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Wednesday 10-05-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Eric Peters, automotive journalist www.EpAutos.com

Some of what we discussed

Who Still Wants A Stick – https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/10/04/who-still-wants-a-stick/

2023 BMW k1600GTL review https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/10/04/2023-bmw-k1600-gtl/

The Time Tax https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/10/03/the-time-tax/

 

 

 

7:35, Mark Anderson is running for Mayor of Talent here’s a message on his candidacy and others running for City of Talent.

MarkAnderson_Newsletter_Sept23

 

Call Mark at 541-601-3550

 8:10 Dr. William E. Simpson II, naturalist and wild horse expert. Bill and I discuss the efforts to rebuild our herbivore populations….nature’s lawnmowers. Everything about Capt. Bill is here. www.WildHorseFireBrigade.org

 

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Tuesday 10-04-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Jeff Hays, Filmaker,

The Real Anthony Fauci

https://www.therealanthonyfaucimovie.com

Jeff Hays Films is the producer of such films, including On Native Soil (nominated for an Academy Award) FahrenHYPE 9/11, Quack, Doctored and many others.

This documentary will be out for FREE for the first ten days. Go sign up!

 

 

 

7:10 Emily McIntire GOP Candidate Emily McIntireCandidate HD56

https://voteemilymcintire.com/

 

 

7:35, Josephine County Commissioner Herman Baertschiger, talking timber funding, Dollar Mtn. property, usual irritation with the Daily Courier, etc.

 

 

 

 

8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers “Where Past Meets Present”. Dennis is a retired professor of business law from SOU, and has authored many historical novels and books. More at www.DennisPowersBooks.com

 

Central Point

By Dennis Powers

 

This town was so named because two pioneer wagon trails crossed at where it now exists. One of the roads ran north and south, linking the Willamette Valley with Southern Oregon, and the other led from Butte Falls and Sams Valley to Jacksonville, which was then the county seat. Until the railroad came through in the 1880s, the wagon trains and stagecoaches made their slow way over muddy paths during the rains, but that were as hard as cement under a hot summer’s sun.

 

Isaac Constant was a pioneer who settled there in 1852, and he is credited with naming the hub “Central Point,” as an appropriate observation. The Magruder brothers followed in building a store there, and when the post office was established in the spring of 1872, the town became officially known as Central Point. The coming of the railroad cemented its permanence.

           

When the townsfolks heard that the California & Oregon Railroad would bypass it, enterprising landowners made a deal. They agreed to give a right-of-way with the railroad to build its tracks over their land. In return, these owners relocated Central Point there, and the township flourished with the station depot in the middle of its main street.

 

Sharing its southern border with Medford, it incorporated as a city in 1889. Over time, Central Point followed the regional ups-and-downs as Southern Oregon did: part of the 1900’s boom and bust of orchards, followed by the “Roaring Twenties,” and then the Great Depression.

 

In an enterprising move, farmers in the Valley invested $10 each in 1934 to form a cooperative. By joining together, they could pool their produce for better prices, secure a lower price for livestock feed, and purchase needed equipment, supplies, and feed at bulk prices. Today and decades later, the Grange Co-op has grown into a multi-million dollar business in different locations. Rising 135 feet above Central Point, its grain elevator is an imposing landmark that is the tallest manmade structure in Southern Oregon.

           

The Jackson County Expo also moved to its present 200-acre location in Central Point. It offers a wide range of activities from the annual Jackson County Fair, rodeos, music events, and Harvest Fair to the Hot Air Balloon Festival, Christmas fairs, and other activities throughout the year.

 

As streets and highways replaced the old wagon roads, the town still retained its central locationand it’s now a hub for tourists and residents alike, both here and over the busy I-5 corridor.

 

Sources: Alice Mullaly, “Central Point vs. the Railroad,” Jefferson Public Radio: As It Was,” January 25, 2010; Mail Tribune, “Central Point was Wagon Roads Hub,” August 12, 2009; Dennis Powers, Where Past Meets Present, Ashland, Oregon: Hellgate Press, 2017 (“Central Point,” Pp. 385-386).

 

 

Bill Meyer Guest Info and Show Blog 9/19 to 9/30/22

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Friday 9-30-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans For Limited Government – www.dailytorch.com

We talk about his latest – Biden’s incapacity a threat to the world?

https://dailytorch.com/2022/09/is-bidens-incapacity-now-a-threat-to-the-world/

 

 

7:10 Greg Roberts, www.RogueWeather.com with the Outdoor Report

 

7:35 Dr. Glenn Gumaer discuss his update on the Red Light Camera controversy in Medford. He goes to court against the city Wednesday 10/5.

8:10 Farm Services Agency Rep Glenn Archambault talks over the state of our food supply chain, threats from Hurricane Ian, How much more expensive will groceries be in the near future?

 

 

 

Thursday 9-29-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Dr. Michael Busler, Ph.D., is a public policy analyst, economics expert and a professor of finance at Stockton University in New Jersey. He is a featured columnist at Newsmax, The Hill, The Western Journal, and Townhall.com.

Find him on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/fundingdemocracy

We talk economics today:

Market losses at $9 trillion could affect consumer spending

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7:35 State Senator Dennis Linthicum, talking the Gubernatorial election, and his conservative rating. Here’s his latest newsletter:

 

If Not Conservative,  What … ??

The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) has a Center for Legislative Accountability (CLA), which is the premier organization for holding lawmakers accountable. The CLA produces the longest-running conservative congressional scorecard. Their state program is the only one in the nation that scores all 8,000 lawmakers in the 50 states across every policy area.

Last week I received CLA’s highest score for the Oregon Legislature. I am honored to receive the award for the “Most Conservative Legislator in Oregon.” Only 7 Oregon lawmakers earned awards from CPAC for their conservative ratings of 80% or above, while 45 Oregon Democrat party lawmakers earned CPAC’s “Coalition of the Radical Left” award for ratings of 10% or  below. 

You can see their vote tally here:  Oregon Lawmaker Scorecard or download the PDF guide.

My legislative record allows you to see some of the principles that motivate my thoughts. At the most fundamental level, my voting record aligns with our Founders’ vision for this so-called American experiment.

The big-ticket item is our unalienable rights. Every individual’s right to Life, Liberty and their own just pursuits should be a sacred, undebatable, unalienable, and indefeasible right. Yet, the Left often argues that when seeking the  “common good” more importance should be given to the state than to individual people. We must never reject the idea that we have been endowed with rights that can never be stripped from us by a truly just government. Otherwise, our culture will fall prey to injustice under the guise of justice.

We all can clearly see the shortcomings arising from the false promises of the political elites. Whether they are tax and spend destructionists, defund-the-police anarchists, clean-energy hypocrites, big-government cronies, menstruating men, or drag-queen story-hour proponents their efforts will leave your family embattled in cultural turmoil, higher prices, more regulations, and fewer opportunities.

As “conservatives” we must fight for conserving and preserving the ideals of our founders’, our history, freedoms, education, logic, science, traditional values, culture and prosperity.

I appreciate you and your unfailing support for our Constitutional rights and freedoms. Thank you for standing with me as we continue our struggle to secure the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our posterity. 

 
 

8:45 Open For Business with Ken McLean from Prestige Senior Living Arbor Place. www.PrestigeCanHelp.com

 

Ken and Bill talk about ways to communicate better with people suffering from memory or cognitive decline.

-If a loved one is living with cognitive decline, it’s important they retain a sense of value and belonging in their relationships.

-A critical way of encouraging that is ensuring they remain part of conversations and social events, but with that comes adjustments for loved ones.

-Among the things you can do to help ensure someone with cognitive decline remains included in conversations and gatherings:

  • Minimize distractions in their company

When you’re having a conversation, turn off the TV, radio or any music that may be playing and allow the focus to be on the conversation.

  • Don’t interrupt or finish a thought

As someone is telling a story, they may grasp for details or repeat themselves. Allow them space to do so – interrupting them or jumping in to finish their story can be discouraging and make them reluctant to try again in the future.

  • Ask direct questions

People with cognitive decline can struggle with open-ended questions. For instance, asking ‘What would you like to do today?’ forces them to consider options and try to come to a decision. Instead, ask “Would you like to go for a walk?” or offer another activity they enjoy. Yes or no questions help direct their focus.

  • Stay upbeat

It can be difficult watching a loved one struggle to remember names, details or shared memories. That said, they’ll be able to pick up on any sadness, frustration or negativity through your facial expressions and body language. Always try to focus on the positive.

  • Recognize when a break would be welcome

If you sense frustration creeping in, change the topic in conversation, or suggest a different activity – maybe a walk or a change of location. You can even just lean in for a hug or take their hand for support.

-At Prestige Senior Living Arbor Place, we have resources available to help you and your loved one through the journey of cognitive decline, and our team is here to help.

– At our website, you can download a free guide that covers a wide variety of topics related to cognitive health, including information about the different stages of memory loss, advice for those living with cognitive decline and their caregivers, tips on tending to mental health, cognitive assessments, memory games and much more. 

-To download our free guide to cognitive health, visit prestigecanhelp.com.

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Wednesday 9-28-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

 

6:20 CHEF JET TILA, Co-Host of the Halloween Cookie Challenge Monday nights on FOOD NETWORK.

 

Tila grew up in his family’s restaurant kitchens and markets in Los Angeles, home to the world’s largest Thai population outside of Thailand. As a boy, he spent time learning the ancient traditions of Asian cuisine from his Cantonese grandmother and working in the famed Bangkok Market, which opened in 1972, and Royal Thai restaurant, which opened in 1978. “I call it birth luck,” he says. “I was born into the ‘first family’ of Thai food in Los Angeles. My parents came here separately in 1966 and went on to open the first restaurants and grocery stores in this country and I was the kid doing homework in the back corner of the restaurant.”

Tila’s current and future projects promise to bring him and his culinary skills to more prominence. He is currently working with the Compass Group to open Modern Asian Kitchen, a fast-casual Pan-Asian concept with locations nationwide, and is branching out on his own to open Kuma Snowcream, a shaved-ice concept launching in Las Vegas in spring 2013-the product of which he says is “like fresh, powdered snow, but that is creamy and tastes like ice cream.” “At this point, I am interested in creating concepts, not just one-offs,” he says. “I am and always will be a chef, but I am also always interested in new ways to combine cooking, business, and communication, since I enjoy all of them as much as I enjoy teaching people about where I come from through my food.” Tila currently lives in Los Angeles with wife, Allison, their two children, as well as two dogs.

6:35 Eric Peters at www.EpAutos.com with today’s “Wheels Up Wednesday” articles including:

ESCAPE FROM FLORIDA (OR NOT)  https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/09/28/escape-from-florida-or-not/

NOT SO FAST, OJ – https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/09/28/not-so-fast-oj/

 

7:35 Dr. Jane Orient M.D., executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons – www.AAPSonline.org  We talk about the attempt to “Normalize” the explosion of myocarditis in young children receiving Covid vaccines.

 

8:15 Prof. John Ellis –  More on John: www.encounterbooks.com/authors/john-m-ellis/

John M. Ellis, a professor at the University of California at Santa Cruz, recounted 50 years of frustration in his 2020 book, “The Breakdown of Higher Education: How It Happened, the Damage It Does, and What Can Be Done.” Ellis declared that “campuses are now miserable caricatures of what they once were” and called for repression as the answer. He demanded “the removal of radical activists who politicize classrooms” and urged state legislatures to “investigate and then cancel funding for departments that are found to be hopelessly corrupted.” When colleges and universities have so willfully ignored the purposes for which their independence was granted and have corrupted themselves beyond their ability to self-repair, only outside intervention can restore them to the purpose for which they were created. [more…]

Here’s an article illustrating what Prof. Ellis says you can’t let the “Woke” get away with…the claim that pulling back on woke violates academic freedom.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/made-by-history/2022/09/26/conservatives-repress-free-speech-campuses/

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 Tuesday 9-27-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 China Analyst/Tech Advisor Scott Spacek, author of the thriller China Hand
Rumors of Chairman Xi Coup? We discuss that and more.

Scott Spacek, author of China Hand. Originally from Cleveland, Scott Spacek has lived in China for most of the last two decades, working as a technology executive and advisor to leading corporations and governmental organizations. He attended Harvard University and speaks Mandarin Chinese. Teaching at an elite university in Beijing after college provided revealing details for CHINA HAND, his first novel.

INSPIRED BY ACTUAL EVENTS: When a high-ranking Chinese general wants to defect to the US, the CIA tries to recruit a recent Harvard grad teaching at a Beijing university to exfiltrate the man’s daughter – a treacherous operation that could shape the balance of power for decades.

The whole debacle was classified and buried. Until now.

It’s 1998, and China’s political and military leaders are torn by ideological divisions. Amid these seething rivalries, Andrew Callahan arrives in Beijing fresh out of Harvard, planning to spend an adventurous year studying Mandarin and teaching at the renowned International Affairs University. The IAU is known as a training ground for diplomats and spies. But Andrew has no idea that his budding relationship with the attractive and self-assured dean’s assistant, Lily Jiang, will also entangle him in a conspiratorial web of worldwide proportions.

A CIA officer approaches Andrew and informs him that Lily’s father is a top Chinese general caught in a power struggle. The general wants to defect but won’t do so without his wife and daughter. Even more shocking is that the Agency needs Andrew’s assistance for Lily to evade round-the-clock surveillance and escape to the US.

If Andrew agrees, he’ll face lethal odds against China’s ruthless security services to help pull off one of the greatest intelligence coups in American history. If he refuses, it could cost Lily and her family their lives.

Set against the backdrop of a beautiful culture at a turbulent time, China Hand is the story of a reluctant spy and a mission whose deadly consequences continue to reverberate today.

  https://posthillpress.com/book/china-hand

  https://www.facebook.com/PostHillPress

  https://twitter.com/posthillpress

 

 

7:10 Bob Hart – discussing tonight’s SB762 meeding. (From Bob) We are conducting a meeting Tuesday -27 night starting at 5:30 at the Medford library to update people on SB 762 Wildfire The State release a new time frame to bring the map back on March 1, 2023. The issues like Defensive Space and Building Codes are still being finalized. We will provide comment cards to oppose the bill at it was adopted.  I will call in to talk about this in the morning. I would appreciate if you can announce this meeting a few times in the morning. We will also have Colleen Roberts, Kim Wallan, Randy Sparacino to make a few remarks about this legislation.

7:35 Josephine County Commissioner

8:35 Donice Smith, Constitution Party Nominee for Oregon Governor – https://www.donicesmithfororegon.com/

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Monday 9-26-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

7:10 Mr. Outdoors, Greg Roberts from www.RogueWeather.com and today’s Outdoor Report.

 

7:35 Kevin Starrett, Oregon Firearms Federation, and an update on Measure 114. Join the fight here – https://stop114.com/  and more about Kevin at www.OregonFirearms.org

 

 

8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers, with this week’s “Where Past Meets Present”. More about Dr. Powers at www.DennisPowersBooks.com

 

The City of Phoenix

By Dennis Powers

The first resident of what later became Phoenix was Samuel Colver, who in 1851 took out a donation land claim. He built a cabin on what is presently Highway 99 in Phoenix. With the discovery of gold in Jacksonville, miners and settlers came into the Rogue Valley in numbers, including around where Colver had his land. In 1854, he laid out the town, which was known then as Gasburg.

As the story goes, numbers of young bachelors were in the town and working at the local flour mill, but with very few young, marriageable women. Kate Clayton was helping to cook for the men at the mill and had different admirers. She was about twenty years old, but had a remarkable ability to carry on different conversations with her smitten men, while she was cooking at the same time. Owing to her skills at conversation and not missing an order, she received the nickname of “Gassy Kate.” When the men were deciding on the name for the town, the men came to naming it after Kate as “Gasburg.”

The owner of the grist mill was Sylvester Wait, who was also an agent for the Phoenix Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut. When the post office was established at the mill in 1857, he took the large metal, insurance-company plate and attached it to the front of his building as the name of the post office. Although it took time for the residents to stop calling the town as Gasburg, it eventually took the name of the post office of Phoenix.

When the railroad came through in 1884, Phoenix was on the line and a possible nominee for the county seat. Nearby Medford won the nod and became the county seat and largest city in Jackson County. The city of Phoenix was incorporated in 1910 when the area’s Orchard Boom was taking place.

Phoenix was and still is centrally located in being close to Medford. Residents lived in homes built over time and commuted to jobs that changed from lumbering, orchards, and agriculture to technology, medical, tourism, and more service oriented. It still retains the charm of those yesteryears.

Sources: Dennis Powers, “Where Past Meets Present,” Ashland, Oregon: Hellgate Press, 2017 (Pp. 383-384); Tammy Asnicar, “Next Stop: Gasburg?”, Mail Tribune, April 24, 2016, at History of Towns (inc. Phoenix); “Phoenix, Oregon: History of the City,” at City of Phoenix: History.

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THURSDAY 9-22-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information, Day 2 of “Hold Their Feet to the Fire” Live in Washington DC.

6:15 Dan Stein, President of FAIR, Federation for American Immigration Reform discusses the state of immigration and where we “find ourselves”. 

 6:35  – John and Jobeth Ladd  Arizona Cattle Ranchers

The Ladd’s are fourth generation ranchers that live in Arizona along the Mexico border. Border Patrol has caught over a half million illegal aliens on their property in the last 30 years. Their ranch spans ten and a half miles of the border with Mexico.

For the past 16 months they have rented a portion of their ranch as a lay down area to the contractor building the border fence. They have been interviewed by many news outlets in the United States along with ones from countries around the globe.

7:10 – Chris Chmielenski Deputy Director, Numbers USA

Chris Chmielenski is the deputy director of Numbers USA, the nation’s largest grassroots immigration-reduction organization with more than 8 million participants in all 435 congressional districts. Numbers USA provides a civil forum for Americans of all political and ethnic backgrounds to focus on a single issue, the numerical level of U.S. immigration. You’ll want to interview Chris to talk numbers – how to choose the right number of authorized immigrants in future years, numerical limits on family chain migration, and reducing the numbers of illegal immigrants in the country.

 

 

 

7:35  – Spencer Raley FAIR Director of Research/Spokesperson

Educating the public on the harmful impact and cost of mass immigration is FAIR’s primary mission. To that end, Spencer spearheads the organization’s vast research efforts and is an all-around go-to expert for the media. But if you want to know specifically what the actual costs are nationally or in your state, that’s his forte. And by the time radio row occurs, he will have just completed a unique study into what impact Biden’s Border Crisis is having in your kid’s school by way of massive Limited English Proficiency (LEP) increases.

11:10  Ken Cuccinelli Senior Fellow at Center for Renewing America and Former Department of Homeland Security Deputy Secretary.

What does immigration in the national interest look like? Ask Ken Cuccinelli, who served first as the acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and then as the acting deputy secretary for the Department of Homeland Security 7 during the Trump administration. In this capacity, one of Ken’s guiding principles was that “America’s immigration system is first and foremost, for the benefit of America.”

During his tenure, Ken oversaw changes to enhance protections for American workers and the American public, including reforms to the public charge rule, tightening of foreign guest worker programs, more robust naturalizations standards and improvements to the adjustment of status process. Ken also served as a leading spokesman for the administration on immigration, election security and homeland security issues, and was appointed by the president to serve as an original member of the Coronavirus Task Force upon the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic.

11:35 – Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government – A live weekly DC Swamp Update, live from the swamp itself. (This Time) 

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Wednesday 9-21-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information, Day 1 of “Hold Their Feet to the Fire” Live in Washington DC.

6:35 – Steve Camarota – Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), Director of Research

One of Washington’s top experts on the demographics of immigration, Dr. Camarota can discuss demographic trends, the census and the cost of refugee resettlement among other issues. He serves as the Director of Research for the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), a Washington, D.C.-based research institute that examines the consequences of legal and illegal immigration on the United States. The Center promotes an informed debate on comprehensive immigration reform by providing policymakers, academics, media, and citizens with fact-based information on immigration.

Dr. Camarota was the lead researcher on a contract with the Census Bureau examining the quality of immigrant data used in the American Community Survey.

7:10 Dan Carter  – Pro-English Director of Government Relations

Curious about why English should be preserved as the common language in the U.S. and whether or not it should be made the official language of the nation? Dan L. Carter, director of government relations for ProEnglish, is responsible for advancing the goals of ProEnglish on Capitol Hill and among state and local governments. As a former public liaison to Secretary Elaine Chao during the George W. Bush Administration, Dan understands how Washington works and what needs to happen to make English the nation’s official language. www.proenglish.org

7:35 – Robert Spenser, Director, Jihad Watch & Bestselling author

jihadwatch.org

With the implosion of the American presence in Afghanistan, what new threats does America face from radical Islam and the global jihadist mentality? We are entering a whole new world, and nobody can provide a clearer picture of this than Robert Spencer, director of Jihad Watch, a program of the David Horowitz Freedom Center.

Spencer is the author of 23 books, including the bestsellers The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades), The Truth About Muhammad, The History of Jihad, and Did Muhammad Exist? He is a former consultant for the FBI and the US military.

8:10  – Lora Ries, Director of Heritage’s Border Security and Immigration Center at The Heritage Foundation.

Lora is director of the Border Security and Immigration Center at The Heritage Foundation. She has over 25 years’ experience in the immigration and homeland security arena. Ries twice worked at the Department of Homeland Security on management and immigration policy and operations issues, most recently as the Acting Deputy Chief of Staff.

8:35 Congressman Cliff Bentz talks with Bill about his take on the illegal immigration issue, plus the struggles for political power in the House, the upcoming midterm elections and other issues.

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Monday 9-19-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Dick Morris, More info on Dick: www.dickmorris.com

New York Times Censors Dick Morris Book on Trump

The New York Times’ bestsellers list appears to be censoring Newsmax host Dick Morris and his new bestseller, The Return: Trump’s Big 2024 Comeback. “The Return” is topping several bestseller lists, including Amazon, Publisher’s Weekly, and others, but is nowhere to be found on the Times’ nonfiction list. Based on retail sales compiled by Bookscan for the week of Aug. 28, “The Return” should be No. 4 on the Times’ list. [more…]

Trump Docs Could Be Used Against FBI in 2023

By Dick Morris

My top predictions about the Mar-a-Lago documents:

  • U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon’s decision to grant the Trump team’s special master request will be sustained, after the DOJ appeal.
  • There won’t be enough incriminating documents to formally indict Trump in a grand-jury setting.
  • The Republicans will claim the majority in the House and Senate chambers for the upcoming midterm elections (Nov. 8).
  • Starting as early as January 2023, House GOP investigators will put the FBI and DOJ under further scrutiny, in terms of explaining or justifying the FBI’s Aug. 8 raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, along with the House hearings on the Jan. 6, 2021 unrest at the Capitol.

The Mar-a-Lago documents will be Exhibits A, B, and C in the case against the FBI. Regarding the document dispute, Morris believes Trump’s legal team has a strong case of historical precedent on their side – due to the wide-ranging scope of the Presidential Records Act. [more…]

Dick’s #1 bestselling book, The Return: Trump’s Big 2024 Comeback.

“‘The Return’ is a fantastic political analysis of what very well may be taking place in the not-too-distant future. Dick Morris is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, who is also a true political pro. Great book, get it now!” said Pres. Trump on Truth Social.

 

 

7:10 John Furnish, one of the parents at last week’s Medford 549C School Board meeting regarding the hiring of the non-binary 1st grade teacher at a local elementary school.                       

