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Listen to the Bill Meyer Show, weekdays 6am-9am.  With National news from Fox News Radio, and local news from NBC 5.

The Bill Meyer Show 6am-9am

Join Bill Meyer each weekday for LIVE Local Talk on southern Oregon's AM-1440 KMED, and streamed on

Episodes Archive

Download 05-21-18_MON_6AM  05-21-2018 (14.25 MB)


  • Morning news and opinion, later in the hour, conflict resolution expert Dr. Joshua Estrin, and we discuss the Texas school shooting from Friday.

Download 05-21-18_MON_8AM  05-21-2018 (14.89 MB)


  • Dr. Powers "Visiting Past and Present" and the history of Boatnik, we dig through the other DC swamp news, too.

Download 05-21-18_MON_7AM  05-21-2018 (16.15 MB)


  • Outdoor report with Greg Roberts, then a discussion of the CTE program at Cascade Christian High with Jered Gritters, some open phones

Download 05-18-18_FRI_7AM  05-18-2018 (16.76 MB)


  • Outdoor Report with Greg Roberts, Norbert Richter, Founder,, open phones

Download 05-18-18_FRI_8AM  05-18-2018 (14.12 MB)


  • Mr. X and I discuss the enviro lawsuit against Medford's sewer treatment plant, Hilton Landscaping folks in studio, too!

Download 05-18-18_FRI_6AM  05-18-2018 (15.34 MB)


  • News of the day and open phones, Rick Manning, Americans for Limited government talks the immigration fight, need to call the white house and Cong. Walden

Download 05-17-18_THU_6AM  05-17-2018 (13.2 MB)


  • Open phones start, the Sheriff Richard Mack from the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officer Association,, and responds to a hit piece on constitutional sheriffs in the New Yorker Magazine

Download 05-17-18_THU_7AM  05-17-2018 (15.54 MB)


  • Curry County Commissioner Court Boice talks about the upcoming Sat 5/26 Curry Burn Timber Salvage Rally (I emcee and speak there, too) RVTD meeting talk, open phones.

Download 05-17-18_THU_8AM  05-17-2018 (14.06 MB)


  • Capt William E. Simpson talks with me on wildfire, wild horse that could halp, and how a USFS ecologist is coming here 5/30 and 31, and could be part of the problem. Airport Chevy teaming up with Rogue Valley Veterans and Community Outreach (RVVCO)

Download 05-16-18_WED_7AM  05-16-2018 (15.4 MB)


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Download 05-16-18_WED_8AM  05-16-2018 (18.54 MB)


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Download 05-15-18_TUE_6AM  05-15-2018 (14.74 MB)


  • Morning news and stories start, Volcanologist and geologist Dr. Peter Ward talks Kilauea flows, will we see that here? Climate change referencing volcano activity in his very good book What Really Causes Global Warming, Greenhouse Gases or Ozone Depletion

Download 05-15-18_TUE_7AM  05-15-2018 (15.99 MB)


  • Gubernatorial candidate Greg Wooldridge talks the last minute campaign push, open phones follow.

Download 05-15-18_TUE_8AM  05-15-2018 (14.4 MB)


  • Open phones, later, David West, director emeritus of Native American Studies at SOU discusses the upcoming Rogue Valley Pow Wow June 2nd and 3rd.

Download 05-14-18_MON_8AM  05-14-2018 (14.98 MB)


  • Dr. Powers and today's history profile of Callahan's lodge, Ward 3 Medford City Councilman Kevin Stine talks the livability team, chicken laws and other issues.

Download 05-14-18_MON_6AM  05-14-2018 (13.78 MB)


  • Mornings news and stories of the day, later it's Eric Peters, automotive journalist at, the Tesla toasting of two teenagers is NOT getting coverage, other auto news.

Download 05-14-18_MON_7AM  05-14-2018 (16.99 MB)


  • Greg Roberts and the Outdoor Report, the crack researcher Mr. X, Ed and I discuss the need for strategic voting in this primary and beyond.

