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Dear Sgt. Shaft: My daughter, Elise, a fourth-grader in Auburn Hills, Michigan, is in the Girl Scouts for the fourth year. She is the epitome of a Girl Scout. ... Right now is our cookie selling time, and Elise would like to accept your donation on behalf of Girl Scouts for cookies to be sent to our military.
The Girl Scouts are preparing to celebrate "World Thinking Day" in February. Parents, hold on to your pocketbooks.
Long a lightning rod for conservative criticism, the Girl Scouts of the USA are now facing their highest-level challenge yet: an official inquiry by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
"What's next Morris, are you going to go after Adopt-A-Puppy or Save The Baby Seals?" This was a question put to me by a constituent recently when my refusal to sign a resolution by the Indiana House of Representatives celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America (GSUSA) became a front-page, international news sensation.
Backed by 100 years of experience, Girl Scouts are unleashing a campaign to ensure that girls will strive harder to become captains of industry.
My column last week warned parents to be wary of the Girl Scouts. The Scouts' original mission has been corrupted by leftist ideas and its trajectory hijacked by pro-abortion, pro-homosexual politics.
@Text.normal:PARMA, Ohio | The Girl Scouts were selling their cookies the old-fashioned way, pulling a creaky-wheeled red wagon laden with Thin Mints and Samoas down a suburban street. But the ritual took a decidedly 21st-century twist when, with a polite smile, one of the girls pulled out a smartphone and inquired: "Would you like to pay with a credit card?"