17 Burst results for "Steve Lack"
"steve lack" Discussed on 5 Things
"The President directed our task force to do is really guidance for states around the country using the best recommendations of our scientific team and by lights It appears to me. That states are taking phased approach there following the data. They're following the science in their implementing. The kind of of testing and and resource assessment that is contemplated in the president Guidelines Open Up America again New York. The country's worst hit state by the virus passed twenty thousand deaths on Thursday only four countries around the world had more deaths from cove nineteen than New York but daily deaths. Zanu hospitalizations continued to drop. The State is working to ramp up testing before any major reopening plans New York City mayor. Bill de Blasios said that's especially the case with antibody tests on top of the hundred forty thousand for the first responders and the healthcare workers were adding another hundred forty thousand for every day. New Yorkers Combine two hundred eighty thousand people will get antibody tests in just the next few weeks in New York City. Over a quarter million antibody tests will be given these numbers that really start to add up even against size of a city as big as ours in Nevada. Some businesses will open up this weekend but Governor Steve. Lack says casinos and other nightlife establishments like clubs and brothels will remain closed. I am pleased to announce as a result of the Nevada cooperating in doing so well in the social distancing wearing masks that we are on track with a reopening criteria and we will enter phase one on Saturday may nights before the current state home directive would have expired on May Fifteenth Strip clubs and brothels will not be opening under phase one spas tanning salons massage parlours body art in body piercing establishments will also not be opening under phase one in as a reminder gaming establishments will not will not reopen in phase one. Guinea gaming operations shell remained closed until the gaming control board determines that operations may safely resume. There have been nearly four million confirmed cases of corona virus around the world but likely for more undetected globally. Nearly two hundred seventy thousand people have died including more than seventy five thousand in the US education around the US has been disrupted by the corona virus pandemic that means remote classes for some students and lots of changes to how testing takes place. Glare Thornton spoke with Sammy West who covers education for the USA Today Network in Wisconsin. She said students are seeing major changes to advanced placement tests so sammy how're AP TESTS GOING TO BE administered differently? This year the College Board decided to make all of the exams online. And they're all totally composed of trust essay questions and it's either one or two depending on the subject but students now only have forty five minutes to complete that online so they need to have some sort of device to do that on whether it's a phone or a tablet or computer they have the option of writing it in a word document or something else like that otherwise they can still remain out physically on a piece of paper but then then they're sending that piece of paper as a photo to the people grading the test. What if the photo they send his blurry and then they just don't get scores for the only response that counts for their entire score? I mean it's just crazy more. Broadly how is this a challenge for high school students teachers? I spoke to one teacher from Green Bay. He's been teaching. Ap Psychology you for fourteen years and he was telling me that it's hard enough for him to schedule. Google hangouts for all of them to work on the material and do their regular review and regular class things because a lot of them barely have high quality reliable Internet access so that's a huge barrier just to them studying for the test and then you add in that you know. That's now the only way they can take test you know. That's really alarming to him. In Green Bay Wisconsin that school district. It's the fourth largest district in the. It's mostly serving students of color and income students. So so that's a huge issue here and he definitely expressed concerns with that and even Internet aside. I mean a lot of families all rely on maybe one device like a smartphone or one computer that all of the siblings are using and also a lot of high school students are caring for younger siblings. Who they don't have their parents home because they need to be out working so now. They're kind of the caretaker in that situation have come out and said that they're going to be understanding because of the second chances were in. They'll accept scores just as they would normally and so a lot of students that I talked to weren't so much worried about that and same with the teachers you know. They think it'll all work out. I would say the biggest thing that they're concerned about just having a completely new tests to prepare for the nation is bracing for a likely historic unemployment rate to be reported on Friday. Almost three point two million Americans filed for unemployment benefits. Meaning SOME THIRTY. Three million did so in just seven weeks. The bleak numbers come as large parts of the economy remains shut down due to the corona virus pandemic and the tally signals will likely be the worst unemployment rate in us. History March and April jobless numbers pass old jobs created since the great recession supporters are planning to run on Friday to raise awareness for the death of Ahmad Ordinary in Georgia Arboretum. A black man was killed while out jogging by a white father and son duo of Gregory and Travis McMichael. The Ron comes a day after their arrest and they've been charged with murder and aggravated assault. The killing took place in late February in Brunswick Georgia and graphic video of the tragedy was released this week. Supporters Will Iran two point two three miles to signify the February twenty third date that the murder took place. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said that an investigation into Aubrey's death remains active and ongoing and attorneys for armories family believe he was the victim of racial profiling after he was chased down and shot by the pair while a third white man neighbor. William. Brian recorded the killing on video. The tragedy has grabbed the attention of political leaders including president. Donald Trump. My heart goes out to the parents and to the loved ones of the young gentleman. It's a very sad thing and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden called the killing a lynching a sense lens before our very eyes. Twenty twenty style. So plainly mistake about mercy family and the country deserve justice. They deserve it now. Sweat transparent investigation of this brutal murder..
"steve lack" Discussed on Still Buffering
"Is that there. There isn't just they. They don't have a unified voice in their in their early music. You know there seems to be a conversation happening between these two front women like a lot of their songs and evenly like on eight arms to hold you where they're about to break up a lot of their songs kind of have the sense of the what's about to happen between them and it's like for me like. I think I've never been big on romantic. Relationships friendships have always been more important to me and like there was something about this to me. Seen to like just cool. Talented women like performing next to each other supporting each other like singing to each other was like there was something bigger that was it was more than just like. I like the music. It's Catchy and oh they sing about breaks baker ups and stuff and so I can relate to. It's like now it's like there's there's a relationship here that's really beautiful and like and powerful and also that you know lake something that's completely like a bomb. That's about to go off that I don't know like I think that that's that's kind of why there's like those levels of it's not just one unified voice. It feels more like appointed a counterpoint. Because that's exactly what Nina Louise Word at each other. Yeah that's that's interesting. Can You There's not like I feel. I realized that sounds like a teacher. He question like quizzing. You're becoming tedious teetering elaborate but no but like Like through the songs I don't I don't know that I knew them intimately enough like as their history and their past to like be able to listen to the song and hear all that through the music. I know that because you've told me that you know But I didn't know all those things about them and their relationship and their conflicts and stuff well and they've been I won't say they haven't been forward about what exactly happened. I mean they've talked a lot about like I read a few interviews leading up to this and like Nina's saying that basically they just broke each other's heart which is a powerful statement but like that at the time they both were supposed to women and I think also you got to factor in like the music industry expectation like. I think we've always had this problem where we're dealing with female artists. There's the diva you know. And I mean having to women at the front of the band there was. They were both writing their own songs and singing their lyrics and kind of everything was separate. And that's why it had that really great like some songs would be light and poppy usually. That was needed. Gordon some songs would be really heavy and like metal and that was usually Louis Post but they kind of go back and forth and like a lot of like why why the band broke up. There were there. Were Romantic relationships involve? There are a lot of rumors. I don't really want to give them any light because I think anything. The band has confirmed as disrespectful thorough. What IFS OUT THERE? Montlake they you know. They proceeded After they broke up they each had. I mean Louis Post kept for us all the name. Virga salt and continued to produce albums with several with rotating P group of people behind her Nina Gordon had her solo career. But they kept writing songs about each other and how much the other one had hurt each other and like like you could see that it was. Just there's as greater talking about how They wish they had just like this is. This is a weird thing to say but like had a fistfight gotten over it because they proceeded to have fist fight through music for years after that for like a decade after that and is and it was pay somebody that followed 'cause I was a big fan of them and then when they broke up I followed both of their careers and as a fan. It was like painful to hear like man. Louise's just wrote this. Like resolve was the first album that came out after eight arms to hold you without Without Nina Gordon. And it's like it rips Nina Gordon. Apart it doesn't come out. Say but you know who it's about but then Nina Gordon has some some some songs actually They eventually have to read. They did they did have a reunion very recently and they recorded some songs and they have a new album and they record one of the songs that need a Gordon wrote about Louis Post and it's brutal but the fact that they could come to terms with that and re record a song that's basically a district about one of them is like I don't know there's just so much there's the band and that's one thing but you can see that behind it all. There's a friendship that meant a lot to both of them and ripped both of them apart when they fell apart and then meant so much when they came back together. And I don't know I mean experiencing that as just a fan go so much deeper than just liking their music. It's really seen something that you know. You can relate to feel deeply about right. I mean it's like when you know it's exactly like when the Jonas brothers split up and stopped making music and then came together and a whole bunch of songs. Well back how long? How long were they split up? Tenure so well you just get like a joke. I was GONNA say same level like they weren't fighting though they were. I mean they were still. Have you watched their documentary? Of course I haven't what are you may one day. I'll make you watching document. No please no No but they were like still brothers will yeah. Siblings can't fight Sydney about that. Yeah I'm not. I'm not saying that I'm just saying the idea of of siblings. Fighting to the point that they would destroy you know lucrative career. Podcast seems wild and I wouldn't recommend that for any other siblings is all. I'm saying. Well no but like I know what you mean about in the sense that when you really love this band and then they. They aren't together anymore. But then when you finally get like that reunion where you almost feel like you're a part of it because you're there from the beginning and it's like Oh this is for me. This is mine. This isn't for people who are just now listening to their music. Only heard them since they've been back together. This is. This is for me because I was here from the beginning and all through the break in. Yeah yeah that's A. That's a definitely a thing. I feel like in music when you're around long enough to experience bands breaking up getting back together instead well and I. I think it was particularly i. I didn't know that they had a reunion. That's really cool to hear. Because I remember you and I have in conversations about like I listen to their music separately and I never enjoyed it quite as much as I enjoyed their music together. And you feel like There's this secret sauce here like if the two of you can just work through your stuff which not to minimize like whatever it was could giant and I'm not saying like work through it to make music I like but like you see that. There's this spark. There's this magic that two people can create if they work together and then if they've got differences that can't be resolved at feels very like the world is being deprived of more genius. Well that's totally 'cause like I think I remember like the the volcano girls music video like they're both Luisa Nena on Bungee cords and does Wailing Guitar at. It's it's just a crazy awesome exciting music video and they're singing right into each other's face and like there's A. There's a point where they're both like flipping off everybody around them and just seeing to each other and it was just like when they broke up. I felt like it was like their break-up represented like what I loved about them was like Hey as women. We don't have to compete. We don't have to be against each other. We can support an embrace and actually find completion within each other and it doesn't have to be romantic like it. Doesn't you know as a young person confused about by identity? It a lot of ways I. It was really nice to see two women being really supportive and kind of being each other's worlds like finishing each other. And I think that you know that was. It was so