Santa averts Christmas Eve work stoppage.

    Santa has apparently averted a reindeer strike that would have threatened gift delivery on Christmas Eve. Rudolph, Comet and Blitzen threatened the strike and appointed Donner as negotiator on their behalf. Once Donner presented the demands that he said justified the strike, Santa immediately broke off negotiations and flew (by commercial airline) to Muleshoe, Texas. While in Muleshoe, he will recruit and train a team | Read More »

    CONAD, NORAD, Santa, and Scrooges

    I’ve seen a few Facebook and several Twitter posts that sound a great deal like Scrooge. “Christmas! A fine excuse for NORAD to pick the taxpayer’s pocket every 25th of December!” from the childless who have apparently lost their inner child, and a few rueful remarks from parents who are suffering through the throes of their kid clicking Refresh every couple of minutes to see where Santa is RIGHT NOW! But the rueful parents will smile at the memory, as will their kids in later years.

    As for the Scrooges: Get over yourselves.

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    Greening Up Santa’s Sleigh

    Via Red County, the below video ponders what will happen when the California Air Resources Board finds out about Santa: . Of course, it won’t really matter anyway. He’ll be banned before he hits the first chimney. Santa is clearly using toys to entice children to consume unhealthy items like candy canes and hot chocolate and joy. And if there’s one thing California’s meddling democrat | Read More »

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    Greening Up Santa’s Sleigh

    Via Red County, the below video ponders what will happen when the California Air Resources Board finds out about Santa: . Of course, it won’t really matter anyway. He’ll be banned before he hits the first chimney. Santa is clearly using toys to entice children to consume unhealthy items like candy canes and hot chocolate and joy. And if there’s one thing California’s meddling democrat | Read More »

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    A Yuletide Target of Michelle Obama’s War On Obesity?

    Why the heck not?!? Even though it’s not illegal actors can’t smoke on screen anymore without someone having a fit. How could something like this not be next? Hey! We could finally recognize Santa as a threat to national security! How progressive! Crossposted

    How to Accept a Poorly Wrapped Present

    If it has been a while since you were a child waiting for Christmas morning, or whatever time of day the parental green light was given for the opening of presents, you may be a little out of touch with the true magnitude of this event. For most kids, Christmas is a magical time of both gift giving and gift receiving. This holiday event has | Read More »

    Some Coal for Their Stockings

    It has been a particularly potent strategy when dissidents have used object lessons to deliver their point.  The dumping of tea into the Boston Harbor, sitting at lunch counters where they weren’t welcome, and candle light vigils for fallen heroes have demonstrated the power of symbols over simple, verbal speech.  We have yet to begin really mounting symbolic demonstrative speech and we are consistantly ignored.  | Read More »

    Santa Evacuated from North Pole

    Please forward this to your friends who care.  Merry Christmas!    Santa Evacuated from North Pole! Read full details at http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=84508 Here are excerpts: Evacuation operations continue at the North Pole, as Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, their reindeer and an estimated 5,000 elves are being relocated due to global warming to a secure but undisclosed location. * * * * * “The only way to | Read More »

    Obama Who

    He’s a mirage, a bad Santa in a fancy suit who intends to play Robin Hood; he will stoop low enough to insure that the “Rules of Radicals” (under a disguise) will be taught in your schools. Community service is great, but parents not Obama should decided if community service is a good fit for their children. He truly thinks he’s some kind of God | Read More »

    The Washington Times: Today’s Headlines — Oct. 22, 2008

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/22/mccain-trails-in-states-that-backed-bush/ McCain trails in states that backed BushRepublican gains ground on key poll questions http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/22/new-president-inherits-afghan-crisis/ New president to inherit Afghan crisisResurgent Taliban takes toll on NATO, U.S. troops http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/22/safe-seats-change-lawmakers-to-donors/ EXCLUSIVE: Lawmakers in safe seats raise huge sumsAiding peers pays dividends http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/22/175-an-hour-santa-sues-to-get-job-back/ $175-an-hour Santa sues to keep job http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/22/for-french-chief-of-imf-its-viva-la-difference-ove/ At IMF, viva la difference? http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/22/administration-urges-time-for-bailout-to-work/ Administration urges patience on bailoutBacks off second stimulus bill http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2008/oct/22/ex-stadium-chief-feared-omalleys-retribution/ Ex-stadium | Read More »