 

7:35 Tammi and Tomas Garcia share the tragic story of their son Alex, who recently died from an overdose of Fentanyl.

 

 

8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers, with this week’s “Where Past Meets Present”. More about Dr. Powers at www.DennisPowersBooks.com

 

 

The City of Rogue River

By Dennis Powers

 

The town owes its start to a card shark named Davis “Coyote” Evans, who built cabins and a ferry in 1851 to cross the Rogue River near where Evans Creek poured into the Rogue. A swinging footbridge was later built for prospectors to cross at “Tailholt” for the gold on Evans Creek.

As the story goes, if miners couldn’t pay the toll to cross the river, they crossed by pulling their horse into the river, then grabbing its tail to hold on as it swam across. Thus, the name given to the tiny settlement was Tailholt. Some feel that the name meant more than crossing the Rogue. “Tailholt” could also mean, to some, that the settlers had found a tough life, but it was more dangerous to let go, having made a “tail-hold” there: A tailholt was better than no holt at all.’”

Building a home and store of boards milled on Evans Creek in the early 1870s, John Woods picked the location at Tailholt. This was not only where people and mail were dropped off for the prospectors working Evans Creek, but also where folks crossed the Rogue for the other side. Although it wasn’t an official stage stop, Woods kept an extra team of horses for the stage line.

As the industrious Woods ran his general store and added a post office, people stayed at the location. Establishing the post office in his home in 1876 as the town’s first postmaster, he named the town as Woodville. When the Oregon & California Railroad came there, set up a station stop, the next stop being Gold Hill, Woodville gained in importance in 1884.

With nearby Medford and undergoing the early-1900s Orchard Boom, the first bridge to allow wagons, buggies, and teams to cross to the other side was constructed in 1909. The residents then decided in 1912 a new name would be better and voted for its incorporation as the City of Rogue River.

Mr. H.B. Taylor in 1910 bought John Wood’s place. Tearing down the old structure, he replaced it with a new one named the Waldorf Rooms Hotel. The hotel was a popular place for not only the “drummers” (the salesmen traveling over the railroad line), but for tourists and passers-by, alike.

As sawmills and farming gave way to tourism and commuting for work, the Rogue River Rooster Crow started up in 1953 to publicize the city. Since that time, its National Rooster Crow Championship has been held on the last Saturday in June. The three-day festival kicks off on Friday with a dinner at the Rogue River Community Center and ends on Sunday with an antique and “sporty” car show.

A five-minute drive from its downtown, Orin Palmerton had operated a plant and tree nursery with many domestic and exotic trees that eventually became the property of the city. Rogue River maintains this beautiful setting with Evans Creek on one side as part of its park system. Palmerton Park is an arboretum (a place for the study and exhibit of trees) with 96 distinct tree specimens, including pines from Japan, cedars from the Mediterranean, and large coastal redwoods native to the Pacific Northwest.

Buildings and brides were replaced. For example, the Waldorf became the Walling Old Inn after World War II; Gulf Oil bought the Inn in 1967, tore it down, and built a service station. Located in the Hatch House constructed in 1909, the Woodville Museum in Rogue River opened in 1986 with numerous, interesting exhibits about the town’s life. The bridge over the river was replaced in 1950, and then again in 2006. This project attracted national attention, as the designers employed a “slow slide” to move the 550-ton, 300-foot long bridge into its final position.

Located some 20 miles northwest of Medford on I-5, it has survived the Rogue River floods of 1955 and 1964. Over 100 years later, the city of Rogue River is still known for its fishing, rafting, and beautiful scenery along the river, not to mention its history and future.

Sources: Bill Miller, “Keeping a ‘tailholt’ attitude,” Mail Tribune, January 17, 2010; Cleve Twitchell, “A Woodville, A Rogue River or a Tailholt by any other Name,” Mail Tribune, February 10, 1991, at On Tailholt; Randy Johnson, “City of Rogue River: The City of Rogue River’s Centennial Year,” at Centennial Video.       

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Friday 09-16-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government, www.DailyTorch.com and www.GetLiberty.org

 

DC Swamp Update time – Rick’s latest – https://dailytorch.com/2022/09/mccarthy-and-mcconnell-need-to-fight-now-or-lose-later/

 

 

7:10 Greg Roberts, “Mr. Outdoors” from www.RogueWeather.com with today’s Outdoor Report.

 

 

7:35 Dr. John Zmirak senior editor from the STREAM  www.Stream.org

Is the Trump Movement Like Syria’s Kurds, an Indispensible Ally for Christians?

By John Zmirak Published on September 12, 2022

John Zmirak

This is the last installment of my long-term series examining the links between the Christian worldview, resistance to tyranny, and the gun rights ensconced at the heart of the American Bill of Rights. In the last column, I told the tragic story of the ancient Christian community in Iraq.

READ MORE: https://stream.org/is-the-trump-movement-like-syrias-kurds-an-indispensible-ally-for-christians/

 

 

8:10 Jeff Bermant, Founder and CEO of TUSK, what he claims is the world’s first truly free speech based browser. Find out more at www.TuskBrowser.com and we talk about the drive to restore free speech to high tech, and how his larger plans include developing a search engine that doesn’t censor conservative views.

First, and most importantly, TUSK founder, Jeff Bermant is a Patriot who loves the United States of America with all his heart. That’s why he’s putting his money where his mouth is in founding TUSK.

Jeff has taken Mark Levin’s call to action seriously. When asked “What should I do right now?’, Levin replied, “…You should get involved right now.”

After graduating from USC with a major in U.S. history, Jeff Bermant founded one of the largest real estate development groups in Santa Barbara, California before his passion led him into the digital world of browser development with products like Cocoon VPN and Cocoon MyData Rewards.

An entrepreneur with over thirteen years in the field of browser development, combined with his deep love of America, Jeff Bermant is the right person at the right time in history to effect change.

About TUSK:

The first and only “Freedom First” Web Browser with Uncensored News.  Built from the ground up to ensure Conservatives can access the stories that matter. With TUSK, you choose the media outlets you trust so you can browse a news feed with the most relevant stories for you, by you.

Your web browsing with HTTP is not encrypted and is vulnerable to attackers who are eavesdropping and can gain access to website databases and sensitive information. TUSK forces sites to use HTTPS connections when available, protecting your data from prying eyes. These encrypted connections, on both the client and server sides, ensures data security over the network, especially public networks like Wi-Fi.

We are working on our own search, providing an alternative to the search engines that exist today. We are working on something designed by Conservatives, for Conservatives. And since we don’t censor anyone, you will always have a choice to use whatever search you like

www.Tuskbrowser.com  

 

8:35 Terry Haines, Chairman of the Rogue Chapter of the Non-Commissionerd Officers Association. October 8th is the next VeteRUN and he’s looking for runners, sponsors, and find out more at https://ncoarogue.org/event/veterun/

Bill Meyer Show Blog and Guest Information 9/12 to 9/16/2022

Email Bill Meyer, Podcasts on BillMeyerShow.com

Bill Meyer’s Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/BillMeyerShow

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MONDAY 09-12-22 PODCASTS 6AM7AM8AM

TUESDAY 09-13-22 PODCASTS 6AM7AM8AM

WEDNESDAY 09-14-22 PODCASTS 6AM7AM8AM

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Friday 09-16-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government, www.DailyTorch.com and www.GetLiberty.org

 

DC Swamp Update time – Rick’s latest – https://dailytorch.com/2022/09/mccarthy-and-mcconnell-need-to-fight-now-or-lose-later/

 

 

7:10 Greg Roberts, “Mr. Outdoors” from www.RogueWeather.com with today’s Outdoor Report.

 

 

7:35 Dr. John Zmirak senior editor from the STREAM  www.Stream.org

Is the Trump Movement Like Syria’s Kurds, an Indispensible Ally for Christians?

By John Zmirak Published on September 12, 2022

John Zmirak

This is the last installment of my long-term series examining the links between the Christian worldview, resistance to tyranny, and the gun rights ensconced at the heart of the American Bill of Rights. In the last column, I told the tragic story of the ancient Christian community in Iraq.

READ MORE: https://stream.org/is-the-trump-movement-like-syrias-kurds-an-indispensible-ally-for-christians/

 

 

8:10 Jeff Bermant, Founder and CEO of TUSK, what he claims is the world’s first truly free speech based browser. Find out more at www.TuskBrowser.com and we talk about the drive to restore free speech to high tech, and how his larger plans include developing a search engine that doesn’t censor conservative views.

First, and most importantly, TUSK founder, Jeff Bermant is a Patriot who loves the United States of America with all his heart. That’s why he’s putting his money where his mouth is in founding TUSK.

Jeff has taken Mark Levin’s call to action seriously. When asked “What should I do right now?’, Levin replied, “…You should get involved right now.”

After graduating from USC with a major in U.S. history, Jeff Bermant founded one of the largest real estate development groups in Santa Barbara, California before his passion led him into the digital world of browser development with products like Cocoon VPN and Cocoon MyData Rewards.

An entrepreneur with over thirteen years in the field of browser development, combined with his deep love of America, Jeff Bermant is the right person at the right time in history to effect change.

About TUSK:

The first and only “Freedom First” Web Browser with Uncensored News.  Built from the ground up to ensure Conservatives can access the stories that matter. With TUSK, you choose the media outlets you trust so you can browse a news feed with the most relevant stories for you, by you.

Your web browsing with HTTP is not encrypted and is vulnerable to attackers who are eavesdropping and can gain access to website databases and sensitive information. TUSK forces sites to use HTTPS connections when available, protecting your data from prying eyes. These encrypted connections, on both the client and server sides, ensures data security over the network, especially public networks like Wi-Fi.

We are working on our own search, providing an alternative to the search engines that exist today. We are working on something designed by Conservatives, for Conservatives. And since we don’t censor anyone, you will always have a choice to use whatever search you like

www.Tuskbrowser.com  

 

8:35 Terry Haines, Chairman of the Rogue Chapter of the Non-Commissionerd Officers Association. October 8th is the next VeteRUN and he’s looking for runners, sponsors, and find out more at https://ncoarogue.org/event/veterun/

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Thursday 09-15-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

7:10 Armin Brott, aka Mr. Dad, is a spokesman for the Men’s Health Network. He is author of The New Father: A Dad’s Guide to The Toddler Years, a nationally published columnist on manhood and fatherhood, and Host of ‘Positive Parenting,’ a weekly talk show.

  
Thousands of American moms taking psychedelic mushrooms to cope with the stress of parenting

 

 

 

  https://mrdad.com/

 

  https://www.facebook.com/MrDad/

 

  https://twitter.com/mrdad

 

 

 

7:35 Mr. X is in studio and we discuss the controversy at Griffin Creek Elementary School, the non-binary teacher in 1st Grade class, and how parents should approach sharing their concerns with the board. Mr. X makes it clear that much of these policies are “Consensus Process”, meaning the parents need to make it clear that THEY’RE the number one “Stakeholder” in the educational process. Here’s some searches Ed conducted, and you can educate yourself on this by following the links:

 

https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/edlabs/regions/northwest/partnerships/orlc.asp

 

https://oregonearlylearning.com/PreKCheckin

 

https://oregonearlylearning.com/PreKCheckin#1660863645488-80fbf73b-d9d5

 

https://oregonearlylearning.com/raise-up-oregon

 

https://www.oregon.gov/ode/students-and-family/SpecialEducation/earlyintervention/Pages/oeci.aspx

 

“Families have the right to enter into relationships with early care and education providers trusting their child will be welcomed, loved, and seen in all of their human dignity, including their culture, race or disability.”

 

Early Learning Transition Check-In:
A Collaborative Engagement with Community”

 

“Project Goals

  • Incorporate anti-racist practices in assessment approach
  • Elevate community voice in assessment design 
  • Strengthen connections between families and educators
  • Inform early learning and care programs, practices, and policies
  • Improve efforts to meet the needs of Oregon children and families “

 

“The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) and Oregon Early Learning Division (ELD) are collaborating with communities across the state to redesign the Oregon Kindergarten Assessment (OKA). The redesigned tool will support anti-racist practices and a whole-child approach, fostering a safe and supportive environment in which Oregon’s young children and families can learn and thrive.”

 

 

 

search criteria :   medford oregon school disrict oregon department of education stakeholder engagement griffin creek equity inclusion

 

 

https://www2.ed.gov/programs/titleiparta/equitable/orequityplan113015.pdf

 

https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/edlabs/regions/northwest/pdf/education-stakeholders-or.pdf

 

 

 

 

https://www.oregon.gov/ode/students-and-family/equity/equityinitiatives/Pages/default.aspx

 

 

Parent and Community Engagement

Successful schools have parents and community members as active, engaged partners. This is not easy in a school with high poverty levels. However, these schools make it a priority to reach out to diverse communities and to develop fresh, innovative strategies to bring parents as partners into schools. Community engagement is particularly vital in low income schools where the school often provides medical, dental, housing, and financial referrals for families in need. Strong community partners provide additional funding, volunteer hours, and support for schools serving some of our most at risk kids.”

 

https://www.oregon.gov/ode/students-and-family/equity/equityinitiatives/Pages/default.aspx

 

scroll down to 

Related Equity Pages click on Equity Unit Home

https://www.lblesd.k12.or.us/media/2022/04/OECI-overview.pdf

 

“All learning environments for young children and their families should be inclusive, culturally responsive, and

identity affirming”



“We’re Beginning in Early Care and Education Programs

and Classrooms This Fall!”

 

 

 

 

 

https://www.lblesd.k12.or.us/2022/04/14/ei-ecse-partners-with-the-oregon-early-childhood-inclusion-initiative/

 

 

 

https://oregonearlylearning.com/new-report-reveals-community-partnerships-are-key-in-advancing-equity-and-inclusion-for-children-under-five-experiencing-disabilities/

 

https://oregonearlylearning.com/

 

 

 

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INFORMATION ON RON SMITH’S SB762 MEETING:

Learn about options we have to UNDO SB762 Protect your Private property. Work towards solutions. Stand up and Fight back United. It is tomorrow, Thursday, 9/15/22 6:30 to 8:30pm at the Josephine County Fairgrounds in Grants Pass.

 

Wednesday 09-14-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Eric Peters, auto journalist at www.epautos.com

Here’s a small sample of what we discussed:

It’s NOT about the mileage – https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/09/13/its-not-about-gas-mileage/

 

The Symbol of their party – https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/09/13/the-symbol-of-their-party/

 

 

 

7:35 State Senator Dennis Linthicum via Skype – The Grand Jury Request that has been made to get to the bottom of the Covid info, some would call it “fraud”.

 

More at

www.BeyondtheCon.com

 

Also, text CDC data to 52886 to sign the Grand Jury petition and join the fight.

 

 

Your Dog Ate What?

 

Most of us simply want the truth, the honest facts. 

People are looking for answers to their questions regarding COVID, man-made mRNA biological injectables, climate change, inflation, debt, regulatory over-reach and the whole nine yards of censored fabric that gets laid down as domesticated truth.

We intuitively know that our world is filled with trade-offs and we weigh them in making our own decisions. We try to avoid any absurd rules, unnecessary obstacles, and purposely unclear and contradictory mandates. Most of which, in turn, motivates us toward silly workarounds based on the illiberal rules, obfuscations and obstacles that are laid down in our respective pathways. 

It is an endless circle. However, legitimate breakthroughs do occur. 

Take for example, the recent advances that Senator Thatcher and I, along with Dr. Henry Ealy, obtained with our petition to the United States District Court for the District of Oregon – Portland Division. As many are aware, we petitioned for a Grand Jury investigation with regard to potential willful misconduct and criminal negligence by key-players within the overgrown federal public health bureaucracy.

Watch our lively interview to get a 30 min. crash course on every citizen’s right to petition for a Grand Jury investigation as well as a current update on our petition’s status:  https://live.childrenshealthdefense.org/shows/an-informed-life-radio/jfvEE-LtwY

 
 
 

Nearly five months ago we served subpoenas to five defendants:

  • ROBERT REDFIELD, former Director of the US Center for Disease Control, in his individual capacity.
  • ROCHELLE WALENSKY, in her individual capacity and in her official capacity as Director for the US Center for Disease Control.
  • ALEX AZAR, former Secretary of the US Department of Health and Human Services, in his individual capacity.
  • XAVIER BECERRA, in his individual capacity and in his official capacity as Director of the US Department of Health and Human Services. 
  • BRIAN MOYER, in his individual capacity and in his official capacity as Director of the National Center for Health Statistics.

These five defendants asked for a 60-day extension so that they could develop a defensive strategy or allow time for serving a responsive pleading or motion. In other words, they wanted to detail their reasons on why a full-scale investigation into the wholesale violation of federal law would be unwarranted; or, why data transparency was shunned; or, why their offices distorted the quality, objectivity, utility, and integrity of information disseminated by the federal agencies under their lead. 

Following the 60-day extension, they asked for a second 60-day extension. The court granted the Defendants’ motion for an extension to answer or otherwise respond to our Petition, setting the final date as August 26, 2022. 

Well, August 26th came and went with no response. So, as Plaintiffs, we filed a request that the clerk enter default for each Defendant. 

Needless to say, that got a response!

But then, their attorney drove their snake-oil defense wagon right off the main road and into the ditch. Their claim for their tardy response (after having 120 days to work on it) became, “I experienced a medical emergency involving my dog, and was required to take her to the vet and attend to the emergency which took the entirety of the day and most of the following day as well.” 

Now, a kid might try to claim that his dog at his homework, but no self-respecting sci-fi editor would allow something this outlandish past his desk when trying to make a story about integrity and transparency sound believable. But the attorney for the USA Oregon District did just that!

Enough is Enough.  Join with us in combating government incompetence and malfeasance – Text “CDC data” to 52886.

Sen. Kim Thatcher and I appreciate your support and we need your help as we push to help people exercise their right to petition and hold bad-actors accountable for negligence and wrong-doing.

You can also visit BeyondtheCon.com to read our entire Grand Jury petition along with informational handouts about the Grand Jury process and our Peer Reviewed report on timeframes and actions which violated federal law. 

Please share with others in your community and encourage them to join in.

 

Join with me to Defend Life, Liberty and Property! 

 

 

8:10 Parents MacKenzie and John discuss a woke non-binary teacher agenda possibly in play in the Griffin Creek Elementary school.

8:40 Open for Business, Matt Allen with Reverse Mortgage LLC and we talk all about how a RM can help in retirement. Call Matt and ask him for a free copy of his book “The Plan B Retirement Strategy. 541-897-4464  mallen@reversefunding.com

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Tuesday 09-13-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Peter Navarro is one of only three senior White House officials who remained with President Trump from the 2016 presidential campaign to the end of his first term in office. Navarro was director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, served as policy coordinator for the Defense Production Act during the pandemic, and was a principal architect of Trump’s tariff, trade, and “tough on China” policies.

THE DEEP STATE’S TOP TARGET RETURNS WITH A NEW BOOK!

Taking Back Trump’s America: Why We Lost the White House and How We’ll Win It Back

By

Peter Navarro

FIND HIS WEBSITE HERE:

FIND HIM ON TWITTER HERE:

FIND HIS GETTR HERE:

Peter Navarro author of Taking Back Trump’s America: Why We Lost the White House and How We’ll Win It Back

 

 

7:10 Dr. John Lott https://crimeresearch.org/about/

CPRC was founded by Dr. John R. Lott, Jr., an economist and a world-recognized expert on guns and crime. John Lott is the author of Gun Control Myths: How politicians, the media, and botched “studies” have twisted the facts on gun control

To Restore Americans’ Faith in Elections, Fix Sloppy Record-Keeping 

By Dr. John Lott

Unfortunately, election officials across the country are not keeping the most basic data to monitor election outcomes. Even when they say they do, the numbers do not come close to matching up.

It was a simple goal: match the number of voters with the number of ballots cast. After the last general election, there were concerns that ballots were counted multiple times (so that there could be more ballots cast than voters who voted) and that ballots were destroyed (so that there could be more voters who voted than ballots cast). But, through our examination, we learned that it cannot be determined if these discrepancies exist, because most states and counties simply do not keep timestamped records of who voted as required by law. [more…]

https://thefederalist.com/2022/09/07/to-restore-americans-faith-in-elections-fix-sloppy-record-keeping/

Dr. John Lott is the president of the Crime Prevention Research Center. He was the senior adviser for research and statistics at the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Policy, and he worked on vote fraud issues. Dr. Lott’s recent book is Gun Control Myths.

7:35 Jo County Commissioner Herman Baertschiger discusses the Sales Tax for Sheriff, other political issues.

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Monday 09-12-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Stephanie Taub, Esq., Senior Counsel, First Liberty Institute

 U.S. Supreme Court Asked Again to Reverse State Decision Targeting Oregon Bakers for Religious Beliefs – First Liberty Institute file appeal seeking review of Oregon’s decision to compel the speech of Aaron and Melissa Klein, forcing them out of business

Attorneys for First Liberty Institute have once again asked the Supreme Court of the United States to review a decision by the Oregon Court of Appeals allowing the state’s Bureau of Labor and Industries (“BOLI”) to penalize Aaron and Melissa Klein because they could not in good conscience employ their artistic talents to express a message celebrating a same-sex wedding.  A copy of the petition can be found here. “All Americans are entitled to due process, with a fair hearing before an unbiased tribunal. The Kleins never received that,” said Stephanie Taub, Senior Counsel for First Liberty Institute. “We hope the Court will hear the Kleins’ case and clarify that all Americans have a constitutional right to due process, free speech, and religious liberty. After nearly a decade, it’s past time for the Supreme Court to put an end to the state of Oregon’s hostility toward Aaron and Melissa.”

Clip: https://firstliberty.org/media/sweet-victory-fox-friends/ 

7:10 Lloyd Muldrow, Marine Vet, hero, disarmed an attacker and now finds HIMSELF facing a year in prison over a technical gun biolation. Lloyd’s  GiveSendGo page is:  GiveSendGo – Support Lloyd Muldrow who was Wrongfully Arrested: The #1 Free Christian Fundraising Site.

The facts:  

  

On July 4, 2022, Lloyd Muldrow, Marine veteran and member of the Marine Corps. Security Force (presidential security detail), traveled to Baltimore to visit with his friend, Marshal Collins. When he arrived, he saw Mr. Collins in a struggle with another man, later identified as Wesley Henderson, who was holding a gun. Mr. Collins was bleeding profusely from his forehead; Mr. Muldrow thought he had been shot (In fact, he had been pistol-whipped by Mr. Henderson). He immediately took action by disarming the Mr. Henderson, and then helped Mr. Collins hold Henderson on the ground.   

Police arrived moments later to investigate the altercation and the reports of a gun. They encountered Mr. Collins and Mr. Muldrow restraining Wesley Henderson on the ground. Police, of course, immediately asked where the gun was. By then Mr. Henderson’s gun had been retrieved by someone else (a not uncommon occurrence in Baltimore; police said as much on the scene). Mr. Muldrow volunteered to the police that his sidearm was on his hip, and police immediately took possession of it. More police arrived and took control of Henderson, and ultimately arrested him. Police at first thanked Mr. Muldrow for his help, but when the officer in charge arrived and took control of the investigation, the subordinate police were commanded to investigate the lawfulness of Mr. Muldrow’s sidearm in Maryland. They learned he had a concealed carry permit in Virginia, and that he held a job providing security to federal facilities that required him to be armed, but they also learned that he was not specifically permitted to carry in Maryland.  

