Yesterday's column by our very own Most Faithful Ambassador to the Court of the Mainstream Media is filled with wisdom. She talks about teaching an appreciation for America to our new immigrants that they might be better citizens.
We fought a war to free slaves. We sent millions of white men to battle and destroyed a portion of our nation to free millions of black men. What kind of nation does this? We went to Europe, fought, died and won, and then taxed ourselves to save our enemies with the Marshall Plan. What kind of nation does this? Soviet communism stalked the world and we were the ones who steeled ourselves and taxed ourselves to stop it. Again: What kind of nation does this?Brother Jacob, disperse the catnip incense that we might all meditate better on her luminous words.
Only a very great one. Maybe the greatest of all.
It is also time to grant another truth-seeker a position in the Theocracy. In all three of our World of Good posts, one blog has consistently led the weary multitudes to our site. For her unending devotion to the cause of the Theocracy and good deeds in general, The Anchoress is hereby named...The Anchoress of the Feline Theocracy.
It's an obscure title, I know, but after doing some research, I have discovered some information that she might find interesting.
In the middle ages an Anchoress was a woman who lived in a small, sealed room inside a church;she would have visual access to the Sanctuary and to Holy Communion. Usually there was also a small side window at which she could converse with visitors, receive foods, etc. Usually an Anchorite was rather a mystical and wise sort of person, steeped in prayer.Some people have asked me, "K T, how can you be so imaginative all the time? I'm constantly amazed by your inventiveness!" All I can say is that I must be blessed in that way.
More blessings from the Theocracy will be coming soon. For those who have linked to this blog and tithed 10% of their traffic, our blessings are upon you. For those that have not, the tuna mines await!
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