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"Christmas" makes a comeback in public spaces

To some long distressed by the secularization of the holiday - and particularly by the disappearance of the word "Christmas" and its religious symbols from the public domain - there is reason for cheer in 2006.

Signs have appeared of a "return of Christmas" in the culture. Big-time retailers including Wal-Mart, Macy's, Target, and Kohl's have responded to demands to resurrect a "Merry Christmas" theme in their stores. More cities are approving the inclusion of nativity scenes in holiday displays on public property.

Full article: http://www.csmonitor.com/2006/1207/p14s01-lire.html

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(NT) It never left here - just included a menorah

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Using public resources to

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celebrate a religious event is just a bad idea. There aught to be a law against it.


Happy Holidays!

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(NT) bah humbug

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(NT) Hardly.

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