The annual Friend or Foe Christmas Campaign, Liberty Counsel has provided a Naughty and Nice List, cataloging which stores are censoring Christmas
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Years ago our annual Christmas parade was replaced by a “Winter Festival.” Hail, Baal. And this year the theme of our glorious Winter Festival will be “Strength Through Diversity.”
An assistant history professor at Drexel University, George Ciccariello-Maher, got into some hot water recently when he tweeted, “All I Want for Christmas is White Genocide.”
I do recall my eyes settling on some kind of Coca-Cola product — festooned with the colorful, luminous, and now wonderfully familiar depiction of the Santa Claus.
Given all the ways that human beings tick each other off, it helps to know just how much of a biological miracle that guy is who cut us off in traffic.
What if Christmas is a core value of belief in a personal God who lived among us and His freely given promise of eternal salvation that no believer should reject or apologize for?
What is most wonderful about Christmas is that it gives us the opportunity to reflect on the most perfect gift that human beings could have ever been given: the person of Jesus Christ.
The bigots and bullies of secular fundamentalism will yammer on about the separation of church and state, and the horrors of recognizing Christmas in public settings.
And this good news is not fake news. It’s tangible, genuine and open to all, without exclusion. It’s totally inclusive, but each person must make a decision to opt-in.
In stark contrast, President-elect Trump stated, “Our hearts and prayers are with the loved ones of the victims of today’s horrifying terror attack in Berlin.”
Don’t get distracted by arguments that early Christians latched onto a pre-existing pagan holiday to establish the date of Christmas. The important thing is the birth of the Savior, Jesus Christ.
Hollywood’s in full panic mode, which is reflected in the decision of the Hollywood PR powerhouse Sunshine Sachs to cancel its annual Christmas shindig.
Liberty Counsel countered an atheist group, The Freedom from Religion Foundation, which sent a letter to St. Bernard, Ohio, complaining about the nativity scene, demanding its removal.
We must never abandon the fight to preserve our unalienable rights to religious liberty. We must preserve the spiritual foundations of this nation celebrated in national holidays as Christmas and Easter.
The secular war on Christmas recently trained its big guns on the door of the nurse’s office in a Texas middle school. Squarely in its sights was a homemade poster on the door.
Restoring the Christmas message is so important today because, while positive political change in America is encouraging, legislation and education cannot change the human heart; only regeneration can.
Allow me to share with you a selection from one of my favorite chapters in the Bible, I Corinthians 1…
Members on both sides of the aisle came together to pass a piece of legislation that is especially meaningful this time of year: the Frank Wolf International Religious Freedom Act.
May old acquaintance be forgot — especially if that old acquaintance is Planned Parenthood! That’s exactly how pro-lifers are hoping to ring in the New Year.
The haters of all-things-Christmas, some of whom claim to be “freedom” lovers, are busy again this December trying to legally abort the baby in the manger.
The English-speaking world has been robbed of much of the beauty and power of the Christmas song we know as O Holy Night.
It was not until my freshman year of college that I first heard of It’s a Wonderful Life. I know, hard to believe — but true.
As would have been expected by anyone but clueless liberals, this nonsense in Hillsboro soon became a hot topic in the social media.
Liberty Counsel has launched it’s 14th annual Friend or Foe Christmas Campaign, along with its “Naughty and Nice List.”
Just days before Christmas recess, the GOP is making plans to advance President-elect Trump’s top agenda items right out of the gate in January.
Each year around this time, in Facebook posts and elsewhere, we are certain to be lectured by well-meaning Christians on the “sinfulness” of celebrating Christmas.
Every Christmas season, I receive emails such as: “I’m sorry, but every time I tried to watch the sermon the decorated Christmas trees in the background were disturbing to my spirit.”
Liberty Counsel launched its 14th Annual Christmas Campaign, and that includes the Naughty and Nice List, which includes retailers that either acknowledge or ignore Christmas.
Charlie Brown is the latest casualty in the on-going culture wars. In an under-reported article just before Christmas on Fox..
When the mighty angel Gabriel appeared to Mary with a prophetic announcement that she would give birth to a baby..