Christmas On The Radio

Larry Weil
Fri Dec 24 11:49:38 EST 2004

At 8:11 AM -0500 12/24/04, rogerkirk wrote:
>Corey Deitz (radio guide for About.Com) asks an interesting
>question:  Why hasn't the ACLU demanded that radio stations
>broadcasting on frequency spectrum that alledgedly belongs
>to all citizens remove all Christmas Broadcasting? The
>"separation of church and state" issue that is removing
>Nativity scenes from City Hall lawns.

I think the ACLU is happy on this one as long as Chanukah songs, 
etc., are still allowed.  It may be the public airwaves, but I still 
think it's a big difference between Xmas songs on the radio and a 
Nativity scene on the town common.

Larry Weil
Lake Wobegone, NH

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