Episode 10: “Who’s Winning the War on Christmas?” with Noah Colbert

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Noah Colbert joins Max and Bryan to discuss the “War on Christmas” and its 2020 incarnations. They discuss the history of the “War on Christmas,” who’s winning, and what that means in 2020.  Finally, Noah joins Ariana for another installment of “Class Struggle.”

Make sure to check out Noah’s piece for yourself at nupoliticalreview.com.

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Song: “Deck the Halls (Instrumental Jazz)” by E’s Jammy Jams.

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