12-9 to 12-13-2019: Bill Meyer’s Blog

12-9 to 12-13-2019
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Bill’s Guests: Friday, December 13, 2019

6:35: Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government chats with Bill. It’s the Weekly Swamp Update! Find out more great content, all over at: DailyTorch.com 7:10: Greg Roberts, Mr. Outdoors from RogueWeather.com, calls in to bring to you the Friday Outdoor Report. 7:35: Major Jason Koenig, of The Salvation Army joins Bill, live in studio today. Major Koenig is looking for your help in taking care of the shortage in the year’s Christmas Drive. 8:35: Gretchen Smith, U.S. Air Force veteran with Code Of Vets, chats with Bill today.

Veterans Very Much In Need This Season

As we all clamor for the best Christmas gift deals, many of our Veterans will still be clamoring to make their rent, pay their electricity, feed their families and if lucky, have enough money to provide a Christmas for their children.  Not being able to provide this time of year is particularly devastating for our veterans with PTSD especially those suffering with depression and feeling like they  “aren’t good enough” because they can’t provide for their families.  There are so many ways to give this season, how about giving to a deserving Veteran family in need so they can provide Christmas for their family? Code of Vets receives multiple requests daily, for assistance with just the basics but when the holidays roll around “going without” is that much more difficult.  Take for example this single “mom-vet” who does her best but is in extra need during this Christmas season: You can help a family like this by visiting holidays4vets.com and see the Amazon wish lists these Veterans in need have complied for their children.  Code of Vets is a grassroots organization, run by a small core team, that tries every single day to alleviate some of the burdens that our Veterans are facing.  Veterans, or people concerned about them, reach out to us through our website, email or on Twitter.  They request our help with food, with emergency financial assistance for utilities or rent, with situations of homelessness, with PTSD related issues, or for advice concerning VA claims or medical matters, among many other things.  Each Veteran’s situation is different and the solutions can be as simple as a one-time payment of a phone bill so that they can look for a job, or it can be as complicated as finding them permanent housing or helping them navigate the maze of bureaucracy at the VA.  We take it one day at a time and help one Veteran at a time, hoping our efforts will get them on a path to wholeness and stability. We must also remember the number of vet suicides isn’t budging either, in some cases it’s worsening. The VA report released last month showed rate of suicide rose slightly, with rate still at about 20 deaths per day and veterans are 50% more likely to commit suicide than someone who hasn’t served. Last month we had multiple vets reach out to us for crisis intervention after not be able to get through on the VA suicide hotline.  We we there for them.  It is particularly worse during the holidays so funds provided to help with monetary needs gives us one more way to try to keep their spirits up. Since before Thanksgiving we have seen an uptick in suicidal thoughts in our brothers and sisters in arms.

Bill’s Guests: Thursday, December 12, 2019

6:20: Dylan Howard, author of the book: Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales, chats with Bill briefly this morning. We’ll talk with Dylan this morning on his new book, that delves into the life of the man, who’s life and death are shrouded in controversy. Click here to get your copy. 7:10: Tyler Flaming, Grants Pass City Council President chats with Bill. We’ll discuss the Council’s River Road Property decision, recent considerations regarding Transitional Housing code amendments, and the recurring issue of feral cats, which may spark a new ordinance placing limitations on the number of domestic animals people may keep. 8:10: Tracy Beanz, an investigative journalist talks with Bill today. Today, we’ll be talking with Tracy about the FBI’s IG Report and what it could mean for the President and other Washington D.C. mucky-mucks.

FBI IG Report Contains Explosive Information

Impact on FBI, Russian Hoax and Impeachment

Tracy Beanz, investigative reporter and editor of UndcoverDC.com, has been following the case of FISA abuse within the FBI and the investigation of President Trump’s 2016 campaign.  She is here to breakdown the information in the report and discuss its impact on the Impeachment and its long term effect on how the FBI will operate moving forward. Listen to this podcast on the subject Learn more, all over at: UndercoverDC.com

Bill’s Guests: Wednesday, December 11, 2019

6:35: Eric Peters of EPAutos.com chats with Bill. It’s the Weekly Transportation News Segment with Eric Peters! Today, we’re talking with Eric about his article:

“Drivers” Who Aren’t . . . Who Gets the Bill?

Check out more, and read Eric’s reviews of the hottest cars, trucks, SUVs and bikes, all over at: EPAutos.com 7:10: Elena Maria Lopez, a former political journalist and financial writer talks with Bill about an immigration loophole in the Violence against Women Act. Lopez is a former political journalist and financial writer. (She’s also a lifelong Democrat.) She was raised by a mother who ran all their regional domestic violence shelters in the pre-VAWA era. Lopez understands the issues and what’s important to people living through them. Little did she know, she would become a domestic violence victim, fighting to give Acts like VAWA real power to protect Americans as it should. You can find out more over at: ImmigrationFraud.com 7:35: Mike Hogan, owner of Rosario’s Italian Restaurant chats with Bill. We’ve some new developments on a portly man from Florida, who has filed a number of ADA lawsuits against a few Southern Oregon restaurants, Rosario’s included. We’ll talk about the latest goings-on about it. 8:10: Vincent Bryan, CEO of WHOOSHH Innovation of Seattle talks with Bill today. Rather than tear out the Klamath Dams, could we keep them in and economically protect the migrating fish, while moving them over the dams? Today, we’ll discuss his company’s revolutionary fish mover system, which is about 1/5th the cost of a conventional fish ladder. Check it out for yourself: WHOOSHH.com

Bill’s Guests: Tuesday, December 10, 2019

6:35: Autry Pruitt, Co-Founder of MAGA Black, and New Journey PAC CEO calls the show today. The 2020 presidential campaign will be the oddest in living memory, for reasons good and not. One factor will be the percentage of African Americans who vote to reelect the president, and a growing number of polls suggest a seismic shift among this segment of the population. Enter Rush Limbaugh Senior Producer James “Bo Snerdly” Golden and Autry Pruitt, who have launched their new MAGA Black initiative to educate black Americans on the Trump record and the principles of conservatism. Here is a background piece from the Washington Times: Rush Limbaugh producer ‘Bo Snerdley’ founds new PAC for black conservatives See more from Autry at: AutryPruitt.com 7:10: Greg Roberts, Mr. Outdoors from RogueWeather.com, calls in to bring to you the Tuesday, Outdoor Report. 8:10: Brad Bennington with the Builder’s Association of Southern Oregon joins Bill, live in studio this hour. Today, we’ll talk with Brad about and expensive change to home building rules. As part of the 2020 Oregon Residential Specialty Code adoption, the division will be adopting the 2020 Oregon Zero Energy Ready Residential Code (OZERRC). The OZERRC is a zero ready residential standard and is anticipated to be effective Oct. 1, 2020. Using U.S. Department of Energy guidance, Oregon will achieve strong energy savings for one- and two-family dwellings through an expedited, contractor supported review process. This action continues Oregon’s leadership in energy efficient building codes well into the next decade. The division anticipates providing the Residential and Manufactured Structures Board with a preliminary draft of the 2020 OZERRC standards at the April 1, 2020 board meeting. The board will then take public feedback on the agencies proposal. Click here to find out more. 8:35: Michael Zarosinski, Medford City Council Member from Ward 4 joins Bill in studio today. Today, we’ll chat with Michael about various issues affecting the city.
Monday, December 9, 2019 Bill is taking a vacation day today. He’ll return tomorrow, Tuesday, December 10, for more talk on the latest news and issues that affect you. Thank you for continuing to listen to KMED and KCMD.

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