Mr. Muldrow was placed under arrest.  

Mr. Collins can be seen on police body worn cameras telling the police that Mr. Muldrow probably saved his life. Many other witnesses on the scene spoke up for Mr. Muldrow’s heroic actions. None of that mattered. The good guy with the gun was placed under arrest for having a gun. (Video footage of this incident is available) 

Mr. Muldrow was charged with use possession of a gun within 100 feet of a public building and carrying a concealed weapon. 

“I have taught Marines hand-to-hand combat for many years,” said Lloyd Muldrow. I have disarmed several enemies, as well as IEDs.  My natural reaction was to do as I was trained for my country.”  

“Lloyd Muldrow is an accomplished Marine, a self-defense instructor and a church-going mentor to young people,” said Michael Stark, Mr. Muldrow’s attorney.  “Now, because of Maryland’s outdated, and possibly unconstitutional gun laws, he faces jail as if he were every bit as criminally-minded as Mr. Henderson, rather than the selfless hero for his country and his friends that he proved himself to be”. 

Mr. Muldrow has established a GiveSendGo.com campaign to defray legal expenses.  

 

8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers, retired professor of Business Law, and today’s “Where Past Meets Present”. More about Dennis at www.DennisPowersBooks.com

Thomas Chavner: the Founder of an Entire Town

By Dennis Powers

Born in 1814 in Ireland, Thomas Chavner came to the United States when he was six-years-old. He was a cabin boy on riverboats, a trapper with Kit Carson, a Comanche interpreter, and fought in the Mexican War (1846-1847). Chavner arrived in the Rogue Valley in 1856. He next bought land near Dardanelles, directly across the Rogue River from where Gold Hill is now. Buying another 160 acres for $750, he built a farm near what would become Gold Hill on the other side of the river. 

Two of his ranch hands were looking for stray horses four years later in the hills above Chavner’s property to the south of the Rogue River. Sitting down on a large rock, one of the men looked around and stared at a “dull, yellowish something” that was embedded in the boulder. He brought a piece of the brilliant white rock to his boss, Thomas Chavner, who immediately recognized this as being houndstooth quartz and heavily laced with gold.

Five menbeing Chavner, the two “finders”, and the property ownersimmediately filed mining claims. By the following night, however, 150 men had staked claims around the mountain top, as one of the owners had a “strong liking” for liquor and blurted out the news. Known as the Gold Hill Pocket that stood above the town-to-be, this rich discovery was one of the better ones. The pocket was above ground, heavy with gold, and pieces were so knit together with gold threads, a sledgehammer’s blow couldn’t separate them.

Although the find played out in eight months, some $700,000 (or nearly $40 million in today’s dollars) of fine “jewelry like” gold was taken out. Chavner had bought out his other partners before then, and he was a wealthy man. As miners flooded the area and region searching for gold, Chavner used his proceeds to acquire more real estateand more real estate.

When farmers and ranchers asked him for loans, he would grant them, naturally expecting repayment. When they didn’t or couldn’t pay him back, Thomas Chavner foreclosed. By this and outright acquisitions, he had accumulated 2,000-plus acres by 1880 that stretched three miles up the valley along the Rogue River to Central Point. He also owned ranches, orchards, farms, and assorted businesses from hotels and bars to toll bridges and blacksmith shops.

When the Oregon & California Railroad was approaching the area, Thomas Chavner was ready. In late 1883, he sold 17 acres to the railroad for its Gold Hill depot, right-of-way, freight office, and stockyard. On January 7, 1884, he and his wife, Rosa, recorded a plat map encompassing 80 acres that surrounded the railroad’s center; he donated the intended streets and alleys to the public and sold the individual lots to the people.

When he died in 1888, the 74-year-old Chavner had four adult children to continue the family’s businesses. Gold Hill was incorporated in 1895, and the town at its core is basically as he had recorded. Thomas Chavner was the man who had created an entire town. 

Sources: Dennis M. Powers, “The Oregon Encyclopedia: City of Gold Hill,” at Gold Hill; Dennis Powers, “Where Past Meets Present” (Hellgate Press: Ashland, OR, 2017). Pp. 396-398.

Bill Meyer Show Guest Information and Blog 8/29 to 9/9/2022

Email Bill Meyer, Podcasts on BillMeyerShow.com

Bill Meyer’s Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/BillMeyerShow

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Friday 09-09-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government www.DailyTorch.com and www.GetLiberty.org and this week’s “DC Swamp Update”.

https://dailytorch.com/2022/09/biden-doj-attacks-first-amendment-right-to-petition-government-in-alabama/

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2022/sep/5/halloween-candy-shortage-scare-shows-importance-of/

https://townhall.com/columnists/rickmanning/2022/09/01/bidens-radical-ftc-gets-punched-back-n2612492

  

7:10 Greg Roberts from www.RogueWeather.com with today’s Outdoor Report.

8:10 Talon Reed, candidate for Jacksonville City Council discussing issues of concern.

8:35 Open for Business with Randal Lee at Advanced Air www.MyAdvancedAir.com

Number there is 541-772-6866. Who are they hiring right now?

 

-Experienced Metal Fabricator

-Experienced Service Technician

-Experienced Installers

-Apprentices

 

Randal talks about why you should replace the lineset if you’re changing out the HVAC.  It is common for HVAC contractors to reuse existing lineset when changing out equipment because of cost and routing. However, newer systems operate at higher pressures therefore aged or compromised lines are more likely to fail, Home insulation values have changed over the years and longer lines nested in attics and 2-story walls can lose their energy. Plus, there is some risk of contaminants getting trapped in the existing line during the installation of new equipment

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MONDAY 08-29-22 PODCASTS 6AM7AM8AM

TUESDAY 08-30-22 PODCASTS 6AM7AM8AM

WEDNESDAY 08-31-22 PODCASTS 6AM7AM8AM

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Friday 09-02-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government www.Dailytorch.com www.getliberty.org and we talk about the president’s speech. Rick’s piece here on Biden’s War on Dissent is undemocratic and Un-American.

 

7:10 Mr. Outdoors Greg Roberts from www.RogueWeather.com

7:35 State Senator Kim Thatcher, Senate District #13

(From her newsletter)

HB 3291, passed in the 2021 Session making it even more possible to manipulate our elections. According to HB 3291, ballots postmarked the day of the election and received no later than a week afterward will be counted. Now, there is notice of a rulemaking public hearing to create the Rules that will be used to promulgate regulations pertaining to the new law according to the interpretation of the Secretary of State’s office

The proposed Rules change the deadline to capture the data used in hand count calculations from 12:00 p.m. the day after the date of the election to 5 p.m. the fourteenth day after the date of the election. Why not eight days? Does that mean ballot counting will continue for fourteen days after the election? 

The bill, which I voted against, was troubling to begin with. What could possibly go wrong? How will we know there is a proper postal indicator? Will ballots be counted anyway if there is an unreadable postmark or no postmark at all because someone decided it should be? Will the envelopes postmarked, or not, and counted after election day be kept as evidence for a period of time after the election? Will there be a tally of ballots, or the physical ballots counted, kept as proof of an honest count after the date of election? The bill also allows county clerks to open and begin counting ballots upon receipt. Will information be “leaked” as has become common nowadays in the mainstream media to alter outcomes?

These are questions and concerns from my constituents because of so much distrust in our elections. I urge you to take a look at the upcoming Rulemaking process and become involved.  To quote the Secretary of State’s webpage: “Administrative Rules are created by most agencies and some boards and commissions to implement and interpret their statutory authority.” [Bold added]. Political agendas become apparent during this process. In reality, Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) can either make or break a bill.

The hearing will take place on October 6, 2022 from 2:00 to 2:30 p.m. Public comments may be sent to the Elections Division until October 7, 2022 at 5:00 p.m: elections.sos@sos.oregon.gov

            Senator Kim Thatcher

            Senate District 13

            sen.kimthatcher@oregonlegislature.gov

            503-986-1713

8:10 Matt Roberts – Greenway Recovery Project and  Ward 4 city council candidate – find out more about Matt here: https://www.matt4ward4.com/

Matt and I discuss the latest on the homeless situation and what’s happened since the firing of Chad McComas of Rogue Retreat, the homeless services ministry.

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Thursday 09-01-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:50 Matt Fraser is America’s top psychic medium, author of “We Never Die  His sold-out live events, television appearances, and spiritual teachings have allowed him to bring healing, hope, and laughter to a global audience of fans and followers from all around the world. Now, WE NEVER DIE: Secrets of the Afterlife by psychic medium Matt Fraser (Gallery Books; Hardcover; August 23, 2022) is the new book from the bestselling author of When Heaven Calls that unpacks the number one question folks ask him in private readings, television appearances, and sold-out live events across the country: “What happens after death?”

In WE NEVER DIE, Matt pulls back the curtain on life’s (and the afterlife’s) biggest secrets, including:

* What happens when we cross over

* The beautiful realities of heaven and eternal life

* The guardian angels who keep us safe on Earth (including our pets who have passed)

* The role of dreams and how souls appear to the living

* Love, romance, and soul mates beyond life

* Ghosts, hauntings, negative souls, energy vampires, and psychic protection

* Destiny, free will, and second chances

* Regrets, amends, and forgiveness from heaven

* Figuring out your gifts and purpose

* Karma, kindness, and living in the divine flow

* How to recognize the signs and messages our loved ones send us from heaven

8:10 USAF Brigadier General (Ret.) Blaine Holt, is an Air Force veteran, C-17 commander, tech entrepreneur, and Co-founder of Restore Liberty. www.restore-liberty.org We talk about it being 1-Year Since America’s Withdrawal from Afghanistan – what have we learned? What’s going on in the world?

BIO: Brigadier General Holt is an Air Force veteran, C-17 commander, tech entrepreneur, and Co-founder of Restore Liberty. General Holt is a veteran of OEF, having held combat command at various levels and then running Afghanistan NATO logistics from Europe, as well as a tour as the Deputy Military Rep to NATO as a 1-star.  I was the commander in Kyrgyzstan during the surge and revolt there. I have flown numerous combat missions there in the C-17 and KC-135.

 

8:45 Brad Bennington, Executive Officer of the Builders Association of Southern Oregon www.BuildSO.com Brad and I discuss the new heat, climate, and smoke rules affecting businesses and the BIG fines OSHA can levy if the rules aren’t followed. Go to their state website here to download the rules: https://oregonhba.com/oregon-osha-adopts-permanent-wildfire-smoke-exposure-and-heat-illness-prevention-rules/

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Wednesday 08-31-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Eric Peters, automotive journalist at www.EPAutos.com and we dig into several topics on “Wheels Up Wednesday”

 

Not Quite As Much as the Car Itself (Incredible EV battery cost story)  https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/08/30/not-quite-as-much-as-the-car-itself/

 

 

The Common Thread –  https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/08/30/first-livecast-sort-of-what-they-have-in-common

 

He Fell for It, Let’s Us NOT – https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/08/30/he-fell-for-it-lets-us-not/

2022 Mercedes S580 review – https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/08/28/2022-mercedes-s580/

Funeral for Another Friend (Mustang) https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/08/29/funeral-for-another-friend/

 

7:10 Mark Johnson from Grants Pass – Smoke/Fire, what’s the “temperature” of the society, patriot groups and others…

8:10 Kat Stansell – Grass Roots Activist with the American Policy Center www.AmericanPolicy.org

Election integrity is the topic of our talk

ERIC – the Epicenter of Voter Fraud

By Kat Stansell

It’s Been Proven Again and Again

The American Policy Center has been kicking over rocks in the election fraud jungle for the better part of the last year. ERIC, the Electronic Registration Information Center is under every one, buried in the slime of intransigence, ignorance, and plausible deniability.

Most state officials choose to defend or ignore it. Even some supposed “conservatives” want to wash over the truth. This MUST stop. America MUST recognize ERIC for what it is – the epicenter of the voter fraud in the nation today.

Since early February, 2022, we at the APC have been reporting on ERIC. I personally have written six articles on election integrity, showing what ERIC is and what it does, as well as what we can do about it. I have learned a tremendous amount from experts along the way. My writings are listed at the end of this article.

From the very first, I tagged ERIC as a backbone of the Steal.

Everything that I researched about voter fraud and its sources leads to ERIC. Every rock overturned has ERIC beneath it.

ERIC is a membership organization ostensibly created for voter roll maintenance. In reality, it is a massive data-gathering operation which adds bogus “voters” to the system of every member state. Millions of inactive, ineligible and “phantom” voters with undeliverable addresses appear on member states’ voter rolls. These names are used for mail-in ballot fraud, ballot box stuffing and machine adjustments in real time.

ERIC was started in 2012 using Soros funds donated through the Pew Charitable Trust. It was conceived and organized by a highly unethical leftist named David Becker, who has spent a lifetime trying to defeat the conservative agenda in America.

Becker also played a role in the Wisconsin fraud of 2020, and has been openly named for more unethical and illegal activities, by Michael Gableman, former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice, author of the Wisconsin Election Review. Here is the link to Gabelman’s report.

Others have termed Becker a “partisan progressive”. I don’t have the patience for fancy names. I invite you to learn more from the Hon. Michael Gabelman and from the site below. Then, decide for yourself what YOU would like to call David Becker.

As you may or may not know, states are required by law to maintain their voter rolls. Becker played off of this. He beguiled state election officials, using language of plausible deniability, to provide an easy and relatively cheap system for doing this.

Becker counted on the fact that busy officials would bite on something that they thought would make their lives easier. He was correct. Seven states joined the first year.

Another interstate voter roll maintenance system was in place and being used quite successfully by 40 states, at ERIC’s inception. “Kansas Crosscheck” was free to its members. So, using a Soros-funded, Obama-appointed judge to hear a trumped-up case about imaginary “voter suppression” brought by the ACLU, one of the usual pay-per-whine plaintiffs, Crosscheck was shut down, and new members came pouring in to ERIC. It grew quickly, from 7 – 31 member states. After all, those busy state election officials needed a quick fix, and ERIC was in position to “help”.

Today 33 states and the District of Columbia are ERIC members:

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, *, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

*Louisiana resigned as of July 15, 2022, thanks to the actions of citizen activists.

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To understand the damage ERIC does, you must know that the very construct of ERIC is designed for fraud and data- gathering, not roll maintenance. Member states must turn in ALL data from their voter rolls, both old and new, as well as all records from motor vehicle divisions and every public service agency in the state.

ERIC takes all of these lists, and adds the USPS data and Social Security records from the state. All of this information on every person living in each state is stored in ERIC’s massive artificial intelligence system. Whether you are a voter or not, whether you are a CITIZEN or not, your name and personal information are stored with ERIC.

In return for giving over the private records of millions of its residents, ERIC members receive four lists: who moved; who died; who was adjudicated ineligible from felony conviction or mental incompetence; and who is eligible but unregistered to vote (EBU). States must solicit at least 90% of these EBU’s at least every 60 days providing them with voter registration information.

ERIC’s rules also disallow any name being marked as to citizenship. Florida has, in fact, removed the checkbox for citizenship from its drivers’ license app. Other states may have followed suit.

The law requires that this sensitive data be kept private, but records show that ERIC shares with at least Zuckerberg ‘s group, the “Center for Election Integrity”, and, surely anywhere else it can be used for fraud.

ERIC’s own website brags about how many new “voters” they have added nationwide. Nowhere can you find a word about how many ineligible voters have been cleaned from the rolls. Wasn’t this latter the purpose for ERIC? Yeah, not so much.

I will say it again. The design and operation of the ERIC system is for bloating, not cleaning voter rolls. As a matter of real fact, ERIC’s mandates include only a conditional requirement for list maintenance.

Recently, I have noticed that the ERIC bylaws no longer appear on their website.

Millions of names who may never vote end up on the rolls.

They are people who have moved from the state, choose not to vote, or have died. The “who moved and who died” are the richest lists for fake ballot submission. These phantom names show up on requests for mail-in ballots, mailing lists from state election officials, and even in the CVR’s (counted vote records) after en election. Many of these quite probably were the stuff put into drop boxes by the “Mules”on the midnight to 3 a.m. shift.

These bloated voter rolls are quite obvioius in the records of each state from the 2020 election. According to the report issued by the US Election Assistance Commission, itself a liberal group, the 2020 numbers are as follows.

Over 50% of ERIC members have voter rolls that contain more names than their entire voting age population. To whit:

*AK: 121.7%

*IL: 108.2

*MI: 108.1

*ME: 106.9

*KY: 106.5

*DE: 104.1

*GA: 103.6

*RI: 102.0

*SC: 101.8

*FL: 101.6

*NV: 101.0

*AL: 100.9

*MD: 100.4

*WA: 100.0

*Figures not available for new members, NJ and MA.

My recent article on “Settling the Confusion about ERIC”, gives more numbers for other states. The link to it is at the end of this article.

Of course, there will always be inaccuracies in voter lists. None will ever be perfect. People do move around, and die, become incapacitated or commit a crime. Some just don’t care about voting. That is their right, sadly. But the massive numbers of ineligible voters appearing on so many states’ rolls is no coincidence. It is contrived.

Face it. David Becker did not develop ERIC to create honest and up-to-date voter rolls. That is crystal clear from who he is, as well as from the design of his system. He is proud of his reputation as a far-left member of the Swamp. Being politically neutral is not in his nature. Just as he worked to help the City of Boston discriminate against conservative voters – behind the back of his own employer the DOJ – so too, did he design a massive get-out-the vote scheme to defraud Americans. Becker pretends that he is no longer involved in the management of ERIC, but is documented to be an active part, to this day. Please do read about him at Influence Watch, above. You’ll never doubt his motive or design.

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In the recent weekend symposium, A Moment of Truth, activists from 48 of the 50 states reported on their states’ major problems with election integrity. EVERY ERIC member reported problems with hugely bloated voter rolls. Many reported that state officials were unwilling to discuss the issues, or are even openly hostile on the subject of clean elections. Activists told stories about being stone-walled by legislators, deprived of information that is legally theirs, even jailings and fatal accidents. The dark passion for fraud runs deep.

The entire broadcast of “A Moment for Truth” should be available at Rumble. If it is not, well, you know what may have happened. So goes much that is truth today.

ERIC was called out by name many times over the two days of the broadcast. The Hon. Michael Gabelman, former Supreme Court Justice of Wisconsin, went into the role of ERIC in some detail. Here is a summary of his findings.

Despite the obvious connection of the ERIC system to voter fraud, its leading role was somehow side-lined, ignored. For many months, late in 2021 and the first half of 2022, nobody wanted to talk about it. Folks who had written against it in 2016 and 2017, suddenly supported it. Others tried to hush discussion and debate on the subject. It seemed to many, including me, that “the word” had gone around. ERIC was off limits. This only made me more certain than ever that ERIC was where we should be looking, even above machines, ballot harvesters or mules.

However, a number of recent articles on election fraud have now been published by The Federalist, The New American, UncoverDC, Revolver News and The Epoch Times. All discuss ERIC by name, and advocate states getting out asap.

One very in-depth report by Verity Vote did a particularly good job in breaking through the smoke and mirrors. It’s title, “Threats to Election Integrity” ERIC-CEIR-REVERE. Although I printed it out, I cannot find the link. Again, not unusual if something is too full of truth.

Another online article went missing, only 12 hours after it was published.

On August 23, an article by Patricia Tolson appeared in the Epoch Times. It dealt at some length with problems in Florida. Ms. Tolson covered a report released by a group of citizen activists in Florida. It found real problems, not only with uncooperative election officials, inconsistent roll management, but also “problems with ERIC”. Tolson also revealed that Florida allows third-party registration of voters. Gosh and golly, how could THAT possibly pollute the voter rolls? I’ve got no link to give you because there isn’t one.

Other Florida activists have done amazing work as well.

Florida4America and The People’s Audit have proven thousands of undeliverable addresses on the rolls of their counties, to which addresses ballots were mailed, and from which they were returned, VOTED. They can show fake street names being added to the rolls, then removed after ballots were voted from those addresses.

These ordinary citizens gave up jobs, dipped deeply into personal savings, walked miles to canvass, spent long hours over spread sheets. The fruit of their labors was presented to the statehouse in Tallahassee in the form of charts, graphs and stacks of affidavits from voters. Crickets.

They bought a page in a local paper, to display the facts they have found, to call attention to the plight of Florida voters. That paper refused to print it because the editor said they “didn’t have the facts”!

When they presented the proof to their county officials, they were called liars – with the evidence of boxes FULL of yellow returned-mail labels (where ballots had been sent) in plain sight. A press conference was called specially to accuse them (of presenting the truth?) That particular Supervisor of Election even went so far as to submit their names to DeSantis’s new Election Crimes Division as having dealt in “disinformation.”

This is utterly chilling. Even in a supposed “good red state”, its citizens who care are being denounced and targeted. The way these good people have been treated in their own state is stunning.

To many, it is hard to fathom this kind of thing coming from the state governed by such a popular Republican Governor. It is entirely possible that Gov. DeSantis is being blocked from the citizens’ information by backroom players, as was President Trump during his White House stay. We can only hope that the powers that be in Florida take note and take action, asap.

Recently, I interviewed one of their leaders, Kris Jurski, of The People’s Audit, twice on Catching Fire News, an online video news outlet. Listen to him explain their efforts.

What they have accomplished, what they have been able to prove working together with citizens from around the state is truly amazing. Their work is both an inspiration and a model for others who want to understand how they may help. Why are they and their information being attacked?

For every effort to explain and expose the truth about ERIC, there has been blow back. It was expected from the Blue states of course. What was unanticipated – although maybe that was just naivete on my part – was the attack on good activists with reams of proof, by Red state officials and even a few “Conservative” groups. It’s a part of the story that needs to be told.

The people must be heard. Our country belongs to us.

It’s time to reclaim it.

Let’s just say, it’s been a long row to hoe, turning up and exposing what we have about ERIC. Until now.

We at American Policy Center are delighted and gratified to learn of so many that are now calling the ERIC system out for exactly what it is, and for exposing the guts of the ugly fraud beast. We hope that this will help all groups in every state to gain traction pulling together for our freedom.

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No one needs to be reminded that it is our God-given right to vote, to select those who will represent us in governance. This is what has made America the bright star of freedom for the world.

There is today, however, a well-defined and -funded entity who would bring down our Republic and everything about our lives that we hold dear. To do so, they are coming after our ballots, and have crafted a weapon known as ERIC to help conquer us.

Do NOT let it happen! We have but one more election to be free. If we allow this kind of frontal assault on liberty to happen again, we will go the way of Venezuela, and lose our freedom forever.

Join hands in your own community. Go to public meetings, stand on the courthouse steps. Make your voices heard. Come to https://www,americanpolicy.org for what to do and how. It is not too late.

Get off the couch and out the door. We have a country to save!

 

MORE FROM KAT STANSELL ABOUT E.R.I.C.

https://americanpolicy.org/2022/07/19/settling-the-confusion-about-eric/

https://americanpolicy.org/2022/06/28/one-mans-crusade-against-voter-fraud/

https://americanpolicy.org/2022/04/21/john-locke-foundation-supports-eric-clueless-is-the-nicest-thing-i-can-say/

https://americanpolicy.org/2022/04/08/dissecting-the-beast-eric-laid-open/

https://americanpolicy.org/2022/02/25/eric-the-electronic-registration-information-center-a-dream-database-for-voter- fraud/

https://americanpolicy.org/2022/01/31/secure-the-vote-nothing-is-more-important/

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Monday 08-29-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Marc Morano, publisher of www.ClimateDepot.com  Sounds the Alarm on Liberal Elites’ Desired World Order of No Privacy, Property, or Liberty

As inflation and prohibitively high gas and energy prices cripple hardworking families across America and recession grips the nation, bestselling author and ClimateDepot.com publisher Marc Morano reveals the startling truth about how America got here in his new book The Great Reset: Global Elites and the Permanent Lockdown (releases August 30, 2022). He exposes the goals of global elites to shackle economies and make the populace increasingly dependent on tyrannical policies that will eliminate private property and liberty.

