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Funny story: Sarah Palin Plans Winter Hibernation With A Pack of Wild Grizzly Bears

Sarah Palin Plans Winter Hibernation With A Pack of Wild Grizzly Bears

WASILLA, Alaska --- With the start of 2014 bringing below zero temperatures, Sarah Palin announced this morning that she will protest against America's War on Christmas by hibernating for the winter with a pack of wild grizzly bears. Shortly af...
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Funny story: Bill O'Reilly Comes To Blows Over War On Christmas

Bill O'Reilly Comes To Blows Over War On Christmas

WASHINGTON -- For years, Fox News host Bill O'Reilly has been trying to save Christmas from all the pinheads who want to destroy the country by wishing people "Happy holidays." He has called the greeting "insulting to Christian America" and bemoaned...
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Funny story: FOX News, the Christian Coalition Declare a December Offensive in the War Against Christmas

FOX News, the Christian Coalition Declare a December Offensive in the War Against Christmas

Bret Baier today grimly announced on FOX News that his network, aligned with the Christian Coalition, will launch a winter offensive in the third week of December in the ongoing War Against Christmas. Said Lt. General "Shep" Smith, who was being i...
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Funny story: You'd better watch out - Santa's packing heat!

You'd better watch out - Santa's packing heat!

The War on Christmas took a bizarre new twist when Santa Claus turned up heavily armed at a gun club in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Monday. "I'm sick of being the nice guy, the soft touch," Santa declared. From now on, if you're naughty, forget coal -...
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Banks will close even earlier on Shortest Day

Banks already close too early for most people's convenience. They will close at 11 am, on the shortest day, this year 'because we can 'says Exec.
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