much more than just like manna like their music was good. It was like Oh now if they can't work then maybe this thing that they gave me hope for can't work and that was well deeper. Yeah well and that can't be I mean we kinda you kinda joked earlier like comparing like to the spice girls but to be fair. There is something to be drawn. There have been these like groups of female artists who have worked together. Whether you're talking about something that's like Barack assault which I would classify very different music than the Spice Girl and obviously draws very different audiences but the idea of lake girl power or whatever you WANNA call it. The idea of of women coming together and celebrating their friendship their power. Their ability is always kind of mocked and belittled. And I think whether you're talking about like He like the spice girls because of girl power. Oh I get your one of those like angsty girls whose mad and so you like virk assault or whatever it is you know. It's all like demaned but it means a lot when you're younger and to see to see any kind of female friendships. That aren't like combated. Art inherently competitive. It really is very powerful when you're younger because that even as a as an adult like just not shown as much it's just not modeled to young people as much then there was There was real love there. I think that the musical wouldn't have been so good if there had been. I don't think the break-up would have been so bad if there had been like there was real love there. I mean you know. I think that you see that like they. Both spent the next decade of their careers writing angry songs towards each other. Like that's not that's not just like oh we were kind of a third together band. Didn't work out like that's that there was some part of each other than that. I really like as far as the reunion goes. I actually So they released a new album. I think this was twenty. Thirteen is when they got back together. The album came like a year after that. I we maybe two years but I went to the I went to the reunion show. They had A. They had a tour at lake. I I never thought I would get deceiver assault play and they got back. I will say they they got the original lineup back like you know like I said Lewis cycled through a lot of people but they personally like wet and they got you know the Gotcha Shapira Got Steve Lack. It was the first time back on drums since like he stopped. Play with. Everyone's like okay. I guess I'll do my gosh actually before we get to that but actually lead up to like the conversation that they had like You know after many many years. Louisa Nina started kind of e mailing. Each other like Sid I think you'll appreciate this. They they both are our mothers now and I was sort of. Why they reconnected was I think Nina had a a child. I and then when Lewis was pregnant started reaching out to Nina being like This is weird. Tell me things sleigh. Lb and you know now. They're both like mothers with with kids and like they have families and so because they both have other lives and they're busy for this new album. They weren't writing the way they used to they. Weren't I write my songs in your at your songs? They'd be like why were a part of this but I don't know how to finish it. You take it I got. I got to get the kids to soccer practice like. They started a finally collaborating finally like as they call it co-parenting the ban and that is what the new album came from. And that's that's really like I dunno for like know I think I've a big proponent of camera mantech relationships are great sexual Great but we really tend to put sexual relationships above all above all else in like diminish all others like this was clearly an important friendship to them and see them kind of find that resolution where they can co parent bad and finally write songs. Together is so much more romantic to me than most like stories that I read are here. They know it really it really is. It's a beautiful story and it's one that is not unfamiliar to us. I mean like I think John Paul is a very close analogy to that of the Beatles. You know you know I mean it's it's not an and that I think is widely accepted as like all what an amazing friendship it was so it it sucks that like they had fights and disagreements that obviously led to the ban breaking up and everything like that so sad because they were so amazing together and like.
"steve lack" Discussed on Still Buffering
"Knows really eat it. Maybe I know I've given up clearly because today I'm exhausted Thai. Which says a lot about the progression me through this week. Yeah so what? I'm trying to stave off like emptiness whiskey so we're GonNa do our best there. We go home. I'm still going to be anxious but I'll be anxious cows zone. We'RE NOT. We're not going to spend this whole episode. Talking about are are quarantining and self distances they cannot I. I hope you all are though. That's the last I'll say about it. I feel like it's our duty and also I would like to speak for all the years and say we're not like that stupid boy. They keep showing on the news. Like I don't care if I get Crowe. Nothing's going to stop me from partying. Because they're on spring break like everyone keeps face booking that all the boomers and are like this is the selfish generation. It's GONNA kill to be fair. They keep blaming. The millennials millennials. That's the thing that made. That's the thing that upsets me as I keep saying. Oh look at these millennial parties like hello. I have not been a young twenty something for over ten years like this. Yes it's not even millennials. They got the wrong rations. The Mo the millennials are out of jobs are trying to figure out what the heck they're going to do. They're not partying at the beach. Avocado toast over a fire at a garbage can. Yeah degen's ears have been kicked out of school where they would rather be ready just scrolling through thick talk depressed and that's well that's what the Gen xers are doing. That's I consider myself a lot. Closer to Gen-x. It's like we're just all at home going. We always knew this was coming back in the ninety S. We had lots of sad music about it. We were very angsty for this exact moment practice. We practiced this for a long time on. We Israel off your nihilism and your flannel. And let's be honest you've got the GIN's ears partying spring break. But you've got the boomers go into the mall so yeah and Walmart stealing finally going to Walmart Now I'm kidding. Hopefully all generations are staying home. Stay home stay home and listen to great music like what you have this week hearing us. We'll speak in speaking of our old Nineties grungy past. I'm going to talk about. It doesn't exactly grunge but It was one of my favorite bands problem. My favorite band of my teenage years And means means a lot to me. it was a I loved. Listen TO I haven't in a long time and because we were doing this I re listened to Verka Saul and man. It was good. I don't know why I stopped. It was good and it was I mean so okay. So for those either. Don't know or familiar with all the backstory of Rick Assault was It was a band that formed in Chicago in. Nineteen ninety-two basically The the two front women Nina Gordon. Louis Post. They were introduced by. Actually Lili Taylor like an actress. Pretty well known so. She was friends with both of them. Was like you two should meet and they met up and started kind of making music together. It was a little bit more singer Songwriter. And then Nina Gordon brought her Her Brother End Jim Shapiro. Who was kind of like one of those people that could play all the instruments but he never played drums. They like how about you played drums so he started playing drums like in this band for the first time. And then they added. Steve Lack as bassist And just kind of you know started like writing songs. Making music playing shows In the original format like I thought it was cool when I was reading about it like Louise and Nino would they. They didn't actually collaborate on songs like they would each bring songs the table and like Louise Sang the songs Louise wrote. Ne-near sang the songs that Nina wrote. And that's why you have like back and forth of lead vocals on. All of their albums is because they both like kind of just passed off the front woman. Job I like that. Yeah Yeah what'd you. What were your first before we kind of get into more of of the music and today I want you to be able to share like why Mitt so much to you what were your impressions of it. Riley. Because you never you'd never listen to this band before right. Never listened to them before. Did you recognize any of it? I mean this isn't like a dig. This genuinely my first thought because I did enjoy it and I listened to the whole album multiple times because we decide on this a few weeks ago. Yeah and I've listened throughout the these few weeks a few times It sounded very like just nineties movie soundtrack like like not entirely like punk but not pop like pop. Punk mix That you would hear like at the montage where the girls about to be like. Oh She's beautiful now and like they did. She gets the guy at the end like clueless like that. Kinda sure. I enjoyed it a lot but that was just. That was what it reminded me of I think that's tough. When you have something that like is genre defining or at least early genre you know I. I don't know if Rookus what would be considered on defining but it definitely is is an early example of a style of music that permeated. Yeah a time period. The nineties I it's hard because when you hear it for the first time many years later it will sound derivative to you. It will sound cliche like a million other things you've heard but that's because so many things have been patterned after it. It's it's hard to put yourself in a mindset where like all of music did not already sound that way you know it was I really enjoyed it mostly because it's the kind of music that I'd normally turn onto like right to order like crochet or whatever because it not that that would be hard core crocheting. I think he thinks it's a nice blend. And it all kind of all the songs like sound alike and you're just like you can kind of just like lose yourself in all the all the songs and new listen to multiple times and like here lyric. You didn't hear the first time or whatever like I know. I know it's a kind of music that I would I would turn on when I'm getting ready to go somewhere and invite to take away. Why do you think this ban in particular was so important new? Well you know. I remember the exact steps at it took for me to discover Rukh assault. IT WAS. This is so dated. It's it's amazing so I was a big fan of buffy. The Vampire slayer there was the episode. Where biff naked lucky played with naked. I would love to come back to. It was but it wasn't quite as impactful on me but I really loved naked at the same time period so I was yeah I into napster bit naked and yes that sentence. I know. That's like that's like that That challenge that goes online. That's like eight yourself. Without stating what year you were bored. I was trying to napster but with naked and through that Volcano Girls Somehow got suggested to me because obviously this so like fruit assault. They formed in ninety two They're big like their first album. Command ninety four eight arms to hold you. It's as the album that we're all focused on. That was the one that I was first introduced. You came out and I think Ninety seven and then they broke up ninety eight so by the time I was on to them. They had just broken up Yeah so it was. Kind of. After the fact but it was volcano. Girls was a song that I I heard through Napster rain at. I guess for me like at that time I was late middle school early high school like I was aware of like harder. Music like there is the riot girl. Movement was a thing that bit of things it's ninety s but that was a little intimidating and there was some thing about virk assault the balance between accessibility. But also like it wasn't the spice girls they weren't trying to say like yeah like best friends. We have power like Rupaul. Had like you know they were. They were angry. They were pissed off and they said they were confused and they were also also like yeah. We're all some but also. Oh no this breakup like they. They had that kind of energy that I was radiating at and it was it was an entry point into a lot like heavier music for me but because it had that those pop sensibilities. I could get on board as silly. You know thirteen fourteen year. Old Chair yeah no it. It definitely did because I was never I mean I like rock music. I like the LAMEST thing too. Is that the worst thing to say. Okay I like rock and roll no but like I don't mind music that's harder but I definitely I I do not enjoy quite as hard edges. I think sometimes you do tae and I always found Rukh assault to be like it it. It went right up to the edge like it was raw enough to go right up to the edge of that. And then it. Like was smoothed off. Just just nicely rounded off in a way that made it way more enjoyable for my taste. Yeah well you know it's funny because I know we'll talk about this band at some point but no one would ever. I don't think people would ever make this comparison but this is how my brain organizes things. It was a lot like weezer in that. They had this swag ARY like Kiss Guitar Situation. Like this rock and roll like just shredding at some points and then could back off into really catchy refrains and like relatable teenage topics and that really appealed to me at that time period so even though they do band sounded not really anything alike. They kind of had that same balanced to them that I just really dug and the and the unique ability for like melodic. Yelling is you know. That's that can never be appreciated enough. I feel like for my taste like I 'cause I am not usually I'm not a pro yelling person typically but but if it's melodic yelling that's a whole other thing. I think that's part of it that that I enjoyed so much was because it's it's not all the way rock screaming super like metal. Sorry stuff yeah But it's almost close to like not in the the subject matter and most of the songs like the melody but like The mix of voices you get like musical theater like the mix of like like the belting but then you got like the casual lake. Catchy stuff you've got the background parts. You got all the layers like it's very much like that where you have all these different layers and it's not just one note like a lot of Pop. Music is a lot of like all the way on the other end like Super Heavy. Heavy metal stuff as yeah. Well I think that Kinda hits on. I think the deeper reason that I loved Rupaul. And that's that there. Is this a lot of a lot of when you talk Rookus? You can't not talk about the break up and you can't not talk about the relationship between Louise Post Nina Gordon because it was tumultuous and powerful and Lake at the core of it what I think. A lot of people loved about their music..
