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Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Roadkill Radio to shake things up with Ezra's Shakedown

Roadkill Radio is up and running again tonight, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Pacific, with another high-energy, big-content show. Kari Simpson and I will begin with an in-depth interview of Ezra Levant, author of the acclaimed new book, Shakedown, which exposes the many injustices and insanities that characterize the Canadian human-rights industry.

We'll then segue into another human-rights-commission-related matter, the recent filing of a CHRC complaint by a group of gay/lesbian/bisexual activists who claim the Canadian health-care system systemically discriminates against them. Be sure to listen as we explore the many ramifications of this complaint.

Next up will be our monthly visit with pollster Glen Robbins, who has a tasty tidbit of public opinion for us.

Finally, it's our Roadkill Radio Warrior of the Week, pharmacist Cristina Alarcon, who will tell us about the international fight to protect the conscience rights of health-care workers.

It all starts at 7:30 p.m.  Pacific tonight at www.roadkillradio.com. Listen live or call up the archived show later.

Posted by Terry O'Neill on April 7, 2009 in Current Affairs | Permalink


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