Coloring books and Play-Doh simply won't do as Christmas gifts for those hard-to-please Conservatives on your holiday list. Happily, we can offer some alternatives.
WASHINGTON, December 10, 2016 — In the still Democrat-infested environs of the DMV—the currently trendy nickname given to Washington’s metro area, which covers the District of Columbia and nearby portions of Maryland and Virginia—it’s tough to find Christmas gifts likely to warm the hearts of the few, the proud, the Conservatives on your Christmas list.
This year, after a genuinely astonishing Election 2016, this annual gift-giving dilemma is compounded even further by the fact that many longtime Republicans morphed into #NeverTrumpers, before morphing back (for the most part), transforming even the most sensitive and sophisticated gifting guesses into genuinely risky business indeed.
Although gift-wrapped coloring books, a monster pack of Crayola Crayons and an extra-large container of Play-Doh may be just the thing to gladden the hearts of triggered and traumatized undergrad snowflakes returning home for the holidays, such items simply won’t do for those more serious-minded conservative students, careerists and seniors on your list.
Take the film industry, for example. Aside from the fairly recent but sadly fifth-rate “Atlas Shrugged” film trilogy and those much-demonized Dinesh D’Souza and Breitbart documentaries, there’s been little for conservative movie and video freaks to love since (maybe) Frank Capra’s “It’s a Wonderful Life” came out, way back when the Greatest Generation was still trying to get a leg up between World War II and the Korean Conflict.
Well, perhaps Disney-Pixar’s subversive animated feature “The Incredibles” would qualify. (But that sly subversiveness is probably why we’ve never seen its long-promised sequel.)
Happily, however, Lifezette’s Zachary Leeman has been out and about lately looking for just the right entertainment-oriented gifts and stocking stuffers guaranteed to gladden the hearts of nearly any conservative, something he explains in greater detail in the article that follows.
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