‘Frosty the Snowman’ is the story of a self-absorbed nitwit who kidnaps an impressionable young girl and brings her to the deadliest terrain on earth.
To us, Santa Claus was both a historical figure and an imaginary character. We should all embrace the joy of Santa this way, not as our annual chimney sweep.
Learn to be the king of wrap. There is none higher. Sucker present-wrappers will call you sire.
It’s tough to get a grip on the real issues when we’re pouring our energy into arguing about fake ones, like the bogus ‘black Santa’ controversy.
Kristen Soltis Anderson and Mary Katharine Ham talk crazy Christmas traditions and the joy of bad movies on The Federalist Radio Hour.
You better not pout, you better not cry. You better not pout, I’m telling you why: Santa Claus is gunning you down.
This Christmas I’m going to ask for Santa’s Private Reserve Ale from Rogue Brewing Company. It’s a great pairing for your Christmas roast, and the inevitable late-night wrapping.
Modern pop culture has turned Santa into a figure almost completely removed from his origins, and it’s time to go back to the beginning and remember the real Saint Nick.
The Santa Claus myth, far from destroying children’s faith, has a lot to teach us all about faith and perception.
Here’s how Bishop Nicholas of Myra became Santa Claus and the real reasons to celebrate him.
St. Nicholas brings children joy. And when we adults play Santa Claus, we emulate his giving spirit.
Christmas doesn’t have to be stressful. Here are a few ways to focus on what’s important and remember the reason for the season.
Everyone loves Santa Claus. Well, except for these bizarre people who grew up in families without him.
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