Bill continues to grow in demand as a national speaker. Whether as Virtual President, or simply as himself, Bill has addressed tens of thousands of people live, from political rallies, fundraisers, corporate meetings and media seminars. Below you can find videos of his live appearances, his schedule of upcoming events, and if you’d like to book Bill for your own function you can do so at Contact [at] BillWhittle [dot] com.

 

Doors open at 5:30 for the Lincoln Day Dinner and 4:30 for the VIP Reception*. 
 

2016 Lincoln Day Dinner

Saturday, June 04, 2016

Heathman Lodge

 

 

 

 

Bill Whittle -- hey, that's me! -- spoke to a bunch of college kids at Cal Poly a month ago and even though he -- I -- was challenged, he gave a sensible answer and everyone laughed and had a good time. So it can be done.

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Here are the highlights of my late December speech to the fine young conservatives at Turning Point USA. Some new, third-rail material here, but as I said in the opening remarks, I think the time has come to poke political correctness right in the eye. 

You can watch the entire thing in all its 47 minutes of glory here: 

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I think this was the only time outside of The Stratosphere Lounge where I spoke about r/K -- and a bunch of other stuff as well.

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Bill Whittle Live In Georgia! Saturday, June 13, 2015

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What is Your Individual Plan for Meaning in Your Life? 

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Here's one of my all-time favorites: MAGICAL THINKING, for my all-time favorite group. This is from the Americans For Prosperity event in Dallas, 2014.

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...When you see the same elements in two different speeches; two of the same rhetorical questions, say, delivered in precisely the same way – well, that is not laziness. That is the opposite of laziness. That is the result of hard work and constant tinkering to make sure your audience gets the best version of the speech you can possibly give. 

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Bill Whittle speaks at the first post-election meeting of the Hancock Park Patriots, November 12, 2012. Bill discusses the election, the culture and the post-political world of the Information Age.

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