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Friday 5-27-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government, and with today’s DC Swamp UPDATE!

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

7:35 and 8:10 – Dr. Glenn Gumaer, an area chiropractor who discussed the evidence that he believes proves that the Red Light Camera at East Stewart and Barnett Road in Medford is unjustly ticketing huge amounts of drivers because of a short yellow light cycle. (3.5 seconds instead of 4 seconds minimum for state standards) We dig into it, and the Dr. is collecting names and contact information of other people nabbed by this improperly timed light.


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Thursday 5-26-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Scott Powell More on Scott:

Scott S. Powell, has been an entrepreneur for 30+ years, founding two companies. He has been a fellow at Stanford’s Hoover Institution and is currently senior fellow at Discovery Institute. Having been a frequent guest on national radio and TV, he has also published 250 articles in such publications as the Wall Street Journal, Barron’s Financial, New York Post, Philadelphia Inquirer, Washington Times, Chicago Tribune, Houston Chronicle, Dallas Morning News, San Francisco Chronicle, San Diego Union, Florida Sun Sentinel, USA Today and some two dozen other newspapers and journals in the U.S., Japan and Europe. He has been called on twice to provide expert witness testimony for the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.

His background has been shaped by the school of hard knocks. After working and saving, Scott took a leave of absence from undergraduate studies, back-packing around the world for several years to some 48 countries—chronicling poverty, oppression and dysfunction. After returning, he graduated from the University of Chicago (B.A. and M.A.) and received his Ph.D. from Boston University. This is his third book.

7:35 Kevin Starrett from Oregon Firearms Federation

Do our politicians in Oregon “Really” want to protect our school students?

8:10 Naturalist Captain William E. Simpson, Wildfire and Wild Horses, and we discuss it all:

Bill’s Thoughts: Unfortunately, it’s time for some hard love, given the extreme price the Public – Taxpayers are paying in loss of life, homes, forests, wildlife, clean air and pure water. 

We are at a breaking point where this must be called out, and legislators must now take positive steps, by reestablishing the cost-effective native species herbivory, not more words

We need a safe and proven method to reduce flashy fuels (grass and brush), that is also COST-EFFECTIVE and can be used year-round. 

And it so happens we have that safe fuels reduction tool via the rewilding of the 60,000 wild horses that the BLM is holding off-range at great cost to taxpayers, but benefits 0.0001% of Americans who made a deal with the BLM to warehouse wild horses that could instead be safely reducing wildfire fuels in selected wilderness areas, and saving taxpayers nearly $100-Million/year in just the costs of feeding wild horses being warehoused by the BLM.

Connection Between Wildfire, USFS, BLM and Wild Horse Management?

  May 25, 2022 • 

By: William E. Simpson II

Kati Weis at CBS Denver is doing the kind of powerful investigative journalism that made CBS a leader in investigative expose’ work.

And her latest piece about wild horses and the BLM, which is part of a critically important series, is a world class investigative piece! 

Yet, as amazing as her latest segment on wild horses and the BLM is, that segment primarily hits just the ‘problem’, which is part of the bigger-story that needs telling, in order to actually save American wild horses and taxpayers hundreds of $-millions in annual costs due to direct and indirect costs of mismanagement of wild horses.

And the problems cited in that CBS Investigative Report are not limited to just Colorado!

The highly flawed management of wild horses by the BLM is seen across virtually all BLM managed wild horse Herd Areas in multiple states, as well as wild horse territories managed by the USFS.

Speaking of the USFS, they now spend over 90% of their budget ($8-Billion+ dollars/year) on wildfire suppression (firefighting)! Shockingly only 5% is spent on prevention.

And what kind of ‘prevention’ is 5% of the USFS budget funding?

Prescribed (‘controlled’) Burning, which as we see in New Mexico, can become disastrous uncontrolled wildfires!  It’s fair to say that the U.S. Forest Service has now morphed into the U.S. Fire Service, where burning the forest has arguably become their new revenue model.

Background and the larger picture:

I believed that I had negotiated the implementation of the Wild Horse Fire Brigade through the DOI and BLM in 2015 – 2016, via one-on-one discussions with the Deputy Director of the DOI back then, Mr. Tim Williams.

It was at that time I saw the undisclosed and unauthorized use of wildfire by the USFS to clear forests to create more livestock grazing (when a forest is burnt-down, the first thing that grows is grass and brush).

Having a background in forest and livestock management, I immediately realized they were duplicating the Brazilian model for increasing livestock production while reducing production costs via super cheap grazing via permits from the USFS.

Prior to the spotted owl debacle (blaming logging for what is now know as a problem with the Barred Owl devastating spotted owls), now debunked, the USFS use to be in the business of forest management for sustainable logging… However, wrong headed environmentalists collapsed a successful forest management paradigm that had been working for over a century.

