Boy Scouts of America

Is There Still a Place for Boys?

Parenting Young Men After the Scouts By John Stonestreet & Shane Morris, 2/6/20 February 8th marks the anniversary of the founding of the Boy Scouts, one of America’s most beloved youth organizations. For over a century, presidents, CEOs, astronauts, and athletes have begun their... read more

The Boy Scouts’ Bankruptcy Is Not Just Financial. It’s Moral.

Although it may be near declaring bankruptcy, Scouting’s problems go beyond the financial, deep into the problems with America’s civil culture today. By Alfred Siewers, the Federalist, January 2, 2019 What’s left of the Boy Scouts of America (now operating as Scouts BSA) is on the brink... read more

Boy Scout With Down Syndrome and Autism Stripped of His Badges

By  Micaiah Bilger,  Mar 21, 2018 A Utah family is advocating for their son with Down syndrome after a decision by the Boy Scouts to reject the teen’s merit badges. The Autism Site reports Logan Blythe, 15, of Utah, has Down syndrome and autism; and his local scout troop made... read more