Montana Couple Combats Common Core With Game About Fighting Tyranny

“We see the youth of this country as our brightest hope.”

—Robert Snizek, We The People Games

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In the wake of Common Core, one couple from Billings, Mont., has introduced a new tool to teach American history and constitutional principles. Robert and Brenda Snizek felt strongly about building a generation of American youth who would not be fooled by the progressive argument, prepared to boldly defend liberty.

They created a game, We The People Fight Tyranny, drawing inspiration from George Washington’s eighth annual address to Congress in 1796, in which he said: “A primary object … should be the education of our youth in the science of government. In a republic, what species of knowledge can be equally important? And what duty more pressing . . . than communicating it to those who are to be the future guardians of the liberties of the country?”

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The Snizeks took George Washington’s directive to heart and have been encouraging people to “play the game. Teach liberty. Fight tyranny!” Simple as that.

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The game is designed to help families, particularly those with young children, enjoy spending time together while learning about the freedoms they enjoy. Through their efforts to produce and distribute this game, the Snizeks want to build our nation’s next generation of patriots the “fun” way, one laugh at a time.

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