Download 05-11-18_FRI_6AM  05-11-2018 (13.78 MB)


  • Open phones and stories of the day, then Matt Whitworth joins me, director of THE SWAMP docuseries. a must-see at

Download 05-11-18_FRI_8AM  05-11-2018 (14.1 MB)


  • Doug Phillips discusses an effort to implement a meals tax on jacksonville restaurants in order to pay for public safety costs. Open phones, Mike G. from Britt brings good news - ticket sales are on TODAY for the public.

Download 05-11-18_FRI_7AM  05-11-2018 (14.45 MB)


  • Outdoor Report with Greg Roberts, Jim Rafferty critiques the Grants Pass SD7 138.7 million dollar school bond.

Download 05-10-18_THU_6AM  05-10-2018 (14.01 MB)


  • Open phones start, later Dr. Merrill Matthews - the best job training is ON the job training.

Download 05-10-18_THU_7AM  05-10-2018 (15.88 MB)


  • Open phones then Kevin Starrett discusses where you can legally carry concealed.

Download 05-10-18_THU_8AM  05-10-2018 (15.58 MB)


  • Middle Eastern breakdown with Brigette Gabriel, president of, and the folks from ACCESS are hoping you'll Stamp Out Hunger this Saturday...leave food donations at your mailbox.

Download 05-09-18_WED_7AM  05-09-2018 (13.41 MB)


  • I talk with Mark Roberts, independent conservative running for, Crimestoppers and more

Download 05-09-18_WED_8AM  05-09-2018 (13.65 MB)


  • Gary Lake, former Karuk and Shasta council member talks with Bill about the Ruffy Rancheria...why is it getting fast-tracked? Open phones, some Iran thoughts.

Download 05-09-18_WED_6AM  05-09-2018 (12.63 MB)


  • Open phones, JVille meal tax, dangerous RR crossing in Merlin, but unwanted sidewalks get money? Steve Hyden talks his new book Twilight of the Gods...what happens when all the classic rockers are gone?

Download 05-08-18_TUE_8AM  05-08-2018 (12.68 MB)


  • Rep. Sal Esquivel - Special session coming, will the GOP help Gov. Brown with HER tax cut? Business interview and talk with Andrew Pratt, GM at Morrisons Rogue River Lodge - GREAT food, mother's day brunch available, too.

Download 05-08-18_TUE_6AM  05-08-2018 (13.69 MB)


  • Open phones, the election reality facing us, later Natalia Castro from, Americans for Limited Government, talks the Stand for the 2nd Amendment Day.

Download 05-08-18_TUE_7AM  05-08-2018 (14.7 MB)


  • Guests are Medford 549C's board member Michael Campbell, John Underwood from Timber Products, and Russ Batzer of Batzer Construction - the Career and Tech Bond for 549C, what do you think?

Download 05-03-18_THU_6AM  05-07-2018 (15.71 MB)


  • Open phones, and then Kevin Stine, democratic primary candidate for State Senate District 3.

Download 05-03-18_THU_8AM  05-07-2018 (13.63 MB)


  • My guest is Hilarie Gamm – High Tech expert, author of Billions Lost: The American Tech Crisis and The Road Map to Change, We check in with RCC Veterans Services, too.

Download 05-07-18_MON_6AM  05-07-2018 (13.67 MB)


  • Open phone and stories start, later I talk with Mark Hancock, CEO of Trail Life USA, Trail Life is a faith-based alternative to the Boy Scouts, and breaks down the BSA issue.

Download 05-07-18_MON_7AM  05-07-2018 (18.68 MB)


  • Outdoor report, later it's State Senate District 3 GOP primary candidate Jessica Gomez.

Download 05-03-18_THU_7AM  05-07-2018 (15.37 MB)


  • Bill Froelich, candidate for Jackson County Sheriff, Crimestoppers, too.

Download 05-07-18_MON_8AM  05-07-2018 (13.79 MB)


  • Dr. Powers visiting Past and Present, profiling local history, later it's Mark Hutto from J. Austin, more on the ins and outs of crypto and alternative currencies.

