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Friday 09-15-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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6:35 DC Swamp update with Rick Manning from Americans For Limited Government

7:10 Mr. Outdoors, Greg Roberts from   

7:35 Tod Farcau reports on a Zoom meeting he attended in conjunction with a local Rotary Club – a proponent of Measure 110 (Drug Legalization) was their guest. Was he convincing? We dig into that.

7:45 Richard Emmons, Publisher and Editor of the Josephine County Eagle, and we discuss an article Richard wrote earlier this year detailing how sustainable is the new State Leave Law. Been talking about this for several days and here’s Richard’s take:



Wednesday 09-13-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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6:35 Eric Peters, automotive journalist at with today’s “Wheels Up Wednesday”. Some of what we dig into include:

The Browning of Green –



7:10 State Senator Dennis Linthicum SD 26



8:10 An impeachment story talk with  Landmark Legal Foundation’s VP of Legal Affairs, Michael O’Neill, on the announcement that a formal impeachment inquiry will be opened by the House:


Initiating an impeachment inquiry into the President’s conduct is a welcome development that will help ensure a full accounting of Mr. Biden’s role in his son’s allegedly criminal affairs. There is a compelling public need to have information on the extent to which the President’s son used his family connections to obtain enormous wealth and the extent to which the President benefited.


Thus far, the Department of Justice has dragged its feet in investigating the President’s conduct. And there is no reason to believe the recent appointment of Special Counsel Weiss will change anything. Investigations by various House Committees are the only entities uncovering important facts. Raising the profile of these investigations will permit the full House to obtain evidence on whether the President engaged in conduct that would justify removal from office. 



8:35 Randal Lee on “Open For Business” from Advanced Air 541-772-6866 – Here’s some of what we’ll discuss:


-We are scheduling fall maintenance visits

-We are seeing many people maintain and repair what they have vs. replacement

-Make sure to get prices for repair and replacement when repairs are costly (We recently had a client elect to change a compressor instead of replace equipment on an older system, only to find other problems after the fact)

-Sometimes other problems and root causes for equipment failure are found while re-establishing the sequence of operations


-Rebates & Tax Credits are Available

-From Bryant, Energy Trust of Oregon, and Inflation Reduction Act

-Some incentives are reflected as instant savings on the proposal

-Some incentives are income based

-Most incentives meet high efficiency benchmarks

-Some incentives are time sensitive


-Current Openings: Office Administrator/Bookkeeper



Tuesday 09-12-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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6:35 Ira Mehlman, Communications Director for the Federation for American Immigration Reform


Today we dig into a new report that foreign born workers are gaining jobs while native born Americans are LOSING work.




7:35 Josephine County Commissioner Herman Baertschiger – We discuss the sleight of hand going on with Governor Kotek and the State Trust Lands along witih the new state paid leave law.




8:10 Jackson County Commissioner Colleen Roberts in studio – the power of public comment and the 15-20 minute city trend…we call them climate friendly equitable communities. Collen also asking for jackson County Resident comments on the natural hazard mitigation plan. It just opened yesterday, read and comment at:




8:35 Pauline Redon and Melanie Howard with No Pet Left Behind, a Non-Profit organization which helps low income people afford food and veterinary treatment for their animals. More on their facebook page


To contribute

Or send a check to:


No Pet Left Behind

P.O. Box 974

Medford, OR 97501



8:50 Call Cheriesse at 541-680-5875 Open for Business with Cheriesse from No Wires Now and more big ways to save money on your TV, phone, internet, so much more.


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Monday 09-11-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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6:35 Andy Ross is the founder and CEO of American Rebel, a leading manufacturer of gun safes and others concealed carry apparel. Ross is also a country rocker and former TV host. His show ‘Maximum Archery’ ran for ten years on the Outdoor Channel, The Sportsman Channel, and Pursuit Network.

Gun safe manufacturer Liberty Safe has said its customers will now be able to have the records of their safe combinations “expunged” after the company faced growing backlash for handing over the access code to one safe to the FBI.

Liberty Safe customers will be able to fill out a form to have records of their safe access codes deleted, meaning they can “take control of how their information is stored and protected,” the manufacturer said in a statement on Wednesday evening.

Earlier on Wednesday, Liberty Safe had said the FBI requested the access code to a safe on August 30, which it gave after seeing proof of a warrant. The safe belongs to 34-year-old Nathan Hughes, who has been charged with felony civil disorder and several misdemeanors relating to the riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.



7:10 Diana L. Anderson and Gary L. Clark – authors of Who Made American Schools Marxist Training Centers


Tomorrow 9/12 Gary and Diana speak on the theme of “20 Minute Neighborhoods” at the Central Point Library starting at 5:30pm.


Who Made American Schools Marxist Training Centers? Traces the path of soviet/socialist education into American classrooms, universities and communities – a semi-secret plan to train children as activists for future socially just eco-neighborhoods.

