Dec 312012
 
Resolution

Most of us toy with making New Year’s resolutions, many of us state them outright, but a scarce few of us actually succeed in our resolve. Maybe if we scaled down our lofty self-promises, we’d have some bragging rights by the end of the year.

The main trick is to be realistic about your resolutions. Truth, justice, and the American way are a never-ending battle for even Superman, so lower your sights.

And narrow your scope; a single resolution would be infinitely easier to accomplish than a litany of self-improvements. If you try to quit smoking, drinking, and overeating all at once, you’ll certainly fail – if you don’t kill yourself first! Pick one at a time. Make sure it sticks before you move on to the next hurdle.

Be patient. It’s a New Year’s resolution, after all, so give it up to a year to see it through. Pace yourself.

Once you choose a resolution, refine it by establishing goals. “Lose weight” is a lofty resolution, but “Lose one pound a week for 10 weeks” is a realistic goal.

We should keep the number of resolutions to a minimum. Use my chart below, adding possible resolutions to what’s already there. If you like, rearrange the column categories from Easy, Moderate and Difficult to something like Mind, Body and Spirit or Short-Term, Mid-Term and Long-Term.

Then choose only one from Column A, and/or one from Column B, and/or one from Column C. That should be manageable. Good luck!

Easy:

• Become better organized
• Become greener
• Create personal budget
• Develop hobby
• Learn something new
• Read more
• Talk less, listen more
• Watch less TV
• Write a daily diary
• Donate $10 a month to RoadKill Radio

Moderate:

• Donate to charity
• Eat better
• Exercise more
• Get a (better) job
• Help people
• Play more
• Save money
• Spend more time with family
• Travel more
• Donate $50 a month to RoadKill Radio

Difficult:

• Lose weight
• Move
• Quit drinking
• Quit smoking
• Reduce stress
• Reduce/eliminate debt
• Settle down
• Simplify life
• Work more
• Donate $100 a month to RoadKill Radio

As you might have guessed from my lists, my New Year’s Resolution is to get more people to support RoadKill Radio.

Happy New Year!


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Dec 262012
 

“Good evening. I am Stephen Hawking. Tonight I will explain my Theory of Relative TV. Queen Victoria’s husband, Prince Albert, was a visionary. He once commissioned a study to see if it was possible to transmit pictures and sound through the air to be seen at another location through a viewing box. He concluded that the technologies were not yet available to accomplish such a feat. However, the task had been set in motion, and some decades later television was invented. First it was Black and White TV, and then color TV. Today we have cathode ray TV, LCD TV, plasma TV, and projection TV. Ralph Kramden finally has his 3-D TV. But so much of today’s 3-D is artificial, similar to early colorization. It’s a neat trick, but imperfect. Sound quality has not advanced as rapidly as picture quality. Speakers are still small. Digitized sound, like MP3 compression, sucks the big one. But none of this really matters. Notice the immense popularity of such low quality video such as Skype, phone cameras, and amateur on line videos. High end TV is a sham, important only for social status, bragging rights, and corporate profit. TV quality has in fact exceeded its practical purposes. Unless the picture and sound are distractingly bad, they are quickly ignored, no longer noticed after the first few moments of appreciation. Ultimately, the only quality that counts is in content. Well produced content looks good on any TV. I leave you now with a fine example of quality TV production.”

Sep 242012
 

Join Ron Gray as he introduces us to a few people that shock jock Rafe Mair refers to as Kari Simpson's "Ilk" – those horrible nasty concerned parents who didn't want their children to be lied to or indoctrinated with pro-gay political propaganda while at school. You will also get to meet – via video – "the gay teacher" James Chamberlain, and watch him admit to a national TV audience that he teaches non-approved pro-gay ideology (and other left-wing nonsense) in his kindergarten classroom. Oh wait! Chamberlain later admitted – under oath – that he was lying when he made this televised declaration! What a role model!

Sep 102012
 

Ron Gray recounts the period of time in 1997 when Rafe Mair and other talk show hosts on radio station CKNW deliberately silenced a story that other news outlets were featuring in front page headlines and top stories- some for 3 days straight! In an obvious attempt to bolster Rafe Mair’s lies about Kari Simpson, CKNW scandalously kept its listeners from the truth – only presenting Mair’s continuing vilification of Simpson and refusing to inform listeners about the true facts!

Jul 272012
 

Rafe Mair’s Hatred, Traditional Families Rule, the Flowbee, the AK-47,
Crooked Judges, a Letter to Baird, and a Tip of the Hat.