Download 05-02-18_WED_8AM  05-02-2018 (17.75 MB)


  • Kevin Husted critiques the Medford Bond measure, Congressman Walden in studio talking issues.

Download 05-02-18_WED_7AM  05-02-2018 (16.71 MB)


  • SD3 GOP candidate Curt Ankerberg talks the race, Crimestoppers with Sgt. Denny, some open phones, too.

Download 05-02-18_WED_6AM  05-02-2018 (15.02 MB)


  • Open phones for the hour

Download 05-01-18_TUE_6AM  05-01-2018 (14.68 MB)


  • Open phones start, then Peter J. Ferrara Senior Fellow at the Goodman Center for Public Policy - You work at minimum wage? Peter says your family WILL be above the poverty line.

Download 05-01-18_TUE_7AM  05-01-2018 (16.66 MB)


  • Open phones then later Kevin Starrett at Oregon Firearms federation - a breakdown of the governor candidate's ratings..

Download 05-01-18_TUE_8AM  05-01-2018 (13.23 MB)


  • Open phones, the latest on the Merlin sidewalk controversy with Bill Hunker, and a business segment with Brent and Randal from Advanced Air. Big rebate time, and they're hiring!

Download 04-30-18_MON_7AM  04-30-2018 (15.67 MB)


  • Outdoor report with Greg Roberts, gubernatorial candidate Capt. Greg Wooldridge talks the issues.

Download 04-30-18_MON_6AM  04-30-2018 (15.82 MB)


  • Open phones and stories start, then Rick Manning from Americans for Limited Government - swamp update time.

Download 04-30-18_MON_8AM  04-30-2018 (15.47 MB)


  • Dr. Powers history profile of Christopher Briscoe. We dig into economics and election talk, too.

Download 04-27-18_FRI_6AM  04-27-2018 (16.24 MB)


  • Open phones start, later Raheel Raza - Clarion Project Advisory Board member, a founding member of the Muslim Reformer Movement, - the fight to stop radicalization of American youth is on.

Download 04-27-18_FRI_7AM  04-27-2018 (16.69 MB)


  • Outdoor report with Greg Roberts, and we talk the 747 tanker story, there a connection with other firefighting tankers being cut? Open phones, Stephen Mayer from BBB talks employment scams.

Download 04-27-18_FRI_8AM  04-27-2018 (16.35 MB)


  • Kirk Kolb, superintendent of GP School District 7 talks the 138 million dollar school bond, open phones follow.

Download 04-26-18_THU_6AM  04-26-2018 (20.42 MB)


  • Open phones start, then Gregory Wrightstone, author of Inconvenient Facts, the Science that Al Gore doesn't want you to know.

Download 04-26-18_THU_8AM  04-26-2018 (18.71 MB)


  • It's time for a Come to Jesus moment regarding the Oregon gubernatorial race for the GOP. I give my take on why the delusional talk needs to end NOW, along with your calls.

Download 04-26-18_THU_7AM  04-26-2018 (20.25 MB)


  • It's Conspiracy Theory Thursday, the biggest one of all, 9/11. My guest is Ramesh Arunachalam, author of the newly released book, 9/11: The Unanswered Questions. Open phones follow

Download 04-25-18_WED_6AM  04-25-2018 (15.27 MB)


  • Open phones and stories, later it's Dave Ray, communications director at, the DACA ruling and more.

Download 04-25-18_WED_7AM  04-25-2018 (17.04 MB)


  • GOP gubernatorial candidate Knute Buehler joins the show, answers questions on the issues. Lt. Curtis with Crimestoppers, too.

Download 04-25-18_WED_8AM  04-25-2018 (13.63 MB)


  • Could Jo County become a sanctuary county for firearms? Joseph Rice talks withi me about his submitted ordinance to the BoC. Kevin and Tony promote the Homeless to Hopeful Superhero run Saturday, for Hearts with a Mission.

