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Guest: Steve Miller
Join us as we continue the discussion of the corrupt nature of probate tribunals and the threat that those of us determined to be elderly w/assets, face from the racketeering that occurs via these tribunals.
Speaking to us live from Las Vegas, Steve will describe how the system works and how it all began. This will be a “must listen” for all of you battling this predatory and corrupt system.
Steve has had a widely varied career. In recent years, he has become a nationally recognized writer. Steve is also a columnist for several on-line magazines including Rick Porrello’s AmericanMafia.com, and the Canada Free Press.
His works are featured in magazines, newspapers, and news websites throughout the U.S. and Europe. He has background as a rock concert producer; TV personality; national radio talk show host; and a political pollster during the 1996 New Hampshire Presidential Primary. In the 1980s and early 1990s, he served as a Las Vegas City Councilman, and Clark County Regional Transportation Commissioner. Steve has an airline pilot’s license and, in the 1980s, owned Nevada’s largest flight school located at McCarran International Airport. He worked as a production and news photographer for KLAS TV Channel 8, and cinematographer for Columbia Pictures Industrial Film Division.
When Mr. Miller was 19 years old, he built and operated the Teenbeat Club teenage night club with Keith Austin and co-hosted the Teenbeat Club Television Program sponsored by Pepsi Cola. The highly rated show aired in prime time, 5 – 6 PM, each Saturday from 1962 through 1966 on KLAS TV in Las Vegas. In 1998, Steve was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame. Steve’s interviews of legendary Rock and Roll artists are featured on the nationally syndicated radio program The Rock Files. In May, 2011, Steve and his former business partner Keith Austin were inducted into the Las Vegas Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In the 1970’s, Steve was the sales manager of his father’s Las Vegas souvenir manufacturing business Miller Novelty Company. During that time, he invented the icon of Las Vegas souvenirs, the Casino Dice Clock. Steve is often invited to lecture in political science, public policy, and journalism classes at UNLV and the College of Southern Nevada.