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Why are Americans afraid to say "Merry Christmas" in America in 2013?
What is the Meaning of Christmas?
What is the Meaning of Christmas in America in 2013?
American Values.....Black Friday more Important than Giving Thanks?
American Values.....Football Game more Important than Giving Thanks?
Is there a "War on Christmas" in America?
What does Christmas in America say about America?
Faith in Washington DC? NO!
Faith in Elected Public Servants? NO!
Merry Christmas! We celebrate this fabulous holiday with Pastor Timothy Henderson. Folks, I personally believe Christmas is for everyone. You don't have to be Christian to appreciate Christmas. It is a fabulous and FUN holiday that we can all enjoy. Fa la la la la...
Pastor Henderson talks about the significance of Christmas and provides interesting facts about this amazing holiday. The Pastor will cover how Christmas is celebrated by various cultures and countries around the world.
Interesting to note is the historical aspects of Christmas and the relevance of Traditional icons pertaining to or related to Christmas such as Santa, Yuletide Logs, Eggnog, etc.
This is the time for family, friends, food, festivities and FUN.
I'm stopping by today to wish all of you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I'll see you all on January 7th.
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STEVIE MACK RADIO - Merry Christmas 2013
Mon -Thu 10pm (PST)
Stevie Mack (Actor/Comedian) is the writer and host of this award winning comedy talk show. When it comes to news, current events and pop culture, he will flip it up, slap it and rub it down!
Call in 646-716-6113
We have a new season of Sawyerr Speaks with a modified name, new co-host Chinyere Anokwute, and some new poetry from 17-year old spoken word phenom, Hannah Sawyerr.
On our pre-Christmas show, Chinyere and Hannah hit the topics of gossip and bullying. Both of the girls share some of their persaonl experiences in dealing with both.
We also have a special Christmas poem from Hannah that she pulled out of the archives for everyone to hear.
To reach Hannah Sawyerr about the show, her e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We are spending Christmas day with you!
Eighteen active-duty service members there protested nativity scenes and "Merry Christmas" banners in two base cafeterias. Because they were too afraid to speak directly to their higher-ups, fearing retribution because of the base’s “religious climate,” they went to the Military Religious Freedom Foundation.
The nativity scenes have since been moved to the courtyard of the base chapel. Apparently, the displays were set up by foreign contractors who manage the two dining facilities and were "not intended to endorse any religion," a spokeswoman for the commander of the base said in response to the MRFF.