Feb 142012
 

Member of Parliament Brian Storseth discusses his private members Bill C-304, which seeks to restore basic freedoms of speech to Canadians. If passed, this would curtail the severe abuses of the Human Rights Commissions and Tribunals throughout the country, which currently deny basic rights of freedom, legal representation, and prohibits “truth” as a defence.

RoadKill Radio News is hosted by Kari Simpson and Ron Gray, each of whom have faced such tribunals, and – a rarity – both of whom won their cases. This is an important act of restoring democracy. Bill C-304 will have second reading on February 15, 2012. Call your MP and demand they vote in favour of Bill C-304!

  One Response to “MP Brian Storseth and Bill C-304”

  1. […] on the taxpayer-funded website of CBC. You may have to visit alternate information sources such as Roadkill Radio, ARPA Canada and SUN News. But the changes made by eliminating the oppressive and unfair Sec. 13 […]

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