What has modern American culture turned Christmas into?
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Written by Karen Dolan, the Institute for Policy Studies deadline poet, to be sung to the tune of
“Twelve Days of Christmas.”
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Retail sales are up in the top 1 percent’s plutonomy, but down in the realonomy where the other 99 percent live.
Sage, who is 11 years old, shares her thoughts on child labor and holiday shopping.
Smaller financial institutions take the time to get to know their clients.
What you call credit card debt is what some other person calls a job.
Whether you are religious or secular, make holidays a celebration of family, tradition, and values instead of unsustainable spending and materialism.
Neiman Marcus is selling decadent tents that are more opulent than the interior of that I Dream of Jeannie bottle.
Moving to the big table wouldn’t have been such a big deal if what you found when you got there was broccoli.
Surely life’s unfairness doesn’t have to be rubbed in kids’ faces at Christmas.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The winter holiday season brings many reasons to celebrate and gather. The Institute for Policy Studies requests the honor of your presence for a Winter Solstice celebration filled with friends, food, and frivolity.
Climate change is hitting Alaska hard.