In The Great Reset: Global Elites and the Permanent Lockdown, Morano issues both a warning and a call to action for the public, showing that inflation and staggeringly high gas prices are only the beginning if the new leftist world order succeeds. He shows how these things are all part of a larger plan to implement a “new normal” and “Fourth Industrial Revolution.” Though liberal elites today thrive on these slogans and others similar to it (such as “Build Back Better”), in reality their vision is a rebranded Soviet system that puts government in control of the most basic aspects of life, from overseeing everyday movements and associations, to eliminating private property, to altering our diets and use of energy resources.

Armed with revealing statistics and quotes, Marc Morano equips the public with facts on the origins of the Great Reset, how it is being implemented, and how COVID-19 and President Biden’s so-called “climate emergency” have accelerated implementation of policies of the Great Reset. He also then challenges readers to fight back. This book serves as a vital tool for the public, the media, and activists on how to critically analyze and resist tyrannical policies already encroaching on our liberties today.

The Great Reset: Global Elites and the Permanent Lockdown (Regnery; August 30, 2022) by Marc Morano (448 pp, $34.99, 978-1-68451-238-6 from Regnery Publishing

7:10 Steven Greenleaf, “Steve The Marine”, and we discuss the history surrounding “What happens When You’re President is Brain-Damaged”.

7:35 Mr. X – https://mrxfiles.com/ community researcher, discusses why you have to keep at the community input against the road diets, SB762, numerous intrusions. Keep up your spirit, your silence is your consent to their agenda, so don’t be silent.

 

8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers, with today’s “Where Past Meets Present”. More at www.DennisPowersBooks.com

Butte Falls

By Dennis Powers

Much of Oregon once looked the way that tiny Butte Falls does today. The smallest incorporated town in Jackson County with 450 residents, Butte Falls is located some 40 miles northeast of Medford on the thick forested Big Butte Plateau in the Cascade Range.

Oregon’s vast forests didn’t attract much attention until the 1890s to 1900s, when the state possessed one half of all of the standing timber in the Pacific Northwest. When the forests of the Mid-Westsuch as in Michigan and Wisconsinbecame over-logged, the sawmill companies looked elsewhere and bought up timberlands as around Butte Falls. Oregon’s main industry then became timber and lumbering.

The Dewings Company in Reed City, Michigan, was one such company, and it purchased timberlands in 1901 near the falls on Big Butte Creek. When the company became known as the Butte Falls Sugar Pine Lumber Company, Bert Harris became its first head. He knew the potential of building a sawmill that utilized the 15-foot falls at Big Butte Creek to power its operations. As the mill was being built, Harris began planning to create a manufacturing town of 55 acres with a 300-foot plaza in its middle. 

Bert Harris recorded the plat map of Butte Falls in 1905, and the town’s name came from its nearby falls. In 1906, the sawmill became operational and four years later, the Pacific and Eastern Railroad reached the town from Medford. No longer isolated with rough dirt roads, the train brought tourists, passengers, and mail from the Valley. Although the railroad stopped there, this allowed more people to settle in the growing town, along with loggers and mill hands. By then, the town had a hotel, inn, grocery store, two billiard halls, hardware and barber shops, residences, and even an athletic club.

Over the next decades, Butte Fall’s fortunes were tied to the railroad and the different lumber companies that ran the operations. In the 1920s, the Owen-Oregon Lumber Company (based in Wisconsin) acquired thousands more timber acres, purchased the railroad, and transported the logs on the main line to its modern, just-built mill on Medford’s outskirts. Owen-Oregon became bankrupt during the Great Depression, and the Medford Corporation (“Medco”) in 1932 acquired those assets.   

Although Butte Falls was not a company town, its fortunes fluctuated as these companies didand times then were difficult. The need for timber products brought better times just before and after World War II. Medco terminated its railroad operations in the early 1960s to use cheaper “gyppo” loggers, or independent logging crews and truckers; however, the town still grew as Medco did and by the 1970s, the company was a vertically-integrated wood products firm, one of the 1,000-largest in the country.

Unfortunately, the boom ended when Harold Simmons acquired Medco in a hostile takeover during the 1980s. Known for his gaining control of companies and then selling off their assets for his profit, he did this with Medco. After harvesting the timber, the leveraged-takeout specialist sold off the lands and mills. As lumbering stagnated over time with the Oregon economy, environmental regulations, and federal restrictions, so did Butte Falls.

Residents today can drive to neighboring towns for their jobs, but the quaint, tiny townwith its mayor and city councilrelies on their families, tourists, hunters, and outdoorsmen for its fortunes. And its historical place in our Valley.

Sources: “Southern Oregon.com: Butte Falls, Oregon” at Butte Falls; Dennis M. Powers, “Bert Harris Builds Butte Falls, Ore.,” Mail Tribune, August 15, 2019, at Role of Bert Harris; Jeff LaLande, “The Oregon Encyclopedia: Butte Falls,” at More on Butte Falls.  

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Friday 08-26-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government, www.DailyTorch.com and www.GetLiberty.org with today’s DC Swamp Update. A lot of conversation on the moral corrosion re the student debt jubilee. https://dailytorch.com/2022/08/student-loan-cancelation-part-of-the-fundamental-transformation/

7:10 Greg Roberts from www.RogueWeather.com with today’s outdoor report!

8:10 Dr. Carole Lieberman, M.D., M.P.H. known world-wide as America’s Psychiatrist is the host of  Dr. Carole’s Couch on VoiceAmerica.com, and The Terrorist Therapist® Podcast. She is a forensic psychiatrist/expert witness, bestselling-award-winning author of 4 books – 2 on terrorism and 2 on relationships. She is a forensic psychiatrist/expert witness and author of the 5x award winning book, Lions and Tigers and Terrorists, Oh My! How to Protect Your Child in a Time of Terror.

 Hunter Biden is the Product of a Coddled Life Without Consequences. How Many Future Hunters Did Biden Just Create With His ‘Debt Forgiveness?’

President Biden on Wednesday announced he’s canceling $10,000 in student debt for Americans making under $125,000 a year. Additionally, Pell Grant recipients making under $125,000 will be eligible for an additional $10,000 in forgiveness.

The nation’s federal student debt now tops $1.6 trillion after ballooning for years. More than 43 million Americans have federal student debt, with almost a third owing less than $10,000 and more than half owing less than $20,000, according to the latest federal data.

But there’s no such thing as debt forgiveness. The debt remains, it’s simply being transferred to taxpayers, who will now be forced to foot the $300 billion bill.

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Friday 08-26-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government, www.DailyTorch.com and www.GetLiberty.org with today’s DC Swamp Update. A lot of conversation on the moral corrosion re the student debt jubilee. https://dailytorch.com/2022/08/student-loan-cancelation-part-of-the-fundamental-transformation/

7:10 Greg Roberts from www.RogueWeather.com with today’s outdoor report!

8:10 Dr. Carole Lieberman, M.D., M.P.H. known world-wide as America’s Psychiatrist is the host of  Dr. Carole’s Couch on VoiceAmerica.com, and The Terrorist Therapist® Podcast. She is a forensic psychiatrist/expert witness, bestselling-award-winning author of 4 books – 2 on terrorism and 2 on relationships. She is a forensic psychiatrist/expert witness and author of the 5x award winning book, Lions and Tigers and Terrorists, Oh My! How to Protect Your Child in a Time of Terror.

 Hunter Biden is the Product of a Coddled Life Without Consequences. How Many Future Hunters Did Biden Just Create With His ‘Debt Forgiveness?’

President Biden on Wednesday announced he’s canceling $10,000 in student debt for Americans making under $125,000 a year. Additionally, Pell Grant recipients making under $125,000 will be eligible for an additional $10,000 in forgiveness.

The nation’s federal student debt now tops $1.6 trillion after ballooning for years. More than 43 million Americans have federal student debt, with almost a third owing less than $10,000 and more than half owing less than $20,000, according to the latest federal data.

But there’s no such thing as debt forgiveness. The debt remains, it’s simply being transferred to taxpayers, who will now be forced to foot the $300 billion bill.

 

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Thursday 08-25-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:50 Benjamin Cunningham is a journalist, writer and PhD candidate at the Universitat de Barcelona. His book “The Liar: How a Double Agent in the CIA Became the Last Honest Man of the Cold War” is forthcoming from PublicAffairs in August 2022.

ABOUT BENJAMIN CUNNINGHAM AND THE LIAR

The Cold War meets Mad Men in the form of Karel Koecher, a double agent whose shifting loyalties and over-the-top hedonism reverberated from New York to Moscow.

In the mid-1970s, the CIA and KGB watched Karel Koecher closely-they were both convinced he was working for the enemy. And they were both right. Traveling with his wife, Hana, Koecher posed as a Czechoslovak asylum seeker and arrived in the US as a Communist sleeper agent. After parlaying a doctorate from Columbia into a job at the CIA, Koecher proceeded to operate as a double agent at the height of the Cold War.

Shunning a low profile, the Koechers embraced Manhattan’s high life-with cocaine, swinging, and parties emblematic of the times and their penchant for risk. Hana, who was no more than a shy teenager when she arrived, grew into a sophisticated international diamond dealer who relayed messages to Karel’s handlers. Riding a wave of euphoria, the Koechers felt unstoppable. But it was too good to last.

Using newly declassified documents, interrogation tapes, and extraordinary firsthand accounts from the Koechers themselves, Cunningham reconstructs their double lives and the fading Cold War, where a strange moral fog made it hard to know what truth was being fought for, and to what end.

Trailer for The Liar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-Um1o1lCgk

 

 

7:10 Janis Coder 541-261-1566 with Daughters of the American Revolution here to talk about a special event coming to southern Oregon this morning. “Wreaths Across America”

 

7:20 Jackson County Commissioner Colleen Roberts talks the ODF meeting for tonight re SB762, plus a meeting that the Commissioner and State Representatives Wallan and Morgan had with the incident commander at the Rum Fire. (All about making sure that the fire isn’t a “Let it Burn” issue for land management purposes.

 

7:35 Glenn Archambault, elected Farm Services Agency rep for southern Oregon. Is there a “Hungry Winter” coming? Glenn says: The food crisis is getting lots of coverage ( PBS and other like sources ).As fall comes and harvest for many critical crops begins, I wonder what our candidates in Oregon think? Oregon and the Western States are big players in the global markets. Will Americans feed the starving while struggling to feed themselves?

 

 

8:10 Leah Hoopes, co-autor of Parallel Election: A Blueprint for Deception.

Activists Stenstrom and Hoopes Show How the 2020 Election was Stolen in Pennsylvania

Parallel Election: A Blueprint for Deception

By

Gregory Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes

Despite the mainstream media trying to gaslight the American public into believing there was no election fraud in 2020, a recent poll by Rasmussen and The National Pulse revealed that 52% of Likely U.S. voters believe it is at least somewhat likely that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election and 50% of voters believe it is somewhat likely there will be widespread cheating that will affect the outcome of this fall’s congressional elections.

We must restore the public’s faith in our electoral process but to do this there must be a full litigation of the fraud perpetrated in 2020 and measures must be taken to rectify that this fraud cannot be repeated in future elections.

And therefore, despite the legal threats and bullying and intimidation tactics from the Pennsylvania political machine, Stenstrom and Hoopes have decided to tell their remarkable story, for the first time, in their new book Parallel Election: Blueprint for Deception. Ever since Delaware County residents Gregory Stenstrom and Leah Hoopes witnessed the massive election fraud perpetrated in their home county on November 3rd, 2020, they have made it their mission to expose the fraud and bring the perpetrators to justice.

Because everything in the book is 100% accurate, the Pennsylvania political machine is resorting to unprecedented measures to prevent the publication of this book. Ever since Stenstrom and Hoopes testified at the Gettysburg hearing on November 26th, 2020, they have been working through the system to obtain justice, but this has not worked.

This is why they have decided to write this book. Only when the truth is made available to the public, can we begin to fix our election system.

The public must know what happened so they can demand change.

What makes this book so important is the “Parallel Election” that was orchestrated in Delaware County, PA was replicated in the eight other swing states.

More about the book: Parallel Election: A Blueprint for Deception

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Wednesday 08-24-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Eric Peters, automotive journalist at www.EpAutos.com and lots of interesting discussion on “Wheels up Wednesday” including his latest articles:

California Rules America – https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/08/24/california-rules-america/

The Six Figure V-8 https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/08/24/the-six-figure-v8/

The Electric Convection Oven https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/08/21/the-electric-convection-oven/

 

2023 Malibu Review – https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/08/20/2023-chevy-malibu/

 

  

7:35 Kevin Starrett of Oregon Firearms Federation. www.OregonFirearms.org Kevin and I talk the gubernatorial candidate question, Measure 114, and other political news and views.

 

8:10 Dr. Moira Dolan, author of “Heroes & Scoundrels”. www.TheNobelBook.com and here’s more about the book:

 

The medical ‘priesthood’ is due for some critique, Heroes & Scoundrels will get you thinking.

Medical historian Moira Dolan, MD, author of the Boneheads & Brainiacs series. Her newest title is Heroes & Scoundrels -The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of the Nobel Prize in Medicine.

In Heroes & Scoundrels medical historian Moira Dolan, MD provides readers with an eye-opening behind the scenes look at what one Nobel winner described as “a few odd crooks” in the Nobel Prize business of the 20th century, including researchers engaged in medical research dishonesty and fraud, and self-important scientists who leveraged their notoriety to influence public health affairs.

One laureate wondered, “whether mad scientists should really be allowed to police themselves” in light of the lack of informed consent for vaccine research and modified viruses escaping from labs. ​

Moira Dolan, MD is a graduate of the University of Illinois School of Medicine, and has been a practicing physician for over 30 years in Austin, Texas.

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Tuesday 08-23-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Dr. Michael Busler, Ph.D., public policy analyst, economics expert and a professor of finance at Stockton University in New Jersey. He is a featured columnist at Newsmax, The Hill, The Western Journal, and Townhall.com.

He has great columns on his facebook page, Funding Democracy:

https://www.facebook.com/fundingdemocracy

  https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-busler-54492315/

  https://www.facebook.com/michael.busler

  https://twitter.com/mbusler

 

 

7:10 Mr. X and I have a freewheeling conversation about the road diet in downtown Medford, and a deeper dive on Senate Bill 762 – DON’T CALL IT WILDFIRE

 

 

8:45 Ken McLean, Community Relations Director with Prestige Senior Living Arbor Place. On today’s “Open For Business” we discuss the Prestige focus on improving mental health in the senior community. Prestige is hosting a a free webinar titled “Aging and Mental Health Awareness” on Friday, August 26 at 10 a.m. with Laura Vaillancourt, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor & Geriatric Mental Health Specialist.

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Monday 08-22-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

7:10 Bob Hart, former land use planner, now a land planner in private service. He does a deeper dive into the evil known as Senate Bill 762.

 

7:35 Capt. William E. Simpson of the Wild Horse Fire Brigade – https://www.wildhorsefirebrigade.org/

 

Bill has a run-in with a Pacificorp employee near Copco Dam and we discuss his claims.

 

8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers, www.DennisPowersBooks  get a copy of “Where Past Meets Present” at www.HillgatePress.com

 

Eagle Point

By Dennis Powers

As settlers made their way towards the Willamette Valley over the Applegate Trail, numbers stopped in Southern Oregon and decided to start their new lives here. With the Jacksonville gold rush as a magnet, pioneers settled in the Eagle Point area in the 1850s to sell their produce to the miners. The Englishman James J. Fryer acquired his property on Little Butte Creek in 1852; he established a general store and planted a fruit orchard. Considered to be the “Father of Eagle Point,” Fryer caused the settlement to grow around his operations.

The area became another center for agricultural production and supplied foodalong with Sams Valley to one side and the Medford-Talent area further southto the valley. In 1872, the Snowy Butte Mill (now named the Butte Creek Mill) was constructed along the banks of Little Butte Creek. It drew farmers from around the region, as wagons lined the dirt road to the mill to have their grain ground into flour.

Constructed of local pine trees, the four-story, 5,500-square-foot structure had two, four-foot diameter, 1,400-pound millstones that ground the grain; quarried just outside of Paris, the huge stones were shipped around Cape Horn and brought by wagon train from Crescent City to the Rogue Valley. Water was diverted from the creek into the mill’s basement where the water’s weight turned a turbine that powered the equipment.  

As the fertile land drew farmers and ranchers, eagles soared overhead and nested high up on a bluff that overlooked the town. In 1877, John Mathews named the town Eagle Point after the butte with its eagles. The advent of the railroad along the Rogue River limited Eagle Point, as the line passed through Gold Hill, Central Point, and Medford, on its way to Ashland. Farmers had to bring their products to these stations for shipment.

Accordingly, the town didn’t have a commercial center until the early 1900s, when the Pacific and Eastern Railroad arrived in the early 1900s. The city then incorporated in 1911 and the home to three hotels with its livery stable, blacksmith shop, a few saloons, and rowdy dance halls. Dependent on the fortunes of the timber industry, the town ebbed and flowed with this industry, as the railroad spur served the Medford mills. 

Although the construction and operation of Camp White during World War II at what’s now White City was an economic shot-in-the-arm, afterwards this stimulus ended when the camp was torn down. The large available blocks of land brought about its rebirth, however, as seen in the 18-hole championship golf coursedesigned by Robert Trent Jones Jr.that came into being in 1995 with housing developments clustered about. Eagle Point today is a retirees’ destination and a commuter center to jobs in the area, whether it is the local Walmart or in Medford.

The Butte Creek Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places as the last water-powered grist mill commercially operating this side of the Mississippi. After a fire on Christmas morning in 2015, however, burned the beloved landmark to the ground, the Butte Creek Mill Foundation was formed and became the owner of Butte Creek Mill. The Foundation is currently engaged in substantial fundraising (successful) and the reconstruction of the Mill in a historically accurate manner. It is looking to formally open in “late 2022”.   

Seen from Highway 62 and two miles north of Eagle Point, the “Old Wood House” is certainly a draw. Owing to the efforts of Skip Geer, this 1870’s homestead has been preserved in exhibiting what life was like then. Due to its old, weathered condition and Mt. McLoughlin’s background, the Wood House is the most photographed and artist-painted rendering in the Pacific Northwest.

Although orchards and forest lands decades ago stretched as far as one could see, life now is easier and more comfortable. Seeing what life used to be, however, brings about a feeling of thanks to our forefathers. Still growing, Eagle Point is near 10,000 now in population.  

Sources: Dennis Powers, “Where Past Meets Present,” Ashland, Oregon: Hellgate Press, 2017, Pp. 394-395; “City of Eagle Point: History of Eagle Point,” at Eagle Point History; Old Wood House Website at Old Wood House; Butte Creek Mill website at Butte Creek Mill.       

8:45  text or call Chereiesse at 541-680-5875 She’s on OPEN FOR BUSINESS this morning from No Wires Now – www.NoWiresNow.com

Some of what we discuss today:

1 – Mention you heard about her on the Bill Meyer show when you sign up for new Dish service and you’ll get your choice of a free $200 Google Door bell camera, or a Master Card Offer.

2- Know that No Wires can help you install Starlink receivers.

3 – No Wires can halp you lower Spectrum Internet Bills

4 – If you’re getting a $500 gift card from dish, Call No Wires instead of the card’s 800 number. You’ll still get it honored, and you get LOCAL SERVICE.

5 – Republic Cellphone Service available, $29.99/month for unlimited talk, text, data.

 

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Friday 8-22-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government www.DailyTorch.com and www.GetLiberty.org

 

McConnell wants to LOSE? Sure sounds like it, and we talk about that and the other DC Swamp news.

 

7:10 Greg Roberts has the Outdoor Report from www.RogueWeather.com

 

7:35 Chad McComas , former director of Rogue Retreat, the homeless services non-profit. Chad was fired by the board earlier this week, and we discuss the issues at hand.

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Thursday 8-18-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

 

7:10 Dr. John Lott

More on John: https://crimeresearch.org/about-us/

John Lott is the author of Gun Control Myths: How politicians, the media, and botched “studies” have twisted the facts on gun control

CPRC was founded by Dr. John R. Lott, Jr., an economist and a world-recognized expert on guns and crime.  During the Trump administration, he served as the Senior Advisor for Research and Statistics in the Office of Justice Programs and then the Office of Legal Policy in the U.S. Department of Justice. Lott has held research or teaching positions at various academic institutions including the University of Chicago, Yale University, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Stanford University, UCLA, and Rice University, and was the chief economist at the United States Sentencing Commission during 1988-1989. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from UCLA.

How the FBI Undercounts Armed Citizen Responders to Mass Killers – and Media Play Along

By John Lott

The shooting that killed three people and injured another at a Greenwood, Indiana, mall on July 17 drew broad national attention because of how it ended – when 22-year-old Elisjsha Dicken, carrying a licensed handgun, fatally shot the attacker. While Dicken was praised for his courage and skill – squeezing off his first shot 15 seconds after the attack began, from a distance of 40 yards – much of the news coverage drew from FBI-approved statistics to assert that armed citizens almost never stop such attackers. Evidence compiled by the organization I run, the Crime Prevention Research Center, and others suggest that the FBI undercounts, by an order of more than three, the number of instances in which armed citizens have thwarted such attacks, saving untold numbers of lives. Although those many news stories about the Greenwood shooting also suggested that the defensive use of guns might endanger others, there is no evidence that these acts have harmed innocent victims. [more…]

 

7:35 Nancy Buono former city of talent Economic Development Commissioner discusses last night’s Talent Urban Renewal Meeting, the good news, and the bad over this push to put much of the city into urban renewal under a “blight” designation.

 

8:10 Rob Schlapfer from www.RiseUpOregon.com today it’s important to join the Jackson County Library Services board meeting, we talk about why. Info is all on the www.RiseUpOregon.com to join via Zoom.

 

 

8:45 OPEN FOR BUSINESS, Steve Johnson, Steve The Goldsmith at QuikFix Jewelry repair in the Rogue Valley Mall. https://quikfixrvm.com/

 

 

Open 11 to 7 seven days a week. Call 541 690-1388

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Wednesday 8-17-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 “Wheels Up Wednesday” segment with automotive journalist Eric Peters at www.EpAutos.com

 

Some of what we discuss – CELEBRATING A DEATH – https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/08/16/celebrating-a-death/

(death of the Charger)

 

2022 Genesis G80 review – https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/08/15/2022-genesis-g80/

 

Beware the “Free 32-point” Inspection – https://www.ericpetersautos.com/2022/08/16/the-free-32-point-inspection/

 

 

8:10 Ira Mehlman, media director at the Federation for American Immigration Reform, www.FairUS.org   

FAIR Analysis: 4.9 Million Illegal Aliens Have Crossed our Borders Since President Biden Took Office

(August 16, 2022, Washington, D.C.) — The Federation for American Immigration Reform issued the following statement, as well as a deeper dive into the growing border crisis, based on data quietly released yesterday by the Biden administration:

Earlier this month, President Biden took credit for the July inflation rate being “only” 8.5 percent. Now that July border numbers are finally public, the White House may take credit for the fact that “only” 199,976 illegal aliens crossed our border, down from 207,416 in June. A minor drop in border encounters is not encouraging. Traditionally, numbers drop in the hottest summer months, and last month’s figures actually represent a 325 percent increase over the average number of July apprehensions under the Trump administration. More significantly, July numbers bring the total of illegal aliens crossing our borders since President Biden took office to 4.9 million, including some 900,000 “gotaways” who eluded apprehension and have since disappeared into American communities.

