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Defend the 2nd Amendment!

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Mr. X. and I are working on the 2nd Amendment supporting info package to more effectively comment to the state legislature, given the huge slate of anti-rights legislation loaded in the Salem cloaca. (email bill@billmeyershow.com and I’ll send it to you when ready) Also, there is a second A rally in Salem this Saturday 3/23 put on by Radian Weapons and Noveske Rifleworks, There are buses running from and back to the event from southern Oregon. Info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/230593757848132

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Bill’s Guests: Friday, March 22, 2019

6:35: Rick Manning, President of Americans for Limited Government joins the show to bring you the Weekly Swamp Update.

See more information over at: DailyTorch.com.

7:10: Greg Roberts, “Mr. Outdoors,” calls in to bring you the Friday, Water World Boat & Powersport, Outdoor Report, from RogueWeather.com.

7:35: Richard Marshall, from the Siskiyou Water Users Association, and Tom Mallams, Klamath County Commissioner talk with Bill today.

Today, we’ll be talking about a new Klamath Dams Project lawsuit. Read all about it right below:

“Court brief shows California and Oregon broke law with Klamath Dam removal plan.”


Bill’s Guests: Thursday, March 21, 2019

6:35: Melissa Henson, Program Director for the Parents Television Council kicks off our guest lineup today.

Melissa joins us today with an update on their struggle for a TV Ratings Reform. The reform would ensure that the parental guidelines are accurate, consistent, transparent and publicly accountable. The PTC, other pro-family leaders, and members of the public recently filed FCC comments on the matter; all but one of the 1700+ comments share how unreliable the TV ratings system is for families.

Naturally, the one that didn’t was from the entertainment industry (specifically, from the NAB, NCTA and MPAA), and the PTC predicted the industry’s response to keep the status quo perfectly here. But keeping the status quo will allow children to be exposed to more harmful adult content on TV

7:10: Luke Niforatas from Smart Approaches to Marijuana, (SAM), calls in today.

A landmark study published in the prestigious Lancet Psychiatry Journal finds that daily use of high potency marijuana is linked to greater rates of psychosis in Europe. According to the study, an estimated five in ten new cases of psychosis in Amsterdam and three in ten new cases in London are linked with high potency marijuana use.

“This study is groundbreaking,” said Dr. Kevin Sabet, president of Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM) and a former Obama Administration drug policy advisor. “It is the first to show how marijuana impacts population rates of psychosis – and it’s results are chilling. For years we have known that low potency marijuana was damaging to mental health. Now the scientific literature is catching up with the rapidly increasing THC potency we are seeing on the market today.”

Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM) is a nonpartisan, non-profit alliance of physicians, policy makers, prevention workers, treatment and recovery professionals, scientists, and other concerned citizens opposed to marijuana legalization who want health and scientific evidence to guide marijuana policies. SAM has affiliates in more than 30 states.

7:35: Jennifer Ausland of Copeland Landscape Supply in Grants Pass joins Bill in studio.

Today, we’re discussing the efforts to seize Copeland and other properties in order to build the new Grants Pass Water treatment plant.

Here’s a latest story on the issue from KOBI 5.

8:10: Kevin Starrett from the Oregon Firearms Federation chats with Bill today.

Gun bills are on the move in the State Legislature, and its now time to get busy pushing back.

See more over at: OregonFirearms.org.


Bill’s Guests: Wednesday, March 20, 2019

6:35: Eric Pratt, Exectutive Director of Gun Owners of America kicks off today’s guest lineup.

We’ll be talking with Eric today about how a week from now, President Trump’s bumpstock ban goes into effect. This is the President’s first gun control push, though even the Obama Administration decreed that bumpstocks were perfectly legal. Gun Owners of America has joined in on a lawsuit to hold off this ban.

Check out more over at: GunOwners.org.

7:10: Kim Wallan, State Representative from District 6 – Medford calls in for a Legislative session update.

7:35: Sgt. Julie Denney of the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office joins Bill in Studio for the Crime Stoppers Case of The Week.

Would you like to know more?

8:35: Jim Ludwick from Oregonians for Immigration Reform talks with Bill today.

The U.S. Supreme Court in a huge victory for American sovereignty and the Rule of Law ruled that the statute at issue clearly requires mandatory detention of specified criminal aliens, without bond, pending their removal. Let’s see some more common-sense rulings.

BREAKING NEWS: Supreme Court Limits Sanctuary Laws’ Effect

WASHINGTON – Today the United States Supreme Court issued its ruling in Nielsen v. Preap, in which criminal aliens claimed they were due bond hearings disallowed by Congress because immigration officials did not arrest them immediately after their release from state jails. The Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) had filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the case in support of the government.

Following IRLI’s reasoning, the Supreme Court held that the statute at issue clearly requires mandatory detention of specified criminal aliens, without bond, pending their removal – even if immigration officers did not arrest those aliens, as the statute also requires, “when released” from state custody. IRLI had also argued that reading the statute to exempt later-arrested criminal aliens from mandatory detention would give extra force to sanctuary laws, such as California’s, that leave federal officials in the dark about when criminal aliens will be released, allowing them to disappear into communities and evade arrest. The Court agreed with IRLI that Congress was most unlikely to have intended any such result.

“Sanctuary laws are the very reason many criminal aliens are not taken into detention right after they leave state custody,” explained Dale L. Wilcox, executive director and general counsel of IRLI. “It would be absurd if that delay gave them the further boon of being exempt from mandatory detention once they were caught. There is no way Congress intended to let jurisdictions leverage their unconstitutional sanctuary policies into yet further interference with immigration law enforcement.”

The case is Nielsen v. Preap, No. 16-1363 (Supreme Court).

For more details, see Fox New Report: Supreme Court hands Trump administration a victory in immigration battle.  https://www.foxnews.com/politics/trump-administration-notches-victory-in-immigration-battle-with-supreme-court-ruling.

You can read the Associated Press account here: https://www.seattletimes.com/nation-world/nation/supreme-court-rules-against-immigrants-in-detention-case/


Bill’s Guests: Tuesday, March 19, 2019

6:35: Eric Peters, automotive journalist and Libertarian car guy talks with Bill today.

Today we’ll be talking with Eric about ASS. What is that you ask? Simply, it’s the Automatic Start/Stop system, (ASS), that’s being put into many of today’s cars. Eric and Bill will discuss just what this is.

Why not read Eric’s article on ASS over at EPAutos.com?

“The Unintended Consequences of ASS”

Head over to EPAutos.com to get Eric’s reviews of the latest cars, trucks SUVs and bikes, and get a bit of conservative thought as pertains to the automotive industry too.

7:10: Greg Roberts, Mr. Outdoors himself from RogueWeather.com, calls in to bring to you the Tuesday, Water World Boat & Powersport, Outdoor Report.

7:35: Colleen Roberts, Jackson County Commissioner joins Bill, live in studio. We’ll talk with Colleen about the recent meeting of the National Association of Counties, and the wildfire/smoke work submitted by Jackson County.

8:10: Tom Clavin, author of the book: “Wild Bill: The True Story of the American Frontier’s First Gunfighter,” chats with Bill.

In the book Tom takes you into an in depth study of the man that many known as “Wild Bill” Hickok.

You can get your copy of the book over at Amazon, or at KirkusReviews.com. And, learn more about Tom at his website: TomClavin.com.

8:45: Kena Sampson and Courtney Dillard with Sparrow Clubs join Bill in studio.