Skip to comments.Bill O'Reilly segment: Is there a growing anti-Christian bias in America? [War on Christmas]
Posted on 12/11/2012 4:19:33 PM PST by WilliamIII
Culture War Segment Is there a growing anti-Christian bias in America?
Guests: Gretchen Carlson and Jeanine Pirro
The Factor asked Culture Warriors Gretchen Carlson and Jeanine Pirro whether there is indeed a "war on Christmas." "We've always had nativity scenes and creches and menorahs," Pirro said, "but all of a sudden these things are being suppressed. Courts are saying that any identification of religion in any way is unconstitutional and a violation of the First Amendment." Carlson complained about the tyranny of the minority. "We now listen to the 1% in society that feels this way. It's usually just one complaint that changes something for the majority of people who have enjoyed it for their lifetimes." The Factor concluded, "Every day I come to work and I see attacks on Judeo-Christian traditions and I have to lead this campaign."
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The Left hates him for standing up for Christmas, that's for sure. Just do some googling and see for yourself.
On a previous BOR show, he had an atheist on. BOR kept insisting that Christianity was not a religion. I believe (can’t quite remember) that he said Christianity was a philosophy. Really?
Where does it say in the First Amendment that the government cannot acknowledge the existence of religion? I notice that they can make all kinds of exemptions for non-Christian religions, example photographs taken for drivers licenses, or clothing worn by government employees.
To the headline - well duh!
Lets not forget the War on Christmas began in 1620. The pilgrims waded ashore to “worship God as they pleased” and a key part of that was banning the observance of Christmas and fining anyone who was caught celebrating it.
Thankfully the Virginia colonies etc. were not infested with this nonsense and celebrated Christmas always.
>> BOR kept insisting that Christianity was not a religion. I believe (cant quite remember) that he said Christianity was a philosophy. Really?
He’s kinda’ right. But Christianity is really a Faith. Much bigger than religion.
>> but I give him three cheers
O’Reilly can definitely do the right thing from time to time.
Is there a anti Christian bias in America?
Gee Bill. Where the heck have you been?
Can’t make fun of Muzzies, Lezzies, Dark People or Liberals, but kick a man in the nuts or make fun of Christians and it is open season for yuks.
Well, duuuuh! Is a frog’s butt waterproof? Does a bear shizzat in the woods!?
Christianity is NOT a Philosophy,it is a Way Of Life. At the time of Christ it was not called Christianity,it was Called “The Way”.