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Friday 02-02-24 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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6:35 Rick Manning President of Americans for Limited Government.

On today’s DC Swamp Update – the battle between the two GOP parties, really. The side that wants Trump and the disruption of the status quo, and the status quo part of the party led by Nikki Haley:



7:10 Kevin Starrett at Oregon Firearms Federation –


Several anti-gun bills about to drop in the legislature session:


Hot on the heels of HB 4096, which we warned you about yesterday, we now have SB 1503.”The Act makes a task force to stop gun violence and suicide.” 


Because a “task force” created by far left freedom haters is going to stop gun violence and stuff. And lo and behold, guess who gets to cash in?


Our old friends at the Oregon Health Authority, those good folks who didn’t bring you the report they created that contradicted what their overlords in the Democrat junta wanted them to say.

Read both of the alerts HERE:


7:35 Josephine County Commissioner Herman Baertschiger with analysis of the OR State Supreme Court decision affirming Measure 113 and what’s next as numerous Republican senators will not be ALLOWED to run for re-election.

       8:10 Michael Letts is the Founder, President, and CEO of InVest USA,  a national grassroots non-profit organization that is helping hundreds of communities provide thousands of bulletproof vests for their police forces through educational, public relations, sponsorship, and fundraising programs. He also has over 30 years of law enforcement experience under his belt, hence his pro-police stance for his brothers and sisters in blue. Today Michael and I discuss the illegal aliens kicking the daylights out of the NYPD, flipping off the cameras. Also discussing the need for a culture change to reverse the total anti-police nature in the country.



Thursday 02-01-24 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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6:35 Eric Peters, Auto Journalist at with a great talk on cars, reviews, politics, and oh boy are the EV sales tanking even in California. More at


7:35 State Senator Dennis Linthicum and today a talk on how the REAL fight is for TRUTH in our lives.


8:10 Col. Ret. John Mills More on Col. Mills:

Colonel (Ret.) John Mills is a national security professional with service in five eras: Cold War, Peace Dividend, War on Terror, World in Chaos – and now, Great Power Showdown and the fight to save our Republic. He is the former Director of Cybersecurity Policy, Strategy, and International Affairs at the Department of Defense. John is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Security Policy.



China Uses its Proxies to Kill Americans in the Middle East

By Colonel (Ret.) John Mills, Author of War Against the Deep State


The Trump Doctrine removed the isolated Special Operation base camps. Biden immediately re-opened these camps.


The danger of forever wars with exposed, isolated base camps is revealed in the Iranian drone attack on the American base camp in the top right corner of Jordan. The Biden Doctrine of “Proportionality” and “Degrading, not destroying who shoot at Americans” is absurd. This is a green light to attack and kill Americans. The strategy is for China and Iran to use their proxies to push the West out of the Middle East and Eastern Med. This will be the new left boundary marker for the Chinese Sphere of Influence. [more…]

8:35 Lisa McClease Kelly from Kelly Automotive in Grants Pass and Medford. Free wiper blades up to $35 value when you donate at least 40 oz. of Nut Butters and 10 oz. of Jelly or jam in their annual WIPE OUT HUNGER event for our area Food Pantries.

8:45 Karen Spoonts – Jackson County Republican Party promoting the February 10th Lincoln Day Dinner at the Country Club with Keynote Speaker Eric Metaxas!  All the Details at




Monday 01-29-24 Bill Meyer Show Guest Information

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6:35 We Talk RIGHT TO WORK with Mark Mix, is President of the National Right to Work Committee which is a 2.8-million-member public policy organization. He also serves as President of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation.
UAW President says the majority of their members will not vote for Biden but will vote for an economy that works

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Mark became President of the Committee and Foundation in 2003. Under the leadership of Mr. Mix, the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation has continued to provide unparalleled free legal assistance to workers and has utilized cutting-edge legal strategies to protect workers from the abuses of compulsory unionism.




