Skip to comments.Christmas tree freedom
Posted on 12/29/2003 10:47:57 AM PST by RJCogburnEdited on 04/13/2004 2:11:17 AM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
'TIS THE SEASON to argue about Christmas trees, menorahs, nativity scenes, and the separation of church and state. Do the symbols and trappings of a religious holiday in public spaces, such as state universities, municipal park grounds, high schools, or City Hall displays, exclude and oppress citizens who do not belong to the majority religion? Or do restrictions on such displays abridge religious expression in the name of sensitivity run amok? Are there Scrooges and Grinches out to steal Christmas, replacing it with a politically correct "holiday season" drained of all religious and cultural content? Is this part of a "war" by secularists against religion and Christianity in particular, as a series of recent reports on Fox News suggested?
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Only ONE is a federal holiday....
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There ya go, mom-7! That won't enrage any of the nitwits, eh??? ;-))
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