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Attorney Fred Kray and the PBLNR crew will discuss with members of Rally in Valley To End The BSL in Minot, North Dakota. Regular show episodes include:
Recap of last week's show
Weekly news update
BSL updates with Kris Diaz from StopBSL
Chat with Denice Yeakey
Dog Trainer Yvette Van Veen From Awesome Dogs
Instagram T-shirt giveaway
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Join Alaina as she discusses The Lakehouse Effect, Road trip lunches, and North Dakota.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* A state judge has ruled to legalize child-killing, striking down an abortion ban in North Dakota.
* An embryo baby is harvested for spare parts to save a sibling in New Zealand.
* Enrollment in Girl Scouts has declined after a boycott.
Each week, Project Highway will bring a 30-minute live update from the road, all across the country, wherever they happen to be, and this week they will once again be broadcasting from two different locations. Mike Motz is still in Florida tending to family business, and Barb is holding down Project Highway, currently in North Dakota. Discussing the recent hardships PH has encountered; recent performances At JL Beers, Bistro 1100 and an upcoming private party, are bound to keep you laughing... or at least feeling sorry for them.
Each week, Project Highway will bring a 30-minute live update from the road, all across the country, wherever they happen to be, and this week they will be broadcasting from Bismarck, North Dakota.
Project Highway is the journey of two stand-up comedians, Barbara Perez and Mike Motz. They will travel together across America, showcasing American owned, locally owned businesses while performing for the locals.
Recently hit $1 Million In Combined Earnings with North American Power. Bob said: “While it’s great that the big money can be earned here, it’s the fact that were are creating financial stability for countless numbers of people, that’s what get’s me fired up!”
“We chose the North American Power Opportunity because we saw it as a possible way out of the pressures of the publishing industry, which took deep dives during economy turmoil. I saw North American Power as a recession-proof safety net. It was another pillar of income that was in a burgeoning industry. Not everyone needs a magazine, but everyone needs electricity.”
Bob and Lisa are thrilled to have replaced their long hours of overtime with the part-time hours they put into their North American Power team. They sold their magazine of 13 years, and now enjoy more time with friends, family, and continue to have a substantial income.
“And best of all, I love what I do,” says Bob. “Helping people achieve what they want out of life, and seeing them hit their targets is, to me, one of the most rewarding things in this life. North American Power’s combination of integrity, compensation, charitable giving, and green energy made them the right company for us to hit those targets with.”