Donald Trump claims he has brought Christmas back to the White House, but it was clear on Thursday night that nobody else got the memo.
O'Reilly says, "Don't like Christmas? Ignore it." Right. Like Evangelicals ignore the things they don't like.
Texas' governor claimed that the sentiment that others celebrate the holidays in their own way was bullying and persecuting Christians
The Benham brothers don't experience reality like the rest of us, so their explanation of why we liberals hate Christmas is rather bizarre
It was inevitable that at some point, the radicalized United States House of Representatives would become involved in an official way, in the imaginary "War on Christmas" Fox News works so hard to sell in between their "Happy Holiday" breaks:
"There will be...parties, bright trees, even Nativity scenes, all decked out, while the world continues to wage war. It's all a charade."
Richard Land doesn't like plain red cups. He wants snowflakes because snowflakes are apparently Jesus-friendly and festive red is not
Donald Trump hints at boycotting Starbucks and he asserts that he will be having Americans saying "Merry Christmas" again.
Donald Trump promises to go out of his way to use the word "Christmas" as he sees beyond liberty and assaults stuff having to do with that
It's not that we want to walk in the darkness that we fear plastic baby Jesuses, but that they don't belong on our courthouse steps
A Maryland school board removed all religious holidays from its calendar, angering Norris - would adding Muslim holidays have made him less angry?
The glaring hypocrisy of those on the right, primarily conservative Christians, is they want Christ kept in Christmas during the Pagan winter holidays, but "abort Christ" from the policies and agendas they promote throughout the year.
If you want to know the reason for the season, you don't have to look back to Christ but past him.
Sarah Palin's contention that Founding Fathers John Adams and Thomas Jefferson would join her in the war against the imagined war on Christmas is too much of an affront to American history.
Well, since we are now past Thanksgiving, Fox News and its website, Fox Nation, are now all in on the supposed War on Christmas.
Yes, I know it’s a surprise. Fundamentalist Christians hate Islam and well…fundamentalist Muslims hate Christianity. We have seen this dynamic at work in the United States since 2001 and with renewed vigor over the past two years. It’s as if a perpetual state of Jihad/Crusade exists in the minds of extremists at both ends, leaving the rest of us to grow dizzy from the salvos fired past our heads.
If Kyl, DeMint, and McConnell are such devout Christians, why do their voting records belie their claim that they are followers of Christ? Shouldn’t their single-mindedness of faith permeate every aspect of their personal and working lives?
Each holiday season the Christofascists come looking for bogeymen to accuse so they can play the seasonal victim, repeating their meme a war on Christmas.
In a stunning turn of events, Fox News has been running a holiday greeting commercial that does not say Merry Christmas, but instead wishes everyone Happy Holidays. Could there be any greater sign of their surrender in the war on Christmas than Fox News airing a spot that wishes viewers Happy Holidays?