Kansas City Power Rankings: Chicken Loses, Activists & Masks Stay Winning!!!

Overall the COVID plague still rules the discourse of this nation and remains the dominant force in American and global politics.

Nevertheless, as we drill down and examine cowtown events . . . We share an even closer look at those who rule the local discourse. 

Take a peek . . .

Refugees Win Kansas City This Week

This week the first Afghans arrived in Kansas City and, as reported FIRST on TKC, Mayor Q welcomed Haitians. More rapidly than most locals expected, Kansas City is quickly change and becoming a more diverse and 'inclusive' community . . . Which is cool given that we'll have more help and new perspective to work on our longstanding crime problems. 

Justice Horn Led Fight Against Chick-Fil-A

Chicken was choked out of the new Kansas City airport with help from LGBT activists across the metro. One of the leaders of this movement was Jackson County activist Justice Horn. He was at the forefront of the campaign and deserves credit for focusing on local policy over the petty historical exhibits which preoccupy lesser LGBT leaders.


The American face covering dress code endures and scores victories across the Kansas City metro. 

Kansas City extended its mask orders for another two weeks. 

Blue Springs School District will require masks through December. 

Rae's Cafe mask defiance was DEFEATED soundly in Jackson County court.

And even in Overland Park, students who disobey mask orders are required to tape COVID coverings to their face. 

Agree or disagree with the health precautions, there's no denying their power.

And so . . .

As always, this list has been compiled according to scientific TKC polling and market research data and it's a weekly comprehensive guide to local powerful people.