But now, the USFS spends the vast majority of their entire budget on firefighting, which they cleverly call ‘suppression’ (about $8-billion/year).

 And of that, less than 5% is spent on wildfire Prevention! Shocking, since an ounce of prevention = pound of cure. One must ask WHY?  Following the money leads to a very concerning conspiracy.

I wrote an article back then about what I was seeing:

Then, after dozens of emails and phone calls, in late 2017, Congressman Greg Walden and other legislators reached out in writing to the Chief of the USDA and DOI.

Article about that:

But by then Mr. Ethan Lane a very powerful man (Pres. Public Lands Council and head of arguably made a behind closed doors deal with newly appointed Ryan Zinke.

And instead of relocating (see definitions herein below) and reWilding the horses into wildfire grazing roles as native herbivores restored as keystone herbivores into selected remote wilderness areas that are both economically and ecologically appropriate, Zinke and Lane ostensibly made a closed-door deal to take advantage of Catastrophic Wildfire to clear forests and create even more cheap grazing lands, the same way they did and are doing in Brazil!

Because of the removal of the Rain forest in Brazil and the evolved cheap livestock grazing, Brazil now arguably produces the cheapest beef in the world. The American livestock industry took careful notes as a result of having to compete with Brazilian beef.

In 2019, I realized that the DOI and USFS were all-in on expanding livestock grazing via burning forests, because they all made money at the expense of taxpayers. And that scheme allowed the USFS to duplicate the BLM revenue model of selling ‘grazing permits’ in grasslands that were once forests.

The USFS had come to learn there were more tax-dollars for them via ‘wildfire suppression’ than there was for forest management, and wildfires as ‘controlled burns’ became the new revenue model for the USFS!

The doubling and tripling of wildfire suppression budgets to the USFS has resulted in the doubling of the numbers of wildfires as well as their size and intensity…

WHAT does this tell us?

Actual wildfire statistics are alarming:


In 2019, it became obvious that my Plan (Wild Horse Fire Brigade) for saving forests and wildlife via reestablishing the native herbivory starting with wild horses, had been shelved in favor of expanding livestock grazing at the expense of our forests, wildlife and wild horses, I issued this press release:

The shakedown of American taxpayers is larger than just the livestock industry deal with the BLM, and the USFS is now involved in a very big way!

Americans and elected officials must come to understand that a preponderance of published science supports the fact that:

Nature’s herbviory controlled wildfire effectively for millennia, keeping them in the realm of normal wildfires that burn low and slow due to minimal flashy fuels, and there’s a huge pile of published science that supports that concept. 

Most of the 100+ studies are cited as supporting references to my own Study (see end of my Study):

Eric Molvar’s idea of ‘buying out grazing permits’ is not a holistic solution, and fails in the understanding that even the complete removal of all livestock from the existing HMAs doesn’t fix one of the biggest problems facing wild horses and cervids… the Apex predators in these areas have been virtually eliminated over the past 2-centuries with great prejudice and at great cost to American taxpayers and ecosystems. 

And in the the general area of Herd Areas, chronic wasting disease (CWD) is spreading like wildfire, also a result of missing apex predators.

And it’s an indisputable fact that it will take many decades of work to reestablish those apex predator populations in proper ecological balance.

Apex predators control populations of large herbivores, including and especially wild horses, keeping them in balance with ecosystems and eliminating the weak, sick/diseased and elderly animals which is what maintains genetic vigor.

In the meantime, in absence of proper apex predators populations, wild horse herds will grow, and without Natural Selection, genetic erosion will occur, harming the long term survival of the species. 

Before humans meddled in these ecosystems, Natural Selection allowed wild horses to survive in North America for 1.7-Million years… it works!   

Citing the problem with the BLM and Wild Horses must lead to a ‘workable’ solution.  ‘Workable’ = economically and ecologically feasible.

Problem —> Solution

Arguably, none of the big-dollar gold-plated non-profits have tendered anything better than ecologically and economically flawed work-arounds.

These big-dollar non-profits use their $-millions in donations to influence media and bogart the conversation and media time available on the subject, and getting far more air-time than they are worthy-of, given they have used well over $100-Million in donations and have had over a decade to effect a solution, and have not!

What is the empirical result of all of that time and money and media exposure?  Wild horses are in the worst predicament than at any time in the past.

There is no workable cost-effective solution that is both ecologically and genetically sensible.

And even as these big-dollar wild horse non-profits bogart the conversation, they attempt to sequester and ignore (providing no support) a new science supported concept (‘Wild Horse Fire Brigade’), which posits the rewilding and relocating wild horses into carefully selected, remote critical wilderness areas that are ecologically and economically appropriate.

