Tag Archives: Garrison Keillor

“Biggest con job since the Trojan horse”

The phrase jumped off the obituary page in Houston’s Leading Information Source last June: Elene Davis passed away from “…complications due to congestive heart failure and the 2016 Presidential campaign.”  Imagine if she’d seen what’s gone on in the past … Continue reading

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The angel in the deli

On this day of giving, please accept a wonderful Garrison Keillor piece that I read in today’s Houston Chronicle. Christmas angel found in unexpected place You can almost see the Hudson…

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