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William Wallis For America
52 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
AlfonZO Rachel... himself, politics, music, Christianity, and America!
I have enjoyed his videos, politics, humor, and music; and I really enjoyed just getting to have a conversation with him to learn more about him. Getting to know ZO you will find more than just a great musician that does funny political videos. With ZO you will find a man with values from the best rule book there is who has a way of sharing through music, his books, his humor and videos that everyone can enjoy, appreciate, feel inspired, and support. visit him at www.bronzeserpentmedia.com.
36 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
Jeff Landry, Attorney General of Louisiana
This is my interview I did with the Attorney General of Louisiana Jeff Landry. For all of you that don’t know him or about his position I think you will find this one very interesting. Find my video interviews on Facebook, YouTube, and Rumble at "William Wallis For America."
55 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
The Fiscal Responsibility of an Assessor, with Wendy Thibodeaux
Yes, there are good elected officials that are not only doing a good job, but they are being good stewards of our money. And that is why I am so complimentary of WENDY THIBODEAUX, Assessor for Lafourche Parish. In this video not only does she explain what an assessor does, but she let's us know that assessors do not have to charge the full amount of millages that we the people voted for... In other words we have more control over what we are charged than we realize. And a good assessor does not charge us when their "district" doesn't need our money. Like when an assessing district like a library as a surplus of 5 million dollars of our money, that would be better in our checking accounts. And get a preview of the Constitutional Amendment we will be voting on next year that Wendy helped us get on the ballot working with State Senator, Gary Smith to help us have better chance of lower taxes from responsible Assessors that care about their fiduciary responsibilities to the people of Louisiana.
57 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
Saving Louisiana and America after Hurricane Ida
This show is about Hurricane Ida, the volunteers, and how it has affected the people and the communities and large areas of Southern Louisiana and upward along its path, and the devastation it left. Saving southern Louisiana is essential. But it is a small example of what is happening across America as we see small towns disappearing or ways of life vanishing as history. We need to find what unites us to save not just Southern Louisiana but use that same passion to fight for all of America
71 minutes | Sep 28, 2021
Election Integrity with Holly at Altitude and USEIP
This show is with with Holly at Altitude that I met at the Mike Lindell Symposium and she is passionate about Election Integrity. She has a blog at hollyataltitude.com and she works with US Election Integrity Plan at USEIP.org. In this interview, she tells us what the organizations she works with are doing in Colorado to expose what is happening within our elections and how to improve them. There is a lot of information in here that will shock, inform, and surprise everyone!
92 minutes | Sep 27, 2021
Hurricane Ida Interviews with 9 elected officials with reports
In this episode, there are interviews with nine elected officials who have areas affected by Hurricane Ida. Some of their districts overlap. They all give some good information and updates on what happened, possible solutions for future storms, where their communities are now and what we can do to help. These videos can be seen on my Facebook Page "William Wallis for America."
36 minutes | Sep 24, 2021
PDW Solutions and 2nd Amendment talk
It's always a light-hearted jovial conversation with George Peterson with PDW Solutions, but the 2nd Amendment is still taken seriously, especially safety. In this interview we discuss a lot of basics, because even with knowledgeable experts we still need to educate all the new gun owners and keep the basics about safety fresh.... even if to show people that gun owners are responsible owners. There is also a good blend of current events in here too. It will be well worth a listen.
43 minutes | Sep 23, 2021
JP Morrell, candidate for City Council At-Large
This is not just an interview with a candidate. This interview has a plethora of information about the City of New Orleans and how it is run, or the lack thereof. Not only will you find JP Morrell, the candidate for City Council At-Large interesting, you will hear about his solutions and qualifications which make him uniquely qualified for this position.
24 minutes | Sep 22, 2021
Louisiana Citizens for Election Integrity
Election Integrity is something that everyone should be united on. Fair, honest, secure, and accessible elections not only preserve our Country and our personal communities, it protects people's identities. In this interview, with Craig Schiro and Randy Russ of Louisiana Citizens For Election Integrity, they explain what they are working on within their group to help Louisiana accomplish all of the above. The narrative being created by those that are against election integrity will say it's all about overturning an election, when the reality is, as they will explain, it's not about who wins as long as the election was secure, honest, auditable, and accurate.
45 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
Simply put... this podcast is on election integrity. Something we can all unite on.
