war on Christmas

Trump attacked Joe Biden, but seemed to forget who the president is for 2020.
In a country where most people now are not religious, the research shows that a massive 91% of us do celebrate Christmas in some form. So if Christmas is no longer about Christ for most people, what is it about? What people are celebrating in just under a week's time is not the birth of a supernatural saviour, but more earthly, human things.
I'm just not convinced the 'war on Christmas is a thing' in this country and I so I don't think it's helpful to bring up when discussing freedom to discuss your beliefs. It dilutes the argument and makes what is actually a serious issue into something ridiculous.
There's a war on. You might not have noticed, but everything around you is under attack. The Christmas trees, the carols
The reality of human existence has always been one of diversity, particularity and dissimilarity. The most heroic contributors to human civilisation - and to the story of nations - have been individuals and cultures with distinct perspectives and propensities to those of the prevailing norm.
In an a gesture of goodwill, which would be touching if it weren't so thoroughly depressing that it was necessary, the Muslim
I'm doing this Christmas thing for the fourth year on my own, and I have to say this year's been the toughest by far. This is basically because my daughter has fallen in love with the joys of the iPod iPad and iPhone.