Download 04-24-18_TUE_6AM  04-24-2018 (15.26 MB)


  • Morning stories, later Mary Price with, Families against Mandatory Minimums - advocates for the early compassionate release of older, sicker inmates.

Download 04-24-18_TUE_7AM  04-24-2018 (14.77 MB)


  • Is the War on Opioids a War on Pain Patients? Bill thinks so, and we discuss the issue for the hour

Download 04-24-18_TUE_8AM  04-24-2018 (12.35 MB)


  • Tom Harris, Executive Director of the International Climate Science Coalition - Earth Day reax, Trump being dragged back to the Paris Accord? Then Mr. X breaks down the street fee increase. How can we make sure it doesn't backstop GREEN agenda moves?

Download 04-23-18_MON_8AM  04-23-2018 (16.78 MB)


  • Dr. Powers profiles local history on Visiting Past and Present, Charisse joins me from No Wires Media for a business interview, big savings on your wireless needs.

Download 04-23-18_MON_6AM  04-23-2018 (18.81 MB)


  • Open phones, Rick Manning with Americans for Limited Government talks the Dem lawsuit, other DC news, Retired Brig. General Anthony Tata - new novel, we talk some of Syria, too.

Download 04-23-18_MON_7AM  04-23-2018 (19.52 MB)


  • Outdoor report with Greg Roberts, Corey Crebbin joins me later. City wants to raise street fees for maintaining the infrastructure. We talk about what's needed, why.

Download 04-20-18_FRI_6AM  04-20-2018 (18.61 MB)


  • Open phones and stories of the day to start, later climate scientist Dr. Tim Ball. It's earth day weekend, and the good Doctor believes there's been much deception regarding climate change issues.

Download 04-20-18_FRI_7AM  04-20-2018 (20.16 MB)


  • Greg Roberts and Bill have the outdoor report, weather changes, other subjects, Lou Ogden joins the show, candidate for Bureau of Labor and Industry commissioner.

Download 04-20-18_FRI_8AM  04-20-2018 (18 MB)


  • Former gubernatorial candidate Allen Alley discusses a play he saw in Portland, the Book of Mormon, wonders if this humorous musical could have been made about other religions? Business interview - Grand opening of Storage at Exit 24!

Download 04-19-18_THU_6AM  04-19-2018 (19.43 MB)


  • Open phones for the hour

Download 04-19-18_THU_7AM  04-19-2018 (19.46 MB)


  • Open phones first, later it's automotive journalist Eric Peters from, the smart parking meters, fed and big Corn want higher octane gas, and some reviews are in order.

Download 04-19-18_THU_8AM  04-19-2018 (18.38 MB)


  • Todd A. McNutt, privacy activist, and we discuss why Real ID must be fought, and he's started a movement to make it an issue in gubernatorial elections in the U.S., Later a business interview with the co-owner of Ez-Sleep Mattress in Central Point and GP

Download 04-18-18_WED_8AM  04-18-2018 (18.27 MB)


  • Dr. Marilyn Singleton, the push for single payer healthcare means rationing, more early death, later Terry Baker, City of Phoenix council - The Road Diet is ROLLED BACK!

Download 04-18-18_WED_7AM  04-18-2018 (20.72 MB)


  • Open phones and issues, Lt. Ivens with Crimestoppers

Download 04-18-18_WED_6AM  04-18-2018 (18.28 MB)


  • Open phones, later conservative activist and concerned parent Elizabeth Johnston - and - Monday a school walkout coming over smutty sex ed pushed on the kids, no or little parental say.

Download 04-17-18_TUE_7AM  04-17-2018 (19.09 MB)


  • Curry County Commissioner Court Boice talks the issues in his run for Congress against Peter DeFazio. State Rep. Sal Esquivel talks where the waste was in the last session.

Download 04-17-18_TUE_6AM  04-17-2018 (17.66 MB)


  • Open phones and stories of the mornig, later a great talk with Dan Gainor, VP of Business and Culture at Media Research Center. They conducted a study now out detailing censoring of conservative thought in social media.