37 minutes | Sep 13, 2021
Wendy Rogers, Arizona State Senator
In this interview with Arizona State Senator Wendy Rogers, she tells about her herself, her story, and her passion for election integrity in America. She tells us how they are inaccurate, especially the 2020 Presidential election, how we can fix it, what we can do, and some updates. Pay close attention to her because her love of America and her passion to preserve it through our elections has her on a mission that she will complete.
67 minutes | Sep 8, 2021
Hurricane Ida, Capitalism, And Socialism
What does a Hurricane, Capitalism, and Socialism have in Common? In this podcast I talk about my personal experiences before, during, and after Hurricane Ida that I rode out in my own neighborhood. I have many stories to tell and some analogies between Mother effects of Nature and Socialism... and how Capitalism helps. And about halfway through I give some ideas on how anyone can help, even a unique idea for a large corporation to lend a hand.
38 minutes | Aug 24, 2021
LA Speaker of the house Clay Schexnayder
In this inteview with Louisiana's Speaker of the House of Representatives Clay Schexnayder State Representative we discuss "Streamlined" tax collection first. But, then, he talks about the last regular session and the Veto session and he addresses why there was the appearance to some that "nothing got through. And he discusses some of the good things that got through that nobody is talking about. Plus he offers a comment on Besse. Please check it out and share it. William Wallis For America
37 minutes | Aug 7, 2021
Kathy Edmonston LA House of Rep Dist 88
In this interview with Kathy Edmonston House of Rep Dist 88 she talks about her bills that got vetoed this last session. One in particular would have stopped discrimination based on vaccine status. While it passed through the House and Senate it got vetoed by the Governor. Today we are beginning to see the importance of it. Plus hear more about Representative Edmonston thoughts and ideas and get to know her. She works really hard to represent her district and help the people of Louisiana.
31 minutes | Aug 5, 2021
Joe Oltman of "The Conservative Daily" interview.
William Wallis & Joe Oltman of "The Conservative Daily" Podcast. In this interview we are talking about the things that unites us, looking for solutions to preserve our Freedoms, Liberties, and our great Country, and supporting our Constitution and history of prosperity for everyone. The video can be found on my Facebook Page or my YouTube channel at "William Wallis For America."
46 minutes | Jul 24, 2021
Our Streets Our Choice Coalition
You would think since taxpayers pay the money to provide government with the money to maintain and improve our streets that the citizens would have a say. This organization talks about what the City of New Orleans is doing to the streets in their neighborhood, and how it is part of a movement by city planners all across the nation. "They" say it's for safety, but this group shows how unsafe it actually is.
51 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
The Bills that were vetoed in the Louisiana 2021 legislative session
There were 28 bills vetoed in Louisiana's 2021 session, depending on how you count them. There were 11 line item vetoed bills in HB2 and 27 more. This podcast will tell you the bill numbers, who "authored" them, a brief description of them, and why Governor Edwards vetoed them. And of course, I'll provide some commentary too. The information in here will have a lot to think about as to why Louisiana is where it is.
34 minutes | Jul 10, 2021
Senator Sharon Hewitt talks about the vetoed election reform bills
In this interview with Senator Sharon Hewitt she talks about Bills that got vetoed, but specifically about the six of eight election reform bills that got vetoed, and about the possible historic Veto Session in Louisiana. I think the information in here is important to hear about, especially when you hear about the SIX election reform bills that got vetoed. Yes, I repeated it on purpose to emphasize the importance of how many got vetoed and that at a time when we need to put confidence back into our election system that these vetoed bills matter. Senator Sharon Hewitt has some very good information that I think we all need to hear and come together on to find ways to protect our elections in the future.
36 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
PDW Solutions has your self defense needs in mind...
And now a few words from a sponsor of my show... PDW Solutions George is always colorful and says what he thinks but don't you want that with someone that with someone you do business with. He has a lot of information about his product line. Watch and listen to what he has to offer...
62 minutes | Jul 4, 2021
The First Ever Veto Session in Louisiana? with State Rep Larry Frieman
How is a Veto Session like Mardi Gras? Well Easter is calculated by 40 days of fasting from Ash Wednesday....which determines when Mardi Gras is and so is the Veto session in Louisiana 40 days from the end of the Legislative session to the veto session. And that makes me wonder what other coincidences or similarities there will be.... There is a lot of talk about a VETO session, and it would be Louisiana's FIRST veto session ever. This is not only historical, it could be game changing for our State. In this interview State Representative Larry Frieman, Louisiana State Representative, District 74
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