"steve lack" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz
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"steve lack" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz
"The New Year is all about making improvements in your life. So here's an easy way to do. Just that make your world sound better with the power of Sonos. I personally use sonos speakers all all over as a home theater or simply streaming from spotify or apple music while I cook they sound amazing and are super easy to set up. They also recently launched another speaker. It's called the Sonos move. It's a portable smart speaker. You can bring with you indoors out. It's waterproof and even has automatic tuning technology to optimize the sound in any environment government dot com to learn more. You're listening to twenty thousand Hertz. And the Seinfeld is one of the most successful sitcoms of all time during the nine years that it ran Seinfeld had millions of viewers. It won ten EMMYS. He's three Golden Globes and it's cast become Superstars Seinfeld ended over twenty years ago. But it's still very much alive. It has a huge obsessive fan base. Ace minutes still gets referenced all the time it's theme song that we're hearing right now was unlike any theme song that came before it or is come after. And there's a pretty interesting backstory that you probably don't know behind that Wacky Slap Bass but before we get into it. I need to tell you about my friend Steve. My Name's Steve Lack back and I am. Hey Post production audio mixer and sound designer. Steve and I worked together years ago when we were both sound designers at the discovery channel. I consider Dallas thousand one of my best friends. I really love Dallas. We were both the night shift guys and we both come in around. Six o'clock. nightshift is generally unsupervised. So you come in and you get your assignments you work on your mixes you work on your work. And then when you feel like taking a break take a break to give you a picture of what Steve's like he's the type of person who's lived one hundred. The different lives like the time. He was a circus drummer and got into a fistfight with a clown or the time. He dropped everything and moved to Trinidad or the time he was doing things he shouldn't have been doing in a parking garage that collapsed hours later in the Northridge Earthquake. Yeah Steve is easily one of my favorite people in the world so I would wander over to his suite or he he wandered over and my sweet and we talked politics or the events of the day or sound design or whatever but we got to be pretty good friends because we had several hours hours of quiet time and night where we just hang out and chat during one of those random late nights st told me about the time he worked on Seinfeld. Wait what so apparently in the late eighties and early nineties. He'd been an assistant to a TV composer named Jonathan Wolf. When I first moved to la I was seventeen years old old? And that's Jonathan. He's composed the music for seventy five. TV shows including will and grace married with children. And who's the boss but no one becomes a major not composer overnight. Jonathan spent his first decade in. La doing musical odd jobs and making connections the studios. Were happy to have me. They treated me like a Swiss Swiss army multipurpose utility tool for musical chores. Because I had good training in a wide range of fields but after ten in years Jonathan was ready for a change. I decided that I no longer wanted to continue having the telephone dictate to me where where I was going to work each day and what I was going to do when I got there so I declared myself a composer. Jonathan wrote letters to all of his Hollywood contacts. He thanked them for their support. But ask them to stop sending him these low level musical jobs instead. He wanted to compose original music. Zach this was a huge risk. It's like an actor who had only ever had bit parts deciding that they'll only accept lead roles from now on Jonathan. Knew he might regret it but he mailed those letters anyway. I held my breath. I may have just nuked last ten years of my life. But when when those letters started arriving at their destinations all over Hollywood people just shrugged and said well. That's too bad. He's good utility guy and they started throwing me little writing assignments. songwriting assignments further movies in scoring assignments. In that is how my composing posing career began. This is around the time that Steve got hooked up with Jonathan. He landed. WHO's the boss? And he was doing some other after school specials and starting to really take off as a TV composer news looking for somebody to help out with Midi tack engineering some orchestration in transcriptions setting gear. And all that stuff. I wore many hats. Gradually more and more jobs started coming in we were doing. Who's the boss did some? WHO's the boss spin off shows? Mother sitcoms but getting connected with Jerry. Jerry Seinfeld happened almost by chance turns out in real life. Jerry has a best friend named George. It's George Wallace Comedian what makes me sick. People saying stupid stuff off their piloting unmanned say to me my wife on until I saw you the George Wallace and I have been buddies for a long long time and when Jerry Seinfeld confided confided to his best friend George Wallace that he was having trouble with the music for his new show Wallace said. Hey Call my buddy wolf and so I got a phone call from Jerry Seinfeld. He described to me a sound design issue. Oh he told me that the music for his new show which at the time was called the seinfeld chronicles the opening credits for that show would would be jerry standing in front of an audience. He tells jokes. Oscar Mayer is expanding. His Larry. It's not little anymore is Oscar. Mayer is now a huge monstrous place that area that whole section near keeps getting bigger and for him is not easy to come up with new products that come up with a new product. He has to invent meet no animal as far as I know people laugh. That's the opening credits. And he wanted music music to go with it and I told them right away. That sounds like an audio conflict because what we really need to hear. Is You telling jokes folks deibel laughing. You See TV theme music. Leading into Seinfeld where these epic belting lyrical odes like golden girls a team family ties as Dukes of Hazzard or my personal favorite has eighties. Kid transformers.
"steve lack" Discussed on KTOK
"Men's room in the talk sweet and three distinguished guests here there will be four during the last half hour and we're going to talk about the decade so well joining me tonight is M. Scott Carter he's the co director of the epic news network journalist in residence at epic charter schools a former Rep professor at Oklahoma City community college and colleague and award winning novelist he is here this evening to talk about the decade also here is Rick Allen Lippert yes that name is familiar he is an award winning writer producer and director and thirty five plus year video veteran his company liberty media L. L. C. produces informational videos and television commercials he works as an actor and voice over an on camera narrator and rounding out the top three of the men's room our Oklahoma county commissioner from district to commissioner Brian mon is here he was first elected in two thousand eight and was reelected to a second term in twenty twelve with seventy five percent of the vote and then was automatically re elected to a third term in twenty sixteen as the only county official who did not draw an opponent so these are my guests of the evening and much like last week we're going to handle the news of the decade the first half hour we're gonna talk about significant news stories of the decade that are significant to Oklahoma City the second half hour going to talk about the state of Oklahoma and the third hour or third half hour we're going to be talking about national stories followed by pop trends at eight thirty featuring Mike Gannon and I'll introduce him more later so well gentlemen welcome to one thousand Katie okay how is the weather in the men's room it's nice hi so far I like it here okay well I'm aren't you all friendly all I wanted to started off with the decade what happened between twenty for the year two thousand two thousand one and twenty nineteen and a few of read state where twenty ten thanks for the nineteen thank you all right you don't count yes that's right thank you very much okay Steve lack Meyer says the past decade for downtown Oklahoma City has been one of rapid transformation ten years ago we had a skyline without the fifty story Devon energy center and the twenty seven story be okay park plaza and then he makes a mention of the river commissioner mon what was significant to you in the past decade here for Oklahoma City well certainly not to gloss over maps but the fact that we had maps three get completely rolled out and then we of course just past maps for but as I pointed out last week we're talking about the notable things of the year I think the really remarkable thing is that we elected to increase our taxes here in Oklahoma City which is a really rare thing did you see any community we decided to bump it up for public safety and we really got a grip on our staffing conditions with local city police and fire and I think we've seen the benefit of that when you look at some of the other problems other communities have where they're challenged with strapped police force and fire response and we are geographically huge city one of the top five in the world square miles so the fact that they have to service so many areas let alone the population that continues.
