The newspaper still hopes to hold locals accountable for a recent American insurrection and has dedicated quite a few of their pages to this demand for justice.
Credit where it's due . . . Their most interesting recent report chronicles social media fallout after a local minister was identified near the crime scene.
Photos have circulated on Facebook of Lenexa Pastor Luke Weese attending the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 before the rally turned into a violent attack, fueled by President Donald Trump’s rhetoric. His church says he was there to pray and was not near the Capitol at the time of the raid. But church members say his attendance sends the wrong message.
It's unclear if church drama really has any impact outside the congregation but the outcry of suburban holy rollers deserves consideration.
In another leap of faith, here's a not-so-new attack against a Missouri Senator . . .
Quick answer: NO.
This link offers more detail, a fact check and reminds readers that newspaper editorials are no longer grounded in reality.
Still, the progressive screeds persist as audience and advertisers fade for the so-called "paper-of-record" that now mostly serves to document partisan screeds.
You decide . . .