From The Marketplace: Families fight tyranny with American-made

When it comes to small business, Ronald Reagan said it best when he referred to small business owners as “the forgotten heroes of America.”

These heroes have a permanent home in The Marketplace by TheBlaze.

Meet Robert and Brenda Snizek, two patriots who wanted to teach their children to appreciate the freedoms they enjoy. They decided to turn Constitutional lessons into a game that’s not just educational—it’s hilarious!


Through We The People Fight Tyranny Game, the Snizek family is creating a generation of youth unafraid to defend liberty.

Next, meet Jeanine Gantt, who learned work ethic from her entrepreneurial mother. With two sons of her own (her best helpers), Jeanine makes amazing soapsscrubslotions and body washes that you just can’t find on the supermarket shelves.


Jeanine’s hard work is paying off—she’s passing priceless lessons onto her sons and building our nation.

Keep these heroes from being forgotten. Learn more about the small business shop owners at The Marketplace by TheBlaze today.

  • Amanda Wilson


    ◆◆◆ ◆◆◆� ◆◆◆ ◆◆⫇◆ ◆◆◆Through We The People Fight Tyranny Game, the Snizek family is creating a generation of youth unafraid to defend liberty.

  • Lancey

    You’re defining every thing the government does in its actions as tyranny. Youre beginning to sound like the boy who cried wolf! Be careful not to sound too shrill in every event that happens that occurs between the people and the government as tyranny.

  • Fiji’s Best

    Unlike collectivism’s illusions, the individualist conception recognizes that society is understood through the individuals comprising it.

  • Raj Err

    On a related note, I’ve found this to be a steadfast beacon in the fog of illusions conjured up by today’s liberals and progressives:

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