"steve lack" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"If you would the mama gears touch mm-hmm okay. Yeah you played a little tennis but never learn the keeps go. Disease is counted four. The fifty forty then game is clear. You're no match for Manhattan. We Watch and Steve Lou assume four five-year-old who has problems with his booze as a symbol Buna. His regret at tubes. You move like a hippo spoke with a leg to shore he in the bed just slack on the covert. You'll see. Take Wasa Paul by the way of fall when you re in the bed route seems topped away. Go to your limits your you really WanNa say saying. We'll oh played. Steve Lack of secret saxophone his hobby from Tom. Longo the penalty phase of course allow detector and a nasty divorce. I don't know the rules. She can't stand Dan his futility. Good that's great song timely. A little rough Steve. Do you think people we sing songs. Like that with lyrics when you signed on here I did not know you think it's going to happen them. Are you worried about that worried about wall system. No no doc well. I don't think a lot of these questions can be geared towards these personal life. Necessarily No. I think it's more you know this is I mean. So where are we at with this with the lie detector Well I've been researching ways to pass a lie detector ten. I'm sorry that's that's that's how I'm looking here Mr the test Oh it'll happen yeah. I'm working hard on that. Are you working hard on. Oh yeah okay. We're going hard or hardly working friend. Yeah that'll definitely happen. Well I mean we mike and I can handle it if you want to be four. Somebody will volunteer to do working diligently on it. We'll do it here right yes okay. We'll be administered by DC. We have plenty of. I saw some of the as uh-huh Barstool advisors. Are Those plenty questions so yes well. My question for Mike was should. I even be allowed to find the right point. I I'm fully expecting this to exonerate me an end all suspicion whatsoever. If I'm the one who bring in the lie detector brings in the lie detector. There will be some questions over to Mike Erie Mike Carey production. But you're in turn on the case and nobody. Does it like you guys so so great. I mean I think people want to see one definitely WanNa hear it absolutely you know. But I wonder Steve's GonNa be able to pass it right but we'll do rob. We're GONNA see what happens but these are not these are flawed. These tests are Florida here. Not Missile in a court. The law will be beaching see. Let's see how he does under these questions. So we're GONNA get hopefully next week. I'll do before the holiday season. Well ideally yes S.. Next week or two. I think the people want to hear that So gimme Gimme a couple of highlights from the broadcast. So first of all let me just say yes. I have to give callings credit. Yes did not win win. For Event I would have. I heard Mike suggestion. The broadcast probably miked up the players. Yes that seems like a nice seems like a good move and and there are some camera issues but I thought overall and analysis is choice of play by play guy was perfect. It was interesting choice calling in a minus for the events. That's pretty good p plus a good job with the pre-game show you the match was good crisp. The Post Game. It was a decent calling on the guy. Ah Eight o'clock. We'll say one thing. I think you're bringing up the same point that I was gonNA bring up. You had one request on our conference. Correct the national anthem. Yeah well the cutting room floor firsthand account. I thought it'd be funny just for the for the listeners I was. I thought we're going to do a whole thing planned out not the whole thing. We're GONNA do the Russian in America. Nationals I was going to take a knee during the Russian national. I wish I was looking forward to but you know what can you I do. I don't know if it was our fault in the broadcast booth but I know that Dave asked US Scott are great play by play Guy Yes to he says hey All right we're like pretend we're just done with the pre-game now and just introduce the The National Anthem Kirk out of the American national anthem. Steve come out to the Russian the national anthem. So Steve said I'm sorry Scott we are now going to play the American and Russian. Do you stick stick. Leoni is worried because that's a hall of Famer be careful that name He's better than Castiglione and they'll say that I mean in fairness he was on heroin. What do you want the guy that do? I mean it's interesting..
"steve lack" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Carly welcome and good morning in the news today this breaking news and for the first time since Donald Trump was elected back in November of twenty sixteen George will smiled last night. it was exciting to watch last a couple of innings I woke up and it was on and I well I went to Twitter and it was all this things changing so Washington nationals came back and won it that's fairly slows the on the nationals of radio network in it and a great call yeah very exciting call yeah call it's a good comeback and so now Eric and I did discuss earlier the fact that the name of the team is the nationals well it is and then there's the the problem I think we should that we should look into see if anyone's pro testing that because yes if you're a fan of the nationals you must be a nationalist yes and you can't we can't have that now now we've we said with both of course Washington nationals and the Washington Redskins really it's the first word in the name that's that's offensive it and it did that would be Washington. so but but beyond that you're a nationalist if you follow the team and and we can't have that today as well we have drawn out some suggested yeah. the globalist the globalist yeah statements P. impeach yours. impeach. in terms. where is Nancy of the plain cheese high in outside. sorry that one. my funny bone for some reason it was for it was an obvious thing to say but I just expected so thank you very much yeah thank you Raj work you're welcome I genuinely making me laugh but I try I didn't expect. yeah so can grant say that what I get they have the one game wild card I yeah I would prefer three but you know Hey what is it you were saying you know with as many and I think it's a fair point as many games as there are in the baseball season a wild card you know if you're going to really make a wild card bid you got to make it what two out of three maybe. yeah yeah in a best of three a yeah I I'd buy like this but you know and think they can do whatever they want you know. yeah I can do name your team whatever you wish to name your team that's why we're not a judge you wanted the napkins in other news a federal judge has halted that's from the hill dot com federal judges hold a California law that would require president trump to disclose his tax returns in order to appear on the state's primary ballot U. S. district judge Morse in England a George W. bush appointee on Tuesday issued a written opinion arguing the laws likely unconstitutional according to the Associated Press he had ordered a preliminary injunction against the law last month the bill which requires all candidates for president or governor to provide five years of federal tax returns in order to appear on the California primary ballot was signed into law by governor Gavin Newsom in July president trump's legal team along with the Republican National Committee challenge the law in court England single a signal a signal excuse me in September that he would block the law arguing then that there would be irreparable harm without temporary relief for trump and other candidates to be didn't issue the preliminary injunction according to the Los Angeles Times the move was praised at the same time by trump's legal team we are encouraging the federal court is tentatively concluded that a preliminary injunction should be granted we look forward to the court's written order from buzz attorney said in a statement it remains our position that the law is unconstitutional because states are not permitted to add additional requirements for candidates for president of the United States and that the law violated citizens first amendment right of association so. California is a chief elections officer Tuesday said he plans to appeal the decision you're not gonna win California will appeal this ruling and we will continue to make our thorough thoughtful argument for stronger financial disclosure requirements for president and gubernatorial candidates you can do offer gubernatorial candidates sure by the way that needs to be made clear I believe that the law is struck down because it applies to the president not because it applies to the gubernatorial candidates. right right right and it's some it's it's it seems again. I don't know the chaos right now seems to be just an old all time high. you do have to wonder what. what I wonder what the the sentiment is right now in DC really what the polls is. based on where things are going right now. I mean on the left with it are the Democrats really scrambling because they really believe bars going to come out with something new and I was just talking during the break a top of the hour news our top of the hour break. about the inspector general from the department the state department. no all the liberal media was reporting this yesterday that the inspect the IG from the state department supposed to address. members of Congress various committees. what's something relating to the president and you're correct. and that's supposed to happen sometime today. so I really wonder right now was that the president Ukraine or just Ukraine. regarding truck trump and Ukraine okay there in fact the implication is that it would be regarding the call. or maybe another call. but here's the problem. you can't take any of that seriously right now. no I have no idea what the inspector general from the state department is going to do if he's if he's going to do anything. well he is the inspector general of the state department right. so what would be so okay so is it related to well Mike Pompeii oh well I don't because the the the latest that we have heard. is that it is the inspector general of the state department this is a story we had yesterday that is the one that contacted a hundred and thirty of of Democrats are or Democrats and or members of the Obama administration that had communicated with Hillary on her. on her home home brewed server and that many of them were contacted because the contents of the email sent and or received. now have been deemed classified. so they had been sending classified material or receiving classified material from the Hillary server which is in violation of the law. shown now when you said the inspector general from the state department that's what first hit my mind so what he would be saying about the president and or the state department you know the inspector general looks at not what the president does again. the inspector general for the state department would be looking at wrongdoing within the state department here's how it's here's how it's raised a written at the the hill dot com Justin wise at the help icon state private inspector general's expected to meet with the staff from multiple congressional committees on Wednesday and brief them on documents related to the trump administration's dealing with your crane according to multiple reports now these reports were fast and furious late in the afternoon and early evening on Tuesday is that part of Pompeii stating that they're going to five no no because they can't because Pompey was separate from the inspector general yes he's the inspector general each department is separate from whoever heads that department because right it is it is supposed to be like almost like an internal affairs well your position I have no idea what is I don't know but the liberal media was on a very happy. but there's not there's there is no there is no disclosure of the topic that will be discussed with these committee members on Capitol Hill with the inspector general from there but that the state department so again it could be a number of things. they give you something that they were strong. I mean if it's about documents related. to the trump administration that again is suing Justin wise here at the hill dot com is accurate that it's well they did choose the documents related to the trump administration's dealings with your crane well the trump administration is the state department yes so people think yes right it is yes it was just it was so so what would be the inspector general has documents from the state department's dealings with the Ukraine right technically is how it should be written because when you say the administration not you I mean right right but what when it said that it was a case it only really I went lies to the state department and only a price can only apply to the right but the way that it's written as if all K. the inspector general's looking at the president well any documents that the president would be sending now if it was documents from somebody inside of the state department sending a document to the president. then yeah the inspector general you know that or there was communication between. does a party in the inspector general's herbs for me in in the state department and the president right then yes but if it's the president and his documents between countries no he's not driving around the city with a on the internet that review today and so I I just want to I I do it should be clear and I don't know if those in the media look we've talked about this before we have children in the media yeah I don't know if they understand. everything right I honestly don't know if they understand what inspector general does I don't even know if Eric holder understands what an inspector general does he doesn't seem to have a clue the difference between an inspector general image and an Attorney General and he wasn't Attorney General yeah sold they're all confusing me at times. but. well okay so we know that I mean because of the reports that Pompey was on the call listen to the call right. so a in in terms of the president's call with your crank. oh okay that could be a possible okay so there could be a could there be notes there that clarifies certain things. or could there be other state department officials. that talk to Pompeii and and was our communication. what is it what's your communication that the. the Pompeii knew where the inspector general was going or the red been communication the communication was look look you've got the documents you present them I'm not going to present them because I'll be viewed as getting involved in it so if you if you if you present them if you present these documents. then it's the inspector general doing it which is outside of my office. coming from Pompeii not the president give me coming from Palmdale yeah right look these documents exist I would I would give them I would give them but you've already analyze them and in some investigation and you might do in the line of fire in the media and on Capitol Hill so it's better that it comes from you right. in the same way that the White House and documents over and let Horowitz at the justice department the IG at the justice department handle that situation rather than it come from the administration. or come from the White House right here's how it's raised at the ABC news ABC news dot com state department's inspector general is expected to give an urgent briefing to staffers from several house and Senate committees on Wednesday afternoon about documents obtained from the department's office of the legal adviser related to the state department and your crank. so. it's going to be I don't know that well they don't mention trump and that one well known but the state department would be of course part of the administration and and and who knows again I get why they phrased that way at the the whole dot com but. details of the briefing again remain unknown lentic that Steve lack of the the inspector general at the state department is expected to meet with congressional staff in a secure location on Capitol Hill which means that it's going to be a the it's probably going to be about a lot of classified documents related to that whole thing it has to be pro trump otherwise it would have been the leaked..
