Nashville Billboard Reminds Us That In Trump’s America We Love Our Troops And Our President…

Despite hundreds of billions of dollars in accumulated anti-Trump media attacking the Trump White House for the last two years, President Trump remains extraordinarily popular among tens of millions of patriotic American voters. The reason is simple. Donald Trump, for all his supposed flaws, loves his country and its people. That’s it, and for so many who suffered eight years of a former president who despised all things American, that’s all it ever needed to be…

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THIS IS A STORY OF A TIME WHEN FAMILY MEANT EVERYTHING, WHEN THE BOND BETWEEN BROTHERS WAS UNBREAKABLE, AND THE DESIRE FOR TRUE FREEDOM, UNSTOPPABLE.

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Muslim Imam Claims that Saying “Merry Christmas” is Worse than Murder

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Think you can coexist with the Muslim community? Then you probably haven’t heard what this western Islamic religious leader has to say about the horror that is… saying “Merry Christmas.”

Yes, according to this Muslim, saying Merry Christmas is worse than murder (which, by the way, means Muslims killing other Muslims because killing an infidel like you or me ain’t no big deal).

In fact, he says that saying Merry Christmas “is worse than fornication and drinking alcohol and killing someone, because you are approving of the biggest crime ever committed by the children of Adam’s sin.”

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Say Merry Christmas and Mean it: 1st Amendment and Christian Traditions

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Two of the most familiar and most sacred of Christian holidays are the celebrations of Christmas and Easter. Christmas is celebrated on December 25 each year by billions around the world to commemorate the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  Easter is celebrated in the spring and denotes the death and resurrection of Christ.  If Christmas is such a holy celebration, then why has Christmas become a time in which many Christians are uncomfortable with the custom of saying Merry Christmas?

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