Daily at 7:30 pm Eastern

Monday, July 23, 2012
Drive For Justice: Rafe Mair Begins His Campaign of Hate and Vilification
Host Ron Gray describes how the happy and productive working relationship between Kari Simpson and Rafe Mair suddenly deteriorated into a relentless hate campaign by Mair that reverberates to this day.

Tuesday, July 24, 2012
RoadKill Radio News: Life, Death, Lies, and a Road Trip
Kari Simpson and Ron Gray deliver a spirited rundown of recent important stories. Covered are the appeal to a rogue judge’s decision to make her own law regarding euthanasia, smear campaign of a comprehensive study that supports the traditional family unit, the continuing decline in confidence in the “news” industry, and judicial corruption.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012
The National Absurder: The Flowbee – Go Ahead and Laugh
Remember the Flowbee? It was a personal haircutting “system” that attached to your vacuum cleaner. The Flowbee became a late night TV joke 20 plus years ago. What idiot would vacuum his hair? Well, tune in to see.

Thursday, July 26, 2012
The Mark Hasiuk Show: Birth of the AK-47
Mark Hasiuk presents a fascinating history of the AK-47, the most popular and enduring machine gun in the the world. So important has the AK-47 been to the liberty of some countries that it actually appears in several national flags and coats of arms!

Friday, July 27, 2012
Culture Guard: Ontario lawyer Fights Judicial Corruption, Pt. 2 of 3
In the second of a three-part interview, Kari Simpson speaks with Christopher Taucar, a respected Ontario lawyer who is conducting his own war against judicial corruption. This week, we hear about a client of Mr. Taucar’s who is the victim of unbelievably unethical judicial shenanigans.

Saturday, July 28, 2012
Family Freedom Fighters: Open Letter to Minister John Baird
This week Ron Gray presents his open letter to John Baird, Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Sunday, July 29, 2012
The Prophets War: Tip of the Hat
General Disorder of the Vulture Guard is now encouraging people to disrupt civil calm by parodying the headwear of other cultures. This blatant insult to the cultural practices of others in order to cause civil unrest is clearly a tactic to cause deeper rifts in society, and to provoke authorities.

Jul 252012
 

Remember the Flowbee? It was a personal haircutting "system" that attached to your vacuum cleaner. At a cost of $50, the Flowbee became a late night TV joke 20 plus years ago. What idiot would vacuum his hair?

Well, this idiot, for one. Yeah, go ahead and laugh. People have been laughing at me for over 20 years. Let me put it to you this way: One haircut a month. $20 a haircut. $5,000 in my pocket. Believe me, I'm laughing, too…

Aug 302011
 


With Terry O’Neill & Kari Simpson

Show #113, Part 1, audio only:

Download Show #113, Part 1, audio only

7:30 – 8:15 pm: MICHAEL COREN gives us the scoop on his new SUN TV show, The ARENA! Mighty Michael is certain to rattle the closed-minded cages of the looney liberal-left media, and shake the politically-correct landscape of Canada with louder rumblings of hope and civil sensibility! RoadKill Radio invokes the RKR DeClaimer for this segment! Here are the details about Michael Coren’s new show! And check-out this Coren column.

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
 

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. As of this writing, Shaw is the only cable service committed to carrying it.

What will be the tone of Sun News Network? The station’s slogan is “Hard News; Straight Talk.”

“I’ve heard Pierre-Carl Peladeau speak about it several times,” said Levant, “and he uses the word ‘conservative’… It’s also populist, patriotic, irreverent. Look at the talent that will be animating this network: Charles Adler, Brian Lilley, Theo Caldwell… There’s a unity of purpose. I’ve heard the phrase ‘A rebel network’… One of our people said, ‘We already have a CBC… we already have a billion-dollar-a-year, completely unwatchable bland, stale, vanilla network. We don’t want to be another.’

“The biggest problem with Canadian journalism,” Levant continued, “is the sameness of it… remarkably similar, like birds responding to some ultrasound signal, lining up their formation. Once in a while, the mob gets it right; but so often the group-think expresses itself in a liberal way. My favourite example is the way the press is in love with Omar Khadr, with gun control, with global warming—by far the biggest issue on which you have this ‘consensus’ in the media… it’s like a group of high school girls comparing fashions: ‘If you’re not doing what the other Heathers are doing, you’re un-cool.’ That’s the way it is with the old media on global warming.”

“So much of what goes on in media is so boring,” added Kari Simpson. “That’s because it’s all liberal.”

Click here to listen to Ezra with Kari Simpson and Terry O’Neill, including their discussion of the Leaders’ Debate, on the RoadKill Radio archives.