WANTED: An Authentic ChristmasLet's take this first day of Hannukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, to shed some light on the startling American fear of Christmas. After all, it appears that even the US Capitol Christmas tree does not reference Christmas this year. It's like there's a quivering anxiety that a non-Christian could be offended to which I say, so what? There is nothing wrong with Judeo-Christian traditions, but it seems the best way to understand that is to spend Christmas in Israel this year. Check out Jerusalem's holiest church. Take a side trip to Bethlehem, or pray in Nazareth. At the end of the day, America has some pretty awesome holiday lights, but the Holy Land has Jesus. Any traveler, regardless of race or creed, can rejoice in the authentic Christmas experience this represents.