The Recall Effort to Depose Governor Kate Brown is on. You can help. The Oregon GOP needs just over 280,050 signatures to force a special election in either late November, or early December. The deadline to get your petitions in is October 14th. There are three ways to get your petition to sign: 1: Go to: Stoptheabuse-recallkatebrown.org/petition.pdf 2: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 3: Call: 1-503-595-8881 RECALL KATE BROWN BECAUSE SHE’S A FELON? (the truth)
Bill’s Guests: Friday, August 2, 20196:35 Rick Manning, the President of Americans for Limited Government and this week’s DC Swamp News Update. www.DailyTorch.com 7:10 Greg Roberts from RogueWeather.com with today’s outdoor report/fires update! 7:35 Randall Barrett is in studio with his update on the recall Kate Brown activities! See below to find out where you can sign the petition to recall the Governor. Regular locations: Hawthorne Park, Medford, Growers Market 9am to 1pm Republican Party, 311 E Main, Medford, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10am to 4pm This week: Friday: Welburn’s Weapons, 6785 Crater Lake Hwy, Central Point, 3pm to 6pm Talent Artisan & Growers, Main & John, Old Town Park, 5:30pm to 8:30pm Saturday: Welburns Weapons, 6785 Crater Lake Hwy, Central Point, 9am to 1pm 3500 S Stage, Medford, 9 to Noon 8:10 Dr. Ed Berry from Bigfork, Montana, has a Ph.D. in theoretical physics with minor in atmospheric physics and math chats with Bill. edberry.com
Stand for climate truth.Ed Berry, Ph.D., Physics, CCM In the late 1960s, I traveled to South Africa. I saw children with their legs bound to purposely turn them into cripples for life, presumably so they would make money from donations. Today, I see children in America and other countries with their minds bound to purposely turn them into mental cripples for life, presumably so they will support votes for a political cause that in the end will destroy their own country. These children have suffered mind-warping child abuse. This abuse has caused them mental and physical harm. What is worse? A crippled leg or a crippled mind? Those born after about 1995 have been severely harmed. Their teachers, media, and government have programmed them from early ages to believe human CO2 is destroying their world. Their teachers have used fear to make them believe. Fear is known to be the most permanent way to program children’s minds to believe anything. Their teachers have molded these children into a climate alarmist cult that rejects true science. Once inside the cult, the children can no longer think for themselves. They become servants of the BORG that controls them. The young people that become climate alarmists have never been taught true science. For example, how many young people can understand the following simple science? Climate alarmists make four invalid claims:
- Human CO2 has caused all the increase in atmospheric CO2 above 280 ppm.
- Increased atmospheric CO2 causes global warming.
- Global warming causes bad stuff to happen.
- Therefore, human CO2 causes bad stuff to happen.
- Simple physics shows that human CO2 causes about 18 ppm of today’s 410 ppm level of atmospheric CO2, while natural CO2 causes 392 ppm. Human CO2 is insignificant to climate.
- By contrast, the IPCC claims that human CO2 causes 130 ppm of today’s 410 ppm, while natural CO2 causes 280 ppm.
- Edwin X Berry: Human CO2 Emissions Have Little Effect on Atmospheric CO2, published on July 4, 2019.
- Hermann Harde: What Humans Contribute to Atmospheric CO2: Comparison of Carbon Cycle Models with Observations, published on June 12, 2019.
