Probably seeking more TV appearances and speaking gigs, Sarah Palin has decided to enter the overcrowded “war on Christmas” market sector with a new book. Like all the other screeds on the subject, Palin’s version – “Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas” – takes up arms against a cast of alleged scoundrels frequently denounced by conservative talking heads.
Is Palin sick of the commercialization that has wrenched the season from its roots? Is she tired of Christmas sales that start before Thanksgiving? Has she had it with the bickering over parking spaces and shoving to get the most popular toy that inevitably accompany shopping at this time of year?
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