Apr 262011
 


Life or Death?
&
C’mon JACK!
We want to hear Iggy call you “Mr. Oh-Oh”! (Official Opposition!)


Driving with force tonight is Kari Simpson & Ron Gray!

7:30 – 8:15 pm: ALEX SCHADENBERG, Executive Director for the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, discusses a number of new legal challenges – including one launched today by the BC Civil Liberties Association – to strike down Canada’s assisted suicide law. IMPORTANT!!

8:15 – 8:30 pm: Update on the parental rights revolution taking place in Burnaby! Parents are amassing for tonight’s School Board meeting dealing with the controversial homophobia/heterosexism policy. (story here)

8:30 – 9:30 pm: GLEN ROBBINS, Robbins SCE Research pollster extraordinaire (and a really smart guy), will help us to find the answers to these questions and so much more!

      Harper majority?
      Will Jack Layton become MR. Oh-Oh?
      Can Christy Clark, BC’s scandal-ridden Premier, lose the by-election?

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  One Response to “April 26, 2011, on RoadKill Radio”

  1. If we may kill children in the womb, we may do anything at all. Great numbers of our men and women have been conditioned in our education establishments to think it is normal and desirable that their weak and helpless should be killed.
    Babies asleep in the warmth of their mothers wombs are awakened by knife-edged cannulas that suck and tear their soft young limbs, and white hallowed grandmothers with wandering minds are herded by conditioned white smocked medical professionals into the cold and dark waters of death.
    Physicians and medical staff are educated to think of suicide and abortion as though it were medicine.
    How is it even possible to think such thoughts?
    Our weak, sick and elderly deserve our protection, not Capital Punishment.

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