Politics and Christmas Past

By Craig Andresen – The National Patriot and Right Side Patriots on americanpbn.com

chr 1It is difficult to escape the political undertow in today’s world. Politics is in play in everything we do, from our daily routines to events half way around the world. Our schools, our streets and roads…regulations imposed on everything from our businesses to the water we drink…wars, conflicts, diplomatic relations with nations both friend and foe…we can’t get up in the morning, proceed with our daily business or go to bed at night without political interference.

This time of the year, we do our best to ignore, to whatever extent possible, the world of politics in favor of time-honored traditions that revolve around Christmas or Chanukah, but we should not forget the role of politics IN Christmas…the first Christmas to be precise.

Just as the death of Jesus on the cross was politically motivated, so too was his birth.

While the scriptures reveal that Joseph and Mary traveled to Bethlehem to pay their taxes, the truth goes politically deeper than that.

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Friday Fume

Well my friends…Here we are, staring a brand new year square in the face.

What a year it’s been huh?

52 weeks…52 Fridays…

52 FUMES!!!!!

Since we all made it through the Mayan end of the world, ate far too much between Thanksgiving and Christmas and are now facing the fiscal cliff, higher taxes and more government intrusion into our lives and homes…

We have a couple of choices.

We can either let the pressure build up until we explode or…

We can take a few minutes at the end of the week to let off a little steam and laugh at the socialist idiots.

I choose the latter.

It’s Friday Patriots and…

I’m fuming.

New Year’s Eve just won’t be the same in Brasstown North Carolina this year.

For the past 19 years, the folks there have celebrated by…

LOWERING a ‘POSSUM in a cage from the top of a building and then…SETTING IT FREE IN THE WOODS.

Not any more.

PETA sued them for animal cruelty and put an end to the fun.

So…This year…event organizer, Clay Logan, the owner of Clay’s Corner Store,  says they’re working on a plan.

It could well employ…

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