Happy Winter Solstice

FFRF's Winter Solstice signs have been erected around the country, one of which was vandalized in Olympia, Washington. Our full-page New York Times ad ran today, during a time when more Americans consider "Christmas" to be a purely secular holiday. After FFRF Legal Fellow Colin McNamara tells us about religious instruction in Wisconsin prisons, we listen to a number of irreverent and moving songs about the Winter Solstice, including Tom Lehrer's "Christmas Carol," "Blah Blah Bethlehem," Ken Lohnquist's "Isthmus Tree," "Merry Frickin Christmas," and Tim Minchin's "White Wine in the Sun."

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