Download 04-17-18_TUE_8AM  04-17-2018 (18.93 MB)


  • Facebook keeps Oregon Firearms Federation from posting their candidates survey...Kevin Starret and I discuss. Open phones follow.

Download 04-16-18_MON_8AM  04-16-2018 (19.21 MB)


  • Dr. Powers history segment on the Shasta Valley Stone Circles, and we break down the day's news, too.

Download 04-16-18_MON_6AM  04-16-2018 (18.23 MB)


  • Syria, TPP, Trump, Swamp Update with Richard Manning of Americans for Limited Government and other news.

Download 04-16-18_MON_7AM  04-16-2018 (19.2 MB)


  • Outdoor Report with Greg Roberts, later a talk with Texas nationalist Daniel Miller – Texit: Why and How Texas Will Leave the Union.

Download 04-13-18_FRI_6AM  04-13-2018 (15.31 MB)


  • Open phones and news start, later James Rafferty joins the show to talk the issues...he's running for Josephine County Commission, Position 1.

Download 04-13-18_FRI_7AM  04-13-2018 (16.08 MB)


  • Outdoor Report with Greg Roberts, we dig into homeless issues and H.O.P.E. housing with the Salvation Army's Major Jason Koenig

Download 04-13-18_FRI_8AM  04-13-2018 (14.61 MB)


  • Open phones for the hour

Download 04-12-18_THU_8AM  04-12-2018 (14.64 MB)


  • Professor John Hendrickson, an economist, talks with Bill regarding climate change and how the economic costs must be considered. His new book The Big Picture, The Science, Politics, and Economics of Climate Change. Open phones follow

Download 04-12-18_THU_7AM  04-12-2018 (15.6 MB)


  • Open phones for Conspiracy Theory Thursday

Download 04-12-18_THU_6AM  04-12-2018 (15.33 MB)


  • Morning news, the RCC Writing 122 controversy re race, Dr. John Zmirak from, the fate of Christians in Syria with gathering storm clouds of war.

Download 04-11-18_WED_8AM  04-11-2018 (15.19 MB)


  • Open phones for the hour.

Download 04-11-18_WED_6AM  04-11-2018 (14.9 MB)


  • Open phones for the hour

Download 04-11-18_WED_7AM  04-11-2018 (16.2 MB)


  • Bill talks with Leonard Krug from Brookings, who is raising awareness and fighting a push to have the wild steelhead fishery only allowed as catch and release. Jackson County Sheriff Nate Sickler discusses the need for additional or new jail space.

Download 04-10-18_TUE_7AM  04-10-2018 (14.36 MB)


  • Gary Lake, former Karuk and Shasta council member talks with Bill about the Ruffy Rancheria, what this it a grab for resources?

Download 04-10-18_TUE_6AM  04-10-2018 (15.03 MB)


  • Open phones and stories. It's Equal Pay Day, and a rep from the AAUW discusses their study on male/female pay rates.

Download 04-10-18_TUE_8AM  04-10-2018 (16.74 MB)


  • Medford City Councilman Clay Bearnson talks the homeless problem and other issues, open phones follow

Download 04-09-18_MON_6AM  04-09-2018 (15.97 MB)


  • Morning news and stories and open phones for the hour.

Download 04-09-18_MON_8AM  04-09-2018 (15.76 MB)


  • Dr. Powers history profile, and news conversation. Megan Flowers from the animal rescue farm Sanctuary week is Volunteer week, and they're looking for your help to clean up from winter.

Download 04-09-18_MON_7AM  04-09-2018 (17.32 MB)


  • Outdoor report with Greg Roberts, GOP gubernatorial candidate Sam Carpenter joins the show, talks issues, takes listener calls.

Download 04-05-18_THU_6AM  04-05-2018 (17.17 MB)


  • Conspiracy Theory Thursday, morning stories and news, later I talk with Tim Winter, president of the Parents Tv Council, Netflix show 13 Reasons Why, promoting teen suicide? We dig into it.

