There are no words to describe this other than WOW! May the Light of Jesus shine on you throughout this beautiful Christmas season! Jesus Is The Reason For The Season!
The slaughter of 7 people in the Dallas, Texas suburb of Grapevine on Christmas Day appears to be a case of an “honor killing” and suicide by a Muslim father angry that his 19 year old daughter was dating a non-muslim young man. According to reports in the Dallas Morning News, the father, Aziz Yazdanpanah didn’t […]
When I was a teenager my stepmother decided we should start celebrating Kwanzaa. My sister was just a toddler at the time, and step-mom was sincerely concerned for her cultural identity. Though we lived in the “chocolate city” of Washington D.C., we were growing up in a multi-cultural lifestyle. I was from Canada and my […]
Don’t you dare say “Merry Christmas” or someone might get offended! Don’t wave that American flag! Foreigners might get offended. Change the school mascot from the Redskins to something else or Native Americans might get teed off. Burn the Confederate flag, or African-Americans will get stirred up (yet the Civil War was not primarily over […]
Three years ago on Christmas Day I made a pilgrimage to Israel and Egypt to visit the Holy Land. It was a vacation that touched me deeply which I will never forget. It was after my 15-month deployment to Iraq. I had extra money in my pocket from the deployment, all that tax free cash. […]
Back in the day, Grandma only had to worry about getting run over by a reindeer. These days, it’s a whole different story!
The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) has started its annual countdown to the well known Santa Tracker – a web application that tracks Santa Clause as he traverses the earth delivering presents to deserving children and lumps of coal to those that made the naughty list. This year, NORAD is going mobile. Android and iPhone […]
Most Will Close at Noon WASHINGTON, Dec. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — All Post Offices nationwide will be openChristmas Eve, Saturday, Dec. 24, and New Year’s Eve, Saturday, Dec. 31. Most will have shortened retail lobby hours and will close at noon. Mail delivery for Dec. 24 and Dec. 31 will be the same as any other Saturday. Each Post Office will post its revised hours of […]
December 20, 2011: Tonight on a very special Christmas episode of the Dark Side, little Penelope finds the true meaning of Christmas for her whole family when she invites a homeless women to spend the holidays in their home; and brother Timmy finally learns that it is truly better to give than to receive….or not. […]
December 18, 2011 : Tonight on the Dark Side we’ll talk about…..oh heck, folks. I’ve been to three Christmas parties so far this week. You decide…call in or log in to the chat room and tell me what you want to talk about. It’ll be an open line Sunday brought to you by scotch and […]
More men than women to delay holiday shopping until January 2012 LOS ANGELES, Dec. 12, 2011 — Following a blowout Black Friday/Cyber Monday shopping weekend, many consumers will continue to hit the stores through the final days leading up to Christmas, according to survey data from PriceGrabber®, a part of Experian. Results from PriceGrabber’s fourth winter […]