Sunday, January 17, 2021

Local Journalism Downfall: Kansas City Star Mostly Reporting On White Guilt Nowadays

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 . . .

Could benefactor's racist practices lead to name change at Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art?

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.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is what happens when you turn over control to freaks oddballs and weirdo's. It's damn shame really.

Anonymous said...


The leftists at the star are trying to destroy everything KC was founded on. And to see this article is sad. Yes, KC as does the U.S. has an ugly history. But, to cancel it is beyond words.

We learn from history. To cancel it is no more than denying it happened and it also fails to credit the good the past did to build this city.

I cancelled my subscription over 10 years ago and I can tell you that in that time from what I read in links on TKC and other sites the paper is crap and nothing will bring it back.

What they (idiots at the star) are doing is taking the city down with the piece of crap we call the newspaper of record.....laughable to even write anything positive about it.

Byron Funkhouser said...

This is the long overdue racial reckoning.

If it offends the white supremacist, it's because they are part of the problem.

Our Founders weren't brave enough to denounce slavery in 1776, & we are still paying the price.

But, no one, more than the African Diaspora.

Anonymous said...

They are still open for business?

Anonymous said...

10:03 the kkkdimwit party still refuses to accept the blacks and allow them to be fully apart of this country since oh I don’t know, forever.

Don’t forget you people killed the man who freed the slaves and you people are still refuse to accept it.

“we are still paying the price.” who’s we? You got a mouse in your pocket?

Anonymous said...

“Racial reckoning!”

“White supremacists”

Now that’s funny right there! Lmao!

Anonymous said...

Hell the blacks dominate TV commercials, isn't that enough ?

Anonymous said...

The Kansas City Karencrat should be what the Red Star is referred to as.

Anonymous said...

If the Star wants to be really honest about all their white guilt, they need to start an extensive investigation into ALL of their previous employees, including reporters, to unearth all the "racism" that these people carried with them in the past.
A company is made up of people, so let the Star print a list of all their names.
And while they're at it, contract with an objective third party to carefully research the track records of all of their CURRENT management and staff.
It's too easy and completely unfair to focus just on dead folks.

Anonymous said...

Change the name of the art museum to “Julian Faggot Anti-Cop Art Shithole”

Anonymous said...

The Nelson should sell off its collection and shutdown before the ghetto completely overtakes it. Watching the white supremacist Rembrandts and Monets burning on a pyre may excite the young urban scholars and slate their nihilism, at least for awhile, those treasures deserve to be somewhere will they will be protected, and not left to the barbarians horde to destroy.

Anonymous said...

"Our Founders weren't brave enough to denounce slavery in 1776...."

"All men are created equal." - Declaration of Independence, 1776

Many of the founders did in fact denounce slavery.

And you are still a full of shit know nothing.

Anonymous said...

all white people at the Iowa Star need to resign immediately and give their jobs to BIPOCs.

I would cancel my subscription to this rag if I ever had one.

Byron Funkhouser said...

9:21, the man who wrote those hypocritical words owned more slaves than anyone in American History.

Some of them were his own children.

Anonymous said...

Blieron, who knew that the Declaration of Independence was penned by Joshua Ward of Georgetown, S.C.? I sure didn’t. Of course he would have been a little young to have written anything in 1776. You learn something new everyday. Moron.

Tab said...

The Red Star doubles down on shooting themselves in the dick....but that is what left tards do.

Tab said...

When were you a slave?... be happy your dumbass wasnt dumped in Haiti....it was AFRICANS that enslaved their neighbors in Africa.....and you are still doing it to each other here.

Anonymous said...

They better give up the endowment and the art his money bought if they really think they are better than the name “Nelson”

If Cicero said gratitude is the queen of the virtues, what can we say about ingratitude to this extreme?