“Roughly the equivalent of the entire population of Ireland has illegally entered the United States in the 18 months President Biden has been in office, with many being released into American communities. In that time, the Biden administration has blamed an unprecedented surge of illegal immigration on all sorts of external factors, except their own sabotage of our nation’s immigration laws. The endless flow of illegal aliens and the incursion of lethal narcotics pouring across our border will not end until this administration demonstrates a willingness to enforce our laws,” said Dan Stein, president of FAIR.

 FAIR Border Snapshot for July 2022

  • Since President Biden took office, nearly 4.9 million illegal aliens have crossed our borders.

o          This includes the 3.9 million nationwide total reported by CBP – which includes a whopping 3.4 million at our Southwest border – as well as approximately 900,000 gotaways who have entered the country undetected per agency sources.

  • CBP had 199,976 encounters at the Southwest border in July 2022, including 134,362 single adults, 51,822 family units, and 13,299 unaccompanied minors.

o          This is a 325 percent increase from the average number of July apprehensions under President Trump.

o          CBP has encountered more illegal aliens in just 10 months of FY 2022 than in the entirety of FY 2021.

o          July was the 17th straight month with more than 150,000 encounters.

  • CBP reports that 10 individuals on the FBI’s terror watchlist were apprehended between ports of entry at the Southwest border in July, bringing the total for the current fiscal year to 66.
  • The Biden administration continues its crusade to end the Title 42 public health authority, despite extending other COVID-related national emergencies.

o          In July, CBP expelled only 37 percent of illegal aliens using Title 42, a 7 percent drop compared to last month.

  • 2,071 pounds of fentanyl and 12,989 pounds of methamphetamine were seized at the southern border in July, with much more getting through because Border Patrol agents are busy processing illegal aliens.
  • The amount of fentanyl seized in July is equivalent to 469 million lethal doses.

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Tuesday 8-16-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 6:35 College is back in session, and many science major students are entering their universities expecting to learn fact based science.  They will be unfortunately let down by the politicization of science in higher education and America as a whole.  Professor John Staddon is a biological science professor at Duke University who is NOT afraid of getting canceled.His new book, Science in the Age of Unreason was just reviewed by James G. Martin Center for academic renewal.  Reviewer George Leef writes:

Staddon argues that science is in dire straits in America due to the way that it has become politicized, with many topics now “off-limits” because the pursuit of truth might offend certain groups. Science should be dispassionate, but, in the modern university, passion often carries the day.

 

7:10 Brad Bennington, E.O. of the Builders Association – Last minute hearing on SB762 rule making and we discuss it.

 

UPDATE: Notice of Rulemaking Hearing – Senate Bill 762 implementation fire hazard mitigation standards

Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services sent this bulletin at 08/15/2022 11:40 AM PDT 

https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/ORDCBS/bulletins/3282cd4

 

 

7:35 Jonathan W. Emord is a constitutional law attorney, instructor at Georgetown Law University and author of The Authoritarians: Their Assault on Individual Liberty, the Constitution, and Free Enterprise from the 19th Century. We dig into the travesty of the Trump raid. Emord writes of this further in the following op-ed:

https://townhall.com/columnists/jonathanemord/2022/08/09/the-illegal-search-of-maralago-n2611487

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Monday 8-15-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Christian Watson is a spokesman for Color Us United , and the host of Pensive Politics with Christian Watson . Follow him on Twitter at @officialcwatson 

 

The Left’s idea of diversity is only skin deep

AUGUST 11, 2022 06:00 AM

BY 

CHRISTIAN WATSON

President Joe Biden has repeatedly said he wants to make his administration “look like America.” His implication is that true equality isn’t possible until the federal government represents every single demographic and group in the country.

But this message is exactly what’s wrong with the diversity, equity, and inclusion narrative being sold across the nation. True diversity isn’t predicated on appearances; it’s rooted in an equality of opportunity that values individuals for who they are and what they can offer, not what they look like. The Left, however, wants a diversity that is skin deep.

The Biden administration isn’t alone. Many corporations have tried to make their offices “look like America” as well. For example, American Express offered 15% bonuses to recruit more black employees. Google promised that 30% of its leadership positions would be filled by “underrepresented minorities” by 2025. At least 37 CEOs of other top companies have pledged to hire a total of 1 million black Americans by 2030.

The goal of these programs is to make offices, universities, and even bureaucratic agencies proportionally representative of American census data. That means slightly more than half of the positions should be filled by women, roughly 13% should be black, nearly 19% should be Hispanic, and so on.

But here’s the problem: America doesn’t even “look like America.”

For example, in Mississippi, more than 37% of the population is black. North Dakota, meanwhile, has a black population that hovers around 3%. If Mississippi employers were to try and make their businesses “look like America,” they’d have to turn away roughly two out of every three black candidates, while North Dakota’s wouldn’t even be able to hit 10%.

And who’s to say where we draw the line as to which groups should be represented proportionally? Does the Biden administration need 5.7% of its employees to be Asian Americans, or should it be more specific to have an exact percentage of employees of Japanese, Korean, or Chinese descent?

What about gender? Alternative gender identities are becoming more common by the month, but the fractions of the population who identify as atypical genders are so slim that hardly any company would be able to represent all of them.

It’s easy to see how ridiculous the Left’s goal is.

The reality is that not every group of Americans is interested in the same thing. There’s a reason you don’t typically see burly, bearded men working in makeup stores or petite women signing up to work in the logging industry. And that reason isn’t sexism — it’s a personal choice.

The same can be said of the presidential administration. Just because Biden feels he must have proportional representation in every corner of his administration does not mean that minority workers in the country are going to flock to whatever bureaucratic position he needs filled — nor should we want that.

Our woke leaders have completely abandoned the value of individual freedom and merit. Individuals have different interests. They pursue different careers and opportunities — not because of systemic racism, as the Left likes to claim, but because the experiences and values with which they’ve been raised lead them down different paths.

Moreover, not every individual is qualified to do every job — and cutting merit out of the equation just to hit a racial quota is a mark against the republic’s foundational ethos: e pluribus unum. Without the one, the many fall apart. Making America “look like America” at the cost of sacrificing the most qualified people because of their skin color is not a worthwhile goal.

The U.S. Census should not be used as a hiring guide. Individuals should be left to pursue whatever interests them in areas where they’re qualified. And if that doesn’t match the color-by-number the Biden administration wants, then so be it.

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735 Kevin Starrett with Oregon Firearms Federation www.OregonFIrearms.org

Today the battle is on against Measure 114, which would effectively eliminate the ability to purchase a firearm in Oregon in addition to additional anti-constitutional burdens and insults. Serious times, head to https://stop114.com/

to learn all about it, join the fight, contribute to the cause.

 

810 Dr. Dennis Powers, “Where Past Meets Present”. More at www.DennisPowersBooks.com

 

The Town of Kerby

By Dennis Powers

When driving on the Redwood Highway (Highway 199) from Grants Pass to Crescent City, one passes the tiny places of Wilderville and Selma before coming to Kerby, a short distance before Cave Junction. This old hamlet has about 500 hardy folks from garage mechanics and redwood sculpturers to those who man the Kerbyville Museum.

Trailing the Illinois River to there, the Redwood Highway basically follows an old wagon trail that led to the port of Crescent City. The discovery of gold at Sailor Diggings in 1852 along the river brought the first settlers to the Illinois Valley, which was then part of Jackson County. In 1855, James Kerby homesteaded in the valley and one year later, set up its post office as the first postmaster. With the town of Kerbyville named after him, his chosen location was on the main route from the sea and California into the newly discovered gold fields.

As miners, merchants, and their families searched for new and easier gold finds, Kerbyville became more populated, especially since it was a stagecoach stop on the way. When Josephine County was carved from the western part of Jackson County in 1856, Sailor Diggings (renamed Waldo) became the first county seatbut only for one year. When its gold began playing out, Kerbyville in an 1857 election became the new county center due to the relocations and its proximity. The county officers then included three county commissioners, sheriff, auditor, treasurer, probate judge, and coroner, along with a U.S. District Court presence.

The Oregon Territorial Legislature another year later renamed it as “Napoleon”possibly due to an influential landowner who greatly admired Napoleon III, the then ruler of France and grandson of the Empress Josephinebut the name soon changed back to Kerbyville. The town later became known by its short version of Kerby.

When the railroad came through Grants Pass, however, this important development brought this city into the forefront, and in 1886 it became the new county seat (which continues to today). With much of the area’s commercial activities centered on gold mining, farming, and supplying provisions to the miners, the area began to decline in the late-1850s to early-1860s when the precious gold became more difficult to find. Residents left Kerby, as well, and the good times came to an end.

In 1879 at a sheriff’s auction, Mr. William Nauke bought for $5 nearly two acres of land in Kerby and had a house built for his family. It also served as a general store, post office, and stage stop on the road to the coast. Today, the Kerbyville Museum is part of the Nauke house property. The museum has exhibits depicting the pioneer days, the Illinois Valley in the 1900s, and early Native Americans lifeincluding displays of baskets, grinding tools and stones, blankets, arrow and spear points, pottery, and many other artifacts. The property includes an early-day log schoolhouse built on Sucker Creekand with the all-important outhouse.

Call ahead and see what their hours are; plus, whether it is named “Kerby” or “Kerbyville”, you are at the right place. The unincorporated community of Kerby is still about the same size it was when being the county seat over 150 years ago, and the museum shows what this looked like. Kerby still exists, but it’s now a tiny suburb of Cave Junction.

Sources: Greg Walter, “The Oregon Encyclopedia: Kerbyville,” at Town of Kerby (Kerbyville); Alice Mullaly, “Oregon Centennial Inspires Kerbyville Museum,” Jefferson Public Radio: As It Was, October 24, 2008, at Kerbyville Museum.  

 

8:40 OPEN FOR BUSINESS with Ben McReynolds from Knox Classical Academy, www.KnoxMedford.com  email benmc@knoxclassicalacademy.com

Ben and I discuss the classical education available for K through 12, the FoxNation series “Miseducation of America” and how Knox is the cure for what ails Public K-12 education.

 

Call Ben to find out more at 541-423-9291

 

FIGHT THE MEDFORD BIKE MAFIA “ROAD DIET”

WANT A ROAD DIET IN MEDFORD??? ME, NEITHER

The “Spandex Bike Mafia” (including some Medford City Planners) hope you’ll go to sleep and let them turn downtown Medford into Holland. Do you want a Gang Green Medford “Road Diet” on Riverside, Central Avenue, Court Street, and Main Street? Well that’s the plan unless you get busy and give ’em hell.

Get your public input in now through 8/31 to the “E Main/Riverside/Central/Court Multimodal Study virtual open house.”  (link takes you to the survey)

These key arterial roads are ALREADY crowded. Photos of some of the options are here.  I suggest the “No Build Option” for each, which leaves the roads alone. Let your sensible friends and family know about this scheme.

Imagine this TWO WAY bike highway sucking up a lane of productive pavement….

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Friday 8-12-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government, www.DailyTorch.com and www.GetLiberty.org . Today it’s the Trump home raid, and here’s where you can email Congress and demand action: END THE POLITICAL PERSECUTION OF PRESIDENT TRUMP

 

7:10 Greg Roberts, “Mr. Outdoors” from www.RogueWeather.com and today’s outdoor/fire report.  

 

8:15 Glenn Archambault, our elected Farm Services Agency Rep for southern Oregon, and local farmer. Millions of Dollars in funding coming for area irrigation districts. What does it mean? Any potential downside?

 

The appropriations are discussed in Senator Merkley’s Newsletter:

 

Investing in Oregon’s Priorities

In July, the Senate Appropriations Committee released its fiscal year 2023 appropriations bills. As Chairman of the Senate Interior Appropriations Subcommittee, Jeff worked hard to ensure priorities for communities in every corner of Oregon were included in the funding bill he wrote. 

“The legislation I wrote, which is built on the input of Oregonians from across the state, funds programs that modernize our water systems, combat climate chaos, champion critical projects long-sought by our communities and tribes and so much more, all while creating good-paying jobs. And at a time when wildfires are an ever-growing threat to our state, this bill makes big investments in preventing and fighting dangerous megafires. I am excited to see how these investments will play a key role in strengthening our state for generations to come.” – Senator Jeff Merkley 

The Interior Appropriations bill includes critical funding for wildfire response and preparedness, outdoor recreation, drinking water and wastewater systems, forest restoration, and so much more. In writing this bill, Jeff fought to make sure that Oregon had a strong voice in DC, and that Oregon’s priorities were reflected in our nation’s investments.

Full breakdown and description of FY23 Interior Appropriations projects and priorities for Oregon can be found  here

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Thursday 8-11-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Dr. Jane Orient M.D. Executive Director of Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS)

August 10, 2022

What Does ‘Gender Affirming’ Mean for Your Child?

Jane M. Orient, M.D.

The Biden Administration is planning to reinstate rules withdrawn by the Trump Administration that add gender identity to nondiscrimination protections. It would also expand requirements to include any providers who accept Medicare Part B.

It’s not altogether clear what this will mean. There is no evidence that transgender or gender-nonconforming persons are failing to get prenatal care or delivery of babies, treatment for heart attacks, gall bladder surgery, trauma care, or other types of care that all types of patients might need—though it is possible that some caregivers might use the “wrong” pronouns. The issue seems to be “gender-affirming” care.       

Physicians might be pressured to provide care they think is morally objectionable or harmful to a patient. This was the reason why the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) objected to the rule in the first place.           

But exactly what kind of care? Language is the tool we use for thinking, and the meaning of words is critically important. “Affirming” sounds like a good thing, a positive thing. It’s replacing the term “sex change.”

Unarguably, it is impossible to change biological sex, to switch out the Y or the second X chromosome present in every cell of a person’s body. Also, advocates claim that people “know” themselves “really” to be of a gender different from the one “assigned at birth,” so the gender is essentially not being changed.

Puberty confirms and exhibits biologic sex, but in Newspeak this is not called “affirming.” After going through natural puberty, the vast majority of gender-confused children accept the biological reality that their bodies constantly manifest. So, many transgender activists insist that “affirming” therapy must be started before puberty, using a puberty blocker such as Lupron™ (leuprolide). It works by stopping production of the pituitary hormone that tells the testicles to make testosterone or the ovaries to made estrogen. Its main approved use is in cancer chemotherapy. It is also used in infertility treatments and to delay precocious puberty. Using it to suppress normal puberty is an unapproved, “off-label” use. 

Lupron has numerous severe adverse effects. It stops the maturation of sex cells, and may result in sterility. It stunts growth and reduces bone density, among other consequences. It is not a harmless on-off switch that can delay a child’s development to give the child time to “explore” gender identity. While it may prevent or diminish irreversible changes such as a deepening voice, it causes its own, probably irreversible changes in many body systems.          

The next step is cross-sex hormones to “affirm” (cause) the development of some secondary sex characteristics of the nonbiologic gender, such as facial hair, voice changes, and breast development. But sex hormones are not magic potions; many characteristics of the biological sex will persist despite years of therapy.  

The next and clearly irreversible step is surgery.

Surgery does not affirm body parts. Surgery merely removes functional organs and replaces them with non-functional imperfect replicas. For example, a skin-covered wound that requires constant dilatation to remain open will never have the functionality of female genitalia.

Transgender extremists may try to steer a child into this course, even without the knowledge or consent of a parent.

Female-to-male transgender people might enjoy showing off their “top surgery”—if they had extremely expensive cosmetic surgery. If they haven’t, they will not look like the models shown on the internet, but will simply have a flat, deeply scarred, female-sized chest.     

How many surgeons explain the possible urinary problems? Some patients will have to spend 10 minutes emptying their bladder and will constantly drip urine. “Bottom surgery” is complex, painful, and fraught with complications, while its results are typically far from the wishful expectations.       

Are these interventions “affirming”–or denying?

Biological women are denied their prospects for femininity. They can lose their smooth skin, their breasts, their beautiful soprano singing voice, and their ability to bear children. They are likely to lose permanently their attractiveness to men who desire a lifelong female partner and wife and mother.      

Biological men are denied their full height and strength and their potency, fertility, and attractiveness to women who desire a lifelong male partner and protector and father to their children. Post “transition” they will probably still have a distinctly male bone structure and other typically male coarser features.

“Affirmative treatment” negates the ability to experience intimacy in relationships in the way that normal women or normal men do. All patients will need lifelong medical care—continuous hormones and management of adverse effects.

But will the “affirmed” people be happy with their identity and less likely to commit suicide? We have very little long-term follow-up, and for now well-funded Woke activists are in control of research and treatment, and in a position to punish or cancel all non-affirming opinion.

“Affirming” a delusion, and denying reality can only lead to harm

 

7:35 Blaine L. Pardoe, author of A Most Uncivil War. Pardoe is an award-winning New York Times bestselling author of numerous science fiction, military history, true crime, horror, and business leadership books.

FREEDOM IS ALWAYS WORTH FIGHTING FOR!

A Most Uncivil War

(Book Two in the Blue Dawn Series)

By

Blaine L. Pardoe

Newmerica was forged out of a violent coup that superimposed a socialist state over what had been the United States of America. For five years into their rule, the progressives have had their way in dismantling every aspect of American life. Out of the shadows, a new American President has been sworn in, threatening their grip on the nation. The Newmerican’s are unwilling to turn over the reins of power setting the stage for a conflict unlike any other.

As a second American Civil War erupts, a unique ensemble of characters must struggle to find their place in the conflict and survive. One is a war veteran struggling with his reputation and deep personal loss. Another is a covert agent who must rescue a freedom fighter trapped behind the lines. Another is a Secret Service Director on a race against time with an assassin. A college student tries to hide from social enforcers bent on making an example of her, and a military commander must face the ultimate test in battle. Against the backdrop of a Presidential election that might fracture the nation even further, the enemies of freedom show their true colors and the depths they will go to hold onto power.

Woven from the tapestry of today’s headlines, Blaine Pardoe presents the gripping second book in the Blue Dawn series. One thing is certain, this internal struggle for control of the American way of life will be a most uncivil war!

8:15 State Senator Dennis Linthicum, Oregon Senate District 28, Klamath Falls – does a fantastic Breakdown of SB762 (fire mapping bill) in his latest Newsletter. Read it here:

 

SMOKE AND MIRROR TACTICS

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Wednesday 8-10-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Eric Peters, Automotive journalist and head of www.EPAutos.com and here’s just some of his hot latest articles:

Lightning Strikes

Acting vs Talking

The Sound if Not the Cylinders

Alex First

2022 Toyota Tundra review

 

7:10  PUBLICIST TO THE STARS! THE IMPESARIO OF THE MAGA MEDIA RELEASES HIS FIRST BOOK! The Woking Dead: How Society’s Vogue Virus Destroys Our Culture

 

A.J. Rice, is President & CEO of Publius PR, Editor-in-Chief of The Publius National Post, and author of the new book, The Woking Dead: How Society’s Vogue Virus Destroys Our Culture.

 

8:10 Dr. Naomi Wolf, we talk about the breaking news that the CDC partnered with big tech to cancel her…and the memos have been revealed.

 

The Bodies of Others: The New Authoritarians, Covid-19 and the War Against the Human

 

By

 

Naomi Wolf

 

PUBLIUS SPECIAL GUEST: Naomi Wolf, author of The Bodies of Others: The New Authoritarians, Covid-19 and the War Against the Human. Wolf is co-founder and CEO of DailyClout.io, a successful civic tech company. 

 

Thanks to a FOIA lawsuit brought by America First Legal against the big tech companies, I have learned that the CDC’s press group coordinated with big tech companies, such as Twitter, to attack critics of vaccine side effects for ‘misinformation.’ To my horror I saw that a tweet of mine was included in targeted tweets that America First obtained via FOIA. The tweet of mine that the CDC brought to big tech for targeting, was an example of basic investigative reporting on women’s health issues – the kind of reporting I’ve done for 35 years. My flagged tweet simply noted that hundreds of women were reporting menstrual side effects, and this needed more investigation. Of course, this turned out to be true and even Dr. Fauci recently acknowledged, in an appearance on Special Report with Bret Baier, that “we need to study it more (effect of the vaccines on menstrual cycles).” 

Shortly after the CDC identified my tweet as ‘misinformation’ I was deplatformed and a global attack from legacy media sought to undermine my reputation. Tweets that I had previously deleted as being poorly worded, were resuscitated and circulated to media in the effort to discredit me. Only Twitter could have retrieved these deleted tweets. I was called ‘mad’ and ‘batshit crazy’ and counter factual.’

But a year plus layer, everything about which I warned about and documented in my bestselling book The Bodies of Others turned out to be true. NIH studies confirm that vaccinated women have an AVERAGE of a day more a month of menstrual bleeding. Some vaccinated women have two periods a month; ten-year-old girls began bleeding post-vaccination; ling postmenopausal women suffer uterine bleeding post vaccination. Some vaccinated women suffer from uterine ‘casting’.

And predictably, spontaneous abortion, miscarriage and neonatal deaths for vaccinated mothers are up 34% in Israel and up to 200% in Scotland. 

The CDC is tasked and funded by our tax dollars, to protect us from harms. Instead, the CDC directed public resources to silence responsible journalism about a valid women’s health concern and as a result, thousands of women have suffered serious physical harm and their fertility may have been severely affected. 

It’s terrifying to be a private citizen and a longtime, highly credible reporter on women’s health issues, who was targeted by my own government simply for doing my job. 

I am discussing bringing both civil and criminal charges against CDC. All US women have been harmed by this attack on women’s health journalism.

Since I am still deplatformed, I need you to help get the word out. You can purchase my bestselling book, a work that will stand the test of time, The Bodies of Others on Amazon, Book-A-Million, Barnes and Noble or directly through my publisher — All Seasons Press.

 

PLUG BOOK: The Bodies of Others: The New Authoritarians, Covid-19 and the War Against the Human

 

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Tuesday 8-09-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Joel Gilbert, author of Michelle Obama 2024: Her Real Life Story and Plan for Power and director of the documentary Michelle Obama 2024. Gilbert is a political commentator and foreign policy analyst based in Los Angeles.

WATCH THE FILM TRAILER HERE:

Michelle Obama will run for President in 2024 and base her candidacy on a life story that is more racially divisive and very nearly as fictitious as that of her husband Barack.

