Ann Coulter has apparently started an annual tradition around Christmas of re-posting her skewering of the most risible holiday a certain segment of the population pretends real people actually celebrate.
Interest in Kwanzaa--primarily among elementary and middle school teachers obliged by public school curricula to mention it, I presume--has been steadily decreasing each winter and there is little reason to expect this trend to be interrupted. Just look at the holiday's official website. Yikes. Search frequencies on the term over the last ten years, via Google Trends:
With Christmas as a comparison:
Yes, Christmas is searched for far more frequently during June and July than Kwanzaa is during, well, Kwanzaa.
Scholars and authors gave up on it decades ago. The percentages of books published in the US, by year, containing "Kwanzaa" somewhere in the body of their texts:
So long, Kwanzaa. We hardly knew ye.