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Origins of Christmas traditions - Presidential Christmas messages!

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Hr1   Talking origins of #holiday traditions. Do you know how Santa Claus & Christmas Trees become part of our celebrations?

Jessie Watters does a Christmas quiz. Did everyone pass?

Hr2   Should government leaders participate in Christmas in an official capacity? President Franklin Roosevelt (FDR) said quite a bit about Christmas in an address. Throwing that "separation of church and state" right out the window!

Oh... and then President John Kennedy (JFK) and President Ronald Reagan did too! So weird?! Not.

They even mentioned Jesus, acknowledging that His birth is the reason for Christmas. But not President Obama.

Since when did talking about peace on Earth, goodwill toward men become so controversial that it must be silenced?!

Parents take issue with "Charlie Brown Christmas" play dropping out the scripture portion of the show. After all, it's the answer to Charlie Brown's question throughout the whole show. So they took matters into their own hands...

Hr3  Students and teachers at a high school in Indiana outsmarted angry atheists and liberals after losing a lawsuit over its long-running tradition of holding a “Christmas Spectacular” every holiday season, including a live nativity scene as part of the performance. What did they do? Well it's not "live" anymore. But it's still a nativity. BOOM!

Students sign petition to ban racist song "White Christmas." Did they EVER actually hear the song? Oh, and Rudolph has a disability. Who knew?!

Man on the street, Mark Dice asks people, is the presidency a "man's job"?

He also asks, what to Muslims think of Jesus?

why was Hillary late coming onto the debate stage the other night?

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