This book, published by Post Hill Press, is based on one year of research and extensive personal interviews with those closest to Michelle Obama, including relatives, teachers, professors, boyfriends, and close friends. Michelle Obama’s real story and real-life history is revealed for the first time…

Michelle Obama is not who she pretends to be. In Michelle Obama 2024, filmmaker Joel Gilbert does a deep dive into the life of the most popular woman in America and reveals one game-changing detail after another. Gilbert’s investigative journey takes him from Chicago to Princeton to Washington to Martha’s Vineyard and beyond. Along the way, he discovers that Michelle has created a cynical, highly effective, false narrative of her life story based largely on gender and race. In Chicago, Gilbert chronicles how Michelle has repeatedly run from the Black community or sold it out, much as her father did when he served as a precinct captain for the Daley Machine. Gilbert then exposes Michelle Obama’s “I hate politics” disclaimer as strategic cover for her intense lifelong political advocacy as he deconstructs Michelle’s best-selling autobiography, Becoming.

As the best-loved Democrat, Michelle has been preparing to run for President since 2016 by following the same formula as Barack did before her. This includes writing an autobiography, giving the keynote speech at the Democrat National Convention, and heading up a voter registration organization. Gilbert also unveils Michelle’s psychological dark side and explains how her deep feelings of inadequacy drive her to run for the presidency. Gilbert ultimately reveals the real Michelle Obama, one very few Americans know or understand, but that all must be wary of as she seeks the highest office in the land. If she wins in 2024, Gilbert predicts, Michelle will take orders from global elites…and chaos will follow as surely as night follows day.

Like her husband Barack, Michelle’s ‘life story’ is more fiction than fact.

  https://www.michelleobama24.com

    https://www.facebook.com/joelgilbert.net

    https://twitter.com/JoelSGilbert

 

 

7:10 Mr. Outdoors, Greg Roberts at www.Rogueweather.com

We talk of badly-behaving fire media.

 

 

7:35 Josephine County Commissioner Herman Baertschiger talks area politics and issues.

8:15 Jamie Batte on “Open For Business”, he’s principal broker at TruHome Southern Oregon. Call him at 541-890-1089, email Jamie@truhome.me  On with web www.truhome.net

 

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Friday 8-05-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government, www.DailyTorchcom and www.GetLiberty.org

Rick and I talk about the latest jobs report, does it make sense?

 

 

7:10 Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet is the President and CEO of Truth for Health Foundation, a faith-based human rights 501(c)(3) public charity, and the creator of the Foundation’s innovative six initiatives that advocate for early outpatient COVID treatment, treatment and resources for vaccine-injured patients including the Citizens Vaccine Injury Reporting System™ (CVIRS™), legal defense grants for military service members and others denied medical and religious freedom, medical and legal help for families of hospitalized patients denied effective treatment, and the Health and Resilience Initiative to empower people with steps to improve health and avoid the restrictions on freedom with Big Medicine, Big Pharma and Big Government. The Foundation provides international educational and training programs focused on effective strategies for COVID and many other medical conditions, and on the interconnections of health, faith and lifestyle approaches for restoring resilience and quality of life.

 

Newest Threat to Medical Freedom—Monkeypox “Emergency”

by Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D. 

August 3rd, 2022

Newest Threat to Medical Freedom—Monkeypox “Emergency”

by Elizabeth Lee Vliet, M.D.

The World Health Organization declaration of Monkeypox as a “Public Health Emergency of International Concern” (PHEIC), was made by one man, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who has no medical training, over the objection of the majority of his own expert committee of medical and scientific advisors. Nine of the committee members thought a PHEIC should not be declared and six supported a declaration.

“Nine and six is very, very close. Since the role of the committee is to advise, I decided to act as a tie-breaker,” Tedros said in a news conference called to announce the decision.”

Perhaps it is the “new math” that leads to the conclusion of a “tie” with a 3-vote majority on one side?  And why did Tedros decide to go with the minority opinion rather than the majority?

Rosamund Lewis, the WHO technical lead for monkeypox, said in a July 20 press conference: “About 98 percent of (Monkeypox) cases are among men who have sex with men—and primarily those who have multiple recent anonymous or new partners.” She then said they are typically young and chiefly live in urban areas.

So why did Tedros decide unilaterally to declare a global emergency for the vast majority of people who do not fit this profile?

A little-known fact about the PHEIC designation is that it triggers implementation of the International Health Regulations signed in 2005 by more than 190 countries. It seems evident that WHO plans to continue their power, implemented with the COVID emergency declaration, to dictate global public health policy, and their directives for oppressive measures such as lockdowns and travel restrictions that WHO pushed globally during COVID. Since COVID obviously wasn’t stopped, WHO appears determined to implement still more draconian measures, and push more coercive vaccine mandates.

Conveniently, shortly just before the monkeypox scare, Bavarian Nordic’s JYNNEOS vaccine was approved by the FDA in September 2019 for use against both smallpox and its cousin monkeypox. This is in spite of published data showing JYNNEOS product is associated with higher risk of myocarditis, also a serious risk with the COVID shots.

The U.S. government has reportedly stockpiled enough smallpox vaccine for the entire population in the event of a biowarfare attack, and has recently ordered $113 million worth of vaccine from Bavarian Nordic, with an option to buy $180 million more for a total of 13 million doses.

Conceivably, the U.S. could mandate this vaccine—if enough could be made. Voluntary compliance would likely be a problem, as smallpox vaccines are already well-known to cause myocarditis and pericarditis, already causing death and disability world-wide with COVID-19 vaccines.

Panic over a monkeypox threat is yet another potential means to midterm elections and prevent the expected Republican takeover in Congress.

How much fear is warranted? The Truth for Health Foundation Monkey Pox Fact Sheet can be downloaded free; here are some highlights:

Monkey pox has been known in Africa since 1958, primarily as a disease of ground squirrels. It can spread to monkeys and humans with close contact and poor hygiene, but very few cases have been reported outside Africa before now.

Monkey pox is far less contagious than smallpox, influenza, or COVID, and is much milder than smallpox and unlikely to be lethal. You catch monkeypox from contact with bodily fluids such as saliva or semen, as well as skin lesion, either directly or from soiled linens or clothing.

Symptoms include fever, headaches, and lymph node swelling followed by an eruption of pus-filled blisters. The skin lesions can resemble those of shingles, chickenpox, or syphilis. The rash tends to start on the face and has the unusual feature that blisters can form on the palms of the hands.

The first cases were associated with two large European “raves.” The Canary Island event occurred—just coincidentally—on the same date as a hypothetical bioterror attack modeled in an Event 201-style wargame exercise about release of an engineered monkeypox virus, “a pathogen engineered in a laboratory with inadequate biosafety and biosecurity provisions and weak oversight.”

A whole series of pandemic simulations have been run by globalists since 2000. Is the purpose to protect public health? Or to increase the globalists’ power, and destroy individual medical freedom and national sovereignty?

Hint: consider the response to monkeypox. A public health response would shut down venues for anonymous sex for three weeks, and blast out warnings to abstain from promiscuous sex. And try traditional contact tracing. But a physician writing about his painful 14 days in isolation said nothing about contact tracing—unlike with COVID, no cellphone apps for monkeypox, lest it be stigmatizing! Just wait for a vaccine!

Americans must learn from the COVID debacle: take sensible precautions, but don’t fall for the fear porn and do not surrender your rights, especially not to WHO.

 

7:35 Mr. Outdoors, Greg Roberts at www.RogueWeather.com

8:15 Capt. William E. Simpson, Wild Horse Fire Brigade promoter. Could it help reduce blazes such as McKinney Creek?

 

This should tell legislators and county officials something! People are wising up fast to the fact that current wildfire strategies and management being given a FAIL.

Wildfires and toxic smoke are a major topic for people running for office, and now they will have to take a position and actually posit a NEW plan to reduce the frequency and intensity of catastrophic wildfire and toxic smoke, in front of the microphones and cameras.  Voters wanna know the PLAN to stop these Serial Killers.

THE HILL:

Equilibrium/Sustainability — Wild horses could help temper Western wildfires

https://thehill.com/policy/equilibrium-sustainability/3585146-equilibrium-sustainability-wild-horses-could-help-temper-western-wildfires/

NPR National:

Short Wave:

Wild Horses Could Keep Wildfire At Bay

https://www.npr.org/2022/07/08/1110474146/wild-horses-could-keep-wildfire-at-bay

ABC15 Phoenix Arizona:

Could horses be the solution to preventing wildfires in our state?

https://www.abc15.com/weather/impact-earth/could-horses-be-the-solution-to-preventing-wildfires-in-our-state

CBS INVESTIGATIVE NEWS DENVER:

Mustangs Used For Wildfire Mitigation? Nonprofit Proposes Possible Solution To Wild Horse Debate

https://www.cbsnews.com/colorado/news/mustangs-wildfire-mitigation-rancher-solution-wild-horse-debate/

ABC NEWSWATCH 12 KDRV – Medford:

More wild horses equals less fire fuels

https://www.kdrv.com/video/more-wild-horses-equals-less-fire-fuels/video_8b3c4ab9-9e43-5c6f-ae4b-89351b795ab1.html

Court Boice and I are trying to bring a Wild Horse Fire Brigade to HIS COUNTY….

Creator: Wild Horse Fire Brigade (https://www.wildhorsefirebrigade.org/)

Author @ HorseTalk

Member:  IMDb

Muck Rack: https://muckrack.com/william-e-simpson-ii

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Thursday 8-04-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Mr. X, our community researcher talks with me about the atrocious intrusions of Senate Bill 762, the wildfire risk mapping/defensible space bill. Ed and I discuss how international definitions of the WUI, Wildland Urban Interface were forced upon us. Here’s some interesting background reading that we discussed: Mr X SB762 reading info

 

7:10 Betsy Johnson, unaffiliated gubernatorial candidate joins me, her website www.RunBetsyRun.com

8:15 Robert J. Marks II, Ph.D. author of UNCOMPUTABLE YOU: What You Do that Artificial Intelligence Never Will. Bob is Distinguished Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, School of Engineering & Computer Science, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Baylor University. He serves as the director of Discovery Institute’s Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence.

  

More on Robert: www.RobertMarks.org

Should A.I. Be Granted Patents on the Designs it Helps Develop?

By Robert J. Marks

That’s a current argument before the U.S. Court of Appeals.

Artificial intelligence (AI) should no more be given a patent on an invention than my word processor should be granted a copyright on the article I’m writing. Yet the U.S. Appeals Court has recently been told, “A.I. should be considered the inventor on patent applications covering a beverage container based on fractal geometry and a light beacon that flashes in a new way.”

Like bulldozers, electricity, and nuclear power, AI is a tool. Make no mistake, AI is a powerful and potentially dangerous tool. But like my word processor, it ultimately does only what it is instructed to do. [more…]

Artificial intelligence has largely replaced travel agents, tollbooth attendants and mapmakers, but will smart machines/AI someday replace attorneys, physicians, military strategies, and world leaders? What about composers, painters, and novelists? Are we doomed to obsolescence by tomorrow’s ultra-powerful artificial intelligence? Robert J. Marks, a pioneer in computing intelligence, says, “no way.” In his new book, Non-Computable You: What You Do That Artificial Intelligence Never Will, Marks says as impressive as AI is, it doesn’t hold a candle to human intelligence… and it never will. AI will never understand, experience sentience or be creative and, so far, has no common sense.

You’ll find all the answers in NON-COMPUTABLE YOU:

  • Should AI be granted patents, copyrights, trademarks?
  • Why doesn’t AI have common sense yet?
  • Should AI robots be given human rights?
  • Should the U.S. pursue development of autonomous killer robots for the military?
  • Can AI help identify school shooters?
  • When an AI system is involved in a tragedy like a fatal accident in a self-driving car, who is to blame?
  • Is the mind the same as the brain?
  • Why do some really smart people, like Stephen Hawking and Roger Penrose, believe in super AI intelligence beyond that of a human while others like Nobel Prize winning physicist Roger Penrose have their doubts?
  • Why can’t AI create original music or original art?

Should AI be given human rights? Believe it or not, a robot named Sophia has been granted citizenship in Saudi Arabia. Recently in the news there has been a case made for AI to be listed as an inventor on patents and listed as a creator of copyrights. Robert J Marks, makes a strong case against AI being granted any ownership of intellectual property. These powers belong to none other than NON-COMPUTABLE YOU.

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Wednesday 8-03-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Eric Peters, Automotive Journalist at EP Autos – www.EpAutos.com

Our “Wheels Up Wednesday” talk includes:

 

The “Gun Problem”

 

DiaperedLosi

 

Mitsubishi Rising

 

The Gangs of San Mateo

 

2022 Subaru WRX Review

 

7:35 Dick Morris, New York Times bestselling author, winning presidential strategist & the man Time magazine dubbed “the most influential private citizen in America” – lays-out Trump’s secret plan to return to power in 2024. His new book: THE RETURN: TRUMP’S BIG 2024 COMEBACK. 

More info on Dick: www.dickmorris.com

THE TRUMP REVOLUTION CANNOT

SUCCEED WITHOUT TRUMP.

Will he run in 2024? YOU BET HE WILL.

Will he be the GOP nominee? ABSOLUTELY.

Will he win the election? YES!

 

 

 

  1. 8:15 Jonathan Knapp, “Jon” Knapp, Josephine County Sheriffs candidate www.sheriffjon.com

We talk of his experience, what’s wrong with the department (in his view) and how to pay for it, too. Here’s his position statement on the proposed 3% sales tax in JoCo to pay for patrol:

Jon Knapp Sales Tax Position Statement

 8:40 Open for Business with Randal from Advanced Air www.MyAdvancedAir.com and a discussion on repairs, tips for staying cool and other issues you need to know during the hot weather.

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Tuesday 8-02-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 7:10 State Representative Lily Morgan – We talk Senate Bill 762, what could be done to fix the many problems in this fire risk mapping/defensible space legislation.

7:35 Josephine County Commissioner Herman Baertschiger, More on SB762, free A/C for poor people, other political news.

8:15 Mark W. Smith is a constitutional attorney, a distinguished fellow at the Ave Maria School of Law as well as the host of the Four Boxes Diner YouTube channel, which discusses Second Amendment history and scholarship. 

The “assault” weapons ban passed by the House of Representatives Friday, is likely to increase gun and ammunition magazine sales. Second Amendment expert and host of the Four Boxes Diner YouTube channel, Mark W. Smith, describes this as “Forbidden Fruit” in his new video. Mark explains that when a particular item is harder to get, the more desirable it becomes. That is exactly what is happening right now with rifles and magazines.  

Mark states there are many historical examples of “Forbidden Fruits” like “Banned in Boston” in the 19th century. Certain books were banned in Boston for explicit stories, but these books were still allowed to be sold in other states/cities. Mark explains that the publishers used this as a marketing strategy to increase their sales around the country. The anti-gun community believes “assault” weapons bans will stop the purchasing of guns. But, according to the “Forbidden Fruit” theory, gun sales will only increase. 

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Monday 8-01-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Nancy Pelosi to go to Taiwan – another “Tiny Blunder/Big Disaster”? I talk with Jared Knot, author of

Tiny Blunders/Big Disasters: Thirty-Nine Tiny Mistakes That Changed the World Forever 

 Jared Knott, author of Tiny Blunders/Big Disasters: Thirty-Nine Tiny Mistakes That Changed the World Forever. Knott was a decorated combat infantry officer in Vietnam in the First Air Cavalry Division.
Experience the “Butterfly Effect” of Human History
The small things that had great historical consequences…
Here are a few examples:

  1. A single document poorly designed by one single clerk in one single county changed the outcome of a presidential election and led directly to a major war. 
  2. A soldier accidentally kicks a helmet off the top of a wall and causes an empire to collapse. 
  3. A small mechanical device several inches long fails to function, which changes the outcome of WWII and leads to the death of millions of people. 
  4. A man fails to gather his army in time to defend against an attack because of the temptation of opium and a young slave woman. 
  5. And many more!

FIND HIS WEBSITE HERE:

FIND HIS FACEBOOK HERE:

FIND HIS TWITTER HERE:

 

7:10 Rev. James R. Harden, M.Div. is the CEO of CompassCare Pregnancy Services and lives outside of Rochester, NY with his wife and ten children.

https://tinyurl.com/FirebombedClinic/

First Firebombed Pro-Life Medical Center Reopens Under Threat

On June 7th, CompassCare’s pro-life medical office in Buffalo was the victim of a brutal arson attack perpetrated by pro-abortion terrorist group Jane’s Revenge. CompassCare reopened to serve patients the very next day in an undisclosed location. Now despite increased threats by pro-abortion terrorists and attacks by pro-abortion politicians, CompassCare became the first firebombed pro-life medical office to rebuild and reopen—in just 52 days. 

8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers, retired professor of Business Law, www.DennisPowersBooks.com with today’s “Where Past Meets Present”.

Cave Junction

By Dennis Powers

Although gold mining was an important factor at first in the Illinois Valley, this did not lead to permanent towns: It was the Oregon Caves, its development, and building road access. Elijah Davidson discovered the Oregon Caves in 1874 while bear hunting deep in the Siskiyou Mountains. After shooting a deer, he followed his dog to a large hole in a mountain (now renamed Mount Elijah after him). Making his way carefully into the black darkness, Davidson lit match after match to find the silhouettes of caverns, stalactites (hanging down like icicles) and stalagmites (from below, sticking up). Telling others about his discovery, the labyrinth of caves and passageways became fairly known, but its remote location kept exploration only for the adventurous.

Experts determined that acidic rainwater from the ancient forest above had dissolved the underlying marble to create one of the world’s rare marble caves. In 1907, Joaquin Miller–the fabled “Poet of the Sierras”–visited the caves and was so impressed that he wrote an article about its unique beauty. Published by Sunset Magazine and entitled “The Marble Halls of Oregon,” this publicity gave it nationwide exposure. As a result of the continued advocacy, President Taft designated the 480-acre Oregon Caves in 1909 as a national monument.

Commercial cave tours didn’t become viable until 1922 when the Oregon State Hwy. Commission and U.S. Forest Service (“USFS”) funded and completed a road (Oregon Hwy. 46) from the Redwood Highway (Hwy. 199) to the monument. One year later, the USFS agreed with Grants Pass businessmen to finance the lodging and staff in running the resort (a concessionaire now does this), while it (later the National Park Service–or “NPS”) provided oversight and infrastructure, including cave lighting, trails, and a water system.

The increased traffic led to a town developing at the junction of the Redwood Highway and Highway 46. Originally known as Caves City, it was established in 1926 on land donated by Elwood Hussey. In 1935, its post office was named as Cave Junction (since it wasn’t an incorporated city, this new name was agreeable). The locality became incorporated as Cave Junction in 1948, and it is the only incorporated area in the Illinois Valley. Not surprisingly, the city’s motto is the “Gateway to the Oregon Caves.”

Over time, the chalet, cottages, dormitory, and six-story Chateau were built, rebuilt, and renovated. In 2014, Congress expanded the monument nearly 10-fold, from 480 acres to approximately 4,550. An extensive modification of the Chateau began in late 2018, whereby this structure will not be ready to open until 2023. Until then, the Oregon Caves is still open to tours and overnight camping at campsites, but there is no food available, and check first. Cave Junction continues on as its “gateway” along with tourism, wineries, and the legalization of cannabis as economic supports. Its population is approximately 2000 hardy folks.  

Sources: Dennis Powers, Where Past Meets present–Ashland, Oregon: Hellgate Press, 2017, pp. 140-142 (Oregon Caves); Wikipedia: Cave Junction, Oregon at History; National Park Service: Oregon Caves at Latest Park News. “Chateau rehab at the Oregon Caves hit a snag,” Mail Tribune, February 4, 2021, at Chateau Opening Delayed.

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Thursday 7-28-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Terry Jeffrey – Editor in Chief of CNS News www.CNSnews.com , a division of the Media Research Center www.MRC.org

 

 

Last week, the US House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act which repeals the Defense of Marriage Act passed in 1996 and would ensure that same sex and interracial marriages would be recognized by all states. 

 

Terry Jeffrey in his column this week recalls that then-Rep. Chuck Schumer of New York, then-Sen. Joe Biden of Delaware, and then-President Bill Clinton all supported DOMA. Some of these same people now support the Respect for Marriage Act. He writes:

 

(T)he House last week voted 267-157 to approve the so-called Respect for Marriage Act. It essentially repeals the Defense of Marriage Act, removing “provisions that define, for purposes of federal law, marriage as between a man and a woman” and “provisions that do not require states to recognize same-sex marriages from other states.” It has now been sent to the Senate, whose Democratic leader is Schumer—and, who like Clinton and Biden, once acted to defend traditional marriage.

​Terry is available for comment on this topic. If you would like to have him on your program, I would be happy to connect you. For more on Terry’s background and writing, please see below.

  

Terry pens a weekly column expertly covering a variety of issues for Creators Syndicate. His columns have appeared in Townhall, RealClearPolitics, and The Drudge Report among others. 

His latest work includes pieces on:

 

U.S. Trade Deficit with Russia

The Moral and Mortal Failures on the Southern Border 

How Government and Government and Public Prayer interact

The Role of Government and Displaying Religious Symbols in the Public Square

The Record Amount of Taxes Collected And Ever-Increasing Spending

 

Aside from his experience covering the news, Terry previously served as Political Advisor to Former GOP Presidential Candidate Pat Buchanan. 

 

 

7:10 Dr. Angie Farella, pediatrician from Webster, TX, and a speaker at the

WISE Event this Saturday at the Historic Ashland Armory, Buy tickets at the door as well as Eventbrite More at www.or.childrenshealthdefense.org

 

Dr. Angie Farella is also a pediatrician, resides in Texas, and will speak to the issues with the Covid Shots, particularly for kids, the experiences she had treating Covid, when other doctors failed to do so, and her work with Dr. Peter McCullough and others to raise awareness among Legislators nationwide concerning the dangers of the current covid vaccines as well as the suppression of successful early treatment strategies. 

 

8:10 Rob Schlapfer from www.RiseUpOregon.com and we continue the conversation about the Woke Jackson County Library Services, and what’s next.

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WILDFIRE MEETING CANCELLED (From state) – The Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) is canceling the July 26 community information session scheduled in Grants Pass. The July 27 information session scheduled in Medford will now be a virtual meeting only. Anyone may attend the virtual session.

ODF’s information session in Grants Pass was canceled due to CONCERN FOR THE PHYSICAL SAFETY OF ATTENDEES and ODF EMPLOYEES. (Emphasis mine) The virtual meeting will be held through Zoom from 7-8 p.m. Wednesday, July 27. Join the meeting through this link: https://odf.zoom.us/j/97802419789.

(They’ll reschedule an in-person meeting in the future)

 

Remember, folks, ODF isn’t the Bad Guy…The Bad guys are the legislators who voted for this atrocious SB762.

 

Here’s how the voting went in the 2021 session:

 

Third reading. Carried by Golden. (!) Passed. Ayes, 22; Nays, 7–Boquist, Girod, Heard, Linthicum, Robinson, Thatcher, Thomsen; Excused, 1–Manning Jr. (Good for the 7, appears everyone else voted for it)

6-26 (H)            Rules suspended. Third reading. Carried by Marsh. (!) Passed. Ayes, 49; Nays, 6–Bonham, Breese-Iverson, Cate, Reschke, Stark, Wallan; Excused, 4–Hayden, Morgan, Smith G, Weber. (Good for the Nays, again, but all the others voted for it.)

 

Senator Golden and Rep. Marsh Carried the bill…the bill which is so controversial that they cancel the public input meetings??? 

 

Yes, Marsh and Golden need voted out BIG TIME.

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Wednesday 7-27-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:10 – Epoch Times investigative reporter Joe Hanneman:

 

What actually took place in Washington D.C. on January 6, 2021? 

