Blonde Sense shows us how real Christains turn the other sheep:
"As Christians, it is essential to remain cognizant of the seemingly illogical fact that even though we constitute the vast preponderance of Americans, we are constantly the object of cruel persecution by the majority of our fellow citizens. And during the Christmas season this insidious anti-Christian harassment most often takes the creatively sneaky form of politeness by strangers.
The Big Brass Blog gives Dr Suess French lessons:
Think of all the metaphorical American wars you've heard of: the War on Christmas, the Culture War, the War on Drugs, the War on Poverty, the War on Pornography, the Campus Wars, the Gender Wars, the Cola Wars. Those were just the ones that came to mind without searching my memory. Every time the USA wants to talk about a national effort, a cultural phenomenon, or even a corporate rivalry, it immediately reaches for the war metaphor. During the Bush era, this trend has reached both the sublime and the ridiculous: the entirety of global politics has been re-imagined as a war against an emotion -- terror -- and the essence of domestic politics has been recast this December as the struggle between the Grinch and Cindy-Lou Who.