The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

“Life would pall if it were all sugar; salt is bitter if taken by itself; but when tasted as part of the dish, it savours the meat. Difficulties are the salt of life.” – Gen. Robert Baden Powell


  1. I was on the fence for some time regarding maintaining any association with the Scouts, getting all dramatic about even keeping the badges, jamboree photos and other paraphernalia. But I don’t intend to let these fools induce me to rewrite my own history just because they’re taking another exceptional institution to blazes.

    What tomorrows soybois will become in this organization, I have no idea; but it won’t be Men, and this is not the Scouts.

    Bottom line, I’m a better man because of Baden Powell’s Boy Scouts. Nothing can take that from me.

  2. I agree. I treasure my Eagle Scout award, I worked hard for it. But it’s become an organization I don’t recognize and can’t condone. Too bad, generations of boys have learned what it is to be men through the old Boy Scouts but those days are over in the interest of trying to be PC and please the left’s pussification agenda.

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