Did you know Kids in Common and the Children’s Agenda Vision Council are following the lead of the Peninsula Partnership Leadership Council of San Mateo County and promoting the Bill of Rights for Children and Youth? If you aren’t up to speed on the Peninsula Partnership Leadership Council please watch Jon Rappoport’s recent interview here.
Today, I would like to bring your attention to another authoritarian #SB18 promoting organization. Kids In Common.
“At all times, but especially during times of political change and upheaval”
Upheaval? I’m not sure what “upheaval” they are referring to. Could it be the now mobilizing anti-#SB18 ARMY? Perhaps. Did you notice the Planned Parenthood logo?
Do you remember when Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta admitted to Planned Parenthood’s CEO that the videos alleging the abortion business’s sale of fetal body parts were damaging?
Did you know several companies stopped funding Planned Parenthood since the undercover investigation exposed employees laughingly talking about the sale of aborted baby organs? Most notably, AT&T, Coca-Cola, Ford, and Xerox all publicly announced they would no longer send Planned Parenthood money.
More recently, another big name company, Macy’s, joined the Planned Parenthood boycott. Perhaps this is the “upheaval” Kids in Common referred to?
In my opinion, Planned Parenthood needs to be held accountable for its inhumane treatment of innocent life and support of #SB18- hitting their finances is a good start.
Do you know who has endorsed the Kids in Common Bill of Rights for Children and Youth? Click here. Yes, as you can see, the City of Los Altos, the City of Milpitas, the City of Morgan Hill, the City of Mountain View, the City of San Jose, the City of Saratoga, the City of Sunnyvale and the Town of Los Gatos among others.
Who else has endorsed #SB18? Meet the Children’s Agenda Vision Council.
You can learn more about the Children’s Agenda Vision Council by reading the 2014 Santa Clara County Children’s Agenda – Indicators for Child Health and Well-Being Data Book. Click here for information on how to get a free copy of the book.
Make no mistake, #SB18 is a ‘Big Ideas’ authoritarian agenda years in the making as evidenced by this 2010 San Jose Mercury News Editorial.
Follow the money. As you can see below, checks are made payable to PPMM/Kids in Common. Let’s dig a little deeper…
A search for Kids in Common on the California Secretary of State website returned 3 active committees.
A quick search of ENTITY ID 1390602 leads to, you guessed it, James (Jim) P. Steyer, founder and CEO of #SB promoting nonprofit, Common Sense Media.
A quick search of each of the ENTITY ID 1385538 committees also leads to James (Jim) P. Steyer, founder and CEO of #SB promoting nonprofit, Common Sense Media.
It gets worse. The Tenth Annual Santa Clara County Children’s Summit invites community leaders to forge new partnerships and work across boundaries to achieve goals. The Summit is being held at the Microsoft Corporation Building 1 1065 La Avenida Street Mountain View, CA 94043 Friday, February 24, 2017 7:30 AM – 2:15 PM PST.
Keynote Speaker James “Jim” Shelton is the President of the Chan Zuckerberg Education Initiative and was most recently President & Chief Impact Officer of 2U, Inc. Previously, the Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education and the Program Director for Education at the Gates Foundation, he has held a broad range of management, policy, and programmatic roles, which have made a meaningful social impact. Jim holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Morehouse College as well as master’s degrees in both business administration and education from Stanford. He resides in Washington, D.C., with his wife Sonia and their two sons.
Still not scary enough? Trevor Mundel, president of global health at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is rethinking the World Health Organization’s role and funding to embracing health innovations such as the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. Did you know Mundel, oversees the Gates Foundation’s work in vaccine innovation?
“Because we don’t receive government funding, we do not have to worry about being perceived as acting in our own self-interest” claims kidsincommon.org.