fox news war on christmas
Stay tuned, for there will surely be more to come. O'Reilly launched his 2014 attack Tuesday night, taking on all the "War
However, Crooks and Liars noted that later in his show, O'Reilly nevertheless said he had successfully saved Christmas for
Giving everyone the benefit of the doubt, it is true that our country is undergoing some profound changes in demographics. We are more religiously and culturally diverse than ever before and this diversity will automatically evoke some strong reactions. Plus we have a rising population that does not feel affiliated with any religious tradition and this too contributes to the new cultural landscape. So, it is not surprising that those used to Christianity being the dominant religion in America feel unease in this new reality. So, consider this a primer to help all of us 'just get along' during this 'holiday season.'
WASHINGTON -- Christmas may be seven months away, but Texas is ready for it. "Teachers have enough on their plate to worry
At this point, "Fox & Friends" has to be doing Christmas more harm than good. In its most absurd defense against the war
(h/t ThinkProgress) Fox News continued its fight against the so-called "War on Christmas" on Thursday by going straight to
Jon Stewart addressed one of Bill O'Reilly's more impassioned "War on Christmas" moments during a Monday monologue about
On Monday night's "The Daily Show," Stewart tore apart the cable network's yearly obsession with defending the holiday by
Father Jonathan Morris, who has been a contributor on Fox News since 2005, recently visited the set of "Fox & Friends" to
As O'Reilly previously argued, the Fox News host charged that Christmas is not a religion but a state of mind. "Again, if
"You're an atheist, a non-believer, and I respect that, that's fine. I don't look down on you," O'Reilly said. "But why are
Watch Schultz's video below, and the Fox News' "How Not to Get Sued Over Christmas" segment below. Watch the latest video
It amazes me that in less than a century Christians have gone from opposing over-consumption at Christmas to demanding it be done in Christ's name alone.