Jun 142011
 


With Terry O’Neill & Kari Simpson!

Show #105, Part 2, audio only:

Download Show #105, Part 2, audio only

8:00 – 8:45 pm: SEAN MURPHY from the Catholic Civil Rights League will talk about the controversy over the Burnaby School District’s attempts to establish a policy that gives special rights and recognitions to politically loud militant gay activists, while ignoring and discriminating against the rights of others – namely civil-minded faith groups and other common-sense Canadians. Click here for the CCRL submission, here for the recent News Release from the Parents’ Voice.

Apr 172011
 

Ezra Levant gives RKR a sizzling preview of his coming daily SUN-TV talk show
Canadian iconoclast Ezra Levant told RoadKill Radio Tuesday night about his hopes for the latest phase of his career: host of a one-hour public affairs talk show on the new SUN-TV network.

“The theme is one word,” said Levant: “Freedom. It’s about the individual and the State. And we’ll be able to talk to people all across the country.” The network and Levant’s new show premier April 18! …full story

Click here to listen to Ezra with Kari Simpson and Terry O’Neill, including their discussion of the Leaders’ Debate, on RoadKill Radio archives.
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You finance the destruction of your privacy—and bureaucrats think you don’t care!
British Columbia is in the forefront of a massive expansion of government accumulation of private information about citizens. The BC plan is beguilingly called, ‘Citizens @ the Centre: BC Government 2.0’

But what’s really at the centre is all your private and confidential information. And at the periphery will be tens of thousands of portals, giving bureaucrats access to your secrets.

Ms. Michael Vonn, Policy Director for the BC Civil Liberties Association, spent an hour on RoadKill Radio Tuesday night revealing hidden dangers in the system that the provincial government doesn’t want to talk about. …full story

Click here to listen to the whole hour interview on RoadKill Radio
Click here for the Citizens@the Centre: BC Government 2.0 document
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Burnaby School District DECLINES RoadKill Radio’s request for an interview!!
Shock…gasp! Actually, no surprise here; it is amazing what happens when parents find out what is going on in their schools and informed media (RKR & LifeSite News) start to ask questions!

RoadKill Radio first talked about this issue on our March 15, 2011 broadcast when we first became aware of the Burnaby School District’s proposed ‘homophobia/heterosexism’ policy. Since that time, community associations and parents have united their efforts to put a stop to this absurd and dangerous policy.

In a recent correspondence declining our invitation to appear on RKR and explain the District’s reasoning behind this policy, the Burnaby School District states…full story

This week on RoadKill Radio more election coverage and current events that matter!

Apr 172011
 

Shock…gasp! Actually no surprise here; it is amazing what happens when parents find out what is really going on in their schools and informed media (RKR & LifeSite News) start to ask questions!

RoadKill Radio first talked about this issue on our March 15, 2011 broadcast when we first became aware of the Burnaby School District’s proposed ‘homophobia/heterosexism’ policy. Since that time community associations and parents have united their efforts to put a stop to this absurd and dangerous policy.

In a recent correspondence declining our invitation to appear on RKR and explain the District’s reasoning behind this policy, the Burnaby School District states:

Hello Kari:

Thank you for the invitation to be interviewed on RoadKill Radio however we respectfully decline.

As I mentioned on the phone, the Homophobia/Hetrosexism Policy (#5.45) is currently in the policy development process. The Policy Committee of the Board is currently compiling input on the draft policy received to date and will be meeting in late April or early May to review all input and to finalize a recommendation to the board. The draft policy will return to the board for consideration of adoption in late spring. Should the Board adopt the policy; the superintendent’s office will then distribute policy statements, regulations and procedures to schools.

Thank you for your interest,
Gilian Dusting
Acting Communications Manager
Burnaby School District 41

RKR co-host Kari Simpson believes this is a “regressive and dangerous policy, driven by left-wing political activists.” Simpson recalls in 1997 the NDP adopted a similar resolution when they were government. “The NDP were obliterated in the next election, being left with only 2 seats, this is something the elected officials sitting as school trustees for Burnaby should give serious and sober thought to,” says Simpson.
Click here to read the full story in LifeSite News