Virginia Boy Scout Troop Takes on the ACLU One Kernel at a Time (3:36)
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In the Richmond, Virginia, Boy Scout Troop 828
has used their adversarial relationship with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to their financial benefit. The boys decided to hold their annual popcorn sale outside the Virginia ACLU headquarters. Their quiet, yet respectful move gained them national media attention. Now, the troop that last year sold $300 worth of popcorn is credited with sales topping $28,000 this year. Robert Knight, CWA’s director of the Culture & Family Institute and resident Eagle Scout gives three cheers to the Heart of Virginia Council and the Troop 828 of Chesterfield County.
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