Oct 152012
 

The Judge and Her Paramour, Salim Mansur and the Delectable Lie, Furlong vs. Robinson… Breaking News, or Broken News?, and Jack Layton’s Problematic Legacy

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Monday, October 15, 2012
Drive For Justice 18: The Players, Pt. 5 – The Judge and Her Paramour

Ron Gray focuses in on the trial judge who first heard Kari Simpson‘s defamation suit against Rafe Mair. Hear why Justice Mary Marvyn Koenigsberg was NOT in good standing and therefore not only should have disqualified herself from the case, but should also have been removed from the bench! This is yet another blatant example of judges and lawyers protecting each others sins.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012
RoadKill Radio News: Salim Mansur and the Delectable Lie

Ron Gray interviews Dr. Salim Mansur of Sun News Media about Canadian immigration, and about the catastrophic failure of multiculturalism. Because of Canada’s well-meaning but ill-advised pandering to outside cultures, Dr. Mansur sees many of today’s immigrants as more visitors and commuters than new Canadians, effectively diluting Canada’s identity until – when? – until Canada has no identity at all?

Thursday, October 18, 2012
The Mark Hasiuk Show: Furlong vs. Robinson… Breaking News, or Broken News?

Mark Hasiuk speaks with Laura Robinson, writer and journalist, who alleges in a Georgia Straight article that former Vancouver Olympic Committee CEO John Furlong physically abused students as a high school basketball coach more than 40 years ago. Mr. Furlong strongly denies the allegations and has threatened a lawsuit, but Ms. Robinson sticks to her story and threatens to counter-sue. Hear some very interesting revelations about Ms. Robinson’s development of her story.

Saturday, October 20, 2012
Family Freedom Fighters: Jack Layton’s Problematic Legacy

Ron Gray delivers his own brief eulogy to Jack Layton, refreshingly honest and insightful. While Canada displayed unusual – and unwarranted – hero status to the late minority leader and frequent also-ran, questions still remain about Mr. Layton’s actual effectiveness in improving Canada’s culture, economic stability, and endurance. How does a man whose politics so closely resembled those of former failed world leaders deserve the accolades that are still now heaped upon Jack Layton?

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