Did Christmas survive Christmas?
Another Christmas has come and gone and in spite of the best efforts of many to denigrate its spirit, it appears to have survived. We had those refusing to say Merry Christmas, banning nonsecular holiday decorations, and purging all references to Christ from primary school “holiday” programs, but on the morning of 12/25/15 families across the country woke up to a Christmas tree and gave thanks for their simple blessings as they ate their Christmas meal, Christians and non-Christians alike. In fact, according to a Pew Research Center survey, Christmas represents a nation-wide event celebrated by 92 percent of the population.
We hope you all had a very Merry Christmas.
Thanksgiving, a time for …. politics?
Our fearless leader suggested we spend a little quality time this Thanksgiving mixing politics in with our turkey and fixin’s. Nothing says love, togetherness, and holidays more than a heated discussion over gun control. Isn’t he satisfied enough with tearing the country apart that he doesn’t need to have families fighting as well?