The Daily Currant, an Onion-style parody site, has an amusing article about Bill O’Reilly allegedly losing it with an in-store Santa Claus at Macy’s after the fake Christmas icon wished him a “happy holidays” instead of a “merry Christmas.” This doesn’t seem too farfetched:
Category Archive: War on Christmas
Dec 28 2012
Dec 26 2012
A new front has been opened in the War on Christmas and the American Family Association’s Sandy Rios has sniffed it out. Those sneaky Democrats have been pushing important legislative battles in Congress at Christmas time to distract people from the baby Jesus:
Dec 25 2012
You knew it had to come down to this, right? If there’s a war on Christmas, you just knew that it was the Jews behind the whole thing, running it all from their seats of extraordinary power in the banking and entertainment industries. But Burt Prelutsky can say that, because he’s Jewish:
Dec 15 2012
The Worldnutdaily is back with another video from Richard Rives, published with the headline “Dec. 25 has ‘nothing’ to do with Jesus.” At the same time, they’re also running stories about “Atheist attacks on Christmas” and “How to avoid Grinches at Christmas,” which is all about that infamous War on Christmas — but not, of …
Dec 11 2012
Bill O’Reilly, certified moral leader for Real Americanstm everywhere, is still flogging the dead horse of the War on Christmas — and now he’s blaming it all on gay people who want abortions, or something. Here’s a conversation he had with Bernard McGuirk and the astonishingly stupid Greg Gutfeld:
Dec 07 2012
Well isn’t this interesting? The Worldnutdaily has apparently declared a war on Christmas with an “exclusive” video from Richard Rives, president of Wyatt Archaeological Research (yes, Ron Wyatt’s fraudulent group), declaring that Christmas is a pagan holiday that should not be celebrated by Christians.
Dec 06 2012
Buster Wilson of the American Family Association got on quite a righteous roll on his radio show on Monday, railing incoherently about how not allowing nativity scenes on public property will lead to a ban on Christians celebrating Christmas at all. Seriously.
Dec 07 2011
Now that we’re in the midst of the invented annual outrage known as the War on Christmas, Right Wing Watch catches Newt Gingrich participating in that war by having a “holiday” — as opposed to Christmas — sale on his books. In fact, as they note, it looks remarkably like a Walgreens holiday sale ad …
Dec 05 2011
As one who has long laughed heartily at the notion of a War on Christmas, I was fascinated to see this blog post about the origins of the whole thing. Turns out it started among paranoid and racist far right groups like the John Birch Society. Color me unsurprised.