"steve lack" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"A guy who has been with turning point USA. He's the founder and the president of turning point. USA is a guy that I've met a lot of, of mental. I want to be really careful twenty five year old kids that have come up, and they're, they have suddenly newfound power, and they don't have any idea what they're dealing with. They're not responsible. They're exactly who I would have been at twenty five. Just not responsible with that kind of influence in power. Very few are really reflective and, and turn out like Ben Shapiro. I remember when Ben Shapiro was on my show us, I think eighteen years old, and he hasn't changed. He was a fifty year old when he was eighteen he still fifty at what thirty one Charlie Kirk is. I think one of the most well thought out and, and gentlemen, biggest gentlemen, I have met very, very humble when you meet him in person, and yet, he is single handedly with his group turning point USA changing the world. He is largely responsible and my opinion for the Trump victory. He is large. Responsible for what is happening on the campuses in a good way. But he's here to talk about something that we have to pay attention to. And I want to engage you on this because we need your help to save the Republic. And it is that is not hyperbole to say that welcome to the program. Charlie Kirk, thank you so much. Thank you. Greatly appreciate it. Thank you. You bet. So Charlie explain what the left is doing, and they're doing this. They're doing it openly, but no one really is covering this in the detail that it should be covered because it changes everything overnight. That's correct. And so ever since Donald Trump won the presidency. The left has been enacting several full frontal assaults on our core institutions. That's why they enacted but the Russia hoax molar this is why they've continued the propaganda campaign in media, but mostly Horton. This one of the components that hasn't gotten much media coverage at all is how the Democrats realized that the system of which we elect, a president needs to change that the system of decentralised elections the system that gives a voice to middle America, not Manhattan and Malibu that system is a barrier is a hindrance towards their quest for total control, and for deconstruction of our country and for redefinition of our country. So what am I talking about trying to get rid of the electoral college? Sorry, go ahead. So Charlie explained to people because there's a lot of people, especially your age that say, hey, we want a democracy, people are screaming for that now in Europe Direct vote direct democracy. Make the case to those who are in the cities, who believe differently and believe in democracy because they've been raised thinking. That's what we are make the case. That, that's a bad thing. Happy to the first of all, we're not a democracy. That's one of the most important things we have to teach the next generation, Bernie Sanders says it almost every single day, and we fall into this linguistic trap. We almost begin to believe the lies the left that we are a democracy, where constitutional Republic. And we use the democratic means to elect individuals and representatives. And what's the difference? The constitutional Republic recognizes certain natural rights had can't be taken away, just as the mob, once those to be taken away. And in the federalist papers, the founding fathers realized and recognized the potential danger of the tyranny of the mob, one of the big historical fallacies that is taught to students is that America was the first exercise and quote unquote, democracy. That's just not true. Tried many times before Cicero who I believe is the most important thinker, and writer who has council of Rome, the one year warned against the tyranny of the majority warned against that total outright Mabo Crecy essentially would turn into class warfare. He argued that the middle class means representation that first and foremost recognized their natural. Right. And so what the electoral college has done over a long period of time. Is it forces, the state's first of all recognize the sovereignty of the state recognizes that the state's that'll government the federal government and not create the states, and it allows the states to appropriate their electors as they see set? Now, this is really important because each state has made my head a different way that they want to send their electors to the electoral college. So, for example, two states right now, main in Nebraska, they carve out one of their congressional districts that allow that congrats, the winner of that congressional district. Maybe different than the entire voice of the state. So, for example, Donald Trump won a singular electoral vote in two thousand sixteen in two thousand eight Brock Obama won a singular electoral vote in Nebraska, when he won that eastern Nebraska congressional seat when he won that now what does that mean? It means that voices that otherwise would not have had as big of a platform. All of a sudden are now competitive in the national election in discourse, and what's happening now was actually predicted and prophesized by the founding fathers federalist papers, and the construction of our country where you have the exacerbate of the coastal elites that want to that want to then enact their, their viewpoint and their ivory tower philosopher king agenda over middle America, and middle-class American. That's most important because the needs and wants of man Laboon, Manhattan or not the needs and lots of Michigan, Missouri. So how do we peacefully going about this without turning ourselves into factions and pitting people? Against each other. Well, the only way you could possibly come to compromise and build. Big base coalitions is through the decentralisation of elections, which is what the electoral college offers. And you look at other countries that just have straight Mabo crissy's, as I call it not going so well as it for example in France. No one can possibly say that the ideas that were rooted in the French revolution have been better for human freedom and prosperity than the idea of the American revolution status enlightenment and, and what we have right now is the left realizes that the idea of decentralized control the protection of the individual and state's rights it is a hindrance. It's almost an annoyance and obstacle for them to be able to get the power that they wish on that, that they, they wanna get. And so what they're doing right now, just to talk very specifically Glenn. And thank you for giving me the opportunity to share this with your audience, because fury. This is not something oh, the left wants to do this. The left is doing this, and they're getting help from too many Republicans close. Yeah. I would venture guests that many people in your audience don't know that fifteen states have already passed what's called the interstate national vote compact. What does that mean? Fifteen states has essentially passed through the state legislators and signed. By the governor. Green that their electoral votes will be given to the winner of the national popular vote. So in short the left with the help of far too many Republicans that tends to be a trend isn't it Glenn seems like Republicans tend to agree? So go along Clark to awesome, Dave realized that they're not able to get this through concerts that they're not gonna be able to get to the house of representatives, or through a constitutional amendment. So instead, they saw their window to go to the states since the states are allowed to appropriate, their electors holiday. See said it could be on how they do it now or they could do at home. Meaning Nebraska does it or they could do as something I wins the World Series. You know. So what the left is trying to do is perfectly legal. It's perfectly constitutional and perfectly legal. I believe so there's some scholars that think it isn't. I actually don't agree. I actually think it's perfectly legal. I think the framers allowed this sort of window to the states, it's hard. It's difficult now. Let's talk specifically it's already past fifteen states Glenn. Now, this does not go into action until they hit that magical to seventy number two hundred seventy number there, right at about some hundred right now. And on Wednesday, two days ago, Oregon just signed it in the law. So I want you to think about that. This is sweeping the country. Now the democrat governor of Nevada, Steve, lack vetoed it. We can a half ago dude on him. He has more Brady than bravery than most Republicans and Democrats Nevada exceleron into the house and the Senate. And he surprisingly vetoed it, this is now being discussed and Sates states such as main Minnesota, North Carolina and Ohio, they are seventy votes away from changing the way that we elect a president and what does that mean? So let's go through those main will main will absolutely do that. Let's go through the state by state where where are they where do we have a chance of turning the tide? Let's look a state by state. Yeah. And, and so, so main is now discussing it again in their in their house, and the house, and will eventually try to kick it up to the governor, and it would be just so foolish. Glen, so to do this because you talk about a state that actually respects the, the idea of the individual generally, and has, has, has not necessarily always gone along with the traditional northeastern stereotype of, of Lebanon. It'd be such a mistake. So then they give up their sovereignty and the attention that they're able to get to, to the mob the people that have nothing to do with their needs wants or desires, you know, the one in Minnesota. They're trying to introduce their already introduced this into Minnesota and the other one that we have to a very close eye and rapidly changing state in a variety of ways that if we're, we're sleep at the wheel, this state will become a blue state at Zona. It's it's been introduced into Arizona state house. It's getting far too much traction in Arizona and zone. Of course, just elected Senator kissed and cinema. Donald Trump did not win a majority of voting in Arizona back in two thousand sixteen only one, I think forty nine point one percent. I can look up here. Exact number more and more, specifically on North Carolina North Carolina's another dangerous date with a democrat. Governor and was very weak Republicans and that's been driven lethal combination. All right. So what do people need to do Charlie? They need to call. If you're in Arizona North Carolina main, you need to organize yourself again. You need to get on your phone with your legislature, and your state Senate and say, stop this governor's office do not pass this. Right. That's correct. Yes. In so attorney point USA where the nation's largest student organization, focused on the constitution in American exceptionalism. And so we feel it's incumbent on us to fight for this harvest. We can. And so our website, TB USA dot com. You'll be able to find some resources of what you can do to get into gates involved on this fight. And we're part, would I found Glenn, which is always gives me such hope for the future of this country is that this was already organically, kind of being fought through some great grassroots activists in these states, and we're already connecting with them and giving them some resources and funding. And that's what I love about America's that whenever there is a crisis into. Visuals tend to voluntarily and almost magically step up. And now, now we need to give them a call to action. And that is a uniquely American virtue and value that when there is crisis are patriots stuff up time and time again. But now we have to raise the sense of urgency on this. I will tell you, Charlie I talked to you about this for a few weeks. And I've told you that this audience is a remarkable audience. They're the most giving they are the hardest working and I, I don't I don't say this to dismiss any other audiences because I, I know the power of other audiences. This one's just different and they will engage and so I urge you please, this will make the entire election in everything you're about to go through worthless in the end, if they get up to two seventy it's got to be stopped main, Minnesota Arezzo North Carolina. Are the ones that are closest, but they're working this everywhere. So please, get involved, if you can donate money for this to teepee USA, go to USA dot com. That's turning point. USA, teepee, USA, Charlie is really leading this. And I looked to him on how we can assist turning point to be able to stop this, because this changes us overnight and really forever. I think we lose this. We lose. We lose that right? Charlie? Exactly right. Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you. You bet Charlie Kirk teepee USA back in one minute..
