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    I just finished reading this about an hour ago. It's a short read, but it is pretty good. Sarah did write this with the help of Nancy French, who also helped Bristol with her memoir. Even so, Sarah's voice shines through. She uses her folksy sayings and I can easily imagine Sarah actually reading it all out to me, so kudos to both Sarah and Nancy. The subject matter is obviously timely, as the secular left works harder and harder to scrub every reference to Christmas out of the public square (and at times, elevate other holidays such as Hanukkah and the fake Kwanzaa crap). Sarah writes these funny little stories to illustrate just exactly what they've done over the years, using actual events, and it makes these atheist activists look incredibly petty. Sarah also punctuates each chapter with Christmas anecdotes from her own family life. The dictionary one was pretty funny, and I can identify with that, both as a gift recipient and a gift giver (I've never been good at giving gifts). Oh, and for those Ann Coulter/Charles Krauthammer "conservatives" who keep insisting that she doesn't "know stuff" and that she doesn't "put forth any solutions" you will be happy to know that not only is it fairly well researched, she also gives public officials advice on how to handle complaints from atheists and how to have Christmas displays that are truly inclusive, as opposed to the childish and mean-spirited displays that atheists usually put on display. Of course, leftists won't like it because they hate her guts and think she's the dumbest person to have ever lived, blah blah blah. They'll trot out the usual garbage - she's dumb, she can't read, she didn't write it herself (kinda-sorta true because she did have help from Nancy French, but I believe that she wrote most of it, and Nancy probably helped her organize everything into a coherent narrative), that she's paranoid, that she's a bigot, that she hates atheists, that she's pushing her religion on everyone, etc. Basically, every single stupid bullshit insult these leftists have pulled out of their flabby asses for the past five years. So no, if you are a liberal who fantasizes about Sarah being mauled by a bear, you won't like this book.
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    I liked the book. Christians are having a bad time. We need to stand our ground for our beliefs.
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    Good Tidings and Great Joy..Protecti

    A great reminder of what Christmas really means. A must read for all Christians!
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