Most conservatives and liberals enjoy Christmas enough to just have a good time, though every once in awhile you get a Scrooge who refuses to fathom the reason of the season and badmouths the holiday and those who celebrate it. Salon’s politics writer Amanda Marcotte doubled down on her hatred for Christmas by calling those who celebrate it hypocrites who mean “fuck you” when they say “Merry Christmas.”

 


On Morning Joe, Rick Tyler says the Christianity Today editorial critical of President Trump overturned the tables of "the money changers" in the temple. He adds that evangelicals who support Trump are telling others that "Christianity is sort of a farce. That it's not real. That it's not true." Rev. Al Sharpton approvingly added that the message of the editorial is that Trump-supporting evangelicals "would sell Jesus out if they thought they could get something from it."



Showtime’s The L Word: Generation Q is a weekly left-wing propaganda lecture with nudity thrown-in. It is the sort of show Shonda Rhimes would create if she did not have the restrictions of network television. This week, just in time for Christmas, the show threw in dialogue comparing a lesbian minister’s relationship with Jesus to an open sexual one.



Christian radio host Eric Metaxas took on a big job when he agreed to try to explain to CNN's Chris Cuomo on Friday night why an evangelical Christian or a Catholic would vote for Donald Trump and not somehow be a terrible Christian. It was fun when Metaxas pointed out Cuomo's "Catholic" brother Andrew legalized third-trimester abortions in New York. 



New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof continued his peculiar tradition of devoting columns approaching religious holidays to asking various religious figures if one really had to believe in the Virgin Birth or the Resurrection to be considered a Christian. The latest entry came Sunday, three days before Christmas. He spoke to evangelist author Philip Yancey for “Was Mary a Virgin? Does it Matter?” His opening question: "Merry Christmas! And let me start by asking about that first Christmas. Do you believe in the Virgin Birth? Doesn’t that seem like one of those tall tales that people tell to exaggerate an event’s significance?"



Here are several questions for biologists and medical professionals: If a person is found to have XY chromosomes (heterogametic sex), does a designation as female on his birth certificate, driver's license or Social Security card override the chromosomal evidence? Similarly, if a person is found to have XX chromosomes (homogametic) does a designation as male on her birth certificate, driver's license or Social Security card override the chromosomal evidence?



Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch drove social media lefties into a frenzy on Tuesday all because of a little innocuous season's greetings on the Fox News Channel. The Trump nominated Supreme Court Justice wished the cable news network a “Merry Christmas” and inclusivity-obsessed progressives flipped their collective wig, accusing the statement of being a talking point of the GOP.”

 


Michelle Wolf has been trying to claw her way back to notoriety since attacking former U.S. Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders at the 2018 White House Correspondents Dinner. Now she’s got a new weapons grade joke designed to trigger conservatives, and well, we’ll give her credit. Combining blasphemy and abortion, Wolf joked that her own procedure made her feel so “powerful” that she “felt like God.”



Merry Christmas from Family Guy, where you can reflect on the Christmas spirit with an episode of…an underage Meg orgasming on Santa’s lap?



The Christmas season is in full swing which means it’s time for shows to insult and denigrate Christianity as a gimmick. CBS’s Evil does its part by introducing the classic scenario of a priest having sex against his studies. Heaven forbid a priest can be a main character without turning to sex.



Netflix, the far-left’s cultural enrichment center, has decided to provide a grotesque riff on the life of Jesus Christ for the sake of “comedy.” Partnered with Brazilian producers, the streaming giant produced a comedy film about a homosexual Jesus going home for the holidays and introducing the rest of the Holy Family to his new boyfriend.



I know it’s South Park and nothing’s sacred, but come on! Did they really have to have Santa AND Jesus snorting cocaine in their season finale Christmas episode? On Wednesday’s “Christmas Snow” episode, South Park had too many drunk driving crashes so Santa got a county ordinance to stop all liquor sales until January 2.