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Welcome to eightiesDJarchives! We are a division of The SFDPS (San Francisco Disco Preservation Society). We are dedicated to preserving DJ mixtapes from reel-to-reel, and cassette tapes from the 80's. This Hearthis page has been set up for mixtapes of 80s funk, soul, R&B, New Wave and Pop. Please visit our other mixtape archive page (SFDPS) to listen to DJ mixtapes from the 70's/early 80's disco + Hi-NRG era. hearthis.at/sfdps
 
Leverett Analytics is a show that attacks the NFL and the NBA from an analytical viewpoint but breaking things down in a way that makes sense. Leverett KT is the lead NFL Analyst of Reel One's Productions "NFL Weekly" twitch.tv/reelonesproductions and he gives unconventional takes in an analytical sense.
 
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Today's Midday podcast covers former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch's formal announcement she is running against Gov. Tony Evers in the 2022 race for Wisconsin governor. She vowed to pass a series of election-related bills that Evers vetoed earlier this year if elected, among other things.
 
Today's Midday podcast covers potential Republican gubernatorial candidates looking to beat Gov. Evers. Rebecca Kleefisch and Rep. John Macco have not officially announced their bids, but they are moving closer. The race to replace outgoing Milwaukee Mayor Barrett is also heating up as he will likely become the U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers lawmakers' debate over a bill that would criminalize participating in an unlawful assembly that includes at least one person who makes a threat or violent act. The bill comes as many around the state recognize the anniversary of the shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man, by a white Kenosha Police officer.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers changing population and racial trends across the state as census data shows the overall population increased more slowly than other states. Several Democratic voters filed a lawsuit after the data came out, hoping to have a federal court draw new district lines instead of anyone in state government.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers U.S. Rep. Ron Kind announcing he will not seek reelection after 24 years serving the 3rd Congressional District of Wisconsin. The U.S. Senate also approved the $1.2T infrastructure bill and the $3.5T reconciliation bill framework. The smaller bill would send over $6B to Wisconsin, including funds for EV charging networ…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers some of the funds Wisconsin could see from the latest bipartisan infrastructure measure worth $1.2 trillion in total. The Badger state would get over $5 billion to spend on highways and bridges, but details on the larger reconciliation package expected to follow the "hard" infrastructure bill remain unclear.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers a joint settlement proposal between Purdue Pharma and 15 states that would bring millions to Wisconsin to fight the opioid epidemic. AG Josh Kaul says it's the best case scenario. As Kaul raises funds for his reelection campaign, GOP attorneys are raising funds for their campaigns for the upcoming election.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers Gov. Tony Evers' trip to a Whitefish Bay elementary school to sign the biennial budget. He vetoed roughly 50 proposals that were included by the GOP-controlled Joint Finance Committee but kept their proposed tax cuts for middle-class Wisconsinites.
 
Today's Midday podcast covers what six Dems looking to take U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson's seat had to say about providing health care for all Americans and addressing the student debt issue. Johnson also made headlines this week when he held a news conference on severe adverse side effects from various COVID-19 vaccines.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers four police policy overhaul bills signed into law by Gov. Tony Evers that primarily deal with police use of force and transparency. Eight other bills dealing with police policies, including no-knock warrants, are past the Assembly and headed to the Senate.
 
Today's Midday podcast covers various aspects of immigration reform as lawmakers in Congress battle over what to do with those already in the country, looking to get in and those waiting to see if they're allowed in at all. While some paint the issue as a partisan matter, others say it isn't that simple.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers the push to eliminate the extra $300 checks for unemployed people from the federal government. U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher, R-Allouez, introduced a bill to repurpose funds use for the extra UI benefits for a program he says should incentivize people to come back to work.
 
Today's Midday podcast covers student vaccination requirements for Marquette University and the UW System. Marquette students will be required to get vaccinated by August, but UW System President Tommy Thompson says state university students will not be required to get vaccinated.
 
Today's Midday podcast covers Gov. Tony Evers' announcement he will run for a second term using many of the same campaign pillars that won him the 2018 election. Several potential Republican candidates could put up a fight as former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch has been eyeing the seat for a while.
 
Today's Midday podcast covers the fight over whether to end or continue the extra $300 per week enhanced unemployment benefits from the federal government. Republicans and business owners say the extra money is contributing to the workforce shortage while Dems say there is no evidence to support that.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. Secretary and CEO Missy Hughes acknowledging that some businesses are having a hard time finding help but said numbers don't support the idea that extra unemployment benefits are keeping people out of the workforce.
 
