Let's face it, focusing on God in our society is always difficult and the added stress of the holidays only makes things harder.
I return to the Apple store two weeks later -- my teeth worn down, my face prematurely aged from endless hours of sleeplessness and technological frustration -- certain that the iMac was the worst purchase I'd ever made.
Consumerism keeps this economy going, which is destroying life. This Christmas is selling everything.
You've seen the endless TV commercials and web ads that wink at Christmas without daring to mention "He Who Must Not Be Named." Christ may be the new Voldemort. Face it: The war on Christmas is lost.
How she's been promoted as a students first education reform is definitely a work of prestidigitation and legerdemain. She'll defy examination and deceive you again.
Another season is upon us and holiday shopping is in full swing. For mothers and daughters, veteran shoppers at any time of year, this can create tensions of all sorts.
Today's Cuba lacks long-standing allies that can help it develop in the post-Fidel era. The release of American political prisoners such as Alan Gross could lead to increased dialogue and trade with potential friends.
Amid all the discussion about "Middle Class Tax Cuts" and the "War on the Middle Class," there has been little attention paid to the puzzling fact that Americans still do not have a hard and fast definition for middle class.
You may be surprised to know that the biggest mistake you can make when shopping is to shop for the "best" or "lowest" priced products. That's right!
For many of us, coupon clipping just isn't in the cards. Here are four streamlined savings strategies to shave the final dollar amount of your holiday shopping bill.
Our consumerist culture has managed to transform Thanksgiving from a celebration of gratitude, to a celebration of consumerism.
When you hear all the talk in the media over the next few weeks start asking the question: Who is fighting for the people on track to be a part of the digital underclass.
If the retail industry can start constructing itself around the concept of service versus sales, then they'll actually make more money.
More than half of the country shopped on Black Friday weekend.
What would it look like if we could all walk around with MRI scans hovering above our heads as we took in art? Do different parts of our brains light up when we're taking in a beautiful painting or coveting a cashmere coat?