The John Gibson Book
Four years ago, John Gibson wrote a book detailing “How the Liberal Plot to Ban the Sacred Christian Holiday Is Worse Than You Thought,” as his subtitle puts it.
As the book’s official description says,
In the United States of America, a nation overwhelmingly Christian, literally any sign of Christmas in public can now lead to complaints, litigation, angry protests, threats, and bruised feelings. Every year the limitations get tighter and tighter and spread to more and more communities, far from the big liberal cities. And as Fox News Channel’s John Gibson reveals in this shocking exposé, it’s not happening by accident.
Secular liberals say they’re just protecting the constitutional rights of non-Christians who don’t want to see or hear about Christmas. But what about the constitutional rights of millions of Americans who simply want to celebrate their traditional holiday—without insulting anyone else but also without having to hide behind closed doors?
Gibson unveils the coordinated work of American Civil Liberties Union lawyers, professional atheists, and Christian haters who have taken the war on Christmas to your front door.
The War on Christmas is heating up, maybe in your own town. Don’t let it catch you unprepared.
The book received many accolades:
“Mr. Gibson deserves great credit for calling attention to a growing problem.”
—Michael J. Gaynor, Theconservativevoice.com
“John Gibson, gutsy anchor of Fox News’ The Big Story, is to be commended for titling his latest book The War on Christmas, for as Gibson shows, the attempt by certain groups to prohibit Christmas displays is not simply an academic difference . . . but a desire by anti- Christians, to stamp out of society any reference to Christmas.”
—Rabbi Aryeh Spero, Human Events Online
“Gibson’s book is an interesting read for all of us who are concerned that our rights to practice our faith in daily life are being eroded to such an extent that we must hide behind closed doors to celebrate a traditional holiday.”
Pretty much everything the author says still applies today. Check it out… it’s available here at amazon.com.