Sep 032012

Unrepentant Mair, Getting Involved In Your Child’s Education,
Janet Reno’s Legacy, Help Me Dr. Phil, and Greece-ing the Skids.

Daily at 7:30 pm Eastern

Monday, September 3, 2012
Drive For Justice 12: Apologies from Everyone – Except the Liar Mair

In this week’s instalment of Drive For Justice, Ron Gray notes the many recants and apologies (and compensatory damages) made over the years by news agencies and private citizens who had repeated Rafe Mair’s lies about Kari Simpson only to find that Mair’s assertions had no basis in truth. Only the source of this poison rhetoric – Rafe Mair – remained unrepentant.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012
RoadKill Radio News: Protecting Your Child’s Education (Phil Lees, Pt. 2)

Phil Lees of the Family Coalition Party returns to speak to Kari Simpson and Ron Gray about the ramifications of Bill 13, which forces religious schools to have Gay-Straight Alliance Clubs. Founder of P.E.A.C.E. (Public Education Advocates for Christian Equity), Mr. Lees offers alternative suggestions as well as steps that parents can take to ensure a better education for their children.

Thursday, September 6, 2012
The Mark Hasiuk Show: Janet Reno’s Unfortunate Legacy

Mark Hasiuk recounts the groundbreaking accomplishment of Janet Reno… and her ignominious fall from grace in her mishandling of the Branch Davidian situation in Waco, Texas. American law enforcement’s poor performance in 1993 reverberates to this day.

Friday, September 7, 2012
Culture Guard: Please Help Me, Dr. Phil!

Kari Simpson seeks guidance on behalf of the victims of “Mr. Flanders” from Dr. Phil. The growing list of Flanders’ targets now includes RoadKill Radio’s lawyer Charles LiMandri, a respected Judge, the State of Maine Police force, and a University!

Saturday, September 8, 2012
Family Freedom Fighters: Greece-ing the Skids

This week, Ron Gray gives us a clear picture of the economic crisis in Europe, how it could have been prevented, and how such fiscal insanity could be avoided in the future. If not for greed, irresponsible money management, and lack of accountability, disasters such as these – both in personal lives and international finance – would never happen.

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