 

“The Real Story of January 6,” a new documentary from EpochTV and The Epoch Times, looks closely at the historic and tragic events that took place that winter’s day in 2021. 

 Trailer: https://www.youmaker.com/v/3Pz0DMKjeq8q 

“With in-depth interviews and exclusive video footage, we take an objective look at the issues, the people and the impacts of the events,” said Jasper Fakkert, editor-in-chief of The Epoch Times. 

 

  • The film examines the shooting death by police of Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt, and it concludes that her death was unprovoked and the shooting unjustifiable. 

 

  • Author Julie Kelly offers some provocative observations and questions, including that she believes those behind January 6 want to “finish off” former President Donald Trump and the entire MAGA movement. 

 

  • The film interviews January 6 defendant Jake Lang, who says prosecutors are using pretrial detention, including solitary detention,to coerce defendants into accepting plea deals. 

 

  • Use-of-force expert Stan Kephart calls an alleged attack on apparently unconscious protester Rosanne Boyland by a police officer a “criminal act” that should be prosecuted. 

 

  • Protester Matt Perna hanged himself in the garage of his Pennsylvania home, seemingly after hearing federal prosecutors planned to seek prison time beyond his plea deal. The film talks with Geri Perna, Matt’s aunt, about the impact of his death on their family. 

7:25 Commissioner Colleen Roberts – Psycho Mushroom ordinance, yea or nay? Public Meeting at today’s County Meeting!

7:45 Jo County Commissioner Herman Baertschiger – continued talk on the horror of the SB762 “Wildfire Map” bill.

8:10 Brad Bennington, E.O. of the Builders Association of Southern Oregon, www.BuildSO.com and continuing conversation on SB762’s impact on property owners

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Tuesday 7-26-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

7:10 Dr. Reni Moon, Spokane area pediatrician and one of the speakers at this Saturday’s “WISE” event, “Women, Integrity, Science, Evidence”. She’ll be talking about the psychological effects on children from the Covid regime, plus how it’s negatively impacted the medical field. and we talk of this Saturday’s “WISE” event all day at the Ashland Armory.  “Women, Integrity, Science, Evidence” featuring Dr. Naomi Wolf, Jennifer Margulis, Ph.D, Dr. Tyna Moore, Dr. Reneta Moon, and Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D.

Info and tickets at https://or.childrenshealthdefense.org/

 

 

7:35 Jo County Commissioner Herman Baertschiger – continued talk on the horror of the SB762 “Wildfire Map” bill.

 

8:35 Steve Yancey at Skypark Insurance (541-261-5444) – Received many listener inquiries about soaring insurance rates, and I invited Steve on to talk about what’s driving this.

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Monday 7-25-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

 

7:10 Phoenix Mayor Terry Baker in studio discusses the issue of the City of Talent wishing to place most of its burned areas into Urban Renewal. Some big ramifications to other agencies if this happens.

 

7:45 Katherine Green, President of the Oregon Chapter of Children’s Health Defense Fund, and we talk of this Saturday’s “WISE” event all day at the Ashland Armory.  “Women, Integrity, Science, Evidence”  featuring Dr. Naomi Wolf, Jennifer Margulis, Ph.D, Dr. Tyna Moore, Dr. Reneta Moon, and Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D.

Info and tickets at https://or.childrenshealthdefense.org/

 

 

 

8:15 Dr. Dennis Powers, “Where Past Meets Present” – www.DennisPowersBooks.com

 

Shady Cove

By Dennis Powers

Dating back to the mid-1800s, passersby described the shady covefrom which the town derived its name–as a shelter where weary travelers could rest from the hot sun. This river bend is located 300 yards upstream from the present Highway 62 bridge in town, and the name then was descriptive, not an official name. It isn’t known precisely when folks started referring to the bend as the “cove” or “shady cove.”

The place was also where people stayed while waiting for the ferry at a nearby river crossing. Before bridges were built, folks crossed the Rogue this way, whether it was to commute between the gold camps at Jacksonville and John Day in Eastern Oregon, or to travel between Trail and Eagle Point. 

In the early 1900s, two developers built a home and vacation cabins at the cove, and they were the first to officially use the name in their recorded map. Area residents came to spend their summertime while enjoying the river away from the summer’s heat. Over time, however, the cabins were abandoned, pathways washed away, and vegetation took over the beach. 

As with most Rogue Valley communities, the economy depended on the timber industry. With it being on a main access to Crater Lake–which is 60 miles away–tourists naturally passed by or stayed at the town. As timbering moneys diminished, it became more of a tourist and retiree destination. The town grew as newcomers replaced the loggers and suppliers to the industry.

In 1964, however, the disastrous Rogue River flood nearly destroyed it. After five days of heavy rains and snowmelt, the swollen river rose over its banks on the night of December 22nd. The raging waters hit Shady Cove almost the hardest. The flood and mudslides destroyed numerous homes, stately pine trees, the original bridge crossing, the saw mill adjacent to the bridge, and other structures, as tons of heavy mill-logs and rooftops surged past to crush downstream houses. The town was totally dark as power was out, but everyone could hear the river’s roar and debris crashing. The town rebuilt, but this took time.  

Shady Cove incorporated in 1972, taking the name for the cove that was a natural shelter for those passing through. Led by Faye Thompson, the city embarked on a beautification project to make the town “shady with trees.” The U.S. Forest Service donated Evergreen seedlings that were planted throughout in returning the place to its pre-1964 flood days. Owing to this, people now see fifty-year-old Pine trees that stand tall.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for flood control in 1977 completed construction of the William Jess Dam and Lost Creek Lake, a reservoir nine miles north of Shady Cove with the Rogue River continuing downstream. The U.S. Army Corps also built the Cole M. River Fish Hatchery, one of the largest in the Western states just downstream of the dam. With the recreational draws of the lake and adjacent parks, the town had another attraction for residents and newcomers alike.

With RV parks, close-by camping facilities, motels, and different parks, Shady Cove has found its niche as a tourist destination. With the magnificent Rogue River running through the city limits, it has found its place.

Sources: Dennis Powers, Where Past Meets Present, Ashland, Oregon: Hellgate Press, 2017 (“Shady Cove,” Pp. 401-403); Mail Tribune, “Where is the ‘shady cove’ in Shady Cove?”, April 22, 2007.

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Friday 7-22-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

 

6:35 Rick Manning, president of Americans For Limited Government, www.DailyTorch.com

Rick and I discuss several issues including the Covid Vax could bounce out one-fourth of the ARMY. How insane is that?

https://dailytorch.com/2022/07/bidens-looming-purge-of-27-percent-of-the-army-partially-vaccinated-against-covid-will-take-years-to-recover-from-threatens-national-security/

                                   

 

7:10 Outdoor Report with Greg Roberts

 

8:15 Robert H. Bork Jr., President of the Antitrust Education Project https://www.antitrusteducationproject.org/

 

Should the Right use antitrust law to break up Big Tech in order to break up “Cancel Culture”? Robert H. Bork Jr. gives an emphatic “NO”, and we discuss the issue.

He’s written the forward to a new printing of his late father’s (Judge Robert H. Bork) book

The Antitrust Paradox Hardcover – April 12, 2021

by Robert H Bork (Author), Mike Lee (Introduction), Robert H. Bork Jr.(Foreword)

 

Since it first appeared in 1978, this seminal work by one of the foremost American legal minds of our age has dramatically changed the way the courts view government’s role in private affairs. Now reissued with a new introduction and foreword, this classic shows how antitrust suits adversely affect the consumer by encouraging a costly form of protection for inefficient and uncompetitive small businesses. Robert Bork’s view of antitrust law has had a profound impact on how the law has been both interpreted and applied. Lucid, highly readable, and full of rich social and political implications, The Antitrust Paradox illustrates how the purpose and integrity of law can be subverted by those who do not understand the reality law addresses or who seek to make it serve unintended political and social ends.

https://www.amazon.com/Antitrust-Paradox-Robert-H-Bork/dp/1736089706/ref=sr_1_2?crid=PIT6KPII3WXM&keywords=Robert+Bork+junior&qid=1658279432&sprefix=robert+bork+junior%2Caps%2C65&sr=8-2

 

 

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Thursday 7-21-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

 

6:35 Jackson County Republican Party Chair Randall Embertson – You’re invited to their open house 3-6pm Friday 8/5. At the office fundraiser they’re auctioning off a SIG 10mm pistol. ($10/ticket)

We discuss their recent election resolution:

 

Jackson County Republican Party RESOLUTION

 July 8th, 2022

Be it resolved by the JCRP Executive Committee:

WHEREAS In solidarity with the Texas GOP Convention and their recent Resolution on the 2020 Election;

WHEREAS We believe the 2020 Election violated Article 1 and 2 of the US Constitution, that various secretaries of state illegally circumvented their state legislatures in conducting their elections in multiple incorrect ways, including allowing ballots to be received after November 3, 2020;

WHEREAS The 2000 Mules Documentary irrefutably proves election fraud occurred during the 2020 Election in the form of ballot trafficking through drop boxes;

WHEREAS We believe that substantial election fraud in key metropolitan areas significantly affected the results in five key states in favor of Joseph Robinette Biden Jr.;

WHEREAS Audits of the 2020 Election found significant inconsistencies and discrepancies;

NOW, THEREFORE, We reject the certified results of the 2020 Presidential election, and we hold that acting President Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. was not legitimately elected by the people of the United States. We strongly urge all Republicans to work to ensure election integrity and correct all fraud and weaknesses identified in the 2020 Election.

This resolution was presented and passed by the JCRP Executive Committee on the 8th of July 2022, and was presented to and adopted by the JCRP Central Committee on the 12th of July, 2022.

Done at the City of Medford, Oregon this eighth day of July in the year of our Lord twenty thousand and twenty-two and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-sixth.

 

 

 

7:35 Kevin Starrett with Oregon Firearms Federation – A LOT to cover today, and a deep dive into the initiative petition on the ballot in November.

GUN BAN MEASURE APPROVED FOR BALLOT, COMMENTS NEEDED

 

 

8:45 OPEN FOR BUSINESS, Steve Johnson, Steve The Goldsmith at QuikFix Jewelry repair in the Rogue Valley Mall. https://quikfixrvm.com/

 

 

Open 11 to 7 seven days a week. Call 541 690-1388

 

We are doing repairs, in most cases watch batteries and watch band adjustments are while you wait.

The design center has been proving to be a perfect addition, customers can see the grades, specifications, and close up photos of pieces in larger than life proportions 

on the flat screen.  We have added a microscope that broadcasts to the big screen to help with diamond selection.

We have welcomed a couple of additional goldsmiths to our band of merry men and women so collectively we have a huge amount of experience in the jewelry arts in repair as well as design and importing.

As an added benefit from the years of experience I have, I am blessed with good friends who are stone cutters and polishers  and can provide whatever expertise is required by our clients.

And we will have a Laser in our bag of tricks fairly soon – it’s on the way.

There are advantages to the laser that make life much easier for us, and less expensive for our customers you can ask me how.

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Wednesday 7-20-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 6:35 Eric Peters, automotive journalist at www.EpAutos.com and here are some of his articles we discuss, great stuff:

The “Withholding” Tax You Pay by the Mile

 

The 2022 Toyota Camry

 

Once We Were Interested…

 

 

7:10 Jackson County Commissioner Colleen Roberts – What about the ODF fire mapping?

 

7:35 Rob Schlapfer – www.RiseUpOregon.com

Tonight is the Jackson County Library Services board meeting – a lot to talk about. More at the Rise Up Oregon website.

 

 

8:45 OPEN FOR BUSINESS with Ken McLean, Community Relations Director of Prestige Senior Living Arbor Place

To learn more about the connection between physical and cognitive health, our team here at Prestige Senior Living Arbor Place is hosting a free webinar with neuroscientist and aging expert Dr. Rob Winningham on Tuesday, July 26 at 2 p.m.

-In the webinar he will present on the topic of body and brain health for older adults. If you or a loved one is interested in learning more, you won’t want to miss it. 

-To register for the free webinar, visit www.prestigecanhelp.com

 

 

Ken McLean

Community Relations Director

Prestige Senior Living Arbor Place

3150 Juanipero Way  •  Medford, Oregon 97504
Office: 541-773-5380  

Fax: 541-773-5378

ken.mclean@prestigecare.com
www.PrestigeCare.com

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Tuesday 7-19-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

 

6:50 Robert Lamm of the Rock Group Chicago,

 

CHICAGO: BORN FOR THIS MOMENT – 2022 ALBUM BIO

It’s truly rare for a band to forge a musical legacy so indelibly ingrained into the public’s consciousness that their name alone is synonymous with the sounds they create. Chicago is one such band. Their unique blend of personally relatable songwriting based on real life experiences, multilayered harmonic vocalizations, and world-class brass arrangements has fostered a singular style of songcraft that has been electrifying audiences across the globe for over six decades and counting. To that end, Chicago’s forthcoming 38th album, Born for This Moment – set for release on July 8, 2022, via BMG – serves to enhance the band’s hallowed recorded heritage to the nth degree.

ROBERT LAMM BIO

http://chicagotheband.com/robert-lamm/

 

7:35 Josephine County Commissioner Baertschiger talks Biden, political news, the options for funding the Sheriffs Department. They’ll be deciding an option in August that they’ll refer to voters.

 

 

8:15 Ed, community researcher “Mr. X” with a conversation on the need to comment to our elected leaders, including our county commissioners, city councils, state representatives and senators, State A.G. and Secretary of State,  about the incredible intrusion and abuse being heaped upon us by the DLCD pushing the “Climate Friendly Equitable Communities” rules. These are the same rules that Brad Bennington talked about on the show yesterday. (His group’s letter on www.PeopleForAnAffordableOregon.com is one you can sign. But more needs to be done. Here are some articles and information for you to read and understand, and then get busy. SB762 requires public input, but there’s already been a short public comment period now expired, and this Thursday the DLCD is planning to enact 100+ development rules based on this garbage, won’t answer development questions, and essentially (and illegally, imo) shutting the people out of this process.

 

Some Oregon landowners say new wildfire risk map is inaccurate | KTVL

https://katu.com/news/politics/bipartisan-agreement-reached-in-big-oregon-wildfire-bill-passes-senate

https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Measures/Overview/SB762

https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Downloads/MeasureDocument/SB762/Enrolled

*****    https://www.oregon.gov/lcd/NH/Documents/20220517_WAC_Stakeholder_Group_Meeting_2_Summary.pdf

https://today.oregonstate.edu/news/oregon-state-scientists-collaborate-road-map-adapting-dry-forests-new-fire-regimes

“CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State University scientists and collaborators from throughout the West say that thinning and prescribed burning are crucial parts of adaptive management for seasonally dry, fire-dependent forests such as those east of the Cascade crest.

In a paper published this week in Ecological Applications, Andrew Merschel, James Johnston and Meg Krawchuk of the OSU College of Forestry also join other researchers in acknowledging the role of Indigenous fire stewardship in past and present landscapes and the value of restoring that stewardship – intentional low-severity burning that reduces fuels and is important culturally.”

“Exceptionally hot, dry weather has already fueled dozens of fires across the west in 2021, including the 400,000-acre Bootleg fire in south central Oregon,” said Krawchuk, a forest ecologist who has been researching approaches for societal adaptation to fire for years. “A hundred years of federal policy that prevented regular surface fires in these forests has led to forests that are too dense and packed with brush and allow fires to ignite and spread easily. Our team wants to give land managers and others across the region a clear picture of the best available science and how they can use it to make good decisions about managing landscapes.””

https://today.oregonstate.edu/archives/2017/apr/new-era-western-wildfire-demands-new-ways-protect-people-ecosystems

scientists say this also means accepting wildfire as an inevitable part of the landscape.

“Wildfire is catching up to us,” said lead author Tania Schoennagel, a research scientist at the University of Colorado-Boulder’s Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research. “We’re learning our old tools aren’t enough and we need to approach wildfire differently.”

The western United States has seen a 2-degree-Celsius rise in annual average temperature and lengthening of the fire season by almost three months since the 1970s. Both elements contribute to what the authors refer to as the “new era of western wildfires.” This pattern of bigger, hotter fires, along with the influx of homes into fire-prone areas — more than 2 million since 1990 — has made wildfire vastly more costly and dangerous.

“For a long time, we’ve thought that if we try harder and do better, we can get ahead of wildfire and reduce the risks,” said Schoennagel. “We can no longer do that. This is bigger than us, and we’re going to have to adapt to wildfire rather than the other way around.”

As part of this adaptation process, the authors advocate for actions that may be unpopular, such as allowing more fires to burn largely unimpeded in wildland areas and intentionally setting more fires, or “controlled burns,” to reduce natural fuels like undergrowth in more developed areas. Both these steps would reduce future risk and help ecosystems adapt to increasing wildfire and warming.

They also argue for reforming federal, state and local policies that have the unintended consequence of encouraging people to develop in fire-prone areas. Currently, federal taxpayers pick up the tab for preventing and fighting western wildfires, a cost that has reached some $2 billion a year. If states and counties were to bear more of that cost, it would provide incentive to adopt planning efforts and fire-resistant building codes that would reduce risk.

visual  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZOoYo4KSnU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IodMD3cKnEQ

listen

@ 1:33–1:34:50–1:35.57

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IodMD3cKnEQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFABumGXdCA

 

 

https://today.oregonstate.edu/archives/2017/apr/new-era-western-wildfire-demands-new-ways-protect-people-ecosystems

scientists say this also means accepting wildfire as an inevitable part of the landscape.

“Wildfire is catching up to us,” said lead author Tania Schoennagel, a research scientist at the University of Colorado-Boulder’s Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research. “We’re learning our old tools aren’t enough and we need to approach wildfire differently.”

The western United States has seen a 2-degree-Celsius rise in annual average temperature and lengthening of the fire season by almost three months since the 1970s. Both elements contribute to what the authors refer to as the “new era of western wildfires.” This pattern of bigger, hotter fires, along with the influx of homes into fire-prone areas — more than 2 million since 1990 — has made wildfire vastly more costly and dangerous.

“For a long time, we’ve thought that if we try harder and do better, we can get ahead of wildfire and reduce the risks,” said Schoennagel. “We can no longer do that. This is bigger than us, and we’re going to have to adapt to wildfire rather than the other way around.”

As part of this adaptation process, the authors advocate for actions that may be unpopular, such as allowing more fires to burn largely unimpeded in wildland areas and intentionally setting more fires, or “controlled burns,” to reduce natural fuels like undergrowth in more developed areas. Both these steps would reduce future risk and help ecosystems adapt to increasing wildfire and warming.

They also argue for reforming federal, state and local policies that have the unintended consequence of encouraging people to develop in fire-prone areas. Currently, federal taxpayers pick up the tab for preventing and fighting western wildfires, a cost that has reached some $2 billion a year. If states and counties were to bear more of that cost, it would provide incentive to adopt planning efforts and fire-resistant building codes that would reduce risk.

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Monday 7-18-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

7:10 Brad Bennington, Executive officer of the Builders Association of Southern Oregon

  www.buildso.com

LCDC plans to adopt final CFEC rules without public input

 

The final hearing for the DLCD’s Climate Friendly Equitable Communities rules takes place on July 21st. There, the state is looking to adopt permanent CFEC rules with additional changes. To make matters worse, the commission is adopting new rules without allowing public comment on the changes they intend to make to our communities.

 

The rules are likely to have major impacts on Oregonians, such as:

 

    New costs for small businesses

    Increased housing costs

    Limits on iconic Oregon business, such as coffee stands

    More congestion in our cities

    Less accessible streets

    Impacts to existing and future local plans

 

Despite these major impacts and changes to the rules, the state is not allowing public input on the final draft. No verbal or written testimony will be allowed on the final rules before adoption on July 21.

 

OHBA is partnering with People for an Affordable Oregon to ask the state to take public comment not move forward with adoption until all questions are answered and Oregonians have had the opportunity to weigh in on the final rules.

 

WE NEED YOUR HELP.

 

Sign on to make sure you have had a final say on the CFEC rules.

CLICK HERE TO SIGN ON.

 

7:35 Dr. Naomi Wolf, www.DailyClout.io and author of “The Bodies of Others”. Dr. Wolf is here in southern Oregon Saturday, July 30th at the Ashland Armory, and we talk about the book and the event, tickets here: https://or.childrenshealthdefense.org/

 

Make sure to order Dr. Naomi Wolf’s ‘The Bodies of Others: The New Authoritarians, COVID-19 and The War Against the Human’: HERE.]

 

 

8:15 Dr. Dennis Powers, retired professor of Business Law at Southern Oregon University – www.DennisPowersBooks.com with today’s “Where Past Meets Present”.

 

Yreka: Pioneer Mining Town

By Dennis Powers

 

The early-1851 discovery of gold 30 miles south of present-day Yreka on the Scott River attracted miners from all directions. In that March, Abraham Thompson–a mule-train packer from Oregon–was leading six men across the Siskiyou Trail to that find. A heavy rainstorm caused the men to camp on the “flats,” one-quarter mile from what’s now downtown Yreka.

Prospectors before had found little gold there, and the group would soon leave. This time, the heavy rains had deeply soaked the ground. While watching his pack mules the next morning pull out branch grass by their roots to eat, he was surprised to see flecks of gold on the roots. The group decided to stay there and dig for the precious metal.

The gold was there in large quantities, and the word soon went out that this discovery was “the richest square mile on earth.” By May, some 2000 miners lived in tent camps, shanties, and a few rough cabins on the flats and searching for the gold at “Thompson’s Dry Diggings.” By August 1851, 5000 peopleprimarily miners but with dry-good merchants and a few familieswere camped at Shasta Butte City, Yreka’s present location, to be closer to the nearest water supply at Yreka Creek. They believed that this area was the “second mother lode.” 

With the continual mining and commercial activity, residents began building wooden structures on Main Street, now named Miner Street. About one year after the gold discovery, the California legislature created Siskiyou County. Adjacent to the Oregon border, this would be the fifth largest California county by area, and include towns such as Yreka, Mt. Shasta, Weed, Dunsmuir, McCloud, and the Klamath River corridor. 

As another town was also called Shasta in the area, the city changed its name to Yreka, which was the local Indian name for Mt. Shasta that meant “North Mountain.” The famous “Poet of the West,” Joaquin Miller, described Yreka during 1853-54 as a lively place with “a tide of people up and down and across other streets, as strong as if in New York.”

In a few years, Yreka changed from another boisterous gold-rush town into a permanent city with laws and governance. Stage lines from and to Oregon used it as a primary stage stop. With a courthouse built, along with the first hospital, church, and school, Yreka was selected to be the county seat for Siskiyou County.

The legendary Lotta Crabtree began her career in these Northern California gold-rush towns and performed in the Yreka area during the mid-1850s, frequently at the Arcade Saloon on Miner Street. According to these stories, the lonely miners threw “thousands of dollars” worth of gold nuggets onto the stage after a performance. With a sense of permanence, the town incorporated in April 1857.

As typical with other mining towns, however, when the gold played out, many of the miners, merchants, and their families left. In twenty years, its population was only 1,100 hardy folks. On July 4th, 1871, the bad times continued when a fire consumed most of the business district in its fiery destruction of thirteen blocks, including many stores, a hotel, theatre, all of the livery stables, the Catholic Church, a schoolhouse, and numerous residences. Despite this huge setback, the town people came together and rebuilt; this also brought about the numerous brick buildings that today line Miner and other Yreka streets. A short-line railroad in 1889 then connected the city with the Southern Pacific’s West Coast line.

