Seeing an advertisement like
this from a national corporation - especially one that did work for the government
- in a major magazine would be rare these days. Anything that acknowledges the Judeo-Christian-based
founding of America is strictly frowned upon by the malcontent, often unelected
agitators that populate modern federal and state bureaucracies, universities, and
In 1945 when this Christmas
advertisement was proffered by Jensen Radio Manufacturing Company in Radio News
magazine, it was meant as an inoffensive message of thanks and goodwill to all
people, and particularly to servicemen. Today, some would like to prosecute the
purveyor for the crime of "hate speech," which is basically anything suggesting
America's founding was fundamentally righteous and just. "Merry Christmas to
all, and to all a good night!"
Jensen Radio Ad
"In times like the present, men should utter
nothing for which they would not willingly be responsible through time and in eternity."
Abraham Lincoln, 1861
a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Jensen Radio Manufacturing Company
6601 S. Laramie Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Posted December 4, 2022
(updated from original
post on 11/18/2014)
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