Road Warrior of the Week


December 3, 2012:

Oliver Capko

Oliver Capko, student at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Langley, BC, is fighting for the right to form a pro-choice club on his campus. The student association has denied his request for club status based on their “official” pro-abortion stance. While Colleges and Universities were once institutions of higher learning and free exchange of ideas, they now seem to have devolved into cesspools of political correctness and institutionalized prejudice. Mr. Capko is keeping the spirit of Free Speech and Free Association alive with his fight against this censorship.


November 26, 2012:

Dr. Salim Mansur

Salim Mansur, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Western Ontario in Canada, has made a brilliant case against the multiculturalism that is fragmenting and diluting the once great Canadian culture. In his book “Delectable Lie”, Dr. Mansur points out that after fighting for cultural identity in two World Wars, Canada has suddenly followed the “absurd” notion that all cultures are equal. We applaud Dr. Mansur’s fight for Canadian identity. This December, tune in to RoadKill Radio News for a 4-part interview with Salim Mansur about his book, “Delectable Lie.”


November 19, 2012:

Maurice Vellacott

Maurice Vellacott, MP for Saskatoon—Wanuskewin in the province of Saskatchewan, recently recommended that Linda Gibbons and Mary Wagner receive Diamond Jubalee medals. Minister Vellacott calls these women “heroines of humanity” for their brave and relentless opposition to baby-killing, a stance that has repeatedly landed them both in jail. You see, Canada is not only the only country in the world with no law addressing pre-born human rights, but to be pro-life is tantamount to being a criminal. Bravo Minister Vellacott for standing up for defenseless babies.

  One Response to “Road Warrior of the Week”

  1. Congratulations and keep up the great work!

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