"steve lack" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"K D, W ain't morning John Shaffer principals at secondary schools, in the Clark county school district have passed a no confidence vote in superintendent. Hey, sues Giora, unanimous vote came from seventy to middle and high school, principals after jar announced via video that he was eliminating one hundred seventy deemed positions from middle and high schools in the district. This is the first no-confidence vote cast against a superintendent in the history of the Clark association of school administrators and professional technical, employee's as the represents principles teens and other administrators. Governor Steve lack signed into law, and increase of the minimum wage collective bargaining Bill and other measures fulfilling progressive wishlists and promising he said out in his state of the state address, the minimum wage law will incrementally raise Nevada's minimum wage, which is currently seven twenty five for workers who receive health insurance and eight twenty five for those who don't the new law would raise those rates to eleven dollars for those with health benefits twelve dollars for those without. Out by the year. Twenty twenty four state lawmakers are coming up with creative ways to allow employment drug testing to be conducted in states, where marijuana is legal to use in Nevada. The governor signed a measure to prevent companies from rejecting job applicants who test positive for marijuana since pot is legal in the state and a big part of the economy. There are exceptions of quarters for workers in safety sensitive positions like firefighters emergency medical technicians or federally licensed drivers some states protect medical marijuana patients from employment discrimination, and New York City this year. Barred employers from requiring perspective workers to take marijuana drug test, unless they're in a safety sensitive position. I'm Jacky Quin, a US house committee is blocked. The latest attempt in congress to restart the licensing process for a nuclear waste repository Nevada's, Yucca Mountain house rules committee, rejected a request Wednesday by Illinois Republican Representative, John shimkent to keep the project alive by setting. Aside money for the licensing. The blues end there have century title drought while avenging their loss in the nineteen seventy Stanley Cup final Gloria Gloria the Saint Louis blues are Stanley Cup champions for the first time in franchise history. The blues ended their fifty two year title drought with a four one game seven win over the Bruins. Ryan Riley Alex betrayal. Oh, brayden. Schenn infact Sanford all goals. While rookie goalie Jordan bidding ten made thirty two saves O'Reilly finished with a franchise record twenty three points in the playoffs to take home, the con- Smyth trophy him this for so long. And you is a kid, just like that feeling crews back to you just like, what it means. To, to win this thing. And I just I still I still can't believe this that grizzlies scored late for Boston as the Bruins were denied their first Cup title since twenty eleventh Geffen cooled off Boston. Put Wall Street, the Dow starts today.
"steve lack" Discussed on KTOK
"With David Glover. A web page called bad voter and on his Facebook page. He has combined. Interesting data taking the different candidates for city council, and the total number of votes, the total contributions, and in theory, if they spent all the money that they reported how much each vote would have cost, and it is absolutely fascinating. Especially I think in ward five David Greene will David of. Had he spent according to your estimation, forty seven dollars and forty six cents per vote where his opponent Christina hull who got six hundred ninety two votes about half of what he got that. She only spent seventy two cents, right? Well, you know, what's interesting. If you look at the two incumbents ran they both want about sixty five to thirty five percents. So fifteen percents switch and change. And you know, you have a different outcome. I mean, both Stonecipher in green Wellstone, forty seven degrees. Well, fifty six dollars per vote war Stonecipher, but their opponents. I mean, Warren Durmishaj who is a teach for America person's been only ten dollars roughly provoked, Christina whole, really. I mean, she's been eating quite a bit less. Yes. And I did not interview anyone from the ward too because they were five candidates, and I couldn't get them. All. On it. But Kerr I interviewed everybody else. So it was very interesting to me to talk to them. Great candidates exactly that there was actually a contest between everybody time. And who's nice that they, you know, have the ability to choose this has been one of the observations in the wild. But there's been contested race in every single category. And in great candidates. I was impressed. So one of the things that's come out of this is they're making a big deal about how we have young council members. But you know, younger than forty what what is your take on that? And how do you think they will be well, you know, the thing about it is that I think in some ways I saw some things on Twitter. They were people were saying that, you know, they they need of get over the young. And these people are all adults, and you have quite a good working background. You know Sunday. I just heard about James. Papers that supposedly something in the city. Charter that's going to potentially force him to resign from be teacher custody conflict between Venus being getting some traffic compensation from the state and the city, which I think I'd like to see it that could be changed because it'd be awful to lose him as a as a teacher. That's one thing. But I do believe that. I mean, I think city council it shows that it it's going to be a win for neighborhood transit and probably projects that are for citizens over sort of the traditional maps projects that some people feel or more fister and chamber Centric. So I mean, I think you know, if you think about the three to four youngest people on city council Joe back James Greiner in Faneuil, James Cooper. And then also making nice. What's interesting is that even though Greiner he's been there for six years. You know, I I actually we get along. Really? Well, and I think he really cares. You. About the city, and I see those four people along with mayor whole, maybe doing some things that you wouldn't necessarily expect to be mayor whole went on on a lamb and say, we're going to have indigenous peoples day been voted down in the past the past council said that we're not for urban hens, which you know, they're not Roosters. They don't make noise. But it lets people, you know, keep and raise their own chickens for eggs, you know, there's talk of ten to twelve wards. You know, there's talk of changing the petition days from ninety which makes it almost impossible to iron fifth year one hundred eighty you know, so all these things all of a sudden become much more possible Ramirez, you get close to four or five votes. And then all of the city council, you don't want to be on the wrong side of the boat. So they sort of all goes the other way. So I I think it's gonna be exciting. They're not think everybody's gonna it's gonna be fun. I think so too. Now, you're such a great observer. What do you think we'll be in maps for? Well, I think people need to read beyond the headlines because sometimes when some of the headline writers write something, you don't realize I was at an event where Steve lack Meyer sort of overview with a victory city council candidates from ward six boy leaves for the chamber and also the currency accounts. Nikki nice, but then the article was written about it almost made. It seem like probably by actually that you know, they're they're talking about putting a cap override to thirty five in the aquarian. Well, the candidates to bring out the questions that Steve asked brought that up. I think you really need to start listening to the candidates that you know, if you if you listen to some people, you know, they think it's going to be soccer stadium were renowned t- fairgrounds. But if you talk to the people that actually, hey, the tax money, they'd rather. I think she much more neighborhoods Centric maps for neighborhoods things that they will touch and feel. You know, I I'm more of the feeling that downtown's on fire. We've spent a lot of money each great. I'm very happy, the national you maybe do some other things did you see the article from Krisher Brian Mon in the editorial about the mental health facility, mental health and addiction in match. What's interesting is I had put that exact same thought. Yeah. Two months ago in the suggestion box for on the website for maps for basically the same thing. And so I think you're gonna see stuff for homeless and no help and addiction and transit and biking and making our city much more healthier for a younger crowd than maybe, you know, the out of town business traveler, I think where it's going to maybe go I like the way you think thank you so much for doing this tonight. I really appreciate it. I really enjoyed it. Thanks a lot. And I hope we get to talk again soon. Real do. Thank you, David Glover, again has bad voter, and you can find him on Facebook. And it's very interesting. Oh, I forgot to compliment him. He has a cartoon about technology. This new technology to dry your clothes. It's solar and wind and you put your clothes on the line. Very very funny, David clever. I'm going Culver Falkiner liberty. I appreciate you being here. A great evening this evening. Got a lot of interesting things accomplished. Let me remind you if you would like to go see Nancy Miller at the church of the servant on Thursday. It's thirty dollars at the door..
