Credit where it's due . . . A recent editorial is based mostly on hearsay and speculation but it's entertaining and offers a glimpse at middle-class denizens flexing on police who were granting BLM protesters a great deal of leeway during suburban neighborhood protests.
Panicky souls might suggest this story reveals how quickly community frustration can escalate whilst more skeptical denizens might recognize tough talk and veiled threats as the strategy of cowards.
Check-it . . .
An Overland Park homeowner with a friend in the far-right, white nationalist Proud Boys offered to call them in to protect the neighborhood from Black Lives Matter protesters last July, The Star Editorial Board has learned. And it's only since the pro-Trump riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan.