Far be it for me to say what Congress should do with its time, you know, being a voter and all, but maybe I thought there was a list of things they should not be doing. If I remember correctly, one of those things is not creating laws that favor one religion over another. The title link goes to a story about a resolution in the House that aims to protect the "themes" of Christmas. I am pretty sure that any Congressional endorsement of any religion over another will violate the establishment clause. The problem is that I can't decide whether I need to re-read the First Amendment, or Congress needs to brush up on what the Bill of Rights says.