episodes about Profile


03/11/2020

Episode 77: “Countering the Lethal Narrative of the 1619 Project” with Kenneth Blackwell and Bob Woodson


“The most effective way to destroy a people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” George Orwell


02/05/2020

Episode 75: Making “First Lady” and Life in the Screen Trade with Nancy Stafford and Nina May.


Nancy Stafford, known to millions as Andy Griffith’s law partner on TV’s “Matlock” and Nina May, an award winning independent film maker, join me to talk about their new film “First Lady” a romantic comedy feature film premiering Valentine’s Day 2020.


11/13/2019

Episode 71: “Behind the Scenes of the Conservative Movement and The Republican Party” with Matt and Mercedes Schlapp


Matt and Mercedes Schlapp give us a behind-the-scenes look at the conservative movement. Mercedes is the current communications director for the Trump/Pence re-election campaign and Matt is the chairman of CPAC.


10/29/2019

Episode 69: Dick Bodman’s Remarkable Career and Life Lessons.


What do you do with a good friend who has had a successful career in many fields, who seems to be good at everything, and is interesting on a wide range of topics? Well, in my case, I bring him on my show.


10/17/2019

Episode 68: “An Impeachment Behind Closed Doors” with Jenny Beth Martin


Jenny Beth Martin discusses politics, the Trump impeachment and why she co-founded the Tea Party Patriots.


01/11/2018

Episode 19: “Are you Lazy or is it your job?” with John Tamny


John discusses his new book, The End of Work, and the importance of finding a vocation you love.


07/27/2017

Episode 07: “The Bill Walton Story” with John Tamny


The Bill Walton Show: Episode 07 – Political economist John Tamny flips the tables on Bill and interviews the man behind the podcast.


07/20/2017

Episode 06: “Everything You Need to Know About Economics (in only 45 mins)” with Dr. Arthur Laffer


The Bill Walton Show: Episode 06 – Dr. Authur Laffer, the famed economist who ushered in the era of supply side economics during the Reagan administration, sits down with Bill to discuss the policies that work, and those that don’t.