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Bill’s Guests: Thursday, August 1, 20196:35 Eric Peters, Automotive Journalist and Libertarian car guy talks with Bill. It’s the Weekly Transportation Talk segment. Today we discuss challenges at Nissan, drop in car sales and why. Along with other transportation issues. Read this: People Aren’t Buying….Here’s Why And, don’t forget, you can get more great content, and read Eric’s reviews of the latest cars, trucks, SUVs and bikes, all over at: EPAutos.com 7:10 Ed, aka “Mr. X” our famed community activist and research grandmaster, joins Bill in studio. Today, we’re talking about more on the source of Fire/Smoke policy miseries that confronts Southern Oregon, and well, the rest of the state. Here are some documents and story to peruse from X’s vast reams of paper! http://fpf.forestry.oregonstate.edu/ http://fpf.forestry.oregonstate.edu/biblio/keyword/1 http://fpf.forestry.oregonstate.edu/forests-people-fire-integrating-sciences-build-capacity-%E2%80%9Call-lands%E2%80%9D-approach-forest-restoration http://fpf.forestry.oregonstate.edu/2014-stakeholder-workshops https://www.firescience.gov/projects/06-4-1-26/project/06-4-1-26_gtr_nrs104.pdf http://www.sustainablenorthwest.org/what-we-do/programs http://www.sustainablenorthwest.org/what-we-do/programs/forest http://www.sustainablenorthwest.org/blog/posts/pacific-northwest-forest-collaboratives-workshop http://www.sustainablenorthwest.org/blog/posts/landscape-scale-problems-require-landscape-scale-solutions But, why stop here? You can get more great information from Mr. X’s paper stack over at his website: MrXFiles.com 8:10 Jack Kerwick, Ph. D. in Philosophy with specializations in ethics, political philosophy and classical conservatism talks with Bill. Today, we’re talking with Jack about his article over at LewRockwell.com, Why the Left Will Continue To Win: Big Conservatism and The Failure To Fight Jack Kerwick received his doctoral degree in philosophy from Temple University. His area of specialization is ethics and political philosophy. He is a professor of philosophy at several colleges and universities in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Jack blogs at Beliefnet.com: At the Intersection of Faith & Culture. 8:45 Tom Cole in Studio from Kids Unlimited, promoting the Four Tops LIVE at the Kimmel Performance Arts Center 8/9. GA and preferred seating with early entry are on sale now, going fast. Get your tickets for these Motown legends and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers the Four Tops by visiting KUOREGON.org
Wednesday, July 31, 2019Bill is taking a vacation day today. He’ll be back, bright and early, tomorrow morning, Thursday, August 1, 2019 for Conspiracy Theory Thursday. Hugh Hewitt will be taking over for Bill today. Have a great day.
Bill’s Guests: Tuesday, July 30, 20196:20: Jay “The Bird” Reese, sports reporter extraordinaire brings you today’s Sports Report, live from Klamath Falls. 6:35 Mark Seligman, a Josephine County community activist talks with Bill regarding the Grants Pass Fire District creation issue in Jo County. 7:10 Tom Tancredo, former Congressman from Colorado chats with Bill this morning. Tancredo serves as Advisory Board Member for We Build The Wall. He was author of the famous Bush Era book called In Mortal Danger: The Battle for America’s Border and Security. BIO: Mr. Tancredo is an American politician from Colorado, who was elected to the Colorado House of Representatives in 1976 and resigned in his third term to accept a position in the Reagan Administration as the Regional Representative for the United States Department of Education and was reappointed by George H. W. Bush. He was then elected to the United States Congress representing the state’s sixth congressional district in the United States House of Representatives from 1999 to 2009 as a Republican. He ran for President of the United States during the 2008 election and was the Constitution Party’s nominee for Governor of Colorado in 2010 and received 617,030 votes (36.7%), coming in second place, well ahead of the Republican Party nominee, who got about 11% of the vote. Mr. Tancredo has been referred to as Congress’ most vociferous critic of current immigration policy. WEBSITE: webuildthewall.us The Supreme Court cleared the way for the Trump administration to tap billions of dollars in Pentagon funds to build sections of a border wall with Mexico. The court’s five conservative justices gave the administration the green light on Friday to begin work on four contracts it has awarded using Defense Department money. Funding for the projects had been frozen by lower courts while a lawsuit over the money proceeded. The court’s four liberal justices wouldn’t have allowed construction to start.–AP 7:35 Michael Cross, Lead Petitioner for FlushDownKateBrown.com talks with Bill today. Right now there are two petitions running out there to recall Governor Kate Brown. Michael runs one of them. We’ll tell you all about it. 8:10 Christina Martin, Attorney with the Pacific Legal Foundation’s Florida office in Palm Beach Gardens, talks with Bill. Christina also served as co-counsel and second chair before the U.S. Supreme Court in Knick v. Township of Scott. Today, we’ll talk with Christina about how Oregon profits from tax sales, keeping the profit when selling properties where owners couldn’t pay the taxes. The following op-ed written by Christina Martin was submitted to The Oregonian back in April of 2019. It’s about Oregon’s abusive tax foreclosure law. It’s all about what happens when an owner doesn’t pay or falls behind on paying their property taxes. As you mentioned, the local government can seize the property, sell it and keep every penny — no matter how small the debt or how large the profits. But as Christina writes below, there is a solution. Representative Ron Noble recently proposed a law to entitle former owners to the profits from the sale of their property. So far, the legislature has failed to move Noble’s bill, let alone give it a public hearing. The Oregonian did accept it until they found out the bill (HB3199) hit a dead end in the revenue committee, which never even scheduled it for a hearing. Christina co-authored this with Mary Starrett, vice chair of the Yamhill County Commission.
