“The socialists are spending too much on programs. Our children will pay the debt.”
“The conservatives are cutting funding from the programs children need.”
“The real victims of this divorce will be the children.”
“As the armed conflict continues, we worry about the education and safety of children.”
The news anchor finishes five minutes of need-to-know headlines.
You wonder: who is winning? The politicians, the businessmen, the socialists, the army, the football team…? It’s not always clear.
But who loses from the headline-grabbing squabbles? Often, it’s the youngest generation.
One person and one club can’t change everything. But Kiwanis tries to balance the scales and make sure that the children do win.