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The real winner in Starbucks red-cup controversy

The Christmas-less red cup is hardly the problem with Starbucks. It's their support for Planned Parenthood that should bother Christians.

This week in social media controversies that don't need to exist, some people on Twitter are upset because Starbucks has unveiled its official holiday cup for the season, which is a red ombré, with no patterns, designs, 

With all the media hype, this is what is happening with the Starbucks Red Cup controversy.

The video posted by Joshua Feuerstein has sparked the debate over whether the cup's plain design is an attack on Christmas. One Starbucks customer at a location on Eastchester Drive in High Point told FOX8 that he 

The Christmas-less red cup is hardly the problem with Starbucks. It's their support for Planned Parenthood that should bother Christians.

Starbucks red cup controversy spills into the Triad

While many have complained that the simple red holiday cup design represents an offensive attack in the so-called "War on Christmas," foster mom Kate Rallis shifted the conversation with an Instagram post comparing the Starbucks controversy to an issue 

The video posted by Joshua Feuerstein has sparked the debate over whether the cup's plain design is an attack on Christmas. One Starbucks customer at a location on Eastchester Drive in High Point told FOX8 that he 

Everyone from Donald Trump to Stephen Colbert has taken a side on the alleged outrage surrounding Starbucks' plain holiday red cups.

'Tis the season to get angry at every little thing and turn it into an even bigger controversy. I consider myself a Christian. Not extremely devout, not the model example of what one should be, but I believe in God. I know that the big man upstairs has

This week in social media controversies that don't need to exist, some people on Twitter are upset because Starbucks has unveiled its official holiday cup for the season, which is a red ombré, with no patterns, designs, 

Starbucks red cup controversy spills into the Triad

It's just after Halloween, which, as Stephen Colbert says means "we're about to enter the season of getting angry that there's not enough talk about Christmas." Yes, friends, the Late Show host took on the Starbucks red cup/Christmas kerfuffle, and, as

Earlier this November, Starbucks kicked off the holiday season with its highly anticipated red cups — but now, thanks to a viral Facebook video, some people aren't feeling too cheery about this year's festive cup design.

Earlier this November, Starbucks kicked off the holiday season with its highly anticipated red cups — but now, thanks to a viral Facebook video, some people aren't feeling too cheery about this year's festive cup design.

On the other hand, the vast majority of orthodox Christians can snicker about how much the Starbucks cups still owe to traditional Christian iconography. This is a teaching moment. 1. The cups are still red. Red is not the liturgical color of Advent

With all the media hype, this is what is happening with the Starbucks Red Cup controversy.

N.J. tweets pour cold water on Starbucks red cup controversy

Earlier this November, Starbucks kicked off the holiday season with its highly anticipated red cups — but now, thanks to a viral Facebook video, some people aren't feeling too cheery about this year's festive cup design.

While many have complained that the simple red holiday cup design represents an offensive attack in the so-called "War on Christmas," foster mom Kate Rallis shifted the conversation with an Instagram post comparing the Starbucks controversy to an issue 

Seemingly offended by a lack of seasonal detail on the red holiday cups rolled out at Starbucks this year, some Christians have issued a complaint that the cups aren't "Christmassy" enough — part of the "war on Christmas," even. Those dissatisfied

On the other hand, the vast majority of orthodox Christians can snicker about how much the Starbucks cups still owe to traditional Christian iconography. This is a teaching moment. 1. The cups are still red. Red is not the liturgical color of Advent

In case you don't spend your days scrolling social media, here's a quick recap: Some Christians feel Starbucks' red holiday cup is anti-Christmas because it's lacking holiday-themed adornment. At a political rally in Springfield on Monday, Republican 

N.J. tweets pour cold water on Starbucks red cup controversy

So you may have heard of all this nontroversy about the Starbucks annual Christmas cup only being a plain red instead of having actual Christmas decorations.* This is all over social media, so I figured I'd help y'all out with this. Starbucks red cup 

In case you haven't heard, Starbucks unintentionally sparked a religious war last week when it unveiled its new red cups, which some Christian extremists have interpreted as an attack on Christmas. Related: Antigay Christian 

Everyone from Donald Trump to Stephen Colbert has taken a side on the alleged outrage surrounding Starbucks' plain holiday red cups.

For Starbucks, the annual reveal of their "red cup" is meant to signify that the holiday season is approaching. Instead, it's stirring up controversy.

On the other hand, the vast majority of orthodox Christians can snicker about how much the Starbucks cups still owe to traditional Christian iconography. This is a teaching moment. 1. The cups are still red. Red is not the liturgical color of Advent