Legislature should end the legalized plunder of Oregon’s foreclosure lawBy Christina Martin and Mary Starrett Many of Oregon’s political leaders take pride in what they see as the state’s progressive reputation. They’d have us believe they’re protecting the vulnerable and struggling citizens of Oregon against abuse by the powerful. But while Oregon’s progressive leaders are patting themselves on the back, they might stop to consider why their state is so eager to enrich local governments by seizing the homes and devouring the life savings of the most vulnerable property owners. According to state law, when an owner falls behind on paying their property taxes for too long, the local government can seize the property, sell it and keep every penny — no matter how small the debt or how large the profits. That’s what happened to Allen Reinmiller of Aurora. When Reinmiller failed to pay his property taxes, Marion County officials seized his entire property as payment for a $14,216 in penalties, back taxes, interest and costs. County officials then sold the property for $167,000, without returning the profits exceeding his debt to Reinmiller — a $152,784 windfall for the government. It was a great deal for the county government, but not so much for Reinmiller, who had paid taxes on the land for more 20 years before he lost all his equity. In the end, the county took everything. Sound outrageous? It is — and it’s legal in supposedly “progressive” Oregon. It’s easy to envision how this practice creates a perverse incentive for government officials to foreclose on citizens’ property, since it’s a relatively easy way for cash-strapped local governments to boost revenue. Unfortunately, someone is paying the cost, as such laws disproportionately hurt the financially distressed, the elderly (who are far more likely to own their property without a mortgage) and the sick (often people who struggle with dementia or have been hit with severe medical problems that leave them struggling financially or mentally). Oregon’s abusive tax delinquency policy is in stark contrast to how property owners are treated in neighboring states like California, Washington, and Idaho. In those states, it’s also legal to seize and sell property if the owners don’t pay their taxes. However, once the debt is covered, governments are required to refund the excess proceeds to the former owner. There is nothing “progressive” about Oregon’s tax foreclosure law. It’s little more than legalized plunder. In fact, many courts around the country have already recognized that similar laws violate the U.S. Constitution’s mandate that government pay just compensation when it takes private property for a public use. Oregon’s legislature could easily remedy this problem. Representative Ron Noble recently proposed a law to entitle former owners to the profits from the sale of their property. So far, the legislature has failed to move Noble’s bill, let alone give it a public hearing. Predictably, many county officials have protested Noble’s proposed fix, arguing that state law gives property owners adequate time to catch up on their debts or sell the property. While it is true the law gives Oregonians several years to save their property, that long grace period does not remedy the law’s fundamental problem of allowing government to seize more than it is owed in taxes, penalties, interest and costs. Moreover, it’s hard to escape the conclusion that these officials are simply trying to protect a cozy racket that brings much-needed revenue into the county treasury. So what if a few vulnerable citizens are left destitute, right? The counties are on the wrong side of this issue, and they would be wise to fix the law while they can to avoid huge financial liability. Officials are only a court decision away from being required to pay back that which they unjustly took from the vulnerable. While one federal trial court rejected such arguments in Reinmiller’s case several years ago, the issue is anything but settled. The U.S. Supreme Court has never decided the issue, though there are plenty of cases outside Oregon that could make it before the country’s highest court in the near future. Such cases, like that of Uri Rafaeli of Michigan, who lost a house because he accidentally underpaid his property taxes by $8.41, underscore the absurdity and injustice of any law that lets the government take more than it is owed. If Oregon is truly committed to the cause of progress, it’s time for state legislators to put an end to these crooked foreclosure practices, once and for all. Christina Martin is an attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation who is representing Uri Rafaeli and other clients in lawsuits challenging the unjust and unconstitutional taking of their equity. Mary Starrett is vice chair of the Yamhill County Commission. At her request, Representative Noble sponsored legislation to end Oregon’s unconstitutional taking of equity. 8:35 Oregon Wine Experience 8:45 Brad from Titan Heating and Air joins Bill in studio for today’s edition of “Whose Business Is It Anyway?”
Bill’s Guests: Monday, July 29, 20196:35 Allen Salkin co-author of the book, THE METHOD TO THE MADNESS: Donald Trump’s Ascent as Told by Those Who Were Hired, Fired, Inspired – and Inaugurated. talks with Bill today. Aaron Short is co-author with Allen. SITES OF INTEREST: CNN: https://www.cnn.com/videos/business/2019/07/07/new-book-says-there-is-a-method-to-trumps-madness.cnn Aaron WEBSITE: www.aaronshortstory.com Allen WEBSITE: allensalkin.com/bio All Points Books / St. Martin’s Press: https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781250202802 Publishers Weekly: https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-25-020280-2 7:10 Greg Roberts, Mr. Outdoors from RogueWeather.com, calls in to bring you the Monday Outdoor Report. 8:10 Dr. Dennis Powers, drops by the studio for this week’s edition of “What Made Southern Oregon Great!” See more from Dr. Powers over at his website: DennisPowersBooks.com