Friday, November 18, 2016

The U.S. Army Band Is Forbidden To Play 'Jungle Bells' At A Religious Event

Todd Starnes. FOX News: Why can't Army band play 'Jingle Bells' at Christmas show?

One of my favorite projects here at the Fox News Corner of the World is my annual Fox Radio Christmas show.

It’s a two-hour extravaganza filmed in Memphis -- featuring special guest performers, celebrities, a full orchestra and the Bellevue Baptist Church Singing Christmas Tree.

It’s sort of like a mash up of Grand Ole Opry meets “Prairie Home Companion” – just two-hours of family-friend fun.

Last year we featured MercyMe and jazz legend Kirk Whalum. The year before that, we had an amazing performance by Chris Tomlin. And we always salute our military. But this year, I wanted to do something a little different.

So I invited the U.S. Army’s Six-String Soldiers to perform. I just knew they would bring down the house with their guitars, banjo and mandolin – especially knowing that our audience loves the military.

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WNU Editor: Todd Starnes is definitely not a fan of President Obama's administration .... but he should not worry .... I suspect that this policy is going to be changed when the Trump administration takes over.

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