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Friday 09-08-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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 6:35 Rick Manning, president of Americans for Limited Government

We talked a lot in today’s DC Swamp update about Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s brave holding off of military promotions in order to break the abortion/woke policies of the military.

7:10 Greg Roberts with and today’s oudoor, fire, and talk remembering the Almeda blaze of 2020.

7:35 State Representative Lily Morgan weighs in on the drug addiction homeless crisis, the grant stream funding being given to NGOs that aren’t really helping, plus the truth behind her trip to Portugal with the Pro Measure 110 crowd.

7:50 Matt Morsa talks the latest sex ed and health education draft curriculum. Nope, it’s not good.

8:10 Bob Haworth of the Kingston Trio and a great talk on his decades experience in Folk Music. His book is a great read – “Tales From the Road – The Life of an Itinerant Folk Musician as Lived by Bob Haworth”.


Thursday 09-07-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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 6:35 Laura Morgan, a highly respected registered nurse and Program Manager at Do No Harm, recently penned a compelling op-ed in National Review titled “Wokeness Has Infected the Mayo Clinic,” shines a spotlight on the transformation of the prestigious Mayo Clinic, a transformation driven by woke ideologies. Her firsthand experiences attending Mayo Clinic’s events and witnessing the infusion of divisive ideologies into medical education and practice will undoubtedly provide your viewers with a unique perspective on the intersection of politics and healthcare— and will reveal just how woke one of the nation’s most prestigious medical institutions has become.

 7:35 State Representative Kim Wallan HD6 discusses the process of how we got to the point of OHA writing 1.5 million dollar grants to controversial groups such as “Stabbin’ Wagon”. How do we get some control over this?

8:35 Open for Business with Lisa McClease-Kelly promoting Tuesday’s Next Level Marketing Event. Tuesday 4-6pm at 2070 Milligan Way in Medford. Here’s more:

 Rogue Valley, Christian Business Owners, High-Level Executives, and Sales Professionals,

We invite you to  unlock new horizons of business growth and forge invaluable connections at the upcoming “Next Level Networking” event! Elevate your professional journey by joining us for a late afternoon filled with strategic networking, thought-provoking discussions, and relationship-building opportunities.

Date: Tuesday, September 12, 2023

Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Venue: The Dove Media

2070 Milligan Way

Medford, OR 97504


As a leader, you understand the significance of fostering meaningful connections. “Next Level Networking” is designed exclusively for Christian individuals like you who aspire to reach greater heights in their business endeavors.

Attendance is $10 per person and includes light appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages.  Your attendance opens the door to an afternoon brimming with possibilities. Take this opportunity to amplify your network, exchange insights, and fortify your relationships within the business community.

To reserve your spot, please register at and click on “Next Level Networking.”

Eevate your connections. Elevate your success. Elevate your future.


Wednesday 09-06-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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6:35 Eric Peters, Automotive Journalist at and just some of what we talked about this morning:



7:10 JASON THOMAS GORDON, author of THE SINGERS TALK: The Greatest Singers of Our Time Discuss the One Thing They’re Never Asked About- Their Voices

When singer Jason Thomas Gordon started having trouble with his voice, he decided the best people to help him were his favorite singers. Surprisingly, many of them agreed to talk about the one thing they are never asked about, their voice.

These revelatory, frequently funny and deeply engrossing in-depth interviews provides fans and aspiring singers a backstage pass to the challenges every vocalist faces onstage and in the studio. Packed with never heard before stories, The Singers Talk reveals a truly intimate side to these iconic personalities while offering a master class on how the best in their field keep their vocal cords in shape and protect themselves on the road, along with countless other tricks, techniques, strategies, and philosophies to help vocalists at every level perfect the craft of singing.

All royalties from The Singers Talk will benefit the kids and families at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital through their Music Gives to St. Jude Kids campaign.


Jason Thomas Gordon is the lead singer/drummer of the Los Angeles rock band Kingsize, a screenwriter, and creator of Music Gives to St. Jude Kids, a campaign that raises funds and awareness for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital through music-based initiatives. St. Jude was founded by Jason’s grandfather, entertainer Danny Thomas, in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1962. Jason also serves as a National Committee member of the hospital’s board.


7:35 State Senator Dennis Linthicum and we talk the M113 lawsuit and election integrity grand jury lawsuit involvement.


8:15 Brian Walsh is SoFi’s expert Student Loan Manager


New and Current Student Loan Borrowers Prepare to Finance College, Tackle Debt

What Out of College Borrowers Should Know Now That The Federal Payment Pause Is Coming To An End After More Than Three Years

Tips to help get you ready featuring SoFi CFP Brian WalshAvailable for Radio Interviews


WHAT: San Francisco, CA. – The second half of summer brings a welcomed sense of familiarity for families across the country as back-to-school season approaches. The end of this summer, in particular, also means that borrowers who are out of college will have to resume paying back their federal student loans after more than three years.


For new and resuming college students, proper planning on how to pay for college is paramount. With many parents who are trying to balance daily expenses, progress toward savings, and college costs simultaneously, supporting four years of higher education can be a struggle. Some may even be prioritizing a child’s college payments over their savings, retirement contributions (not usually recommended by financial advisors), or other investments.


On the other side of the coin, borrowers out of college face the task of planning for the resumption of federal student loan payments after more than three years. Interest will resume starting on Sept. 1, 2023, and payments will be due starting in October. After more than three years of stalled payments, entering the phase of repayments may raise questions on how best to prepare.

These two events could lead to frustration and headaches.  To lessen this burden, SoFi’s head of financial planning, Brian Walsh, CFP, is here to help answer some of these questions.


Some questions and tips to Brian would discuss to help borrowers prepare now, include:

  • Work Study Opportunities For Current College Students.
  • Update Your Contact Information And Prepare For Your Bills.
  • Find The Best Plan For Your Income And Explore Other Federal Programs.
  • Restart Payments Early.
  • Consider Consolidating Loans And Explore Student Loan Refinancing.
  • Beware Of Repayment Or Financial Aid Scams.  
  • Will Auto-Debit Payments Restart After Payments Begin Again?
  • Will My Payment Amount Change After The Payment Pause Ends?  
  • How Do I Find Out What My Interest Payment Will Be After The 0% Interest Rate Ends?
  • My monthly student loan payment is too high – what can I do to lower it? 




Tuesday 09-05-23 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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6:35 State Representative Court Boice talks the improving fire situation, Hwy 199, and where our state politics are heading.

7:10 Community Researcher Ed “Mr. X” and today we dig into how the collaboratives are now attempting to profit from forest restoration…after removing the ability for the people to profit from the forests back in the timber war days.

 7:45 Josephine County Commissioner Baertschiger – What could the GP Mayoral Recall accomplish?

 8:15 Kevin Starrett with Oregon Firearms Federation – and we catch up on the M114 lawsuit fight for your gun rights, plus the Gun Owners of America foundation case in state court – also the importance of keeping both lawsuits well-funded. It’s not the politics…right now it’s Lawfare, baby.