  1. Learn what’s in store for Oregon by looking at The City of Los Angeles – one of 4 cities in the U.S. implementing UN’s. Agenda 2030 Sustainable Development Goals
  2. Technocracy – some background of a hundred -year-old plan for the American Continent, now spanning the globe.
  3. Finer Features of a 20-Minute Neighborhood Unit Planning
  4. Building community wealth and health – “foundational economy” that creates those goods and services needed for everyday life, such as food, shelter and jobs.
  5. Functions of Neighborhood Committees fulfill the promise of returning local control of government to the people.
  6. The committees are the neo-soviet organs to manage local infrastructure, movement, consumption, and energy use. Volunteers are considered city officials and need not be US. Citizens to be a member.
  7. Neighborhood Unit planning in Medford, Grants Pass and Talent.
  8. Touch on the similarities of soviet city planning and Mid-East mahalla neighborhood committee functions.
  9. Megapolitan governance in America’s 10 regions.


8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers with the latest historical profile. His excellent book “Where Past Meets Present” available at and more about Dennis at  


The Oregon Vortex

By Dennis Powers


An unusual place lies five miles up Sardine Creek Road from Highway 234 (which turns two miles later into Second Avenue when in Gold Hill). Calling it the “Forbidden Ground,” Native Americans avoided the area, as apparently did their horses, wild birds, and other wildlife. Despite this, the Grey Eagle Mining Company in the 1890’s built a gold assay office on the site and near their mine. The structure was plumbed level when constructed.


During a heavy rainy season in 1910, a mudslide carried the slanted-wood building down the hill where it slid against a maple tree. No longer plumb or level, the house is still there but rests at a weird angle. Now named the “House of Mystery,” balls inside roll uphill, people stand weirdly, and brooms angle on end. Outside the twisted house, people appear dramatically taller when they shift positions.


John Lister was a geologist, mining engineer, and physicist. Visiting the area in 1913, the Scottish scientist was intrigued by what he saw. Named the “Vortex”defined as a fluid or gas circulating around a core with its inside pressure being lower than its outsideLister later bought the property. He developed it in the early 1920s, conducted thousands of experiments, and in 1930 opened it to the public.


Lister claimed the property was at the intersection of strange forces he named terralines, or energy that causes a repelling (anti-gravitational) electromagnetic field. The story goes that Lister became so frightened by his discoveries that he later burned his notes. After his death, Maria Cooper’s family in 1961 left their Gold Hill service station and motel to buy the Vortex. Then in high school, Maria twenty years later quit her job as a social worker to run it when her father became ill. She continued on for years.


The controversy also continues. Balls seeming to run uphill and a pendulum hanging at an angle can be explained by the crazy, skewed building. It’s argued that this effect is caused by the distorted perspective of not seeing the horizon but against the background of converging lines. When visual references are skewed sufficiently, people can actually feel dizzywhich they do. Outside, however, is another story. Photographs of people changing places (one taller than the other) evidence their changing heights, based solely on the new position. Trees grow in weird shapes; people shrink or grow as they walk, one way or the other.


Is this an optical illusion, caused by terralines, or due to a deep metallic core with different influences? And according to John Lister’s wife, he burned all of his experimental notes believing that the world was not ready for his observations. The controversy continues today.


Sources: “The Oregon Vortex” at Vortex; Jeff Barnard, “Woman Seeks Good Family to Take over Mysterious Vortex,” Associated Press (as published in the Salt Lake Tribune, March 14, 2004) at Oregon Vortex.




8:35 Edward Dowd, author of “Cause Unknown”: The Epidemic of Sudden Deaths in 2021 & 2022  is currently a Founding Partner of Phinance Technologies, a global macro alternative investment firm.

Edward has worked on Wall Street most of his career, spanning both credit markets and equity markets. Some of the firms he worked for include HSBC, Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette and Independence Investments.

Most notably, he worked at Blackrock as a portfolio manager where he managed a $14 billion Growth equity portfolio for ten years. After BlackRock, he founded OceanSquare Asset Management with two former BlackRock.

2020 saw a spike in deaths in America, smaller than you might imagine during a pandemic, some of which could be attributed to COVID and to initial treatment strategies that were not effective. But then, in 2021, the stats people expected went off the rails. The CEO of the OneAmerica insurance company publicly disclosed that during the third and fourth quarters of 2021, death in people of working age (18–64) was 40 percent higher than it was before the pandemic. Significantly, the majority of the deaths were not attributed to COVID.


A 40 percent increase in deaths is literally earth-shaking. Even a 10 percent increase in excess deaths would have been a 1-in-200-year event. But this was 40 percent.


And therein lies a story—a story that starts with obvious questions:


  • What has caused this historic spike in deaths among younger people?
  • What has caused the shift from old people, who are expected to die, to younger people, who are expected to keep living?


It isn’t COVID, of course, because we know that COVID is not a significant cause of death in young people. Various stakeholders opine about what could be causing this epidemic of unexpected sudden deaths, but “CAUSE UNKNOWN” doesn’t opine or speculate. The facts just are, and the math just is.