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Behind the Judicial Curtain, Parenting vs. DayCare, Daycare and Bullying, and Who Are the Real Bullies?

Daily at 7:30 pm Eastern

Monday, November 12, 2012
Drive for Justice 21: Behind the Curtain
Host Ron Gray continues taking us through the initial BC Supreme Court trial of Kari Simpson v. Rafe Mair et al in which Simpson accused Mair of defamation – and pulls back the curtain to reveal that the trial judge herself was on the defence side of her husband’s own defamation case. This obvious conflict of interest should have resulted in the judge recusing herself, but listen to what shenanigans happened instead…

Tuesday, November 13, 2012
RoadKillRadio News: Parenting vs. the Lifelong Negative Consequences of Daycare
Kari Simpson and Ron Gray speak once again with Helen Ward, President of Kids First Parent Association of Canada, about the damaging ramifications of letting institutions raise your children. With all the evidence and common sense pointing toward the parent-child relationship as the healthiest, most positive way to raise a child, why does the government push institutional care – and why do parents buy into it!?

Thursday, November 15, 2012
The Mark Hasiuk Show: The Roles of Media and Daycare in Bullying
Join Mark Hasiuk as he explores bullying / cyber-bullying, and the roles that the media and daycare play in this social crime. Citing Amanda Todd‘s recent tragic suicide, Mark explains why this particular teen suicide garnered so much attention. Turning his focus on the cause of bullying, Mark explores the role of daycare and institutionalized child rearing. Want to stop bullying? Start reconnecting parents with their kids.

Saturday, November 17, 2012
Family Freedom Fighters: Who Are the Real Bullies?
Ron Gray takes a step back to look at the bigger picture of bullying. Why does it exist at all? Why does it exist in our culture? And why have we allowed bullies to take our world from us and shape it in their own image? Find out who the real bullies are, and how we allow them to get away with their bad behaviour.

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