"steve lack" Discussed on WTVN
"Before we get to a question for Mary. Lou five hundred shows do you have a favorite memory or too? If you want to stop and think about that for a while you can do that. There's so many. I I think I think the fun. The most fun. We had was the time that St. sent lex out into the crowd with the microphone. She was interviewing people freaking them out. And Steve was battles. At the auto show. The auto show we had a blast. That was a good time. And then when Steve lacks race, the smart cars at trail. Jessica Austin race. He said a bad word live like that. I'm Rohner under the bus on that. I wasn't gonna to say see it was funny. I always get I've done a lot of great stuff in my life. I'm very fortunate around erase I've drag racing car related to what someone like, Jessica. It's never raced before excitement. She had. So for me. It's no big deal. But you were so exciting and those types of events I always liked I'm not a big remote fan. But this the callers have always made her so great. Speaking of callers, we got Hello Mary. Lou. I sound like Rick Nelson online number one, Mary Lou what's going on today. Go down to Columbus. I was just curious. I've been looking for a new SUV, and I was checking out the Mercedes. G L C three hundred what's the advantage over the sports bottle over the regular molest UB or vice versa? Been the vantage of the regular geo would just be the ride in the comfort. If you're looking for the sports motto, then that's just going to give you a better performance. Which one are you looking for Mary, the performance or the ride quality? Mary Lou Mary. Whoops. Three hundred e series,.
"steve lack" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Well. I think it's when. We'll be Goldberg said what is the deep state and who's in charge? I think when the wheels fell off the wagon the first segment was pretty good. But the second was not so good. You can watch her full program as well as programs with Stephen Moore and Dan Bongino online at book, TV dot org. Search their names at the top of the page. Welcome to riverside, California. Located about fifty five miles east of downtown, Los Angeles. It has a population of almost three hundred thirty thousand and is home to the university of California riverside founded in the eighteen seventies. It's known as the birthplace of California's citrus industry after the naval orange was introduced and successfully grown there with help from our spectrum cable partners for the next hour and fifteen minutes. We'll explore the city's history and literary life as we talk with authors. And look at collections we begin our feature on riverside with author Steve lack to learn about the history of the city. We're in the FOX theater in downtown riverside, California as a kid we would come. They would show kids, movies, etc. And so what eight ten twelve years old? We would come here to the FOX. I was born and raised here been here. My entire life. Well, of course, it goes back several thousand years with the local Indians here, and we have a number of groups that were in this area really not one to specific because we're right along the river. And so a lot of groups used that that river for their own sustenance. So we had the Indians we had the Serano Indians. We had what they themselves. Call the tongue in historical records. It was the Gabriela because they were part of the San Gabriel mission Lewis Sanyo Indians, also too and that goes back probably in the nine to ten thousand year range for here. When you start talking about non Indian settlement that really starts in the seventeen seventy s when a number of the Spanish explorers are coming through the area. And then that's later supplanted by the Mexican times here, which is then of course, supplanted by the American. Annexation of California starting in eighteen fifty we become a state we had kind of this perfect storm of a number of things that are coming together at this time eighteen seventies eighteen eighties. We've at the railroads coming to hear obviously California's on the far West End of the of the country and most everybody lives in the midwest and back east so in order to get out here, we the government subsidizes the railroads to come out. So that's one big thing because that becomes more comfortable for people to come out here. The climate is another one we've got a very unique what was called Mediterranean type of climate out here. And so it was like going to Italy or Greece or what have you, but you could stay here in the United States. And so the climate is doing are making a very big factor at a time. When of course, this is the industrial revolution. We have factories in our cities back east that are belching a lot of smoke and people are getting a lot of lung ailments, and unfortunately with TV and stuff. At this time all the doctors could do with listen to your chest and say, you're sick you need to get out of here and get to a more dry or arid climate. And so this is drawing a lot of people out here who are hoping to get. The TB or asthma bronchitis baked out of their out of their lungs. So there's that factor. There's the agricultual factor. We have a lot of land available here. And if you're young you live in New England, you wanted to be a farmer as most people did, unfortunately, they couldn't because most of the land was in landed families at the time, but you could come out here, you could homestead for virtually free or you could buy fairly cheap land and set up a farm and farm at the last factor that was coming into play was really kind of this new love or new romance of Spanish are Spanish and Mexican passed. And it was brought about by the publication of a novel called Ramona and Ramona was really supposed to be the ankle Tom's cabin for the California Indians. The woman who wrote it was Helen hunt. Jackson, and she really wanted to sort of highlight the plight of the Indians, just like uncle Tom's cabin did with the slaves. Unfortunately, what happened was that. She died within just a few months of its publication. And she had written such glowing accounts of what southern California was like least in her vision. It's always a sun-drenched landscape. Everything's either fruit or bloom, we get these images of the peaceful Indians working for the Padres. And the like, and that's quite a draw to two people want to come out here when they read oh my goodness. It's it's always springtime out here is that true. And they come out so between trying to rediscover our Spanish past are health concerns are agricultural opportunities. And now we have railroads that can bring people out fairly quickly cheaply and easily. We start to see a huge population. Boom here in the eighteen seventies and more. So in the eighteen eighty s but by eighteen seventy three. We discover a what became the Washington naval orange, and this was orange that had come from Brazil through to Washington DC. And the folks at the USDA really didn't know what to do with it. They sent a some of them Florida. They didn't work. Well, and so we had a woman here named Eliza Tibbets with connections at USDA. And she said, you know, send them out here. Let's see what they can do and almost immediately glommed onto the fact that this was a perfect location for them. And this was a perfect type of crop. The oranges were large. They were sweet they were seedless and they had a fairly thick skin because again, most people live back east. So if we're going to grow a bunch of these we've got to be able to get them to Cleveland Washington Boston wherever and so this was almost an immediate success. And it's something that really kind of bloomed very very quickly because being a seedless orange. It has to be grafted. And so you can graft hundreds from just a couple of trees and the next year, you can graft, thousands, etc. So by the early to mid eighteen eighty s we were exporting hundreds if not thousands of boxes of very valuable oranges again out to the midwest. Chicago Boston that area too and making quite a bit of money off of them and this continued to grow really through the nineteen thirties. And with the advent of a number of different. Other industries with it. We were became a very very wealthy community very quickly. In fact, by eighteen ninety five this is just twenty twenty five years after oversight started we had the highest per capita income in the country, and it was because of those naval oranges. Lots of people were making a lot of money off of them. After World War Two. Of course, we saw the normal decline in that. And at this point now the city's industry kind of gives way to suburbanization which is happening really nationwide. Cities are starting to decentralize and move to the suburbs. And riverside is very much part of that we're tearing up some of the orange groves planting houses instead of orange trees and the city becomes decentralized. And so down town starts to deteriorate. We have additional shopping areas outside of downtown that are coming on along with all these suburbs. And this is really happening really region-wide southern California, huge housing shortage after World War Two guys are coming back. A lot of them have been in the Pacific theater and the tropics and they like the warm climate. So they don't necessarily want to go back to Detroit or Chicago and have to deal with winters again. So they're coming out here into the sunbelt, and especially southern California with their VA loans to buy a new suburban house somewhere outside of downtown here, just like in many other cities. And so we see a huge shift in land use a shift in our agricultural base. We get more industry in here. As opposed to growing of the the citrus, etc. And there's really just kind of a major shift going on here in population and land use here in riverside. We really start to see it quite a bit starting in the seventies and eighties out here because as LA Orange County fill up and land becomes scarcer it necessarily moves east, and it continues to movies even today. So really the bigger much bigger boom happens in the eighties nineties when we see a lot of houses a lot more houses being built out in this area. And this really becomes the dominant land use out here at this point. Unfortunately, what we end up with is a system where we have most of our jobs are actually in the Elian, Orange County area. But most of our homes are out here in the inland area. So people necessarily have to get up early commute and commute back there. It's not to say, we don't have industry and jobs here, but there's quite a few of them in the LA, Orange County area. And so people community had not only from here. But also from the other towns here in the inland area. Riverside is a well. I guess you call it a medium sized city. What about three hundred and twenty five thousand people? Again. Like, I said we're in the inland empire. We've got a very varied population. We go from the high socioeconomic level down to the low as far as demographics are concerned. We pretty much run the gamut between the Anglo Americans to Hispanics, which are large part of the population African Americans etcetera, very large part of the population too. So I think we kind of mirror a lot of southern California. We're becoming a denser community. Now suburbanization is giving away more to urban land uses as the population continues to grow. So when we look out downtown here. Now, we're seeing a lot more loft and apartment type of developments that are coming in multi-storey things which you would not have seen here very very regularly back in the day. So we're seeing a lot of that. There's a younger pop. That's coming into. Apparently, we were one of the big attractions for the millennial crowd out here. And so we're getting a lot more land uses and businesses that cater to that demographic too. But we're seeing more urban land uses come into even a suburban setting. Then I hope they walk away with a sense of what it was like, and what the people were like who came out here when this was pretty much a barren plane as it was described as and we're able to set up a town set up other towns built a railroad to bring people out here, and what they had to do in order to do that. We think, you know, people back, then we're tougher and a lot of ways they were. They gave up their homes wherever they were. And they came on out here to an area described in diaries is basically a desolate plain what am I gonna eat where am I going to get water at cetera, and they made it work, and they got there hosing the ground, and they dug the trenches for the water, they subdivided the land. And they they brought other people out here and made it work. The major thing is that riverside was really the seat of the naval orange industry. And we kind of added to not only our our own growth, but others because we of course, we exported those, and so this really put us on the map, and when people think of riverside today, it's more thought of as a sleepy inland community. But this was really a hub of activity at the time and was for many many years and people made it a point to come out here. That's of course, given way and a lot of degrees to other uses and other businesses and other demographics necessarily. But that's where our roots are Steve lack is author of the book along the old roads variety collection at the university of California.