Download 04-05-18_THU_7AM  04-05-2018 (13.67 MB)


  • My guest is Tom DeWeese, founder of the American Policy Center, Today we have the American Planning Associaion, and the Oregon Chapter of same, in our sights. Planners here destroying liberty and property rights.

Download 04-05-18_THU_8AM  04-05-2018 (14.88 MB)


  • Open phones for Conspiracy Theory Thursday!

Download 04-04-18_WED_6AM  04-04-2018 (15.5 MB)


  • Stories and open phones, later a talk with Chris Chmilenski from NumbersUSA re military on the border, and the migrants headed north from Central America, and the Pressident's response.

Download 04-04-18_WED_7AM  04-04-2018 (17.25 MB)


  • Kevin Starrett with Oregon Firearms Federation - now there are 2 gun measures coming at you. Lt. Kerry Curtis with Crimestoppers, too.

Download 04-04-18_WED_8AM  04-04-2018 (14.59 MB)


  • I interview Greg Roberts, who is a neighbor of the man accused in last week's officer involved shooting on Garfield Street. Interesting back story here...

Download 04-03-18_TUE_7AM  04-03-2018 (18.27 MB)


  • State Senate District 3 GOP candidate Curt Ankerberg talks the issues, open phones follow.

Download 04-03-18_TUE_8AM  04-03-2018 (13.74 MB)


  • Marisa Maleck, attorney specializing in the FDA joins us. She's a former law clerk for Justice Clarence Thomas, and a contributor to the Federalist Society's Regulatory Transparency Project. Brett is here from Advanced Air, the rebates are ON~!

Download 04-03-18_TUE_6AM  04-03-2018 (13.97 MB)


  • Joe Gomez joins me from Federation For American Immigration Reform. He's reporting all this week from the S. California border and mexico, toxic waste, mutant ducks and more, open phones follow.

Download 04-02-18_MON_6AM  04-02-2018 (14.8 MB)


  • Morning news and stories, later Matt Whitworth joins me, and he's self-funded a series of documentary shows named THE SWAMP. They follow 4 members of the Freedom Caucus, and you see the DC sausage being made. It's not pretty.

Download 04-02-18_MON_7AM  04-02-2018 (16.8 MB)


  • Outdoor report with Greg Roberts, open phones follow

Download 04-02-18_MON_8AM  04-02-2018 (14.83 MB)


  • Dr. Powers profiles southern Oregon's John Day in our history segment, and Capt. Bill Simpson responds to critics of the push to save the Klamtah Dams.

Download 03-30-18_FRI_6AM  03-30-2018 (15.69 MB)


  • Morning stories and news, then a great talk with Eric Peters at about the move to repeal or relax CAFE fuel standards, and other automotive news.

Download 03-30-18_FRI_7AM  03-30-2018 (17.53 MB)


  • Outdoor report with Greg Roberts, Mark Ciardi, Executive Producer of the upcoming film Chappaquiddick, open phones, too

Download 03-30-18_FRI_8AM  03-30-2018 (18.43 MB)


  • Open phones start, then Congressman Greg Walden in studio on the DC news and issues.

Download 03-29-18_THU_8AM  03-29-2018 (14.39 MB)


  • Dr. Peter Ward talks with me of the upcoming climate change paper from Trump's scientists, and he probably won't like the conclusions. Dr. Ward is author of What Really Causes Global Warming? Greenhouse Gases or Ozone Depletion - open phones follow

Download 03-29-18_THU_6AM  03-29-2018 (14.63 MB)


  • Open phones and news start, later we check in with the BBB's Stephen Mayer on avoiding home repair ripoffs

Download 03-29-18_THU_7AM  03-29-2018 (16.59 MB)


  • March is the 45th Anniversay of Pink Floyd's legendary LP Dark Side of the Moon. Journalis Bill Kopp and I discuss why it still matters, his new book REINVENTING PINK FLOYD - Open phones follow

Download 03-28-18_WED_6AM  03-28-2018 (15.18 MB)


  • Open phones, homeless discussion, later Peter Schweizer joins me, says modern gov corruption is MUCH harder to track - book is Secret Empires: How Our Politicians Hide Corruption and Enrich Their Families and Friends Reveals The Newest Form of Corruption

Download 03-28-18_WED_8AM  03-28-2018 (16.73 MB)


  • The market report with Royal Standley, and then all open phones on the news and views.