7:10 Greg Roberts, and today’s outdoor report


7:35 Kevin Starrett at Oregon Firearms Federation Today Kevin and I discuss everything from a Canby public school coach who resigns rather than let boys play on girl teams to a concern that we’re seeing more politicized prosecutions in southern Oregon. One example we discuss is the Central Point Skate Park shooter ends up shooting a drug buyer multiple times, he lives, and the system cops a plea with the shooter for 3 years probation. Contrast that with the much harsher treatment of a Medford man at the George Floyd protests in 2020. (He was yelling “All Lives Matter” as a counter to the BLM protests) Anyhow the man was surrounded, felt afraid, pulled a firearm, DIDN’T SHOOT anyone, but he ended up pleading to a felony, and 5 years probation. His wife was fired from Asante due to the association. In my opinion a LOT of politics was thrown at him.

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

Steffanie Leigh: From Here to Broadway

By Dennis Powers


Born in Talent in 1987, Steffi Garrard (now known professionally as Steffanie Leigh) was drawn to the theater at a young age. She started her climb with voice coaches and pointing toward musical theatre while at Ashland High School (“AHS”). “Steffanie Garrard was a household name at Ashland High School by the time she graduated in 2005,” as the Rogue News ran later. “Steffi, as she is called, performed in 12 plays with the AHS Theatre Department before moving on. Over the course of her 4 years at AHS, she played Marian in “The Music Man,” Elisa in “The Sound of Music,” Abigail in “The Crucible,” Mame in “Mame,” and Hope Harcourt in “Anything Goes.” At age 23, she is now playing Mary Poppins in the Broadway Theatre production in New York City in October 2011.” What more can be said…


After graduation she headed to Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting and musical theater. In her freshman year (2006), she auditioned for summer stock at the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera. With each show running for one to two weeks, she worked with the musical groups in “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast,” “42nd Street,” and “Grease.” In 2008, she was in “Annie get your Gun,” “Mame,” and “West Side Story.”


After graduation, she actually worked as a nanny in New York City and was then chosen to play Mary Poppins in Disney’s first North American musical tour. The original 1964 film won numerous Oscars, including one for Julie Andrews for Best Actress. Forty years later in 2004, Disney Theatrical produced the “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” stage adaptation, and the show has played in countless cities since with four productions now running on three continents.


While on the Disney city-tour, Steffanie was asked in 2011 to audition in New York for the same role on Broadway to replace Oliver Award winner Laura Michelle Kelly in October. She did and was selected, as the national press jumped on this. This title-role on Broadway continued until 2013, when Steffanie headed into other areas.

She went on to originate the Broadway roles of Liane d’Exelmans in “Gigi” and the iconic supermodel Dorian Leigh (one of the world’s first supermodels) in the musical “War Paint.” Her international and regional credits include “Venus in Fur” in Singapore, “Gods of Comedy” at The Old Globe (London), and “Passion,” for which she received a Helen Hayes Award nomination. Her television casting is seen in “The Blacklist” (2013), “Blindspot” (2015), and “Seaside” (2018), among other credits.

In late 2023, she was with “Disney’s Princess: the Concert” as a “star” headliner for three months overseas and then returned here for the Christmas Holidays. This production included songs from 13 Disney-film princesses (i.e., Cinderella, Snow White, Pocahontas, Mulan, and others.) This tour of countries was from Australia to the Philippines and Singapore.


She was the featured vocalist in a fundraiser for Ashland’s Ukrainian “sister city” Sviatohirsk, the Rogue Valley Symphony’s mid-December “pops” Christmas concert at the Angus Bowmer Theatre, and more. Heading back to New York City, she reached for the Broadway stars and is only in her mid-thirties. We can only speculate as to what else will be in her storied future.


Source: Ashland High School, “Steffie Garrard: AHS Grad on Broadway,” Rogue News, June 2, 2011; see her website at; and Google “Steffanie Leigh, Broadway.”