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The case against Girl Scout Cookies

Catholic World News - January 17, 2012

Girl Scout Cookies may be tasty, and earnest little girls who sell them door-to-door may be hard to resist, but a portion of the profits are used to promote a left-wing agenda, reports Cathy Cleaver Ruse. Her Washington Times column also notes that although the local Girl Scout troop may not be involved in the ideological battles, the local troop receives only a small proportion of the proceeds from the cookie sales.

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