"steve lack" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Business cards today. He's focused on the Asian American Pacific islander vote there about ten percent of the state and like the country. They're the fastest growing nation. But in this community, the turnout is historically low and in the mid term election voter turnout, especially low across the board. We've got to turn out voters. And if we turn out the voters that we've identified we're gonna win. Up and down the ticket. If we don't we're gonna suffer the ramifications of that select says, that's the biggest challenge Nevada is a purple state that buck the swing state trend in the two thousand sixteen election largely due to Latino voters organized by the state's strongest labor union, the culinary union Nevada chose Hillary Clinton. Democrats flip the state legislature and delivered the first Latina Senator to congress, Catherine Cortez masto. It's the model says Tom Perez, the chairman of the Democratic National Committee. He's in Nevada for the day campaigning, the Democratic Party nationally. Needs to emulate what Nevada has been doing since the beginning of two thousand fifteen which is organizing early organizing everywhere making sure that we have a twelve month party where we're talking to people he points to the voting flyers at every checkout counter the Asian grocery store in early voting site. He says attention to details. Like that is what's important. Yeah. The DNC had a faith based approach to midterm elections. Now, we'd prayed at the candidates would win, but we didn't do much else. Peres says he thinks Democrats will flip anywhere from eight to a dozen governor seats this election, the popular Republican incumbent Nevada. Brian Sandoval is barred from running because of term limits so Cecil like has a chance against his Republican opponent, Adam lack salt, the current attorney general I reached out to lack salts campaign for this story too. But no one responded now something is shifting this year with voter turnout was higher than usual during the primaries. And in the first days of early voting and the race is really a toss up. According to polls, John Rawson is the editor of the Nevada. Independent ended expert on politics, we meet at a coffee shop in Nevada electorate reflects the nation's electorate very polarized to lower turnout election. So it's tribalism Republicans are going to vote for the Republican the Democrats are gonna vote for the democrat like the country, Nevada votes. Mostly democrat. In urban areas, and it votes Republican in rural areas so Rawson says whoever can turn out their voters will win the governorship. That's how Adam lack salt one four years ago for for attorney general he's the only candidate in modern Nevada history to have lost both the urban areas and still wanna statewide race back at the grocery store democratic candidate Steve lack wraps up his visit the people he meets with Lexus of Las Vegas is transient character. Some are recent arrivals or visitors who can't vote in Nevada. Others are conservatives who shakes his hand in later. Tell me they're not voting for him. And then there's Lori. Marijuana. She registered in two thousand sixteen to vote to legalize marijuana. She thought the money that came from it will go to her kids schools, so far she says that hasn't happened whereas going how are we going to fix the school? I started my my daughter had to sit on the floor because we're not that's for the kids chill vote for the person who will improve her three children's education funding. NPR news whilst dangerous..
"steve lack" Discussed on KTOK
"Single family housing units at a projected completed cost of four hundred sixty minute minutes. Million of, course chip address the fact that it's for the arena to be. Built they want to use tax increment, financing which means Dedicate a portion, of the, tax, to building the arena but I found myself when I was reading for this interview tip to. Be surprised, at what berry Trammell and Steve lack Meyer addressed which was the. Intent correct me this is what I, read that Young people are not finding ways to. Stay in Norman like when I went to oh you it was you went to you, you went to college and then if you could find a job in. Norman or you would stay in the college town because college stands are so hip and happening and that has changed now because a, Norman has not has, grown according. To those gentlemen is that true And that is that is certainly partially true and that's that's a part of of the vision that we want to address what we've. Had, is, is Brinkley it's the success of Oklahoma City maps and twenty years of investment. In in Oklahoma City that has led to the revival of, the, positive district of midtown of, the per se. Oh and others and where it used to be that that you either stayed in Norman, or a lot of kids when when I was getting out of, college in the early nineties when my friends oh you they were heading. To Dallas as quick as, they could, or Denver, Seattle Phoenix now we. See more and more. Of of our graduates from oh you staying in the state which is great but so many of them are moving Oklahoma City and and many. Have jobs in woman but they're living in Oklahoma City and part of what we believe. The entertainment district Kicked, will, create in some of the, new urbanism housing. And the multifamily housing that we envisioned around it is to provide the type of environment, that those people don't feel like they need to move to Oklahoma City don't stay Rather now, which leads me to this, question that the website does address our other college towns having this same realization I mean if you think, of, Lawrence Kansas when I think of Lawrence. Kansas it was acquaint Ivy you know place Columbus Ohio was it's a city but it was more college town or other college towns having to kind of look at this and go well we need to get with. It too And we are seeing that across the country and the number of in-use. Certainly in hell universities are getting students to stay, engaged in sporting events oh. You students, have not been attending. Basketball games like they used. To in the. Past part of that is there have you got spoiled with offender but it's a trend that they see. Across the country and so that's. Part of why Joe Castiglione athletic department sees a need to create more, of an, environment than entertainment before and after games so you. Don't just. Have, to, drive away. Noble get, out of your car walk inside go to the game get back in the car got back home you've. Got something, to do before and after, or, maybe you're just walking across, the, street to the guy, so really, concrete that, football mentality and I mean, by spend the whole day in Norman on game down kinda right and we need to do for the, other, sports that's great yeah yeah that's right And it's it's something going back to the millennial comments that both very Trammell. And and Steve my written on and the transcripts, as well the school district. Dr Nick, arena at the Norman. Public schools is a huge. Fan of this. Because Norman enrollment has been flat the past couple of years and the pipeline of new families moving into. Town and children in the school. Is not growing and it's and it's Frankie and if it weren't person, transfers and, so he sees a development like this not only. Lifting the. Tax, rolls, for them Feeds school district but, those kids in the pipeline and. Allows an opportunity for Norman north Norman high, basketball game to be played in an arena When new students being able to see a really classy will topnotch arena well and Moore's halfway more is booming they can go south for entertainment just as easily as they can go north oil that and that's another thing that's driven MRs, Moore's been..
"steve lack" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"You'll excuse me danny i'm going upstairs to rest don't you think we have a couple of things to talk about not now i'm feeling tired barbie what you're right about him barbie he a tasteless man he's got a mean tampere in a dirty little mouth you shouldn't pay any attention to an are you talking about song song doesn't exist studio doesn't exist not anymore knocked the way it is now exactly other studios i'm talking about all of them this is the world dan right here from now on i keep the doors locked with drapes open the windows i don't want any of the outside coming in not the mighty salzone movies without send amend or or those teenaged actor is on television are rap music are any of it barbie whether you like it or not that's the way it is pats the way things are what can you do barb shut your eyes say it doesn't exist because you can see it it doesn't have to exist if i shut my eyes it disappearance yes it does i can wish it away but that doesn't make sense it makes sense to me horrific sense and you know what else makes sense as of right now as of this minute this is the old hollywood with all the charm in romance with all the glamour it's a carefree world again janney chesslike before in this house sarvi none of that stru it's a style jake and nice but it's not true are you listening to me it's folly well if i wish hard enough it won't be phony if i wish hard enough danny barbara police hockey for party yes tell of my friends danny tell them tell hall nader and jerry herndon had steve lack oh now there is a man for you tell them i'm still at the same address and terribly paul made has been dead for five years jerry and and lives in chicago steve black hasn't been around for for fifteen years and if i could get to them if i could what kind of party can i invite them to here happy barbie this is a graveyard year creating a mausoleum understand your wishing for things that are dead we'll see about that well see about that.
"steve lack" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Three one percent stocks are records we have got nasdaq higher by eleven points up twotenths of 1 percent sp up ten a gain narrow four tenths of one percent dow industrials up one hundred forty points advancing seven tenths of one percent i'm charlie pellett that's a bloomberg business flash thanks charlie if you're listening to bloomberg law on monday donald trump said his attorney general jeff sessions was beleaguered well of sessions was wasn't beleaguered then he probably is now reports by the washington post and the associated press say trump is privately discussing replacing sessions this morning trump tweeted that sessions has taken a quote very weak position on hillary clinton crimes and trump's new communications director anthony scaramucci said trump probably once sessions to resign that's according to conservative commentator hugh hewitt it all apparently stemmed from trump's displeasure that sessions recused himself from the russia investigation that step deputy attorney general rod rosenstein in charge urge and he in turn appointed special counsel robert muller to run the investigation with us to unravel all this is steve lack he's a law professor at the university of texas law school steve thanks for joining us so khin khin jeff sessions possibly stay in this job in the face of all this criticism from the man who appointed him that that's a good question echnical only jeff that can answer it you know at this point what we're seeing is the attorney general basically all but during the president of fire him on seem quite clear at least for now that the attorney general has no interest in resigning of it in making the program quite easy for him so trump seems to be good voting sessions into stepping down because the implications if he fires him are many and i want you to talk about them is would it be another instance to add to muller's list of possible obstruction of justice maybe it hard to see how fire in an attorney general who had already recused himself from the investigation you are reportedly prior to obstruct acquitted gulf the obstruction i larger problem and this is a matter of thumb legal debate on it possible depending upon how to read a very technical all that you can report active 1998 that how trump could replace attorney general jeff and we used on an active mpv made upon whether stephens resigns or fire there's.