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Tuesday 11-21-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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 6:20 TOM WERMAN, former music executive and author of TURN IT UP!” MY TIME MAKING RECORDS IN THE GLORY DAYS OF ROCK MUSIC

During his four-decade career in the recording industry, Tom Werman launched the success of REO Speedwagon, Ted Nugent, and Cheap Trick, and produced landmark albums by Mötley Crüe, Twisted Sister, Poison, Jeff Beck, and Blue Öyster Cult among many rock and metal superstars. Several years after leaving the music business, he was cruising the web and landed on a pop culture site featuring a scathing indictment of him as a producer, “a guy with a hard-rock résumé and a soft-rock mind.” Blindsided by being pegged as a dogmatic musical hack, Werman wrote a rebuttal and then agreed to write a series on different aspects of a career in recording. He enjoyed the process so much that he decided to write a book.

In Turn It Up! My Time Making Hit Records in the Glory Days of Rock Music (Jawbone Press; November 21, 2023), Tom Werman sets the record straight about his passion for hard-rock music and his talent for recognizing and nurturing incredible (and sometimes incredibly difficult) artists-and reveals much more. Werman takes readers back to the 1970s, when he began his career as A&R man (as he notes, with apologies, A&R women were rare at the time) with Epic Records, and through the ’80s and ’90s, when he built his reputation and sealed the fame of outstanding rockers as an independent record producer. Along the way, he shares anecdotes to thrill rock fans and offers insights into what happens in the recording studio, the role of the producer, and the essential components of a hit record.

7:10 Kevin Starrett with Oregon Firearms and today we discuss the FBI’s about-face in the Measure 114 gun control issue. We’ll have Kevin back on Wednesday due to the Harney County judge declaring 114 unconstitutional!

7:45 Jo County Commissioner Baertschiger – is the Federal subsidy ride about to end for the states and counties?

8:10 Captain William E. Simpson, naturalist and with the Wild Horse Fire Brigade. Today it’s a discussion on observations and questions about what is going on with mitigation and the other issues involved with the Klamath Dam Removal project by KRRC. Are the Siskiyou County Supervisors truly protecting their citizens from dam removal abuse?


