Partial "Naughty List"

Lowe’s – Employees cannot say "Merry Christmas" to
customers. Lowe’s corporate advised that only when customers initiate a "Merry
Christmas" greeting can employees respond in kind.
Toys ‘R’
Us
– "Holidays" are in, "Merry Christmas" is out.
Banana
Republic
– Web site has "Holiday Gift Guide" with no mention of
Christmas.
Bed Bath & Beyond – No mention of any
holidays.
Barnes & Noble – Web site says "Gift Guide,"
"Holiday gift baskets," "Holiday sled," "Holiday delivery," but no Christmas.
Stores not allowed to put up Christmas trees, and employees are not allowed to
say "Merry Christmas."
Best Buy – Web site says "Unique
gifts for the season," "Holiday gift ideas." Spokesperson said the use of "Merry
Christmas" is disrespectful.
Dick’s Sporting Goods – Web
site says "gifts" and has images, but no mention of Christmas.
Eddie
Bauer
– Customer service would not recognize Christmas, they "don’t
want to offend Jews, those who celebrate Kwanza and those who have no religious
preference."
Gap – "Holiday Survival Guide" with no mention
of Christmas.
Home Depot – Web site says "Holiday Store"
and "Holiday Lighting" and only at bottom of site says "Make your Christmas
decorations complete." Stores have "Holiday Home Accents."

K-Mart – Selling "Holiday trees" and "Holiday wreaths."

Partial "Nice List"

Dillard’s – Advertises "Christmas Catalog."
JC
Penney
– Web site has "Christmas Shipping Countdown."
Joann
Fabrics
– Offers Christmas and Holiday fabrics.
Kohl’s
– Christmas is all over TV, print and radio ads.
L.L.
Bean
– Advertises and distributes "Christmas Catalog."

Linens ‘N Things – Has a "Christmas Shop" and "Christmas
Checklist."
Macy’s – "Merry Christmas!" on its home page.

Michaels – Web site has a Christmas section.

M&M-Mars Candies – Will have red and green candies with
pictures of Christmas trees and angels among other images.

Target – Web site says "Christmas Decor," although the
physical store has "Holiday entertaining." TV ad says "Merry Christmas."

Wal-Mart – Has a "Christmas Shop," plays Christmas carols,
and employees can say "Merry Christmas."

ORALANDO, FL, November 27, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – As part of the Friend or
Foe Christmas Campaign, Liberty Counsel has created a "Naughty and Nice"
checklist (available online in pdf or MSWord) which catalogs retailers who
either censor or recognize Christmas. The list was compiled from information
gathered by Liberty Counsel supporters.

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