The book speaks ultimately about the war on Christmas which begins with the war against Christ. In Palin's other two books, she writes candidly and politically about her opinion on laws and policies. In this book, she definitely gives her opinion and two cents, but she gives actual examples in our country of how the legal system is slowly stealing Christmas and the mention of Jesus Christ away from society. It's actually quite alarming at the things that have been done.
Palin writes about the double standard which exists in our country on the auspices of offense. Christians become marginalized because people are offended, and yet Christians are constantly offended and are unable to do anything. Palin points out that there is no clear legal rationale behind someone being able to sue or litigate over being offended. How many lawsuits would be going through the courts right now on people being offended over Obamacare? It doesn't matter because it's not allowed. The only thing in our country we can sue about in terms of being offended is religion. It's a loophole the Supreme Court created and it's creation has led to the war that Palin points out. She doesn't advocate for Christianity as a state religion however. She advocates for the "freedom of religion, not the freedom from religion" as the Constitution actually states.
The book is filled with her own family stories as well about Christmas and about Jesus Christ in her life and her family's. It's a tremendous book and for those who like to cook, it has several Christmas recipes from the Palin house in the back. Ahem . . . Billie . . . there's a Peanut Butter Ball recipe in the book . . . Just saying.