It’s that time of year again when our PD Staff embraces our winter holiday traditions.
We order an extra cheesy pizza and watch Home Alone, decorate our right-side up tree while Christmas Vacation plays in the background, and finally, we do our yearly reread of the Brian Sack and Jack Helmuth classic, The United States vs. Santa Claus: The Untold Story of the Actual War on Christmas.
Yes, we considered picking a fresh title for this month’s PD Book Club pick, but with the current site migration, the renewed desire to be less depressing, and also given the fact everyone was pitching one holocaust tome after another, our making The United States vs. Santa Claus: The Untold Story of the Actual War on Christmas an official PD tradition just seemed the way to go.
We first read this one back in 2013, but as we said last year, The United States vs. Santa Claus: The Untold Story of the Actual War on Christmas is a tale that comes across as timeless.
Great lines run up against Big Government, with a number of laughs and a few moments that leave one feeling, “Uh…this is too close to home.”