22-year old Anthony Siple (Homeless guy, from Ashland, Rogue Retreat address) accused of taking a food can and beating a 51-year old Medford woman to within an inch of her life, fracturing her skull and giving her a brain bleed. It happened near N. Medford H.S. around 6am Saturday. Woman was out walking and they didn’t appear to know each other.
Siple is reported to have held her down threatening to kill her. Oddly enough he called 911 dispatch and reported he had assaulted a woman, kind of incoherent.  Daily Courier reports in April Siple was accused of tearing apart a hand railing and acting violently at an Ashland Street resource center and shelter for homeless people run by Opportunities for Housing, Resources & Assistance, known as OHRA, according to a probable cause affidavit.
Prayers for this woman’s recovery. Siple appears to demonstrate the well-known characteristic that the biggest predictor of future violent behavior is a PAST history of violent behavior. Would really like to show you the suspect’s mugshot…but in Oregon…well, “Reasons”.
Monday 11-20-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information
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6:35 Michael W. Brown is the global director for counter-narcotics technology at at Rigaku Analytical Devices. He has a distinguished career spanning more than 32 years as a Special Agent for the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Most recently he was the DEA Headquarters staff coordinator for the Office of Foreign Operations for the Middle East-Europe-Afghanistan-India. Prior to that he served as the country attaché in India and Myanmar providing foreign advisory support for counter narcotic enforcement.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and President Biden have concluded their long-awaited meeting. While President Xi agreed to work toward curbing the production of illicit fentanyl, what challenges will this agreement face?
7:10 Dick Morris  – More info on Dick:
In his new book, CORRUPT: The Inside Story of Biden’s Dark Money, Dick Morris, New York Times bestselling author, winning presidential strategist and the man Time magazine dubbed “the most influential private citizen in America,” lays out breaking new allegations of the depth and breadth of the corruption of the Biden family. From China to Ukraine, Moscow to Iraq, Kazakhstan to Costa Rica, Florida to Romania and more, the Biden family has been enriching itself by trading off the public offices and power accumulated by its mastermind: Joe Biden.
As the 2024 elections approach, President Biden’s alleged corruption – and that of his family – are emerging as key issues…. and Dick Morris says the stakes of the next elections could not be higher.
8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers with today’s “Where Past Meets Present”. More at
SOU Women’s Wrestling Team
By Dennis Powers
In last year’s 2022-‘23 season under Coach Gabrielle Weyhrich, the SOU women’s wrestling team was undefeated at 8-0, winning its first National Duals championship, overall National Team championship, as well as its first Cascade Conference title. Three Raiders won championships in their weight class with a total of seven individual All-Americans.
How did this come about, aside from a great team and leader? Bob Riehm, who passed away at age 83 in 2020, left a $3 million donation to SOU in 2022; one-third of the gift endows the men’s wrestling head coach position (allowing for a new women’s coach), and the other two-thirds funds scholarships for wrestlers. Gabrielle Weyhrich was appointed the new women’s coach and later congratulated the past male coaches (including Joel Gibson, who coached both the men’s and women’s wrestling teams) who “did a great job with the girls and handed a program to me set up for success.” In 2021-‘22, the Raider women with Coach Gibson won a program-best second-place at the NAIA National Invitational tournament; four placed later at the U.S. Open tournament, including Sienna Ramirez who won and was on the U.S. freestyle world team.
Gabrielle Weyhrich was a team captain and national finalist during her undergraduate McKendree University (Illinois) days. She was a Body Bar national finalist (best 14 – 17 year-old wrestlers), a national finalist, and a fourth-place finisher at the USA Wrestling 2018 World Team Trials. Spending four seasons as an assistant, Weyhrich helped the McKendree Bearcats to NCAA team wrestling titles in 2020, ’21, and ’22, while also completing a master’s degree in business administration.
The Raiders graduated two national champions with five top-four national placers from the  championship team, but still feature eight ranked individuals now, six of whom are in the top-five in their weight classes for 2023-‘24. In the first tournament at the Menlo Open held last week, SOU placed second (with 6 of the top 10 national teams playing) as 3 athletes won 1st place, three coming in 2nd, and a total of 9 placing overall.
Junior Emma Baertlein at 109 pounds, junior Carolina Moreno at 130, and sophomore Caitlyn Davis at 155 pounds won titles. SOU’s first two-time national champ, Carolina Moreno, began this season with the No. 1 ranking at 123 pounds (although wrestling at a higher weight at Menlo). Caitlyn Davis was the Cascade Conference Women’s Wrestler of the Week after winning the 155-pound title; Ranked No. 3 in her weight class, she knocked off the top-ranked wrestler in the bracket final. Before that decision, she won three straight matches by technical fall.
Weyhrich and Jessica Pistole (SOU women’s softball team coach) are among three head coaches currently at SOU who have earned NAIA Coach of the Year honors, including Grier Gatlin (cross country/track and field). Gabrielle Weyhrich is another standout with SOU’s wrestling teams.
Sources: SOU Raider News, Women’s Wrestling articles at Women’s Wrestling,
Friday 11-17-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information
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6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government, with today’s “DC Swamp Update”.
7:10 Mr. Outdoors, Greg Roberts from and today’s outdoor report.
7:35 Joe Allen, author of Dark Aeon: Transhumanism and the War Against Humanity, has written for Chronicles, The Federalist, Human Events, The National Pulse, Parabola, Salvo, and Protocol: The Journal of the Entertainment Technology Industry. He holds a master’s degree from Boston University, where he studied cognitive science and human evolution as they pertain to religion. As an arena rigger, he’s toured the world for rock n’ roll, country, rap, classical, and cage-fighting productions. He now serves as the transhumanism editor for Bannon’s War Room.

