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Sarah Palin ends her new book, Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas, with a collection of family recipes—starting with Christmoose Chili. They are the capstone of a 200-page journey through Palin’s vision of the “war on Christmas” that ranges from Constitutional law to culture wars, from fact to fantasy, from Bristol to bear skulls.
One could say her latest offering from HarperCollins covers more ground than a bald eagle skimming the shores of Wasilla Lake. But if the book were broken down into a recipe, these would be some of the main ingredients:
1 lb. evidence that there is a war on Christmas: Palin recounts news stories from recent years—such as a North Carolina college temporarily banning students from selling “Christmas” trees—to mount evidence that there are Americans trying to “destroy” the holiday. She generally refers to her foes as “secular leftists” and waffles…
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