As farming, timbering, and ranching replaced mining, the city started growing again. In 1941, Yreka came to national prominence as the temporary state capital for the State of Jefferson. With neighboring counties in Oregon and California feeling disenfranchised from their state governments, the succession movement began there. Outside of Yreka, armed men erected roadblocks every Thursday on Highway 99 and handed out their “Proclamation of Independence” before letting drivers continue on. When in a matter of weeks the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, the movement came to a quick end.

The downtown along West Miner Street is now listed as an historic district on the National Register of Historic Places and as a California Historical Landmark. Over seventy, pre-1900 homes (with numerous stately Victorians) still stand, all within a few blocks of the downtown. With tourism and recreational interests joining Yreka’s economic base, it has 7,750 residents today and is the most populated city in Siskiyou County.

Starting from a group of six grizzled men, Yreka has grown over time to become much more than a stagecoach stop.

Sources: Western Mining History: Yreka, California at History (with images); City of Yreka: History,” at More History; “City of Yreka: Fast Facts,” at Fast Facts

8:40 – Open For Business with Matt Duste from Dusty’s Transmissions https://dustystransmissions.com/

We discuss their services, how they’ve grown, and are THE major source of quality rebuilt transmissions in the STATE.

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Friday 7-15-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government at www.DailyTorch.com and www.GetLiberty.org with today’s “DC Swamp Update”.

 Wave of Resignations, government topplings show it’s time for a change

 

Inflation Cracks 9%

 

7:10 Greg Roberts, Mr. Outdoors from www.RogueWeather.com and today’s outdoor report, sponsored by Oregon Truck and Auto Authority, Driven by Linex, on Airway Drive in Medford.

 

8:15 Farm Services Agency representative Glenn Archambault joins me with an update on food, farming, water, and how inflation is affecting all of it.  

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Thursday 7-14-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 6:35 Dr. Merrill Matthews, Resident Scholar at the Institute for Policy Innovation, www.IPI.org  

 Where Have All the Government Workers Gone?
 What do you call it when hundreds of thousands of government jobs have been vacated since the beginning of the pandemic, and no one is willing to fill them?

A good start!

Here’s a very interesting statement in the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ latest jobs report.

“Total nonfarm employment is down by 524,000, or 0.3 percent, from its pre-pandemic level in February 2020. Private-sector employment has recovered the net job losses due to the pandemic and is 140,000 higher than in February 2020, while government employment is 664,000 lower.”

Read more HERE – https://www.ipi.org/ipi_issues/detail/where-have-all-the-government-workers-gone

7:35 Dr. Glenn Gumaer is in studio – update on our May conversation, where he is taking on the city of Medford for mistiming the traffic camera light at Stewart and Barnett Road. He’s appealing his red light ticket in Jackson County Circuit Court on 7/25. If you’d like to contact Dr. Gumaer and possibly join a future legal case regarding the red light cameras, email him – Gfgdc1@gmail.com  

 

8:10 Kevin Starrett from Oregon Firearms Federation, www.OregonFirearms.org

More schools are starting to ban concealed carry firearms on district property, the latest is Ashland Schools, which is considering doing so, and we discuss it.

 

8:40 Mike G. from Britt Festivals, www.BrittFest.org and we catch up on the upcoming shows and policies.

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Wednesday 7-13-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

6:35 Eric Peters, automotive journalist at www.EpAutos.com and here are some of his articles we discuss, great stuff:

Illegalizing A/C – Again

 

When the Big Town Comes to the Small Town

 

Genesis GV70 Review

 

 

7:10 Rob Schlapfer with Stand Up Oregon www.StandUpOregon.com  

Next Wednesday is the Jackson County Library Services board meeting, 7/20 4-6pm at the main Medford Library – The fight is for a library FREE of ideological bias. Read more at www.StandUpOregon.com

 

8:10 Daniel Greenfield from www.FrontPageMag.com

More on Daniel: http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/2005/03/about-me.html

What the Death of Hollywood Means for America

By Daniel Greenfield

While old Hollywood had a reputation for being liberal, many studio bosses and producers were actually fairly conservative, and movies were the products of a tug-of-war with more liberal writers, actors and directors. Movies had to be able to play in theaters across the country and serve as broad an audience as possible. Movies of that era might be homogenized, but they were less likely to openly offend or antagonize audiences. Movie stars were expected to at least pretend to lead moral lives and keep industry decadence locked away behind closed doors. Today streaming subscriptions are replacing movie theaters and television networks. And that also means that Silicon Valley is replacing Hollywood. Netflix, Amazon, and Apple demonstrated that they had the capital to dominate the entertainment industry. This isn’t good news for the culture. [more…]

8:35 Open for Business, sponsored today by Knox Classical Academy, www.KnoxMedford.com  541-531-9949 Ben McReynolds talks with Bill about the Academy’s mission, the goals of a classical Christian education. It’s a very intimate school, and it provides an education based on truth, beauty, Christian Philosophy, an emphasis on “The Great Books”. Call for a tour!

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Tuesday 7-12-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 6:35 Steven W. Mosher is the President of the Population Research Institute. This piece was adapted from his new book, “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Pandemics” (Regnery), publishing on July 26.

 

Last weekend, the Politically Incorrect Guide to Pandemics author Steven Mosher, joins Tucker Carlson who commented how “[Mosher] from the very beginning has been brave enough to point to the obvious origin of COVID.” Mosher has developed 3 years of research on COVID and long before that has been in close studies of China and world pandemics.

Steven Mosher also publishes a piece in the New York Post and shares these main points:

  • “The Chinese Communist Party has a long history of covering up epidemics within China, and then carelessly — or deliberately — allowing them to spread around the world.”
  • “But the Communist regime lied about the disease for months, silenced whistleblowers, doctored data, duped global health authorities, and even accused “outside forces” of carrying out a “bioterrorist” attack.”
  • “Somewhere in China, perhaps even at the Wuhan Institute of Virology itself, they are even now genetically engineering new ‘unrestricted bioweapons.’ Anyone who thinks China’s biotechnology labs are going to be used for noble scientific purposes is committing the same fatal error that Dr. Fauci did.”
  • “Another plague — again from China — is almost certain to hit us in our lifetimes. Indeed, the very bioweapon that will be used may already be lurking in a test tube somewhere.”

7:35 Josephine County Commissioner Herman Baertschiger talks last night’s law enforcement funding hearing held in Cave Junction, and a major focus on Initiative Petition 22, which would ban denial of quorum in the legislature.

8:35 Open for Business, the Real Estate Update Edition with Jamie Batt,

Jamie Batte, Principal Broker with TruHome southern Oregon. we talk the latest real estate sales stats from Jo and Jackson County. 

 Email Jamie for more information jamie@truhome.me

541-890-1089

https://www.truhome.net/

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Monday 7-11-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Kurt Schlicter, www.TownHall.com columnist, L.A. Trial Lawyer, and author of his NEW book: We’ll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America . This book delves into everything about our politics right now: abortion, Covid, China, guns, foreign policy, and the upcoming election. We’ll Be Back focuses on this great nation’s patriotic resurgence and the way forward to help bring back a conservative America once more.

8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers, retired professor of Business Law at Southern Oregon University, and author of “Where Past Meets Present” – more at www.DennisPowersBooks.com

Jacksonville

By Dennis Powers

Two mule packers–John R. Poole and James Cluggage–were hauling supplies in January 1852 from the Willamette Valley to Sacramento. They camped by a foothill and began digging a hole to find water for their mules. As they dug, they noticed a gold color in the hole; they had accidentally discovered a rich gold deposit. The two men quickly filed claims on the land on Daisy Creek and named it, “Rich Gulch.” The two also filed claims along Jackson Creek, where large quantities of course placer gold were discovered. Once the news shot out, hundreds of men flocked there to find their share of the precious gold. Cluggage and Poole filed donation land claims, named their town “Table Rock City,” and which was soon renamed as “Jacksonville.”

Oregon was still a territory, Indian conflicts were commonplace, food was scarce, and all of the supplies came by mule train from faraway Crescent City. The gold-driven town grew by the winter of 1852, however, from a mining camp to over 2000 people in the area, complete with a bank, shops, businesses, saloons, and gambling halls. A few months later in January 1853, it became the county seat for the newly created, Jackson County. That same year, a destructive fire destroyed most of the wood-framed structures, but these were quickly rebuilt, primarily in brick.

Jacksonville’s fortunes seemed assured, but by the late 1870s much of the easy ore deposits had been taken. The railroad in 1884 then decided not to connect with Jacksonville, but to head directly to Medford. The expense of building the track did not justify sweeping down to it, but to angle on a straight line through Bear Creek Valley. Once this happened, Jacksonville began to lose residents and businesses.

Agriculture supplanted mining in the 1890s, and a privately-owned railroad spur connected Jacksonville with the main line. In 1927, however, the county seat moved to Medford with its airport, previous building expansion from the orchard boom, and location. Jacksonville’s economic decline continued into the 1960s.

In 1962, the proposal to re-route a new four-lane Highway 238 directly through the town’s middle brought its residents together to fight the project. Robby Collins had moved that year into Jacksonville and with others led the successful opposition against the highway project. This movement galvanized these groups to begin efforts to preserve the historic, remarkable 19th century buildings and residences.

Their efforts met with success when the town’s core in 1966 was designated a National Historic Landmark, the first time a town was so honored by the U.S. Department of the Interior. Approximately 326 acres in size and including nearly 890 structures, the Landmark District is large, but not the same size as the city limits. More than 100 individual buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1977, the National Landmark Advisory Board adopted a larger formal boundary, which included the supporting residential neighborhoods.

Located some five miles from Medford, residents and tourists alike flock now to Jacksonville and have given it a real vitality. Its historic vintage is now its gold, not to mention the Britt Festival and other attractions.

Sources: Dennis Powers, Where Past Meets Present, Hellgate Press: Ashland, OR, 2017, “Jacksonville” at pp. 391-393; “Mining Artifacts: Oregon Mines,” at Gold Discovered in Jacksonville; “Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce: History of Jacksonville,” at History; “National Historic Landmarks: Jacksonville National History District,” at National Historic District

 

8:35 Matt Allen on OPEN FOR BUSINESS from Reverse Mortgage Funding LLC –

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On Today’s open for Business Matt and I discuss the misconceptions many have about Reverse Mortgages.

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6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government, www.DailyTorch.com with this week’s DC Swamp update!

7:10 Greg Roberts from www.RogueWeather.com with today’s Outdoor Report.

7:35 Chery Stritenberg from the Eagle Point School District School Board. She’s looking for your support to amend what we call the “Tampons in the Boys Room” rule. The deadline is July 20th!

Some background: Chery Stritenberg petitioned ODE regarding the Menstrual Dignity for Students.

Chery discovered OAR 137-001-0070 Petition to Promulgate, Amend, or Appeal Rule and this is how she did her petition that was then submitted to get a period granted for Public Comment.

The petition asks to amend the rule to be fiscally responsible by not having feminine hygene products in boys’ bathrooms .

Website for info on how to participate in Public Comment:   https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/ORED/bulletins/31f1138?fbclid=IwAR07ckRQE50TbCBnk-ENgfZTuoFs9nnACvp7uOVkVZ98GRfF3BJCujlEmbM

  • Inspire listeners/people to go to this website and send in comments!

NOTICE FOR INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENT

The Oregon Department of Education has received a petition to amend certain administrative rules pursuant to OAR 137-001-0070 Petition to Promulgate, Amend, or Repeal Rule.

Petitioner proposes to amend two administrative rules: OAR 581-021-0587 Menstrual Dignity for Students: Definitions and OAR 581-021-0590 Menstrual Dignity for Students: Requirements. The administrative rules were adopted by the State Board of Education in March 2022 in order to implement ORS 326.545.

Invitation for Public Comment

Pursuant to OAR 137-001-0070(3), the Department is inviting written public comment on the proposed amendments, including whether options exist for achieving the rule’s substantive goals in a way that reduces negative economic impact on businesses.

Written public comment may be submitted to the Department by email at the ODE Rule Testimony inbox or mail to:

Oregon Department of Education, Attention: Rules Coordinator

255 Capitol Street NE

Salem, OR 97310

The public comment period will close on July 20, 2022.

Proposed Amendments

OAR 581-021-0587(5) Menstrual Dignity for Students: Definitions

Petitioner’s proposed amendment:
“‘Student bathroom’ means a bathroom that is accessible by students, including a gender-neutral bathroom, and any bathroom designated for females.”

OAR 581-021-0590 Menstrual Dignity for Students: Requirements

Petitioner’s proposed amendment:
“(1) All education providers shall install at least two dispensers accessible to students.
(2) All education providers shall stock and maintain menstrual product dispensers in at least two student bathrooms in each public-school building. Education providers shall determined whether to prioritize dispenser installation providing access to menstrual products for students.”

If you have any questions, please reach out to the ODE Rules Coordinator, at ODE.RuleTestimony@state.or.us

8:10 Jamie Batte, Broker with TruHome, we talk the latest real estate sales stats from Jo and Jackson County.  

 Email Jamie for more information jamie@truhome.me

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Thursday 7-07-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

 

7:10 Mr. X talks with me about SB762, and how this wildfire mapping bill could really cause property owners headaches in the rural lands. The following are links you can use to learn more. Proper public input is the key to fighting this.

 

The Measure Text:

 

https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Measures/Overview/SB762

https://olis.oregonlegislature.gov/liz/2021R1/Downloads/MeasureDocument/SB762/Enrolled

 

More interesting coverage:

https://ktvl.com/newsletter-daily/some-oregon-landowners-say-new-wildfire-risk-map-is-inaccurate

https://katu.com/news/politics/bipartisan-agreement-reached-in-big-oregon-wildfire-bill-passes-senate

 https://www.oregon.gov/lcd/NH/Documents/20220517_WAC_Stakeholder_Group_Meeting_2_Summary.pdf

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZOoYo4KSnU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IodMD3cKnEQ

https://today.oregonstate.edu/news/oregon-state-scientists-collaborate-road-map-adapting-dry-forests-new-fire-regimes

“CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State University scientists and collaborators from throughout the West say that thinning and prescribed burning are crucial parts of adaptive management for seasonally dry, fire-dependent forests such as those east of the Cascade crest.

In a paper published this week in Ecological Applications, Andrew Merschel, James Johnston and Meg Krawchuk of the OSU College of Forestry also join other researchers in acknowledging the role of Indigenous fire stewardship in past and present landscapes and the value of restoring that stewardship – intentional low-severity burning that reduces fuels and is important culturally.”

“Exceptionally hot, dry weather has already fueled dozens of fires across the west in 2021, including the 400,000-acre Bootleg fire in south central Oregon,” said Krawchuk, a forest ecologist who has been researching approaches for societal adaptation to fire for years. “A hundred years of federal policy that prevented regular surface fires in these forests has led to forests that are too dense and packed with brush and allow fires to ignite and spread easily. Our team wants to give land managers and others across the region a clear picture of the best available science and how they can use it to make good decisions about managing landscapes.””

https://today.oregonstate.edu/archives/2017/apr/new-era-western-wildfire-demands-new-ways-protect-people-ecosystems

scientists say this also means accepting wildfire as an inevitable part of the landscape.

“Wildfire is catching up to us,” said lead author Tania Schoennagel, a research scientist at the University of Colorado-Boulder’s Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research. “We’re learning our old tools aren’t enough and we need to approach wildfire differently.”

The western United States has seen a 2-degree-Celsius rise in annual average temperature and lengthening of the fire season by almost three months since the 1970s. Both elements contribute to what the authors refer to as the “new era of western wildfires.” This pattern of bigger, hotter fires, along with the influx of homes into fire-prone areas — more than 2 million since 1990 — has made wildfire vastly more costly and dangerous.

“For a long time, we’ve thought that if we try harder and do better, we can get ahead of wildfire and reduce the risks,” said Schoennagel. “We can no longer do that. This is bigger than us, and we’re going to have to adapt to wildfire rather than the other way around.”

As part of this adaptation process, the authors advocate for actions that may be unpopular, such as allowing more fires to burn largely unimpeded in wildland areas and intentionally setting more fires, or “controlled burns,” to reduce natural fuels like undergrowth in more developed areas. Both these steps would reduce future risk and help ecosystems adapt to increasing wildfire and warming.

They also argue for reforming federal, state and local policies that have the unintended consequence of encouraging people to develop in fire-prone areas. Currently, federal taxpayers pick up the tab for preventing and fighting western wildfires, a cost that has reached some $2 billion a year. If states and counties were to bear more of that cost, it would provide incentive to adopt planning efforts and fire-resistant building codes that would reduce risk.

7:45 Jo County Commissioner Baertschiger discusses the controversial topic of how or why not to tax marijuana growers.

 

8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers, retired professor of Business at Southern Oregon University. We dig deeply into the recent SCOTUS decisions.

 

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Wednesday 7-06-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

 

6:35 Eric Peters, automotive journalist with www.EpAutos.com and a great talk on cars, transportation news and politics.

 

7:35 Kevin Starrett at Oregon Firearms Federation – www.OregonFirearms.org

We discuss an Oregon Ballot Measure that would End Gun Sales and other important firearms and political news.

  

8:45 “Open For Business with Randal from Advanced Air – www.MyAdvancedAir.com

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Tuesday 7-05-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 6:35 Benita Cotton-Orr, a new fellow to the “Do No Harm”, a national non-profit that is working to eliminate the “woke” takeover of American medicine. www.DoNoHarmMedicine.org

Here’s a link to Benita’s latest Op-ed on the topic in the New York Post:

https://nypost.com/2022/06/29/bidens-racial-discrimination-in-health-care-recalls-south-africa-apartheid-i-grew-up-under/

More about Benita: Cotton-Orr, who immigrated from South Africa in 1986, is a policy expert with a background in journalism. Her outspoken opposition to racially based and discriminatory policies is rooted in personal experience and the discrimination and inequities her family, friends and colleagues suffered under apartheid.

“Benita has a powerful voice to speak on behalf of patients who are tired of divisive ideologies creeping into the healthcare sector,” said Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, chairman of Do No Harm. “Her depth and breadth of experience in shaping public policies is a great addition to our team, and we look forward to her supporting Do No Harm’s mission.”

Cotton-Orr is a respected voice for principled, policy solutions who has moderated events and addressed civic and leadership groups across Georgia on current issues and free-market solutions. She has been a frequent contributor to newspapers and television and radio programs around the state and spent seven years providing free-market perspectives as a conservative commentator on a weekly Atlanta Radio Korea program.

7:10 Dr. Richard Urso – Is There Any Link Between the COVID-19 Vaccine and Heart Attacks?

Co-Founder of the International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists (Global Covid Summit)

Dr. Richard Urso is a board-certified ophthalmologist and one of America’s Frontline Doctors. Urso is a scientist, sole inventor of an FDA-approved wound healing drug, and the Former Director of Orbital Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center. He believes we cannot use a one-size-fits-all approach to fighting Covid.

  • Co-founder of the International Alliance of Physicians and Medical Scientists
  • Organizes Global Covid Summit events.
  • Drug design and treatment specialist
  • An ophthalmologist
  • Former Chief of Orbital Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Dr. Richard Urso says COVID vaccines are ineffective at preventing COVID infection and transmission, which nullifies any medical sense in mandating them. Moreover, the vaccines are extremely unsafe since they introduce the most toxic part of the virus – the spike protein – into the body. That toxic part can land in any organ in the human body, causing inflammation and potentially a permanent damage.

Instead of relying on vaccines, Dr. Urso proposes using COVID early treatments that are proven to be extremely safe and effective.

 

7:35 Josephine County Commissioner Herman Baertschiger – Talk radio on the menu? Herman resigns as GOP chair, and we discuss other issues, too.

 

 

 

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Wednesday 6-29-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

7:10 Dr. Carole Lieberman, M.D., M.P.H. known world-wide as America’s Psychiatrist is the host of Dr. Carole’s Couch on VoiceAmerica.com, and The Terrorist Therapist® Podcast. She is a forensic psychiatrist/expert witness, bestselling-award-winning author of 4 books – 2 on terrorism and 2 on relationships.

 As the midterm election approaches, most Americans say that the economy, inflation and rising gas prices are the most important issues in determining how they will vote for Congress this November, according to a new ABC News/Ipsos poll.

But that was before the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.

Now the GOP is privately worrying that the timing could negatively impact the November midterms.

Some Republicans fear the abortion ruling could give Democrats ammunition to attack them and mobilize voters, Politico reported, based on interviews with more than a dozen GOP strategists and officials.

For Democrats, that represents much needed good news.

“Is the disappointment in Biden a more powerful force than fear of MAGA?” asked Simon Rosenberg, president of the New Democratic Network, a think tank. “I just don’t know that’s the case.”

Time will tell, but the question remains: Can abortion replace the economy as the most important issue for voters in November?

  http://drcarole.com, https://expertwitnessforensicpsychiatrist.com, https://terroristtherapist.com

  https://www.linkedin.com/in/carole-lieberman-m-d-8059347

  https://www.facebook.com/CaroleLiebermanMD

 

 

7:35 State Representative Kim Wallan

 

Representative Kim Wallan (R, Medford) is hosting a fire preparedness forum Thursday, June 30, 2022 at 6:30 p.m. The event will be held in the large meeting room at the Jackson County Library Medford branch.

“Our agencies are working diligently to prepare for this year’s fire season,” Wallan said. “I’m pleased to be able to present this unique opportunity for the public to gather and hear about how fire will be prevented and managed in 2022.”

The Forum will feature presentations from the following agencies:
United States Forest Service, Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest
Oregon Department of Forestry, Southwest Oregon District
City of Medford Local Government
Jackson County Commission
Jackson County Emergency Management
Jackson County Sheriff’s Office

“This forum will give people an opportunity to hear updates from the city, county, state, and federal level. We’ll find out how our agencies are working together for the best possible outcomes this fire season.”

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Tuesday 6-28-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

 

7:35 Josephine County Commissioner Herman Bartschiger – The Protests over SCOTUS decisions and the controversy surrounding funding the Sheriffs department.

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Monday 6-27-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Robert J. Marks II, Ph.D. is Distinguished Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, School of Engineering & Computer Science, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Baylor University. He serves as the director of Discovery Institute’s Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence and hosts the Center’s Mind Matters podcast. Marks is a Fellow of both the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) and the Optical Society of America. We talk about his fascinating new book:

Non-Computable YOU

What You Do That Artificial Intelligence Never Will

By Robert J. Marks

Are Future Humans Doomed to Be Replaced by Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial intelligence has largely replaced travel agents, tollbooth attendants and mapmakers, but will smart machines / AI someday replace attorneys, physicians, military strategies, and world leaders? What about composers, painters, and novelists? Are we doomed to obsolescence by tomorrow’s ultra-powerful artificial intelligence? Robert J. Marks, a pioneer in computing intelligence, says, “no way.” In his new book, Non-Computable You: What You Do That Artificial Intelligence Never Will Marks says as impressive as AI is, it doesn’t hold a candle to human intelligence… and it never will. How does he know? The answer can be stated in one word: algorithm.

 

7:10 Jackson County Commissioner Colleen Roberts – The county is no longer a member of the Association of Oregon Counties, and we discuss the reasons why.

 

7:45 Dr. Dennis Powers, retired professor of business law at southern Oregon University. www.DennisPowersBooks.com. Today we’re discussing the recent Supreme Court Cases.

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