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Patti Kurgan, researcher for The Kim Monson Show, joins Kim to shed a positive light on our daily lives with reference to her current op-ed, The Skip of a Heartbeat. Andi Buerger, founder of Beulah’s Place, joins Kim to discuss her non-profit organization. Jason McBride offers his assistance to listeners if they would like to review and potentially rebalance their portfolio. Erin, founder of a new group Stand Together, joins Kim to encourage Americans to step outside their doors at noon beginning April 1st and play the song God Bless the USA by Lee Greenwood.

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  • Erin, founder of a new group Stand Together, joins Kim to encourage Americans to step outside their doors at noon beginning April 1st and play the song God Bless the USA by Lee Greenwood.  Spread the word for all of us to rise united.  Unfortunately, Erin’s use of a neighborhood social media platform to bring us together resulted in her account being disabled.  We can do this, every day in April!  No better way to peacefully express ourselves wrapped in freedom.
  • Jason McBride offers his assistance to listeners if they would like to review and potentially rebalance their portfolio.  The market is still wavering but we have seen constructive action.  You can contact Jason at 303-694-1600 or airpresidential.com.

  • Andi Buerger, founder of Beulah’s Place, joins Kim to discuss her non-profit organization.
  • Patti Kurgan, researcher for The Kim Monson Show, joins Kim to shed a positive light on our daily lives with reference to her current op-ed, The Skip of a Heartbeat.

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Andi Buerger, founder of Beulah’s Place, joins Kim to discuss her non-profit organization.  Andi, herself a victim of sexual predators, created Beulah’s Place for homeless teens who are exploited by sexual predators.  Eighteen and nineteen-year-olds find shelter, food, educational and work skills counseling, hope, and a new way of life off the streets.  Her staff is volunteer-based.  Andi states she has a 92% success rate in giving these late teenagers an independent life with minimal assistance from others.  Read more here, https://beulahsplace.org/ and see what Beulah’s Place is doing during this pandemic.

Patti Kurgan, researcher for The Kim Monson Show, joins Kim to shed a positive light on our daily lives with reference to her current op-ed, The Skip of a Heartbeat.  From a policy standpoint, we see regulations being dismantled “brick by brick.”  We are realizing that many policies are special-interest driven and only add additional costs to the end consumer.  From a humanity perspective, we are helping our fellow man.  Family, friends and neighbors are unselfishly providing goods and services to those needing assistance.  The American spirit rises and our faith in God is strengthened.

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