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Kevin Sorbo, actor/producer/director, joins Kim to reflect on Hope, Faith and Love. Lorne Levy, mortgage specialist with Polygon Financial Group, indicates that the interest rates will continue to stay low for mortgages. Giuliana Day explains the curing period for the ballot initiative, Due Date Too Late. 

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  • Giuliana Day explains the curing period for the ballot initiative, Due Date Too Late.
  • Kevin Sorbo, actor/producer/director, joins Kim to reflect on Hope, Faith and Love.

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Giuliana Day explains the curing period for the ballot initiative, Due Date Too Late.  The Secretary of State has given the organization two weeks to collect 15,000 signatures in order for the initiative to be on the ballot.  Go to duedatetoolate.com to find out how you can help and/or sign the petition.

Kevin Sorbo, actor/producer/director, joins Kim to reflect on Hope, Faith and Love.  God is with us.  God and these three pillars will keep us positive during our disruptive days.  Negate fear and anger, as these two elements will allow others to control you.  Kevin comments on the coronavirus, and states that life will never be “safe,” so go out there and live your life on your terms and not the terms of the PBIs (Politicians, Bureaucrats and Special Interests).  Write the PBIs and let them know your individual freedom will not be suppressed.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/pelosi-calls-3t-coronavirus-relief-bill-democrats-starting-offer-were-open-to-negotiation

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