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Merry News


This year the “Merry Christmas” salutations and farewells were more numerous than ever.  A few years ago, it seemed, even in Christian churches and among Christians, a “Merry Christmas” might be met with embarrassment or disapproval, because if a non-Christian happened to be passing by, he might feel excluded.  But this year I gave many Merry Christmases and received even more, even in the supermarket and at the newsstands, and even from clearly non-Christian folks!  This is how it should be.  It spreads holiday cheer to all.  And it shows what a little pushing back against multi-culti and PC can do.


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