There is a special place for people who do this sort of thing. A boy riding on a skateboard snatched more than $550 from a Girl Scout troop Sunday as he rolled by their cookie stand at a San Bernardino County, Calif., grocery store.
"Celebrating 100 Years of Girl Scouting" is the title of an exhibit on display at the Sloan Museum that opened over the weekend. It showcases historical photos and artifacts, including a uniform from 1914 and more.
State lawmakers in Indiana were recently presented with a resolution to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts organization and honor the positive influence the group has had on American women. Representative Bob Morris, a Republican from Fort Wayne, was the only representative to refuse to sign, citing a belief that the Girl Scouts is a “radicalized organization.”
In a video posted to YouTube, a girl who identifies herself only as 14-year-old Taylor calls for an outright boycott of Girl Scout cookies, citing the group's acceptance of a transgender child last year.
In the video, the girl accuses the organization of spending money from cookie sales in a manner which is inconsistent with members' desires, and not being honest with girls, saying: