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More evidence on why Oregon’s Gang Green renewable energy policy will end up killing people unless we get real about energy.

The preceding is another screen shot of the southern Oregon electrical grid, midnight Wednesday morning, COLD temps in the teens. No solar (of course), NO WIND, just 4 megawatt hours. 307mWh hydro from the BPA (green weenies hate the dams, btw) only COAL at 1263 mWH, 78% of all the grid power, kept SW Oregon from freezing. This is the power the anti-carbon policies will eliminate in the next few years. NW Power council knows there’s a problem, but the SOCAN delusionals don’t grok reality. It doesn’t matter how many wind turbines you build, when the wind stops, there’s no power. Note how the state has been proposing electric green weenie cars would be a “source of power” when plugged into the grid if needed. That’s what we call a “clue” that they DON’T have a clue about what their doing, but oh do they have “faith” that a miracle will happen between now and 2030. Don’t let them fool you that there’s a workable plan, k?


Friday 02-25-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:30 Weekly DC Swamp Update with Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government, and

We talk the latest Defund Mandates push – more at where you can take action. Just click on the Defund the Vaccine Passports button.

Time is running out for Congress to listen and defund vaccine mandates

Feb. 24, 2022, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today urged Congress to oppose any omnibus spending bill that allows implementation of President Joe Biden’s Covid vaccine mandates, including through the use of the Senate filibuster:

“Americans for Limited Government urges Congress to listen to the American people and oppose any omnibus spending bill that funds implementation of President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandates, including with the use of the Senate filibuster. Compulsory vaccines are unconstitutional, unnecessary and counterproductive, resulting in a decrease of voluntary vaccinations in the months following their announcement. In a free country, the American people must be allowed to determine for themselves what their own risk tolerance is, whether it is with Covid, the flu or any other illness. The past month, 25 million emails have been sent to Congressional offices in opposition to vaccine mandates from Americans for Limited Government action alerts. Now, Congress must listen and act to protect liberty. No excuses.”

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 7:10 Greg Roberts, Mr. Outdoors from with today’s Outdoor Report

7:35 Bob Tiernan, Republican candidate for governor, and we talk the issues. Bob is a businessman, former ORP chair, and State Representative from Lake Oswego from 1993 to 1999. Find out more about his candidacy at

7:55 Michael Campbell at Sis-Q Cellular and today is the rollout of the Galaxy S22 phones. Here are some other deals for everyone.

Switching customers:

  • Any phone free ($830-$1900 off depending on the device, plan, and trade-in of old device)
  • Bring your own smartphone and get up to $600 back


Existing customers:

  • Upgrade and get up to $800 off with trade-in (valued over $150)
  • Add-a-line and get up to $600 back


All customers:

  • Up to $300 off iPad or Samsung tablets


8:10 Glenn Archambault, elected Farm Services Agency representative for southern Oregon – Ukraine, Russia, what it means for our food.


8:45 Open for Business with Ken McLean at Prestige Senior Arbor Place. March is a big focus on maintaining balance and helping seniors avoid falls and injuries.

For those concerned about fall risk in themselves or a loved one, Prestige Senior Living Arbor Place has a free webinar coming up on Thursday, March 24 at 1 p.m. with Adrian Cagigas a certified athletic trainer and senior fitness expert.


During the webinar he will outline common risk factors that can lead to falls, demonstrate exercises that can help build strength and offer fall reduction tips that can be taken in the home to mitigate fall risk.


-He will also discuss the cutting-edge fitness programming at Prestige Senior Living and how it helps residents reduce the risk of falling.


-You can sign up for the free webinar at


Thursday 02-24-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:30 Abraham (Avi) Loeb is the Frank B. Baird, Jr., Professor of Science at Harvard University


Harvard’s top astronomer lays out his controversial theory that our solar system was recently visited by advanced alien technology from a distant star.

In late 2017, scientists at a Hawaiian observatory glimpsed an object soaring through our inner solar system, moving so quickly that it could only have come from another star. Avi Loeb, Harvard’s top astronomer, showed it was not an asteroid; it was moving too fast along a strange orbit, and left no trail of gas or debris in its wake. There was only one conceivable explanation: the object was a piece of advanced technology created by a distant alien civilization.

