I’ve spoken here and there over the years. (A more specific list may be found on the Bio page.) Herewith a few talks. If I repeat a joke now and then, well, aren’t they usually funnier the fourth time anyway?

Links to speeches published on the web

Should the Constitution Have Been Ratified? Bill K (for the Anti-Federalists) Debates Colleen Sheehan of Villanova (for the Federalists) at Georgetown University, September 19, 2011. Audio only: http://government.georgetown.edu/tocquevilleforum/237685.html

Is American Hegemony a Good Thing? Andrew Bacevich and I Say No, While Robert Lieber and Michael Allen Say Aye at the Wellesley Debates, October 2008. Audio only: http://www.wellesley.edu/WellesleyDebates/fall08.html

Were the Anti-Federalists Right to Oppose the Ratification of the Constitution? Bill K (for the Antis) and Gary L. Gregg II of the Universit of Louisville (for the Federalists) debate  at the University of Colorado at Boulder, September 17, 2009: http://www.isi.org/lectures/lectures.aspx?SBy=search&SSub=title&SFor=moved

On Wendell Berry on War and Peace, Louisville, Kentucky, November 20, 2007. Audio only: http://www.isi.org/lectures/lectures.aspx?SBy=search&SSub=speaker&SFor=Bill%20Kauffman

Restoring American Regionalism, Wilmington, Delaware, September 21, 2006. Audio and video: http://www.isi.org/lectures/lectures.aspx?SBy=search&SSub=speaker&SFor=Bill%20Kauffman

A May 2008 talk at the Cato Institute about Ain’t My America, with remarks by Michael Tomasky: (Video)

A 1994 talk at the Mises Institute’s epochal “Costs of War” conference in Atlanta: (Video)

On localism, to the 2009 Green Party gathering in Alfred, New York: (Video 1, Video 2, Video 3)

At Ron Paul’s Rally for the Republic in Minneapolis, September 2008: (Video)