Today’s read is from a heavyweight columnist, Dennis Prager. A brief excerpt:
Proponents of “happy holidays” argue that this is no big deal. They say the advocates of saying “merry Christmas” are making a mountain out of a molehill. There is no “war on Christmas,” they say. But the “happy holidays” advocates want it both ways. They dismiss promoters of “merry Christmas” as hysterical while simultaneously replacing “merry Christmas” with “happy holidays”; “Christmas vacation” with “winter vacation”; and “Christmas party” with “holiday party.”
So, is all this elimination of the word “Christmas” important or not?
The answer should be obvious. It’s very important.
You betcha. The entire column is here.