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Christmas at CNN

I'm continually struck by the growing popularity of the word holiday to describe the pagan commercial celebration that stretches from the day after Halloween until the new year. So imagine my surprise when I read an article at CNN.com that used the "C" word not once, not twice, but three times compared to a lone holiday reference.

But lest any seculartist pagan holiday proponents lose their holiday cheer, l must report that a quick Google news search reveals the word "holiday" has triumphed over "Christmas" 11,500 times in news stories over the last 30 days.


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