Lawmakers target video game retailers.
Paul McCartney prefers the Midas' touch.
As Sir Paul McCartney’s latest tour rolls out across America, Midas is once again the console of choice, both for front of house and monitors. McCartney’s longtime front-of-house engineer Pab Boothroyd is using an XL4, having been using the desk almost exclusively since its launch 10 years ago. Meanwhile, monitor engineer John Roden (pictured) is using two Midas Heritage 3000s onstage.I may be watching VH1's All Access: So Jewtastic on Monday at 9 PM if I can.
Sen. Bayh, who turns 50 in less than ten days, speaks out against the Patriot act.
Sen. Evan Bayh, D-Ind., said he opposed the version before the Senate because it doesn't strike the right balance between protecting both security and civil liberties, according to his spokeswoman.
Bayh supports extending current law long enough to let lawmakers come up with another version, spokeswoman Meg Keck said.