In Extraterrestrial, Loeb takes readers inside the thrilling story of the first interstellar visitor to be spotted in our solar system. He outlines his controversial theory and its profound implications: for science, for religion, and for the future of our species and our planet. A mind-bending journey through the furthest reaches of science, space-time, and the human imagination, Extraterrestrial challenges readers to aim for the stars-and to think critically about what’s out there, no matter how strange it seems.

7:35 Mike McCarter – Greater Idaho Movement, Josephine County will get to weigh in on whether they’d like Idaho to take over our territory.

8:40 Larry Klayman, author of It Takes a Counter-Revolution: Wake Up America! Klayman, is founder and former chairman of the successful non-profit foundation Judicial Watch, and current chairman of Freedom Watch.

DC prepares for possible US ‘Freedom Convoy’ of 1,000 to 3,000 truckers, requests National Guard

Exclusive Poll: Majority Of Democrats Back Trudeau’s Crackdown, Freezing Bank Accounts Of Truckers

 It Takes a Counter-Revolution: Wake Up America! 




8:45 Anthropologist Scott Violette – who will be at this weekend’s Sportsman and Outdoors Show at the Expo –



Tuesday 02-22-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

7:10 State Representative Kim Wallan – Update on the State Legislature session, which bills are moving, what GOP is doing to slow down the process.                                           

7:35 Josephine County Commissioner Herman Baertschiger talks state and local politics.                      

8:10 Congressman Cliff Bentz digs into local issues and concerns including gas prices, Covid Mandates, the American Rivers Act and other news.


8:45 Open for Business Jamie Batte, Broker with TruHome – Jamie is the sponsor of our weekly “Real Estate Spotlight”, a weekly discussion of Real Estate Opportunities and Info in the Rogue Valley.

Email Jamie for more information


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Snapped this early on the way to the station. Former Chase bank branch on Hwy 62, shutdown a few months ago, now a homeless camp.  No, this isn’t near the Greenway.



Lucretia and I were talking about this the other day. Here’s a PDF transcript of two out of three tapes on the “New World System.” Tapes one and two were recorded in 1988 and are the recollections of Dr. Lawrence Dunegan
regarding a lecture he attended on March 20, 1969 at a
meeting of the Pittsburgh Paediatric Society. Very interesting read – NWO_Plans_Exposed_By_Insider_In_1969-1


Monday 02-21-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

7:10 David R. Legates, is a research fellow at the Independent Institute and co-author of Hot Talk, Cold Science: Global Warming’s Unfinished Debate.

The revised and expanded third edition of Hot Talk, Cold Science forms the capstone of the distinguished astrophysicist Dr. S. Fred Singer’s lucid, yet hard scientific look at climate change. And the book is no less explosive than its predecessors – and certainly never timelier.

Singer explores the inaccuracies in historical climate data and the failures of climate models, as well as the impact of solar variability, clouds, ocean currents, and sea levels on global climate – plus factors that could mitigate any human impact on world climate.

BIO: David R. Legates is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute, retired Professor of Climatology in the Department of Geography and a retired Adjunct Professor in the Department of Applied Economics and Statistics at the University of Delaware.


7:35  Joel Skousen, editor of World Affairs Brief Joel and I talk Ukraine, conspiracy, listening to “Conscience” and so much more. World Affairs Brief is my favorite weekly news digest, I’m a subscriber, and I highly suggest you check it out. Joel is also author of “Strategic Relocation” and many other preparation books.

This Week in the World Affairs Brief


All during the exaggerated Covid pandemic governments have used the so-called emergency to exercise dictatorial powers and get people used to living under new rules. All of our current crises, including inflation, supply chain shortages, the vaccine mandates and the consequential protests and unrest over these measures can be laid exclusively at the feet of our governments, both federal and state. In Canada, PM Justin Trudeau, whom many consider to be the illegitimate son of Fidel Castro, is acting out the same tyrannical heritage that Cubans endured. Under a new “State of Emergency” he is using emergency powers to justify a host of dictatorial edicts as he declares war on the trucker’s Freedom Convoy and even anyone he can label as a Trump supporter. He is targeting their bank accounts, food supplies, and threatening trucker’s livelihood with unlegislated fines of CA$100k—all without lawful authority. This is abridging Canadian’s constitutional right to peacefully protest. To receive a free sample copy of the brief, click on Request a Sample


8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers, and today’s Where Past Meets Present.


