Bill Windsor is reporting LIVE in an online radio show as he continues to travel America filming victims of government and judicial corruption.
On Sunday, December 30, 2012, hear Bill's Day 200 report. 10 pm to Midnight Eastern Time (7 to 9 pm Pacific Time). Bill plans to continue the shows every Sunday.
Don't miss this show! Join the discussion about what we must all do to save America. Please listen to the call to learn about the latest with the movie, the new organizational plans, what everyone filmed needs to do now, how those who would like to be filmed can be, and more...
Discuss the arrangements for the Meet Me in DC event on February 5-6, 2013.
Also note that at 8 pm Eastern Time on December 29, Bill will conduct a TalkShoe teleconference with everyone wanting to work as an editor or editorial assistant on www.LawlessAmerica.com. And at 8:30 pm Eastern Time on December 30, Bill will conduct a TalkShoe teleconference with Lawless America State Coordinators.
Simply go to www.TalkShoe.com -- Lawless America. Dial 724-444-7444. When prompted for the Call ID, enter 115884 #. When prompted for your Pin, enter 1 #, unless you have registered and have a personal pin with TalkShoe.
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Using a VoIP Client
2. Enter the Call ID & #
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Many people have called me Mr. Bill over the years.
Mr. Bill was a Play Doh character on Saturday Night Live. The licensing rights belong to King Features Syndicate. I hope they don't mind my use of a photo of my Mr. Bill doll.
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