reviewing the "facts of the case" that "still stand," White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told "Hannity" Friday.


Cuomo Considered

Cuomo under consideration to become Biden's attorney general: reports

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is reportedly among several candidates under consideration to become attorney general in President-elect Joe Biden's administration.


Prez Copes With Supreme Election 2020 Let Down

'No Wisdom, No Courage!': Trump lashes out at the Supreme Court after it rejected a Texas bid to overturn the election results

President Donald Trump criticized the Supreme Court on Friday after it rejected a legal challenge that would overturn the results of the presidential election. "The Supreme Court really let us down," he said in a tweet. "No Wisdom, No Courage!"


Tune In Taylor And Realize That Your Lady Friends Are Dealing With A Lot Of Issues

Taylor Swift Deepens Her Goth-Folk Vision on the Excellent 'Evermore'

So here we are again... . And honestly, we should have seen this one coming. Of course, Taylor Swift, stuck in quarantine like the rest of us, decided to release a whole new collection of 17 songs as a sequel to her outstanding , unleashing it unto the world with as little warning as the last one.


Fanboy Encounter Retold

When meeting another Kansas City Chiefs fan is a big deal

It was a warm, sunny day the other week and I was out for walk. I had just spent the morning watching the Chiefs game and I was off to get a celebratory coffee from the local hot spot before carrying on with the rest of my day.


For Goodness’ Sake

Community Services League needs volunteers to help with its Christmas store

The Community Services League's Christmas store is set to open in Independence on Monday, but it is in need of volunteers to run it.


Freezing KC Saturday

Your Storm Track 5 Daily Forecast

Scattered showers will taper off through the rest of the afternoon. Clouds will linger across our sky tonight as temperatures gradually return to the upper 30s after dark. Temperatures will continue to fall before bottoming out near freezing early Saturday with a rain/snow mix or a few flurries by sunrise.

Taylor Swift - willow is the song of the day and this is the OPEN THREAD for right now.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

With the Supreme Court ruling yesterday and the announcement that all four major Veterans Groups have demanded the immediate resignation of Trump's pick for Veterans Affairs Secretary, there can be no doubt that all SUPREME COURT JUSTICES and all VETERANS are DEMOSLEAZE COMMIES, can there?

Anonymous said...

Fanboys are Faglers. Simple as that. Weird

Anonymous said...

Who did not see that CHOMO appointment coming ? We 've had to endure almost a year of his NEWS BREAKING opinions every 5 minutes. Allowing the most to get killed makes you an expert.

Anonymous said...

It's clear to see that the Supreme Court doesn't want to be the one to ensure America has fair elections. It's a sad state of reality that a few swing states could change the rules so easily to help rig the election. Even one out of 10 Democrats say the election was rigged in Sleepy Joe's favor. Now we can watch as they savagely get Joe out of the way so Kamala can be president. The Dems will pay for their lying and cheating ways in the 2022 elections for Congress.

Anonymous said...

a cool lady in NYC sent several BLM scammers flying yesterday..when..during yet another "protest" ..they were blocking the road and bangiing on her car.

Good for her!

https://nypost.com/2020/12/11/multiple-pedestrians-struck-during-blm-protest-in-midtown/

Anonymous said...

I hope that the voters in Texas realize that their current Attorney General, in advocating succession, would have their Social Security and Medicare benefits cut off immediately by such action.

Also, under the Constitution, by advocating succession, any Officeholder in the USA is immediately barred from the Office they hold, whether it be Federal, State or Local, and from ever again holding elective Office, unless both Houses of the US Congress, by 2/3 vote, grants them an exemption.

Alpinista said...

It wasn't "procedure". Texas simply doesn't have the right to tell Pennsylvania what it can & can not do. To claim otherwise, Texas has to show how it was harmed. They did not do that.

Anonymous said...

President Donald Trump’s legal team is planning on filing retooled lawsuits, his lawyer said Saturday.

“We move immediately, seamlessly, to plan B, which is to bring lawsuits now in each one of the states. We had them ready. They’re just a version of the one that was brought in the Supreme Court. So last night, the president made the decision,” Rudy Giuliani said during an appearance on “War Room: Pandemic.”

Texas filed a lawsuit in the Supreme Court against Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Michigan, alleging the elections there were run contrary to the Constitution. The nation’s top court rejected the suit late Friday.

Trump’s team is going to file suits or has already filed in the four states as well as Arizona and Nevada. The suits will incorporate allegations in the complaint filed by Texas.
“If the state doesn’t have standing, surely the president of the United States has standing. And certainly the electors in the states have standing. So they will be bringing those very cases right in those courts, starting today,” Giuliani said. “And let’s see what excuse they can try to use to avoid having a hearing on that.”

Courts have been using the matter of standing to dodge facing the facts, he alleged, adding, “Nobody wants to face the reality that this election was stolen.”

“Not a single court decision has had a hearing yet. They haven’t heard from a single witness. They haven’t looked at a single tape. They haven’t listened to a single recording. There are thousands of them. They haven’t even bothered to look at the tape in Atlanta, Georgia, which is dispositive. It shows an ongoing voter theft of 30,000 votes, enough to change the election.”

Dozens of election-related lawsuits filed by Trump and others have been rejected in courts. Some were appealed. Other suits are still being decided.

Surveillance footage from State Farm Arena showed poll observers being led to believe that ballot counting was ending around 10:30 p.m. on election night. Once observers and media left, a handful of workers resumed counting, the footage showed.

Georgia officials have claimed nothing in the video was irregular, concluding observers “simply left on their own” while ignoring a verbal announcement that the counting was done for the night.

Anonymous said...

kuntmama smelly gash still has not stepped down from her semen seat.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- GOING DUTCH FOR THE HOLIDAYS

When Romee said she was ready to roast my chestnuts, I insisted on no cracking!!!