If you are tired of the “X” in “Xmas” and want to see the season celebrated for its real reason – Jesus – you can do as other WND readers have done: pick products from
Shop.WND.com, that let others know just how you feel.
For the fourth straight week, the top choice at the company’s own store featuring products published by, created by or handpicked by the company’s marketing team was a popular holiday auto magnet of a Christmas tree with the slogan, “The Reason for the Season.”
The 7-inch image with a Nativity scene within is a perfect way to let others know what Christmas is about – Jesus.
And part of every purchase goes to Christian charities.
Following in second, for the fifth week in a row, was the “Operation: Just Say… Merry Christmas bracelet,” which lets you 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 was “The Marketing of Evil” by WND Managing Editor David Kupelian, in which he explains how America now tolerates – even embraces and champions – body piercing, teaching homosexuality to grade-school children and easy divorce.
Those very ideas would have horrified the nation just a generation ago, so what happened? The most stunningly brilliant and compelling marketing campaign in modern history is what happened, Kupelian concludes.
The book reveals just how much evil as been perfumed, packaged and sold to Americans as “values” of fairness or tolerance.
WND Book Service readers chose again as their top pick Robert Spencer’s “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades).”
Spencer tells readers that when PC propagandists say Jihadist terror doesn’t reflect “true” or “peaceful” Islam, they go well beyond being wrong into being dangerous.
“They lull America and the West into letting their guard down against their mortal enemy,” he writes. “And not only do self-appointed ‘experts’ lie elaborately and persistently about Islam – they have also replaced the truth about Christian Europe and the Crusades with an all-pervasive historical fantasy that is designed to make you ashamed of your own culture and heritage – and thus less determined to defend it,” he said.
In second was Gregg Jackson’s “Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies.”
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.
In third was “America Alone: The End of the World As We Know It” by Mark Steyn.
Here are the Shop.WND.com top sellers for Dec. 4-10.
- “The Reason for the Season Auto Magnet”
- “Operation: Just Say… Merry Christmas bracelet”
- “The Marketing of Evil”
By David Kupelian
- “Shooting Back: The Right and Duty of Self Defense”
By Charl Van Wyk
- “Christmas Magnetic Bumper Sticker – Variety 3 Pack”
- “Brotherhood of Darkness and Hope of the Wicked at special discount”
- “The Annals of the World”
- “Christianity and the American Commonwealth”
- “The Forbidden Book (DVD)”
- “In Mortal Danger”
By Tom Tancredo
And here are the top sellers for the WND Book Service during the same period:
- “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades)”
By Robert Spencer
- “Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies”
By Gregg Jackson
- “America Alone: The End of the World As We Know It”
By Mark Steyn
- “The Real Jimmy Carter”
By Steven F. Hayward
- “The Truth about Muhammad”
By Robert Spencer
- “Don’t Tread on Me”
By H.W. Crocker III
- “Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters”
By Dr. Meg Meeker
- “Do As I Say (Not As I Do)”
By Peter Schwiezer
- “The Truth About Hillary”
By Edward Klein
- “100 People Who are Screwing Up America
By Bernard Goldberg
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 Shop.WND.com. 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.