Top 10 Headlines You Could Not See While You Were Eating Turkey And Standing In Shopping Lines

Top 10 Headlines You Could Not See While You Were Eating Turkey And Standing In Shopping Lines

This was a busy week with traveling, celebrating and spending around Thanksgiving. So it is very possible that you missed some important news stories. Let us give you a Top 10 recap of the unreal stories that mattered most.

“Americans Agree That Thanksgiving Dinner Without Romaine Lettuce Is Even More Awesome Than Anyone Imagined”

“Christians Debate Wisdom Of Taking Gospel To Unreached People Groups After Missionary Is Killed By Remote Tribe”

“President Trump Gives Thanks To Himself For Himself At Family Thanksgiving Dinner”

"Church Treasurer Who Holds Pastor To Fiscal Responsibility Spends Money Like A Kardashian On Black Friday”

“National Association Of Landfills Prepares For Large Influx Of Junk People Can’t Live Without After This Holiday Season”

“Millions Of Americans Spend All Night Waiting In Line To Buy Doorbuster TV So They Can Watch Celebrities, News Personalities, And Athletes They Say They Are Done With”

“American Troops In War Zones Are Inspired By Holiday Message From Embattled President Who Endures So Much At The Hands Of Aging Judges And Mainstream Media”

“Progressives Quit Chanting ‘Love Is Love’ Slogan Long Enough To Protest Men Who Take Child Brides In Foreign Countries”

“Republicans Change Demand From ‘Lock Her Up!’ To ‘Leave Her Alone'!’ When They Discover Latest Email Scandal Involves Ivanka Trump”

“Local Woman Glad To Be Done With ThanksGiving So She Can Get Back To TrashTalking On Social Media”

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United Methodist Church Demands Ushers Greet Attendees With 'Happy Holidays'

United Methodist Church Demands Ushers Greet Attendees With 'Happy Holidays'

Bitterly Divided And Violently Angry Nation Spends Part Of Holiday Kind Of Giving Thanks

Bitterly Divided And Violently Angry Nation Spends Part Of Holiday Kind Of Giving Thanks