February 24, 2024

Keeping Media and Government Accountable.

Tag: Government

Illegal Alien Accused of Rape in UMKC Dorm

According to Fox4 KC, the federal immigration department has placed a hold on 22-year-old Juan Contreras for raping an incapacitated woman in UMKC’s…

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KC Firefighter Earns 232K in 2016, 100 Make More Than 107K

According to the Kansas City Star, a Kansas City, Missouri, firefighter/paramedic made $232,105 last year, $80,000 more than the fire chief Fire…

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The Sky Hasn’t Fallen–Top 20 Area Public Elementary Schools All in Johnson County

According to the educational ranking service, Niche, as reported by the Kansas City Business Journal, Johnson County public elementary schools,…

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$15 Minimum Wage Goes on KC August Ballot, Kansans Hoping It Passes

If local social justice warriors have their way, minimum wage workers in Kansas City, Missouri, could see their salaries nearly…

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Tony Botello of “Tony’s Kansas City” Answers the Sentinel’s 20 Questions

  What the major media most resent about the alternative media is the latter’s freedom to pursue the truth. By…

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Breaking: Tonganoxie School Super Arrested for School Sex Cover-Up

  On Tuesday, prosecutors in Linn County charged Chris Kleidosty, currently superintendent of the Tonganoxie Unified School District, with failing to…

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Show-Me Warns of $800 Million GO Bonds Blank Check

  Patrick Touhey, the Western Missouri field manager of the libertarian Show-Me Institute, has his eye on the $800 million the City of…

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Will U Cal Berkeley Boycott National Debate Championship at KU?

According to Southern Methodist University professor Ben Voth, writing in the American Thinker, two teams from the University of California…

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McCaskill Hopes to Tie Trump’s Hands on Russia

“You can talk all you want about Russia, which was all, you know, fake news, fabricated deal, to try and…

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Ill-Fated Kemper Arena Sold for a Buck

On Thursday, the Kansas City Council, by a 9-1 vote, approved the sale of Kemper Arena to Foutch Brothers for $1.…

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New Business Continues to Grow in Kansas

There is not much positive effect a state tax policy can have on industries like agriculture and energy, the two…

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Missouri Prison Population Up By 2500

Since 2006, Missouri’s prison population has risen by roughly 2,500 inmates, an 8 percent increase since 2006. In a hearing on…

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Missouri Unions Plot to Undo Right-To-Work

  As reported in Missourinet, labor leaders from around Missouri are contemplating ways of putting Missouri’s newly-passed right-to-work law before…

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Mayor James Fails To Sell KC Audience on GO Bonds

On Monday evening, the Waldo Towers Homes Association in conjunction with adjoining Associations hosted Kansas City Mayor Sly James in…

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Hard Left Turns on Soft Left in KC Protest

On Friday at 4:30 p.m. a coalition of hard left organizations will be holding a rally at the Oppenstein Park…

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Missouri Executes First Man in Greitens Era

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens declined a clemency request for Mark Christeson, 37, and on Tuesday the Missouri man moved on to…

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Kansas City on Pace to Pass 2016 Homicide Rate

The most serious problem that the city of Kansas City, Missouri, faces is one that its elected officials refuse to…

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Yael Pushes Kander for President in 2020, Seriously

Long time Star editorialist turned blogger Yael Abouhalkah believes that former Missouri secretary of state Jason Kander is presidential timber (or…

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Can New Star Editor Live Down Wikileaks Revelation?

The Kansas City Star has recently shaken up its editorial board. Management put out to pasture long time editorial writers…

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MO Governor Greitens Wants Right to Work

  In his State of the State address, newly elected Missouri Governor Eric Greitens wasted no time getting down to…

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What Happened to MU’s Melissa “I Need Some Muscle” Click?

Academia can be a very forgiving place. A year ago the University of Missouri severed its relationship with infamous communications…

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All Regs To Be Reviewed in Show-Me State

According to Missourinet, new Missouri Governor Eric Greitens has ordered a complete review of every regulation in the State of…

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Citizens for a Responsible Government Fires Back at Steve Rose

Veteran pundit Steve Rose took to the pages of the Kansas City Star to scold the nonprofit watchdog group, Citizens…

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CFRG Says ‘Vote No’ on $800 Million KC Bond Deal

Citizens For a Responsible Government (CFRG), a Kansas City-based watchdog group, does not like the smell of the $800 million…

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