Cold in the night, no one in sight, winter winds whirl and bite, how I wish I were happy and warm, safe with my family out of the storm.
World Net Daily reports that
this year's winter program included decorating classrooms with Santa Claus, Kwanzaa symbols, menorahs and Labafana, a mythical witch that's a part of traditional Christmas celebrations in Italy.
Ok. We can have an Italian Christmas Witch, but not a manger scene? Not the REAL Silent Night?! Can you say, blatant prejudice?!?!
I've never understood this hatred of our country's heritage. If I lived in China, or Tibet, or India, I would expect schools and businesses to reflect the country's majority religious holy days. As a Christian, I wouldn't be offended and I certainly wouldn't necessarily expect the country to make sure that Christian symbolism abounded along with their own religions'.
But we here in America are a "free" country with "freedom of religion". Apparently that no longer includes Christianity, though. That nasty, narrow minded religion that has only produced the most beautiful works of music and art in the last 2 centuries...