Scott Walker, Councilman At-Large, Jefferson Parish, Louisiana
William Wallis For America
Scott Walker has a path to elected office that gave him an edge in his race for Councilman at-large. Not because of his media experience, but because of his ability to connect with people in a very positive way that is good for his district. And his approach, ability to connect, and his genuine concern for people make him an elected official to watch as an example of what other elected officials should do in their district. And that includes being able to win an election by making a connection with people and making service a priority instead of spending their way to get there. There is bonus content about Parishes in Louisiana, an excerpt from The American Patriot's Handbook, and from Econ 101 1/2. My videoes can be found on Facebook, YouTube, and Rumble at "William Wallis For America."
Scott Walker on his time in Vancouver, Bruce Boudreau, and the PK
Dan and Sat are joined by former Canucks' Assistant Coach Scott Walker to discuss his time behind the bench with the team and what him and Bruce Boudreau focused on when they joined the team. Also, hear from The Fourth Period's Irfaan Gaffar on all things Canucks.The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any affiliate.
AllMusicPodcasts 114: "Scott Walker: 30 Century Man" with Stephen Kijak
Pantheon - Home of Music Podcasts
In an extraordinary career that spans over 40 years, American-born Scott Walker has been both the most famous pop singer in the UK and one of its most enigmatic and reclusive artists. His fans include David Bowie, Brian Eno, Sting, Johnny Marr, Radiohead and many more.30th Century Man celebrates the Walker’s artistic journey and the amazing voice of one of the most uncompromising and respected figures in music today and presents a rare look inside the most bizarre recoding session ever captured on film. 30th Century Man is a visually & structurally inventive film that subverts the typical rock-doc narrative to deliver not just the journey of a songwriter but a meditation on the creative process itself.
ALLMUSICMOVIES: “Scott Walker: 30 Century Man” with Stephen Kijak
In an extraordinary career that spans over 40 years, American-born Scott Walker has been both the most famous pop singer in the UK and one of its most enigmatic and reclusive artists. His fans include David Bowie, Brian Eno, Sting, Johnny Marr, Radiohead and many more.“30 Century Man” celebrates the Walker’s artistic journey and the amazing voice of one of the most uncompromising and respected figures in music today and presents a rare look inside the most bizarre recording session ever captured on film. “30th Century Man” is a visually & structurally inventive film that subverts the typical rock-doc narrative to deliver not just the journey of a songwriter but a meditation on the creative process itself.AllMusicPodcasts is a proud member of the Pantheon Podcasts.
Scott Walker tried to destroy Wisconsin’s unions, but these organizers are still fighting
The Real News Podcast
We're kicking off Season 5 of Working People with a multi-part series on teachers and public sector unions in the state of Wisconsin. As part of a special collaboration between The Real News Network and In These Times magazine for “The Wisconsin Idea,” Max, Cameron Granadino (TRNN), and Hannah Faris (In These Times) traveled to Wisconsin in the summer of 2021 to investigate two intertwining stories that have played a crucial role in the right-wing shift and the decades-long attack on workers and unions in a state that used to be a bellwether of the labor movement and progressive politics in America.Over the course of this series, we'll be talking to teachers and organizers in Wisconsin to see how, nearly 50 years after the infamous Hortonville teachers strike and a decade after the passing of Act 10 under Republican governor Scott Walker, they are still fighting to recover and build worker power. In this interview, Max talks with Amanda and Jeff Frenkel, two K-12 teachers in Hortonville and union organizers with the American Federation of Teachers, about the challenges they and their coworkers are facing today, and about the ways they are working to rebuild the union and serve their community.Pre-Production: Maximillian Alvarez, Hannah Faris, Alice Herman, Cameron Granadino, Eleni Schirmer (research consultant), John Fleissner (research consultant), John Yaggi (research consultant), Harvey J. Kaye (research consultant), Jon Shelton (research consultant), Adam Mertz (research consultant)Studio: Cameron GranadinoPost-Production: Cameron Granadino, Stephen Frank, Kayla Rivara, Jules TaylorRead the transcript and full description of this podcast: https://therealnews.com/scott-walker-tried-to-destroy-wisconsins-unions-but-these-small-town-organizers-are-still-fightingAdditional links/info below...American Federation of Teachers—Wisconsin website, Facebook page, and Twitter page:https://www.aft-wisconsin.org/https://www.facebook.com/AFTWisconsin/https://twitter.com/AFTWisconsinMaximillian Alvarez, The Real News Network, "The Fight to Organize Teachers in Small-Town Wisconsin":https://therealnews.com/the-fight-to-organize-teachers-in-small-town-wisconsinEleni Schirmer, Gender and Education, "When Solidarity Doesn't Quite Strike: The 1974 Hortonville, Wisconsin Teachers' Strike and the Rise of Neoliberalism":https://www.academia.edu/26744754/_When_solidarity_doesnt_quite_strike_the_1974_Hortonville_Wisconsin_teachers_strike_and_the_rise_of_neoliberalism_Gender_and_Education’In These Times investigative series: The Wisconsin Idea:https://inthesetimes.com/thewisconsinideaFeatured Music (all songs sourced from the Free Music Archive at freemusicarchive.org):Jules Taylor, "Working People Theme Song"Help us continue producing radically independent news and in-depth analysis by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer:Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-podSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/newsletter-podLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews
Scott Walker: Texas Principles for a Comfortable Retirement from AT&T
Retire In Texas
You want to retire and have the ability to live a life of leisure, with the ability to take vacations with your family and know that your bills are always paid - and then some. But what does comfortable retirement really mean? Many people retire, and still have the worries and stress of daily life sitting on their shoulders. So… let’s hear from someone who retired and lives a life of comfort, pleasure, and simplicity. In this episode, Scott Walker, native Texan and recently retired AT&T employee, walks us through how his financial plan set him up for a calm and stress-free retirement. He gives insights into the work ethic that brought him to where he is today- retired in comfort, with a farm of his own and grandchildren surrounding him. Listen now to learn how you can replicate Scott’s retirement success. Show Highlights Include: Why instilling a strong work ethic is the most important thing any parent can do to set their child up for a financially secure life (5:00) How being in war can help you climb the ladder to the executive suite (even without a million degrees) so that you can create a stable and comfortable financial life (7:55) Depression-era money habits that help you become smarter with your money so that it works for you (13:30) Why you need to be consistently saving money for rainy days (you don’t know what’s coming) (18:15) Why you should NEVER touch your invested money (hint: it ruins your retirement) (19:00) Grab your free copy of the “Retire In Texas” ebook now by heading over to PAXfinancialgroup.com.