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America was born as an experiment in free worship. Of course, it was harder said than done, like most things of any worth. For a season, it lived here, in fact, it thrived for a brief season. Now, it is being threatened like never before, but maybe it will turn into a remarkable positive! For the past several years, local politicians have fought the seasonal expressions of faith in public spheres, but this year, some fought back. This year, some said, No – MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!! Happy Chanukkah!!!!

Will this rising tide of Restoration continue to rise as we approach, perhaps, the most vital, most precarious General Election in the history of our nation next November? I think it will. I think the longer President Obama ignores the will of a great number of Americans, and not only ignores them (us), but disrespects our voice … The longer he disrespects our voice, the LOUDER WE WILL SHOUT … The more VEHEMENT will our cries become, our blogs, our articles. We are just starting to find our voice.

Our Founders Were Forthright About Faith

By Mark Alexander · Thursday, December 22, 2011

America’s Christian Heritage v Season’s PC
“The Commander in Chief directs that divine Service be performed every Sunday at 11 oClock in those Brigades to which there are Chaplains; those which have none to attend the places of worship nearest to them. It is expected that Officers of all Ranks will by their attendance set an Example to their men. While we are zealously performing the duties of good Citizens and soldiers we certainly ought not to be inattentive to the higher duties of Religion. To the distinguished Character of Patriot, it should be our highest Glory to add the more distinguished Character of Christian. The signal Instances of providential Goodness which we have experienced and which have now almost crowned our labours with complete Success, demand from us in a peculiar manner the warmest returns of Gratitude and Piety to the Supreme Author of all Good.” –George Washington, General Orders, (May 2nd, 1778)

“Each year, our family observes with due respect and reverence six national historic days of recognition: Patriots Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Constitution Day, Veterans Day and Thanksgiving.

“However, the most hallowed religious observance for our family — that with the most deeply rooted traditions, is Christmas. It is not a commercial feeding frenzy for us, but a quiet and reverent time of rest and celebration of the birth of Christ, punctuated by extended family festivities.

“Unfortunately there is a perennial societal tension now associated with Christmas. If not for its dire implications for the future of Liberty, the seasonal contortions over “non-offensive greetings” would be humorous. The Left insists the word “Christmas” violates the phony “Wall of Separation” doctrine if a government employee deigns to utter it within earshot, and that it is too ethnocentric for corporate use.

“Some years ago, The Patriot Post coined the greeting “Happy Christmahanakwamadan.” We did so in response to the fashionable PC crowd’s ludicrous demands for “inclusive faith neutral” greetings. We also published our legal department disclaimer outlining the terms of acceptance for the greeting as a counterpoint to retailers vying for your business who have instituted policies discouraging or outright prohibiting any mention of “Christmas.” We do not challenge private sector employer’s right to dictate corporate policies on such matters.” … READ MORE

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