Daily Archives: August 12, 2012

Margie Impert in Magnum, P.I.

I’m a Highway to Heaven fan.  I watched it regularly when I was a kid coming home from school, and I own the first three seasons as an adult.  (Unfortunately, A&E only released the first three seasons.) One character I’ve … Continue reading

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Frederick Lehman’s The Love of God

At church this morning, we sang the song “The Love of God”, which was written by Frederick Lehman.  The song talked about how the love of God reaches to the deepest hell, and so I wondered if Lehman was a … Continue reading

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The Real Romney 7: Generosity

My latest reading of Michael Kranish and Scott Helman’s The Real Romney covered a lot of ground: Romney’s humorous social bloopers in his 1994 run against Ted Kennedy for U.S. Senate, and his struggle to define himself in that race; … Continue reading

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