Only white people.
The closest they got to a minority was having a white woman on the show.
All middle-aged or senior, white men.
Check it out.
The show began with an interview with one Wendell Cox, Principal of Demographia. Then it went to a panel discussion, mostly on the just-passed election with the following panel members:
--Jason Grill, media/public affairs consultant,
--Mike Sanders, Attorney with Humphrey, Farrington and McClain
--Crosby Kemper III, Executive Director of the Kansas City Public Library and
--Annie Presley, Author
Every. Single. One.
In the longest segment, they discussed the recently-executed 2016 presidential election. You would think that would include some input from, oh, I don't know, some Black Americans? Some Hispanic Americans? Mexican-Americans? Any other groups?
Just the white folks. Not so much as even one "token", to be crude.
You would think there weren't any Black or Hispanic or any other minority people in this entire city, watching this show, most weeks and that the election didn't effect them in any way whatever.
It apparently, really is a white man's world. At least in Kansas City.
Ironically and coincidentally (hypocritically?), the program was followed by two ads promoting inclusion and helping young minority youth in the city. I nearly choked.
To be clear here, however, they will accept monetary contributions from minorities, rest assured.
Link: Ruckus | KCPT