This isn’t a ‘holiday,’ it’s ‘Christmas,’ WND fans say

treeTwo products that say this is “Christmas,” not just a “holiday,” have been picked as favorites – again – by WND fans who visited, the company’s own store featuring products published by, created by or handpicked by the company’s marketing team.

For the third straight week, the top choice was a popular holiday auto magnet of a Christmas tree with the slogan, “The Reason for the Season.” It’s a 7-inch image with a Nativity scene within, and is a perfect way to let others know what Christmas is about.

Following in second, for the fourth week in a row, was the “Operation: Just Say… Merry Christmas bracelet,” which allows individuals to give friends and neighbors the message this isn’t a “happy holidays,” but a “Merry Christmas” time of year.

“We are celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, but political correctness has deemed it ‘incorrect’ to state so. The enemies of Christmas have succeeded in making Christians feel as if we are bad and intolerant to wish someone a Merry Christmas,” according to a description of the bracelet, a product created by Dan and Jennifer Giroux.
In third this week was a newcomer to the list, “Shooting Back: The Right and Duty of Self Defense.”

Charl Van Wyk was the South African who, when terrorists burst into his church during a shootingback2worship service and started shooting people, pulled his gun and fired back. He talks about it in his book. “Instinctively, I knelt down behind the bench in front of me and pulled out my .38 special snub-nosed revolver, which I always carried with me,” he writes in his book.

Terrorists with AK-47s and grenades killed 11 and wounded 58. But when van Wyk fired back one attacker was wounded and others fled.

WND Book Service readers chose again as their top pick Sheryl Eberly’s “365 Manners Kids Should Know.” It talks about all those things you wonder why the parents of those other kids don’t teach them.

Eberly, a former White House aide to Nancy Reagan, covers the social situations and etiquette opportunities children will face, including put-downs, respect for the elderly, passing food and cutting meat, movie manners, travel etiquette, good sportsmanship, dress and grooming, and sneezing.

In second was “The Trivium: The Liberal Arts of Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric” by Sister Miriam Joseph Rauh.

It provides “solid and easily-grasped explanations” of general grammar and all of its elements as well as logic and rhetoric. “This book is also packed with lively examples, exercises, and illustrations drawn from the works of Shakespeare, Milton, Plato, and others,” a description concludes.

In third was “Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies”by Gregg Jackson.

With this book handy, “you’ll never feel unprepared to go into ideological battle,” according to the description. It answers what really is right regarding abortion, the Clintons, economics, gun control, nuclear energy, Social Security, taxes and the war on terror.

Here are the top sellers for Nov. 27-Dec. 3.

  1. “The Reason for the Season Auto Magnet”
  2. “Operation: Just Say… Merry Christmas bracelet”
  3. “Shooting Back: The Right and Duty of Self Defense”
    By Charl Van Wyk
  4. “The Marketing of Evil”
    By David Kupelian
  5. “Christmas Magnetic Bumper Sticker – Variety 3 Pack”
  6. “The Annals of the World”
  7. “Christianity and the American Commonwealth”
  8. “The Forbidden Book (DVD)”
  9. “In Mortal Danger”
    By Tom Tancredo
  10. “Brotherhood of Darkness and Hope of the Wicked at special discount”

And here are the top sellers for the WND Book Service during the same period:

  1. “365 Manners Kids Should Know”
    By Sheryl Eberly
  2. “The Trivium: The Liberal Arts of Logic, Grammar and Rhetoric”
    By Sister Miriam Joseph Rauh
  3. “Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies”
    By Gregg Jackson
  4. “The Truth about Muhammad”
    By Robert Spencer
  5. “America Alone: The End of the World As We Know It”
    By Mark Steyn
  6. “The Crusader: Ronald Reagan and the Fall of Communism”
    By Paul Kengor
  7. “Applied Economics”
    By Thomas Sowell
  8. “The Politically Incorrect Guide to English and American Literature”
    By Elizabeth Kantor
  9. “Discover Your Child’s Learning”
    By Mariaema Willis; Kindle Victoria
  10. “The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History”
    By Thomas Woods

This list does not include WND’s two sister publications – Whistleblower magazine and Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin – always among the best-selling products in If you’re not subscribing to these two great companions to WND, you’re missing out on the best monthly magazine and the best weekly, online intelligence newsletter in the world.

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