BOOK: Dark Aeon: Transhumanism and the War Against Humanity

Will the next world war be fought by AI weapons?
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“venture-capital-backed start-up firms that are racing to get into this military market, potentially disrupting the giants like Lockheed Martin and Boeing.”-NY Times
Joe Allen, is author of Dark Aeon: Transhumanism and the War Against Humanity.
Like a thief in the night, artificial intelligence has inserted itself into our lives. It makes important decisions for us every day. Often, we barely notice. As Joe Allen writes in this groundbreaking book, “Transhumanism is the great merger of humankind with the Machine. At this stage in history, it consists of billions using smartphones. Going forward, we’ll be hardwiring our brains to artificial intelligence systems.”
The world-famous robot, Sophia, symbolizes a rising techno-religion. She takes her name from the goddess—or Aeon—whose fall from grace is described in the Gnostic Gospels.
With an academic background in both science and theology, Allen confronts the paradox of what he calls “good people constructing a digital abomination.” Dark Aeon is nothing less than a cri de coeur for humanity itself. He takes us on a roller coaster ride through history and the emergence of Scientism, and from government-mandated mRNA vaccines to the weird visions of cyborg billionaires like Elon Musk.
From Silicon Valley to China, these globalists’ visions of humanity’s future, exposed and described in Dark Aeon, are dire and terrifying. But Joe Allen argues that humanity’s salvation is within our grasp. Only if we refuse to avert our eyes from the impending twilight before us.
8:15 U.S. Congressman Cliff Bentz joins the show and we discuss the controversy surrounding some recent votes in DC.
Great story from Jackson County Sheriffs today, a 16-year old young man from Central Point saves his grandma (having a medical emergency) and protects others from danger, too. Here’s the story from JCSO:
“A 16-year-old passenger potentially saved multiple lives yesterday at a busy intersection in Central Point. Around 3:14 p.m., a grandmother was driving her grandson west on Biddle Road near Table Rock Road when she suffered a medical emergency. With the car accelerating and his grandmother unconscious, 16-year-old Tayen made the split-second decision to press his foot on the brake and steer the car away from oncoming traffic in the intersection. He then began performing CPR while waving down passing motorists who assisted and called 911. This decision not only saved his grandmother and himself, but other motorists as well.
The responding Jackson County Sheriff’s Office deputy presented Tayen with a challenge coin to commend his swift action under intense pressure. Tayen, you are a life saver and a true hero. Our thoughts are with your grandmother and her speedy recovery. She is in a local hospital in stable condition.”
Thursday 11-16-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information
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6:35 Gabriel Nadales Our America National Director discusses secret service agents firing shots at carjackers outside President Biden’s granddaughter’s home this past weekend. Three men broke the window of the unoccupied government car parked outside of her Georgetown home, leaving the car destroyed.
This attack comes as motor vehicle thefts are up in Washington D.C. 98% year-to-date. Our America is a national organization dedicated to promoting public safety among other things.
8:10 Andrew Thornebrooke, national security reporter for the Epoch Times reports on the Biden-Xi meeting.
Wednesday 11-15-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information
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6:35 Eric Peters, automotive journalist with and today’s big topic of conversation is his latest about the automotive kill switch:
7:10 State Senator Linthicum is on today talking on liberty and limited government with a conversation on the intrusions in our life. How to roll it back, and how can we truly become a better citizen?
8:10 State Representative Christine Goodwin talks over why she’s challenging current state Senator Art Robinson in the upcoming May primary election.  
Tuesday 11-14-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information
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6:40 VINCENT VARGAS, star of FX’s MAYANS, ex-Border Patrol agent & author of BORDERLINE
One of the most hotly contested issues of our time – the US-Mexico border – stretches more than 2,000 miles. It’s protection is led by a thin-line of overworked and underfunded US Border Patrol agents. Vincent Vargas, who served in Iraq and Afghanistan with the US Army’s 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, later served with the Border Patrol. His new book, BORDERLINE: Defending the Homefront, which publishes November 14, 2023, provides a thorough insiders look at just how dangerous defending the border is.
Vargas, who was one of the stars of the FX TV series, Mayans, hits on some key issues about the border situation including:
*Border Patrol has more agents of Latino/Hispanic heritage than any other race, debunking the myth that all BP agents are racist
*DC law makers don’t know the challenges on a day to day basis for BP agents nor do they have the boots-on-the-ground experience
*The border is two issues simultaneously: immigration AND homeland security
*Dealing with dangerous water rescues as well as violent drug traffickers and human trafficking coyotes
*He has great empathy for those making the dangerous journey to try to get to America for a better life as his own grandmother came to the US as a young girl as an undocumented immigrant
*He is straightforward about the BP mission – sympathy aside there is a job to do to protect the border and the security of America
*He points out the overlooked US policy to assist in helping immigrants to become US citizens legally
*Vargas notes that it is the US’s job to educate and facilitate safe and legal entry for those wanting to come to America for a better life
7:35 Josephine County Commissioner Herman Baertschiger digs into the replacement process for State Rep. Lily Morgan and other political issues.
8:10 Dan Kirchner, Executive Director with the Northwest Gas Association. Such an important energy source, such an unfair war against it. We dig into the truth of the matter. Gas Assocation.
NWGA is a bi-national trade organization of the Pacific Northwest natural gas industry, advocating for the role of the region’s gas infrastructure in safely delivering a clean, dependable and affordable energy future.  Their website is
8:45 OPEN FOR BUSINESS – Steve Johnson,  Steve the Goldsmith with QuikFix Jewelry Repair, and design – We talk about the importance of you getting your custom design jewelry orders in NOW for the holiday, Mason Watcher (Beautiful, btw) and how Steve can help you find that special stone or jewelry piece on the open market.. QuikFix is lower level rogue valley mall, just outside macy’s
Monday 11-13-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information
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7:10 Kerry Slone, director for education at the Crime Prevention Research Center. Kerry is a survivor of domestic violence but believes the data doesn’t support Red Flag Laws:
How to Handle Domestic Violence and Gun Rights
By Kerry Slone, Executive Director for Education, Crime Prevention Research Center
It’s unjust to deny constitutional rights without a trial.
States started adopting domestic violence restraining orders in the 1970s, making them relatively recent in American history. And it’s hard to see how they can fit with the Second Amendment at the time of its adoption in 1791 or when the 14th Amendment was adopted in 1868 to apply the Bill of Rights to the states. To help understand what the founders intended, the Supreme Court looks to see what laws were in place then, but there is no evidence of similar restrictions. As a victim of domestic violence, I am acutely aware of how important it is to protect victims. But restraining orders can be misused and used to harm victims. Abusers can use them to disarm their victims. The question before the court is: What is the standard of evidence needed to strip someone of their constitutional right to protect themselves? People lose their right to a gun when convicted of felonies and some violent misdemeanors. But should they lose that right after a noncriminal, civil decision – possibly without a public hearing or a lawyer? [more…]
 8:15 Dr. Dennis Powers, with today’s talk on Oregon’s justice system…who replaces our retiring judges?