There is just one Plan that comes from Nature, instead of more artificial meddling and management with adverse impacts and unwieldy costs to taxpayers, directly and in directly, through taxes and the hundreds of $-millions in donation dollars that have been provided, yet have failed to lead to any positive result, just more debates, lawsuits, roundups and general turmoil as wild horses are being decimated.


There is genuine cost-effective and ecologically appropriate path:

Wild Horse Fire Brigade restores wild horses back into wild intact wilderness ecosystems, where wild horses can resume their evolved roles as keystone herbivores, thereby, re-balancing wilderness ecosystems that are currently suffering from catastrophic wildfires due to collapsed native species herbivories.

ABC NEWS WATCH 12 coverage:

This new article  highlights a legal, natural, holistic and humane solution that takes wild horses out of harm’s way, and provides them with homes in naturally operating ecosystems, instead of highly manipulated and artificially managed grazing areas with ongoing never-ending conflicts in many current Herd Management Areas.

Keeping wild horses in problematic BLM and USFS Herd Areas, that have been depleted long-ago of the co-evolved natural predators of wild horses, does wild horses a huge genetic injustice.

And anyone who insists they must be kept in such ecologically damaged areas, under any circumstances, 1971 Act or not, needs to review the science of Natural Selection in contrast to the proper, sustainable, natural management of wild horses and cervids.

Natural Selection by apex predators is critically important to the long-term survival of wild horses and maintains the genetic vigor of the species by naturally culling weak, sick and elderly horses, as well as naturally controlling populations and keeping them in balance. Humans are incapable of doing what Nature does effortlessly through millions of years of evolution.

More Potential Folly:

The notion of reintroducing apex predators into Herd Areas that have long-ago been depleted of apex predators to increase livestock production, listens good.

But that concept, while noble, is ill-conceived because it is no longer timely at this late stage for wild horse conservation given the relatively few remaining wild horses.

Simply, it is a bridge to far as such a program will require decades of hard work and luck to reestablish proper population densities of apex predators, even with immediate government approval, and cooperation of public land users.

It’s just not going to happen, and the few remaining wild horses in the Herd Areas don’t have ‘decades’ of time left.

As it’s happening right now, wild horses in America may very well be made extinct via the two-prong plan in the sinister PATH FORWARD, which was devised with heavy input from the industrial livestock lobby, HSUS, and giant corporations wanting more public land use for extraction of oil and minerals, as well as livestock production.

The key tactics of the PATH FORWARD are: 

1) Reduce populations of wild horses as much as possible, making them more vulnerable to genetic erosion, making tactic #2 more effective; 

2) Treat all remaining horses with chemicals that cause genetic erosion and sterility (PZP and GonaCon). 

The combination of tactics 1 + 2 = extinction for wild horses over the next 50+ years.

Relocating and re-wilding American wild hoses is by far the best answer, economically and ecologically.

Let’s untie the kids from the BLM railroad track that has the oncoming BLM freight train…  It’s much wiser than attempting to stop the train, and its massive financial momentum.


Wednesday 5-25-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

6:35 Eric Peters, automotive journalist at for “Wheels Up Wednesday”. Articles we profiled today include:

Psychopath Responds to a Psychopath –


Mini Cooper Review –


Double Digit Pumps –


8:10 Dr. Sayed Haider M.D. of  


Monday 05-23-22 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

7:10 Dr. John Staddon, formerly of Duke University, has studied the concept of systemic racism for years. In his new book Science in an Age of Unreason, Staddon deciphers the roots and lies that led to the theory of systemic racism and how it exploded into the Left’s favorite scapegoat for attacks on minority communities. The tragic shooting that claimed the lives of 10 and injured three more has immediately been overshadowed by theories of systemic racism. According to Human Rights Watch, roots of systemic racism had been brewing in Buffalo for years. But is systemic racism truly the root of such tragic attacks on African Americans, or a convenient excuse used by the Left?

About the Book:

Science is in trouble. Real questions in desperate need of answers—especially those surrounding ethnicity, gender, climate change, and almost anything related to ‘health and safety’—are swiftly buckling to the fiery societal demands of what ought to be rather than what is. These foregone conclusions may be comforting, but each capitulation to modernity’s whims threatens the integrity of scientific inquiry. Can true, fact-based discovery be redeemed?

Legendary professor of psychology and biology, John Staddon, unveils the identity crisis afflicting today’s scientific community, and provides an actionable path to recovery in his new book Science in an Age of Unreason. With intellectual depth and literary flair, Staddon answers pressing questions about today’s “new science”, including:

Is science, especially the science of evolution, a religion?

The soundness of social science, particularly surrounding today’s most controversial topics

How science has been self-censored by the social pressures of today’s culture

Can ethics be derived from science at all?

