Merry Christmas from the Dixie Collegiate!


As one of our contributors recently pointed out, the War on Christmas is a ridiculous tactic used to divide Americans, by forcing political correctness on the public in order to quash the spirit of the ‘most wonderful time of the year.’ Here at The Dixie Collegiate, where we oppose political correctness in all forms, we feel most comfortable wishing all of our readers a very Merry Christmas. (If we’ve triggered you, oh well).

The Dixie Collegiate has had a fantastic first semester, and we’re grateful for the positive reception we have received from our readers. Whatever ridiculous new antic of the Left we’re covering—whether they’re holding a post-election vigil outside Denny Chimes; sitting en masse during the National Anthem; erasing chalk drawings they don’t like; or issuing violent and disturbing death threats—we’ve had quite an adventure covering them. We hope you, the reader, have been enlightened reading our articles exposing the Left’s nonsense.

The Dixie Collegiate’ first semester success, incidentally, parallels the success of the American Right. For the first time in eighty years (!), conservatives control the Presidency, House, Senate, and very likely the Supreme Court soon. We’re also winning the odious War on Christmas for that matter—President-elect Trump has brought wishing one ‘Merry Christmas’ back into the mainstream, and even Starbucks decided to decorate their infamous red cups with art that accurately reflects the season.

Our war on political correctness continues next semester, and we might have a few surprises up our sleeve. We are thrilled to be welcoming new contributors with new opinions from diverse parts of the Conservative Movement as well.

To our readers: thank you for sticking by us, sharing our articles, and showing your support for this start-up enterprise. If you haven’t already, be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook. As the academic year continues, The Dixie Collegiate will be at the forefront of the fight for our First Amendment rights, both on our campus and off.

Merry Christmas!

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