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Bill’s Guests: Wednesday, November 21, 2018

6:35: Keisha Russell with First Liberty Institute talks with Bill this morning.

After receiving a letter from First Liberty Institute, Honey Grove (TX) Independent School District officials reversed a decision that forced students praying together to hide behind a cafeteria curtain, move to an empty gym, or relocate outside to pray.

“We are grateful to Honey Grove school district officials for acting swiftly to ensure that students can freely exercise their right to pray,” said Keisha Russell, Associate Counsel for First Liberty Institute. “Students are free to pray together at school as long as it’s not disruptive. Our client is very pleased that she and her friends can continue to pray together for each other, their fellow classmates, and their teachers.”

In early September, Hannah Allen and a group of other students at Honey Grove Middle School prayed together during lunch for one of their former classmates who had recently been in an accident.  Their principal told them they needed to stop.  No school officials were involved with the prayers.  When Hannah and her friends decided to continue their prayers during lunch the next day, the principal told them they had to move behind a curtain in the cafeteria, remove themselves to the gym, or meet alone outside.

In its letter to school officials, First Liberty explained that student led prayer during non-instructional periods of the school day is squarely protected by the U.S. Constitution and offered to assist the District to conform the school’s policies on student religious expression to the guidelines established by the U.S. Department of Education on the subject.

“During a time of so much conflict in schools, it’s good when students come together to support their fellow classmates, including praying for each other,” added Russell.  “We trust the school district will continue to conform to the law and ensure that the students’ right to pray is protected.”

7:10: Greg Roberts, Mr. Outdoors from RogueWeather.com calls in to bring to you a special Wednesday, Water World Boat & Powersport, Outdoor Report.

7:50: Lt. Mike Budreau of the Medford Police Department joins Bill in studio for today’s Crime Stoppers Case of The Week.

Today, we’ll be talking with Mike about an armed robbery at the Astro Gas Station.

8:10: Dr. Kevin Sabet, Founder of Smart Approaches to Marijuana talks with Bill today.

A new study on the impact of marijuana legalization in Colorado conducted by the Centennial Institute found that for every one dollar in tax revenue from marijuana, the state spends $4.50 as a result of the effects of the consequences of legalization.

This study used all available data from the state on hospitalizations, treatment for Cannabis Use Disorder (CUD), impaired driving, black market activity, and other parameters to determine the cost of legalization. Of course, calculating the human cost of addiction is nearly impossible, we can assume the cost estimated for treating CUD is a gross underestimate due to the fact that it is widely believed among health officials that CUD goes largely untreated…yet rates have been increasing significantly in the past decade.

That, in conjunction with the fact that there is no way of quantifying the environmental impact the proliferation of single use plastic packaging common within the marijuana industry, leads us to believe this is indeed a very conservative estimate.

“Studies such as this show that the only people making money off the commercialization of marijuana are those in the industry who profit at the expense of public health and safety,” said Dr. Kevin Sabet, president of Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM). “The wealthy men in suits behind Big Marijuana will laugh all the way to the bank while minority communities continue to suffer, black markets continue to thrive, and taxpayers are left to foot the bill.”

“The data collected in this study, as in similar studies before it, continues to show the scope of the cost of commercialization. The effects of legalization are far and wide, and affect just about every resident in the state directly and indirectly,” said Jeff Hunt, Vice President of Public Policy for Colorado Christian University.

“The pot industry doesn’t want this dirty truth to be seen by law makers and the taxpayers, who were promised a windfall in tax revenue,” said Justin Luke Riley, president of the Marijuana Accountability Coalition. “The MAC will continue to shine a light on the industry and urge our lawmakers to reign in Big Pot before it brings more harm on Coloradans.”

See more over at: MarijuanaAccountability.co

Or: LearnAboutSAM.org.

Bill’s Guests: Tuesday, November 20, 2018

7:10: Patrick Wood, author of “Technocracy Rising,” talks with Bill today.

We’ll also be joined by crack researcher, friend of the Bill Meyer Show and all around nice guy, Mr. X, in studio.

Today, we’ll be talking about Patrick’s brand new book:

“Technocracy Rising: The Hard Road to World Order.”

“Technocracy is like a cancer invading America with relentless pursuit. Things like Smart Cities, mass surveillance, regionalization, public-private partnerships and Fintech are disrupting every community in all 50 states. For us, it’s a hard road and this book will tell you why and what you can still do about it.”

We’ll also delve into the latest news from the technocrats that want to take over your lives in all aspects.

Check out more from Patrick over at: Technocracy.news.

8:10: Gary Leaming, Public Information Officer for the Oregon Department of Transportation joins Bill in studio. We’ll be talking with Gary about transportation issues, as we approach the Thanksgiving holiday.

8:35: Michael Campbell from U.S. Cellular drops by the studio for today’s edition of “Whose Business Is It Anyway.” We’ll be talking with Michael about U.S. Cellular’s Black Friday deals coming soon after Thanksgiving.

See more over at: USCellular.com.

Bill’s Guests: Monday, November 19, 2018

6:35: Gregory Wrightstone, speaker, climate contrarian and author of: “Inconvenient Facts,” talks with Bill today.

Today, we’ll be talking with Gregory about an article he wrote over at TruthPR.com: “California Burning Fewer Fires Made Worse by Misguided Policies.”

If you’d like to know more: InconvenientFacts.xyz, and follow Gregory on Twitter: @Gwrightstone.

7:10: Greg Roberts, Mr. Outdoors from RogueWeather.com calls in to bring to you, the Monday, Water World Boat & Powersport, Outdoor Report.

8:10: Rick Eldridge, producer for the film: “The Trump Prophecy,” chats with Bill this morning.

THE TRUMP PROPHECY is an inspirational message of Hope, highlighting the vast beauty and greatness of The United States, its electoral process and concludes by asking a panel of world leaders to respond to a few questions like: What does it mean to “make America great again?” How does a healthy American economy affect world economics? What does the current US administration mean to the middle east and specifically Israel? How does a strong US military affect the world climate for peace?

Check out the movie’s official website: TheTrumpProphecyMovie.com


READ:New film highlights belief that Trump’s election was God’s plan.”