Monthly Archives: December 2014

Christmas versus Xmas: A Political Reading | James Petras

Global Research, December 24, 2014 28 December 2013 The transformation of Christmas from a story about a migrant working-class family fleeing state persecution, in the search for a safe haven and receiving support and solidarity to the biggest capitalist commercial … Continue reading

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From Pagan Spirituality to Christian Consumerism by RUEL F. PEPA

(Counterpunch, December 23, 2014) Winter Solstice   Solstice: the sun stands still. In temperate countries of the northern and southern hemispheres, every year there are two: summer and winter. The northern hemisphere’s summer solstice, which occurs on a day in … Continue reading

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