How to properly separate passions and feelings from facts

Informed by decades of expertise, Science in an Age of Unreasonis a clarion call to rebirth academia as a beacon of reason and truth in a society demanding its unconditional submission.

7:35 Tim Winter, president of the Parents Television and Media Council.

Twitter: @ThePTC; @TimWinterPTC

ABOUT: The Parents Television and Media Council is a nonpartisan education organization advocating responsible entertainment – (

Tim Winter, president of the Parents Television and Media Council, back on your show before Netflix’s shareholder meeting on June 2 to talk about why Netflix is alienating consumers.

Netflix’s historic subscriber losses are sure to be a topic for shareholders, yet the company is doubling-down on  programming with exploitative and harmful content, such as:

  • Netflix provides programming that sexually exploits children. Netflix is being sued for violating a Texas state law that prohibits the production or promotion of sexual performances by children under the age of 18—specifically for the streaming service’s distribution of the 2020 movie Cuties.
  • Netflix targets teens and children with sexually explicit programming like Big Mouth, which includes full-frontal sexual nudity of children, and with programming that glamorizes suicide, 13 Reasons Why.
  • Netflix hosts pornographic and exploitative films like 365 Days, and its sequel 365 Days: This Day.

8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers, retired professor of Business Law at Southern Oregon University. with today’s “Where Past Meets Present”

Art Pollard: Southern Oregon’s Racecar Driver

By Dennis Powers

Born in Utah in 1927, Art Pollard grew up in Roseburg and graduated from Roseburg High (1945), where he was an “outstanding” player in both basketball and football. He joined the U.S. Navy one year later, and after his service, even visited U.S. troops during a goodwill tour of Vietnam (1971). He lived in Medford during the 1960s until his untimely death. He died on May 12, 1973, when his racecar hit the wall and caught on fire while practicing on Pole Day for the 1973 Indianapolis 500. The day before, he had the fastest time; Pollard’s lap prior to the crash was timed at 192+ mph. He was 46 years old.

Racing in midget car-races in Roseburg, Art drove modified hardtops locally (in stock-car races) and at the Eugene Speedway before expanding to super-modifieds (as at the Indianapolis 500). He traveled on racing circuits throughout the West and won the Western States Championship in 1961. When not racing, Pollard worked as a car dealer and mechanic.

Pollard graduated to the national USAC (“United States Auto Club”) Championship Car Series, racing during the 1965 to 1973 seasons with 84 career starts (including the 1967 – 1971 Indy 500 races), where he finished 30 times in the top 10 on the national circuit with two victories (both in 1969) and finished second in the first two California 500s at Ontario Motor Speedway. His Indy 500 racing was between 1967 (finishing 8th) and 1971 (finishing 22nd, owing to engine malfunction). His worst finish was a 31rst in 1969 due to a driveline issue. 

Pollard was more than a racecar driver; very competitive on the courses, he was easygoing off and particularly caring for kids. Art became involved with children with special emotional needs at the Larue D. Carter Memorial Hospital in Indianapolis, where “Art Pollard Day in May” was held annually during Indy month. Drivers continued the tradition 20 years after his death, and a playground at the hospital is named in his honor. He went out of his way to include other drivers to raise money and greet the kids at the hospital. 

The “beloved” Southern Oregon native was recognized also at the World of Speed Museum in Wilsonville and in a book. A 33-car exhibit celebrated the 100th running of the Indy 500 from June 2016 to April 2017; it featured Indy cars from seven decades, spanning the race’s early era to modern cars. The cars on display that Pollard used were a sprint car, the famous Andy Granatelli STP Turbine (basically a jet engine, driven in 1968), and the Rolla Vollstedt Offenhauser (1966). 

Pollard was the subject of author Bob Kehoe’s book, “Art Pollard: The Life and Legacy of a Gentleman Racer” that was released in May 2016. For years, an Art Pollard Memorial Race was held annually at the Southern Oregon Speedway (the Jackson County Sports Park in White City). 

Sources: “Southern Oregon’s Pollard to be honored,” Eugene Register-Guard, April 30, 2016; Dan Jones, “Pollard’s Legacy,” Mail Tribune, July 7, 2016; “Wikipedia: Art Pollard” at Racing Details; Website: “Art Pollard Race Driver” at Background.

8:35 – Cheriesse from No Wires – on  Open for Business. Call or text message Cheriesse to save on Dish Network, cell service, internet and much more – 541-680-5875

8:50 Southern Oregon Veterans Benefit – Russ McBride, Ron Kohl talk about the Vietnam Memorial Wall Project.  Operation FINAL STEP is on right now.  They’re hoping that veterans and veterans supporters will help contribute to get the Vietnam Veterans Wall UP in southern Oregon.