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Saturn, Santa And The Sabbath

We almost missed this Pop III update from Sir Patrick Mack. Would have made more sense to present it a week ago, but having always followed In Pursuit of Truth, we’re not going to wait a full year to bring it to you.

Here, we’re introduced to Saturnalia and the winter solstice, as well as the paganism wrapped into the Christmas season.

The video later focuses on the rise of Communism in Russia, and the attacks against the Emperor.




Favorite Covid Christmas Carols

Celebrate the season with these classic Covid Christmas Carols! All in one place. More from the Babylon Bee.

World Would Be Taxed

Where there’s fear, there’s no faith. Perseverance is the key. If the New World Order gets its way, the entire world would be taxed. Sound familiar? More from And We Know, wishing us all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.




Yep, That Was Me 15 Years Ago!

Mark Dice looks back at his start as The Resistance. He’s been polling Americans on nonsensical topics for 15 years now. Quite a long haul! But he’s still wishing everyone a Merry Christmas!




 

It Looks Like Genocide

A holiday tune from Spacebusters.




 

Trump Triples Down On Vax

Former President Donald Trump is still pushing the vaccines, although making clear he would not require Americans to take the shots, as Joe Biden is trying to do. Greg Hunter on USAWatchdog wonders if that’s enough to support Trump or whether it’s time the former president admits he made a mistake in supporting the vax. After all, these Covid shots are generating far more deaths and injuries than any previous vaccines. Hunter offers his thoughts on the sorry situation, while also washing all of us a Merry Christmas.




A Very C*VID Christmas

To paraphrase William Shakespeare, “we must fight cringe with cringe.” Here, Lauren Southern takes up the challenge with her her ode to Christmas and Saint Nick.




Xmas Shoplifting In California

As California politicians and lawmakers have decriminalized crime, Christmas is more affordable than ever. Stealing items under a $950 value means you don’t get prosecuted. And that means you get to take more to give more gifts. And that’s the Christmas spirit. Merry Christmas! More from AwakenwithJP.




Monkees’ Christmas Show

Hey kids (of all ages), it’s Saturday Morning Cartoon time again! Christmas-style, even!

Okay… The MONKEES aren’t technically a cartoon, but they’re about as close as live action can be, and they were rerun in the network Saturday Morning block way back when. And since we just lost Michael Nesmith, I thought we’d slip them in as a Christmas entry.

Y’see children, back in the ’60s, the most successful band of all time, the BEATLES, exploded onto popular culture, dominating the music charts, filling stadiums at concerts, and making some weird movies… So naturally, TV producers got the idea of creating a knock-off group to be featured in a sitcom. Hired four actors to play the band members on screen, planned to have them ape performances over music recorded by professional musicians. But the boys actually gelled as a group, had substantially more talent than expected, and released a bunch of hit songs in the real world. Many of which are still popular today.

The sitcom… If you can call it that… Was a glorious mess. Full of 4th Wall breaking utter nonsense and plain goofing-off. This particular episode features none other than Butch Patrick (Eddie from the MUNSTERS) as a joyless rich kid the band has to get into the holiday spirit.

Instead of their usual pop-rock video segments, the episode finishes with an impressive, uncut performance of a very old, archaic Spanish carol “Ríu Chíu”. Then the whole production crew comes onscreen in lieu of the usual closing credit screens.

Now somebody check on CIRCUS BOY… He’s the only Monkee we’ve got left!!! From 1967. More from the OldHorseman.




How To Ruin Family Gatherings

Pull out this game at any family gathering and it’s a 100% guarantee that it will end in a fight. You’re welcome. More from Ryan Long.

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