Catholic League On The War On Christmas
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From the Catholic League's War On Christmas coverage:

The last one is pretty funny:

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the most novel assault on Christmas thus far this year: Residents of Howard County, Indiana, were hoping to see a manger scene on the county courthouse lawn this Christmas season. Instead, they got a lighted display of the Loch Ness Monster and other animals. From the pictures we’ve seen, we like the big whale the best. Commissioner Tyler Moore defends this exercise in censorship by explaining, ”If we put the religious or Christmas decorations up, we’d be offending a whole other group of citizens and taxpayers.”

Donohue suggests you email Tyler Moore, which saves me looking it up for a change. All those "email him" links you see on, allowing you to click a link and protest directly to a newsmaker, are part of the service, and when I say "part of the service" what I mean is, that's what your donations pay for here, that you don't get from Time Magazine or the New York Times, so PLEASE SEND MONEY so we can continue doing it.

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