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Listen, I would love to yank Kate Brown’s sorry behind out of office, but be smart about it. Many send me emails/articles/videos of people claiming Kate Brown (and others) are violating the Oregon constitution by accepting large out of state & district contributions. Yes, Oregon voters passed Measure 6 in 1994, which became Article 2, Section 22 of the OR constitution. (look it up) Only 10% of your money under Measure 6 could have come from out of district. BUT it was declared UNCONSTITUTIONAL in U.S. District Court, Vannatta v. Keisling. Here’s a link to the case.…/district-co…/FSupp/899/488/1670497/

The language is still in the constitution, but it is unenforceable. Certainly you can gather your law friends and file a lawsuit to try and overturn this, probably a higher bar to prevail after the Citizens United decision.

I’m putting this post up so that all will know the legal truths of the situation. People who read this case, and then continue to spread falsehoods, or vomit out the incomplete legal record because it fits their narrative, are “stuck on stupid”.

Bill’s Guests: Friday, July 12, 2019

6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government – weekly DC Swamp update, more at

7:10 Greg Roberts with, and the outdoor report, sponsored by Oregon Truck and Auto Authority, powered by LINE-X, on Airway Drive in Medford.

8:10 Suzanne Gallagher – Parents Rights in Education

Who’s the BULLY, NOW?
Parents’ RALLY to Defend Rights is interrupted by Junior ANTIFA members!

July 11, Noon, Pioneer Courthouse Square, Portland OREGON

A peaceful gathering of law abiding volunteers, turned into nothing less than criminal harassment dominated by a rag tag group of ANTIFA activists. While Parents’ Rights In Education (PRIE) members, a non-profit organization dedicated to defending parents’ rights to direct the education of their children, gathered on the steps of the Pioneer Courthouse Square, Portland, Oregon, waiting for an interview with KPTV12 reporter Debra Gill, they were attacked by the angry mob, Youth Liberation Front.

Because the PRIE group were attending a 9th Circuit hearing at the Pioneer Courthouse across the street from the public park, it seemed perfectly normal to plan a gathering there during the Noon hour, grab a bite to eat, and talk with the citizens about issues.

When another reporter, Marja Martinez arrived with her cameraman to conduct the interview, PRIE Director Suzanne Gallagher was attacked by masked men with blow horns shouting toxic transgender epithets.

Bill’s Guests: Thursday, July 11, 2019

7:10: State Senator Herman Baertschiger Jr. calls in for an update on the aftermath of the GOP walkout of the Legislative session.

Click here to view Senator Baertschiger’s Capitol webpage.

8:10: Mr. X, Research Guru, community activist, expert on enviro-whacko shenanigans and all around nice guy, joins Bill, live in studio.

Today, we’re talking global treaties, and the connections with our water and our dams. Also, where does Kate Brown gain authority to arrest “errant” legislators during the legislative session?

You can check out more from Mr. X’s vast reams of paper, over at his website:

Bill’s Guests: Wednesday, July 10, 2019

6:35 Transportation Talk with Eric Peters, automotive journalist at

7:35 State Representative Kim Wallan in studio, and we kick around the recent legislative session, and what to watch out for next.

8:35 Mike G. Marketing Director with the Britt Festival drops by the studio with a Britt Update.

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Bill’s Guests: Tuesday July 9, 2019

6:15 Jackson County Commissioner Colleen Roberts discusses her DC visit and talk with President Trump on forest fire and smoke issues.

Click here to view the video.

Colleen appears at time index 22:35

6:35 Andi Bueger, Founder of Beulah’s Place in Redmond talks with Bill today.

“I am living and leaving a positive legacy that can be adapted on any scale for the purpose of saving the future of our country, and that future is our youth.”

-Andi Bueger

Andi Buerger understands the young people she and her husband rescue. The co-founder of the national 501c3 nonprofit Beaulah’s Place was a victim of severe child abuse, and has since dedicated her life leading homeless teens away from sexual exploitation by criminals and predators. Her extraordinary work takes teens off the streets and into a stable schedule with a roof over their heads and viable employment.

Buerger and her husband, Ed, started the nonprofit in 2008 in their hometown of Redmond, Oregon.

“When we allow our children to be sold, to be used as a commodity, to be violated, persecuted, neglected, discarded and preyed upon by criminal influences, we deteriorate as a civilized community,” Andi Buerger said. “There is nothing civilized about using the weak, the innocent, the vulnerable for selfish gain. I am living and leaving a positive legacy that can be adapted on any scale for the purpose of saving the future of our country, and that future is our youth.”

Human trafficking is a $13 billion per year criminal enterprise in the U.S., making it second only to the illegal drug trade. Many teens who leave home are looking for a safety net from abuse, but are lured by traffickers with the promise of a hot meal and a place to sleep. The traffickers use these children until they can be used no more – until they are too sick to earn, or dead. An abused young person faces a path of drugs, sexual exploitation, homelessness and worst of all suicide.

“When our teens start working regularly, it provides not only financial compensation, but valuable structure for their lives,” Andi Bueger said. “Having something to get up for, show up for and do during the day or night greatly aids the independence they eventually acquire.”

Beulah’s Place began as a vision to feed these hungry and homeless teens on a daily basis. Andi Buerger’s primary focus and education tool is to engage these street teens and the daily work with law enforcement and District Attorney’s offices to better assess and serve vulnerable youth.

Andi Buerger escaped devastating conditions in her youth, and is a compelling advocate who provides victims and at-risk kids with homes, hot meals, jobs, healing and hope.

Beulah’s Place is made possible thanks to partnerships with other nonprofits, including Childhelp, Protect The Children, and Mothers Against Sexual Abuse.

7:10 Greg Roberts, Mr. Outdoors himself, joins Bill in studio for the Tuesday Outdoor Report and Fire Talk. So, what exactly is the state of our firefighting equipment level?

Greg will tell you his opinion from his firefighting experiences.

Don’t forget to check out his website:

Click here to view the statistics on Oregon’s firefighting equipment.

7:35 Commissioner Roberts interview replay

8:10 Jim Digerness joins Bill, live in studio to discuss theWalk to End Alzheimers.

8:35 Erik Stark, Medford City Council member from Ward 4, drops by the studio to discuss city issues and more.