Download 03-28-18_WED_7AM  03-28-2018 (15.29 MB)


  • Former FBi assistant director Ron Hosko joins me on officer involved shootings, the WaPo's shameful attempt to paint it as race-based, later Crimestoppers with Lt. Justin Ivens, and we talk a bit of homeless trouble, too.

Download 03-27-18_TUE_7AM  03-27-2018 (13.16 MB)


  • Will the EPA Back off of the Clean Power Plan? Institute for Energy Research rep weighs in, meanwhile, Congresswoman Susan Bonamicci talks of introducing a bill to stop ICE from arresting criminal aliens at court...Jim Ludwick from OFIR breaks it down.

Download 03-27-18_TUE_6AM  03-27-2018 (14.27 MB)


  • Could the school shooting problem partially be less freedom, more stress, less ability to breathe? I talk dams and more with Sen. Linthicum, later.

Download 03-27-18_TUE_8AM  03-27-2018 (13.58 MB)


  • Open phones, if gun confiscation comes, will you comply? Post office closes at night because of homeless, what to do? Darcy and Toni from Pear Blossom catch us up on what's coming the next 2 weeks of activities.

Download 03-26-18_MON_6AM  03-26-2018 (14.53 MB)


  • Open phones and news of the morning, later it's Dr. Myles Schneider - Putting the Health back into Healthcare, plus how O'Care got defunded Friday. (Really)

Download 03-26-18_MON_7AM  03-26-2018 (17.93 MB)


  • Outdoor report with Greg, some gun talk, too, later Jim Horner from the 549C school board discusses why he voted against referring the 25 million school bond to voters. Is this the right plan? ...What exactly IS the plan?

Download 03-26-18_MON_8AM  03-26-2018 (15.44 MB)


  • Dr. Powers with me today, and we profile the late Kevin Towers, Medford and pro baseball star and G.M., and we dig into the other news, too.

Download 03-23-18_FRI_6AM  03-23-2018 (12.34 MB)


  • We break down how the 1.3 trillion spending bill works in southern Oregon with Congressman Walden, later, Curtis Ellis of America First Policies, tariffs, Bolton and more.

Download 03-23-18_FRI_8AM  03-23-2018 (13.55 MB)


  • Open phones for most of the hour, and later a great talk on steaks, meat, etc with Southern Oregon's Fine Meats owner Robert Holland.

Download 03-23-18_FRI_7AM  03-23-2018 (14.35 MB)


  • Outdoor report with Greg Roberts, later it's the push to save the Klamath Dams via creating a public utility district. My guest is Capt. Bill Simpson, who explains.

Download 03-22-18_THU_7AM  03-22-2018 (19.74 MB)


  • GOP gubernatorial candidate Bruce Cuff joins the show for an issues talk, open phones follow

Download 03-22-18_THU_6AM  03-22-2018 (13.7 MB)


  • Open phones start the hour, later a talk with men's advocate Karen Straughan, a contributor to, and we discuss where the balance comes in the current MeToo culture.

Download 03-22-18_THU_8AM  03-22-2018 (13.5 MB)


  • Investigative reporter Ben Swann - he's back with independent funding, telling more truth than ever, later authentic illusionist Jay Owenhouse talks his act (at the Craterian Saturday) Life with the big cats and more.

Download 03-21-18_WED_8AM  03-21-2018 (12.37 MB)


  • Ben Buchta, military vet, having trouble making a firearm purchase...a big box store problem? Later JC concerts folks are here, Steven Van Haeuwert show this Sunday - amazing pianist.

