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GUEST CALL-IN: (347) 308-8386 | Tune in to hear Mikester discuss social, political, and cultural topics of relevance to LGBT-American freedom activists.--Join us for a conversation with Peggy Plews, blogger and activist with Arizona Prison Watch on the 2nd Annual Day of the Dead Prisoners vigil and chalk mural demonstration.
GUEST CALL-IN: (347) 308-8386 | Tune in to hear Mikester and Thane talk about local activism in Arizona's District 24.--Tune in for our TOP 10 LIST of the most evil people in American politics and what's so scary about them!!
GUEST CALL-IN: (347) 308-8386 | Tune in to hear Mikester and Thane talk about local activism in Arizona's District 24.--Zhani Doko is running for the Arizona House of Representatives in District 28 and we've got the exclusive on his first radio interview!! Find out what Zhani thinks about all the tough issues on Thursday at 8pm.
New Arizona ant-deficiency case podcast by Attorney Steve Vondran Arizona real estate attorney Steve Vondran discusses the Arizona appellate court case of M&I Bank v. Mueller which took issue with Arizona's ant-deficiency law (A.R.S. 33-814).
In particular, the case dealt with an Arizona construction loan wherein the owner of the land started to build and construct their property which the court found was intended to be used as a single family dwelling.
Under A.R.S. 33-84 there can be no deficiency judgement where the property is 2.5 acres or less and iis utilized as a signle family or two family dwelling.
The bank sought to recoup their alleged losses following the Arizona non-judicial foreclosure sale. This court, on appeal, ruled that the borrower was protected by the Arizona anti-deficiency statute and thus, the bank could not recover its alleged losses.
As a footnote to the case pointed out, the lender should assuming the risk of falling real estate prices.
If you are facing foreclosure in Arizona, this general legal overview of the Arizona anti-deficieny statute may help you avoid liability, including a "shake-down" letter from the bank!
The Arizona Cardinals enter the bye week at 4-4 after a 27-13 win over the Atlanta Falcons. The defense starred with four interceptions of Matt Ryan and Andre Ellington ran for 154 yards. The ROTB Radio crew talk about the biggest issues coming out of the game as the team enters the bye.
Today is the first day on the air ! So let's comfy and cozy and get to know each other ! The tone for Memoirs with Grande' Beauty will be set . ?
GUEST CALL-IN: (347) 308-8386 | Tune in to hear Mikester and Thane talk about local activism in Arizona's District 24. -- Tonight we'll go over recent new developments on some of our projects, including No War With Syria and the Nullify Sinema Alliance, as well as Occupy Liberty.
Special thanks to FreedomsPhoenix.com for the publicity this week!!
Because the podcast is based in Arizona, and we don't do daylight time, nothing about our scheduling will change!! However you'll all have to adjust your clocks AND your reminders in order to listen to our new time.
It's too confusing to figure out for me since we don't do that stupid shit so you will have to refer to your local Google search to figure out what the heck 8pm Arizona is in your time zone.
Then tune in for another 90 minutes of kickass music and comedy by the reigning royalty of Q-List celebrity Head Nurse Mikester and Soundmaster Walter. You won't be sorry!!
GUEST CALL-IN: (347) 308-8386 | Tune in to hear Mikester and Thane talk about local activism in Arizona's District 24. -- Over the past few weeks we have discussed a number of bills from last session and strategies for reintroducing them in January.
Joining us Thursday is Adam Henriksen of the Arizona Tenth Amendment Center to discuss the bill to Nullify NDAA and more!!
Each week, Project Highway will bring a 30-minute live update from the road, all across the country, wherever they happen to be, and this week they will be broadcatsing from Arizona! Project Highway is the journey of two stand-up comedians, Barbara Perez and Mike Motz. They will travel together across America, finding work along their route for their gas and food; performing comedy at every opportunity, while meeting and inspiring other people to rediscover their own dreams while documenting it all for broadcast.
Joining us is Michelle Ramos from the Arizona Animal Welfare League and SPCA, Arizona's oldest and largest no kill animal shelter. Learn about their many community programs, education, and success.
The Arizona Animal Welfare League (AAWL) was founded in 1971 by a group of concerned animal lovers. This group was led by Amanda Blake, best known as "Miss Kitty" on the television program, Gunsmoke. Starting out on a small scale, concerned volunteers adopted rescued cats and dogs from foster homes. In the late 1970s, the organization built its first shelter. By the mid 1990s, the AAWL & SPCA began rescuing animals scheduled to be euthanized by the County, and, after rehabilitation, made them available for adoption to the community. Over the past 42 years the organization has grown from adopting a handful of animals each year to a full service animal welfare organization and leader in innovative behavior training, medical care, adoption, education and community outreach programs. Today our shelter has an onsite veterinary clinic, kennels with a separate cattery, a training center and a freestanding infirmary.
In 2005, the Arizona Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) merged into AAWL. The new organization was renamed the Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA (AAWL & SPCA).
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