This isn't bad news per se . . . In fact, some of the BEST & BRIGHTEST MOST KICK-ASS READERS accurately predicted this latest Sunday "cancel culture" move.
Reality: The Kansas City Star has dropped out of the municipal conversation and now serves mostly as a publication dedicated primarily to sharing progressive talking points.
The latest example from the Sunday paper that was largely ignored and hidden behind a paywall . . .
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is "reflecting" on its own association with William Rockhill Nelson after The Kansas City Star's recent report highlighting how The Star's founder helped lay the foundation for decades of racial segregation in Kansas City. The Star then announced it was removing the name and image of Nelson from its newspaper and website.