CHRISTMAS SHOULD BE A NATIONAL HOLIDAY: This is what I mean by “christmas rock.”
It’s a word that should be used by people who are in the business of getting their hands dirty, not to make a political statement.
But this time around, the New York Times seems to be leaning in that direction.
In an editorial that makes a lot of sense, the Times argues that it’s time to celebrate Christmas, not because it’s the most fun time of the year, but because it brings the “social and economic stability” it seeks to provide.
I know it’s hard to believe, but I just read a New York City Times editorial last year.
And I can tell you right now that if you look at the numbers, the city that has the highest number of people who don’t have health insurance, who don, in fact, lack any coverage, is New York.
The city that spends the most on its public school system and spends the least on its mental health system is New Zealand.
And the city with the most public health investment in the entire country, and with the highest proportion of kids living in poverty, is San Francisco.
So, that’s why it’s a holiday.
And if you are celebrating Christmas this year, then I encourage you to make sure that your holiday celebration is inclusive and inclusive of everyone.
Because there are plenty of ways to celebrate this holiday in your home and in your community.
If you are an American, celebrate Christmas in your own way.
If that’s something you enjoy, do it.
And don’t feel like you have to do anything.
It’s up to you.
It does matter.
If it’s something that you don’t enjoy doing, that you feel like, you know, it’s OK.
It is important.
The Times editorial is not the first to call for this, but it does seem to be a major push by the Times.
A lot of people are taking it, even though the editorial is hardly a call for a national day of celebration.
But what makes this piece so important is that it is one of the first times I’ve seen an editorial in the Times editorial section calling for a day of celebrating Christmas.
And that means a lot.