Omar’s Restaurant

By Dennis Powers

Omer and Hazel Hill had run Hill’s Café at Klamath Junction, near Ashland and at the point where the Ashland-Klamath Falls Highway (known today as Highway 66, or the Green Springs Highway) met the Pacific Highway (later known as Highway 99, and the forerunner of Interstate 5). The area is now under the water of Emigrant Lake, when the lake in 1960 expanded with further dam construction.

The Hills moved to Ashland in 1945, where they built Omar’s on the once Berkeley Hot Springs site. During the excavation process, they discovered numerous mastodon bones since the restaurant was built over a spring. The Hills planned to call the restaurant Omer’s, but the delivered neon sign incorrectly spelled it O-M-A-R, instead of O-M-E-R. Rather than replace it, the Hills accepted the new spelling. Subsequent owners continued the Arabic-sounding name by painting a camel on the outer wall that resembled the one on Camel cigarette packages.

Omer Hill had gained “top-caliber experience” working with the Harvey railroad houses (restaurants), the Brown Derby, and Savoy Hotel in Hollywood before running Hill’s Café. This background experience with dinner houses in California soon made the Ashland restaurant one of Southern Oregon’s favorite dining spots.

In the early 1950s, owing to the Elks Club and a few other locations serving only beer and wine (plus closing early), Ashland’s mayor encouraged Omer to open a cocktail lounge at the restaurant. Even Southern Oregon College backed the idea, as its president, Elmo Stevenson, worried about students driving to Hornbrook in the mountains south of the Oregon border to imbibe. This was a dangerous drive, no matter how sober someone was, so the lounge opened. And business boomed. When the Hill’s retired in 1957, Omar’s new owners continued the quality and service traditions that they had established.

The change since then—whether from population growth, technology (TV, cellphones, and the Internet), or tourism has been considerable. The Hills built “Omar’s Steak & Chicken House” in 1946 “in the country” along South Highway 99. Southern Oregon University and Ashland’s city limits have grown considerably around its prime location at the junction of Highway 66 and Siskiyou Boulevard; and “anyone who has spent much time in Ashland–students, visitors and residents–has walked through its doors.”

Omar’s has also experienced its share of transitions. There have been a variety of owners and partnerships over the last eight decades. After the Hills and another owner, Rolar Yondorf with others bought Omar’s in 1974, where Rolar was the chef; after 27 years there Yondorf left in 2001 to partner up with Brian Porter and Tim Tolman to renovate Medford’s historic train station into the popular Porters-Dining at the Depot.

By 2016, there were three owners: Bruce Dwight had been with Omar’s since 1978; James Williams, who had started out at Omar’s when he was in high school but rejoined in 1998; and Jennifer Sink, after managing restaurants, who came in 2003 and worked in a variety of positions. When Bruce Dwight and James Williams retired, Jennifer Sink became the sole owner, having bought into the partnership ten years ago.

Locals have voted Omar’s as the “Best Steaks & Seafood” restaurant since 1992 in Sneak Preview’s annual “Best of Ashland” poll. Its present three chefs have been with Omar’s for some 6 years each, and over time, the chefs have been finalists in the city’s Food & Wine Classic since the competition began in 2007.

As residents agree, the “folksy” atmosphere, fine service, and high-quality food and drink have continued. The lounge fills when the main dining room overflows. The red, rolled-and-tucked upholstery is still there, while the old, historical photos and mementos picture the decades that have since passed. And it is the longest continuously operating restaurant from Portland Oregon to Redding California

“It is a step back in time,” as one reviewer wrote, and although “change is certain, good things last.”

 Sources: Lance Cooper, Mail Tribune Lifestyles: “Essentially Ashland,” May 16, 2005, at Omar’s Background; Nancy J. Bringhurst, “As It Was: Omar’s–Ashland’s first public bar,” Mail Tribune, August 2, 2017, at More on Omar’s; see Omar’s Website: “About” at History.