Download 03-21-18_WED_6AM  03-21-2018 (12.77 MB)


  • Morning stories and news, later Julie Poner discuss reforms she thinks needs made to the Violence Against Women Act - Did you know a foreign national in a domestic case is automatically presumed a victim? Instant no deportation.

Download 03-21-18_WED_7AM  03-21-2018 (13.79 MB)


  • Religious group in Portland is coming after the AR-15 and large capacity magazines for all, we discuss, including naysayer Cindy, who questions the need.

Download 03-20-18_TUE_8AM  03-20-2018 (14.54 MB)


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  • Outdoor report with Greg Roberts, later, I talk the LUBA rejection of Jo County's cannabis ordinance with property rights and cannabis activist Mark Seligman

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  • Is the China world inevitable? Not so, according to financial author and reporter McMahon, author of CHINA'S GREAT WALL OF DEBT: Shadow Banks, Ghost Cities, Massive Loans, and the End of the Chinese Miracle

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  • Morning stories and news, Dr. Jerome Corsi joins me later in the hour, he writes of the deep state threat to the Presidency in his latest book, KILL THE DEEP STATE.

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  • GOP gubernatorial candidate Knute Buehler talks issues, answers listener questions, open phones follow

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  • Last night's 3rd SD GOP candidates talk, later author and literacy advocate Danielle Vann, author of the Whizbang Machine...literacy rates falling, what's up with this?

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  • Eric Windheim – EMF specialist – discussing the smart meter battle and EMF pollution, Crimestoppers with Lt. Ivens, too.

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  • Tim D'Allasandro, Medford Council ward 1 talks issues with me, transportation, and more. John Underwood from Timber Products...they're hiring, for some really great jobs.

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  • Outdoor Report with Greg your meter already read remotely? If so, why does PacificCorp charge for an opt-out smart meter read? Later, Gregory Wrightstone, author of INCONVENIENT FACTS, the science that Al Gore doesn't want you to know.

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  • The school protests for Wednesday...who is in charge here? Melissa Henson from has an interesting take on violence after attending a summit at the White House last week.

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  • Stories of the morning start, Spy Guy Jason Henson discusses how to use spy skills to stay safe, open phones later

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  • Outdoor report with Greg Roberts, talk on hunting, even cannabis and wild turkeys? Yep, open phones, too.

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  • Automotive journalist Eric Peters and I discuss the Virtual Car, shouldn't there be redundant safety features in these self-drivers? Open phones follow

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  • Open phones and news for Conspiracy Theory Thursday

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  • David Hathaway joins me, author of EMP the EMP that would destroy life as we know it true? He claims there's more to the story.

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  • Terry Welburn joins me from Welburn Weapons, we talk the age discrimination issue, what the feds REALLY tell gun dealers to do or not do, later the folks from Living Opportunities join me to talk the mission, how you can help them.

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  • Capt Bill Simpson updates the Wild Horse Fire Brigade plan, answers queries on this, too, later more open phones and emails.

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  • Open phones on the issues - gun case from Gold Hill intrigues the man wanting his gun rights, should a store be forced to sell?

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  • Stephen Mayer joins me from the BBB, a wrap up of the worst scams we face in this state, open phones follow.

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  • Pepperdine U. Professor Greg McNeal (advisor to AirMap) talks with me about AirMap getting deployed in Europe, the challenges of drone tech in the U.S., regulatory hurdles. Open phones later

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  • Stories of the day first, later Curtis Ellis from America First Policies - Trump tariffs starting a trade war?

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  • Wayne Bennett, retired contractor and former construction teacher - do you need big $$ to teach the trades? Advanced Air folks talk geothermal HVAC benefits, Trish Welch from Live to Dance - Fundraiser is SATURDAY!

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  • Marc Morano, author of the Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change, later County Administrator Danny Jordan counters some of what Mr. X and I discussed re the Klamath Compact, more open phones.

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  • Open phones and news for Conspiracy Theory Thursday

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  • Open phones start, Mr. X joins me later - discussion about the Klamath Basin Compact. Should the county look into getting involved in saving the series of dams?