GENRE: 80's DANCE From the Michael Lee reel-to-reel mixtape archives. Recorded live at RAGE in West Hollywood, CA *This reel-to-reel tape was covered in mold from being stored in a damp environment. It was resurrected and saved! Therefore, there may be some slight drop outs from time to time.Di eightiesDJarchives
 
Assembly and Senate committees heard several mostly-Republican backed bills that would ban transgender girls from competing in girl sports in K-12 and collegiate competitions. Supporters say they would protect women athletes while opponents say they would hurt transgender kids.
 
From the Diane Lusk mixtape archives. This is tape 2 of a 2 tape set. Recorded live at Chez Paree in Atlantic City, NJ @ The Ladies For The 80's party. Special thanks to David Feldman for gathering and shipping these tapes to the SFDPS studio.Di eightiesDJarchives
 
From the Diane Lusk mixtape archives. This is tape 1 of a 2 tape set. Recorded live at Chez Paree in Atlantic City, NJ @ The Ladies For The 80's party. Special thanks to David Feldman for gathering and shipping these tapes to the SFDPS studio.Di eightiesDJarchives
 
Today's Midday podcast covers state Sen. Steve Nass slamming the idea of ending the tuition freeze for the UW System that's been in place for the past eight years. He told his GOP colleagues the university doesn't need more money. But UW System President and former Governor Tommy Thompson, a Republican, says the schools would benefit from ending th…
 
GENRE: MID-80's DANCE This is tape #2 of a 2 tape set. Fred was an East Coast DJ from NJ. The tape label says "Disco Mix", but it's actually mid-80's dance music. From the Diane Lusk mixtape archives. Special thanks to David Feldman for gathering and shipping the tapes to the SFDPS studio, and for the photo of Fred.…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers only 15 state legislators, who last year reported attending conferences or speaking at seminars, a sharp drop from 2019 numbers. The decline in lawmaker travel during the pandemic year was detailed in the 2020 economic interest statements for all 131 lawmakers who were serving in the Legislature.…
 
GENRE: MID-80's DANCE This is tape #1 of a 2 tape set. Fred was an East Coast DJ from NJ. This was recorded at Gatsby’s Disco in Cherry Hill, NJ The tape label says "Disco Mix", but it's actually mid-80's dance music. From the Diane Lusk mixtape archives. Special thanks to David Feldman for gathering and shipping the tapes to the SFDPS studio, and …
 
Today's Midday podcast covers a bill, now in the Senate, that would create a special commission to investigate what happened the day of the attack and what led up to it. The commission would then submit recommendations to improve security. Republicans opposed the bill. They say the investigation would be redundant because it overlaps with investiga…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers who wants to spend how much of whose dollars on expanding broadband access across the state. Gov. Evers announced a $100 million grant program to expand broadband and LFB says using federal dollars to expand access would cost more than using state funds.
 
Today's Midday podcast covers former 8th Congressional District Representative Reid Ribble announcing he will join a group of about 100 former and current elected officials if they create an official breakaway party. They say the new group aims to bring in 'rational' conservatives as opposed to the 'radical' conservatives who stand with former Pres…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers a sampling of bills making their way through the Legislature. The Senate advanced a series of police reform bills and the Assembly passed bills to make publicly funded sports venues play the national anthem before games and to expand school voucher eligibility.
 
Today's Midday podcast covers four members of Wisconsin's House delegation requesting nearly $150 million in earmarks since both national party caucuses agreed to bring back community project funding. Republicans banned earmarks a decade ago after retaking control of the House with some criticizing the process as wasteful and ripe for corruption. A…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers vaccinations starting to slow and local county health departments beginning “hand-to-hand combat” to reach herd immunity. For more of the most relevant news on the coronavirus outbreak, reports on groundbreaking health research in Wisconsin and links to top stories, sign up today for the free daily Health Care Report f…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers Vice President Kamala Harris visit to a clean energy lab at UW-Milwaukee and participation in a roundtable discussion as part of her trip to Wisconsin. GOP Reps. Tyler August, of Lake Geneva, and Jim Steineke, of Kaukauna, wrote an open letter to the vice president detailing their visit last week to the southern border…
 
Today's Midday podcast covers the Dane County judge who voided two contracts GOP legislative leaders signed that put taxpayers on the hook for more than $1 million in legal fees, ruling lawmakers don't have the authority to retain private counsel for a redistricting suit that hasn't been filed yet.
 
Today's Midday podcast covers Evers approving SB 69, creating Wisconsin Act 30, alongside Jewish community advocates and state lawmakers from both sides of the aisle. The law requires all schools to provide Holocaust instruction to students grades five through eight once and provide Holocaust instruction again at least once more for students grade …
 
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