Solar: Obama’s Proxy War In The Desert

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Marita is here again with her usual intelligent analysis and pointed stick for poking silly people and ignorant ideas coming from those sillies.  I could post her article by itself, but I believe the reader benefits a great deal in reading her introduction.

Here’s Marita!

Link  to: Solar: Obama’s proxy war in the desert


I’d planned to write on Australia’s election and what it means for the global warming agenda. Then, I looked at this week’s schedule and realized that there was a hearing that I need to rally folks for in New Mexico on September 10—tomorrow. That realization shifted my topic to net metering—which is a big battle in Arizona, and a smaller one in New Mexico. While the New Mexico hearing is tomorrow, the Arizona fight has national implications. Please read Solar: Obama’s proxy war in the desert (attached and pasted-in-below) to get the…

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What Happened to the Wonder?

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Happy Thursday!

Yep. Thursday. Thats right, that means it’s almost Friday…. (cue some sort of happy music)

Today I have been a little insightful. Who would have guessed that a Thursday would make me think about life.

Awhile back, when I was living abroad, I created notes on Facebook being all insightful and deep. Yeah, doesn’t happen too often now, but looking back at these notes got me thinking…. Here is one of the little blurbs I wrote as a highschooler: What Happened to the Wonder?

“I wondered today, what was it like when I heard thunder for the first time. I thought, as babies, we have no idea what this monstrous sound coming from the sky is. And rain? Water falling from the sky. Think about it. ITS CRAZY!!!! The natural wonders of the world seem so everyday to us. What happened to the wonder? Why is it that…

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Thoughts on Arizona corporations

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Many attorneys and business owners look to the Arizona statutes and disillusion has swords for minority shareholders to potentially break deadlock, but do not look at the down side of such actions based on the same statutory framework. Other statutory provisions allow a corporation to, after the filing of a judicial dissolution action, purchase the shares of the dissenting shareholder for fair value, which is decided by the judge, who is entitled to set the price and the terms of sale. This makes the filing of a judicial dissolution action potentially problematic for minority shareholders. There are strategies and ways to structure corporations in their bylaws to avoid this issue.

The point is that whether you’re dealing with majority owners or minority owners in a corporation that sophisticated planning can be done either in forming the corporation or amending his bylaws depending on your clients position. If you have clients…

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