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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Family focus tonight on Roadkill Radio

RoadkillRadio is back at it again tonight with another show packed with hard-hitting opinion and important news. Kari Simpson and I be interviewing Coquitlam pollster Glen Robbins, whose commentary during B.C. election night two weeks ago was so perceptive. We’ll then be chatting with Winnipeg’s Rebecca Walberg, of the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada, about new research on family breakdown.

Next, we’ll talk with Edmonton’s Link Byfield, an Alberta Senator-in-Waiting, Wildrose Alliance candidate and head of the Citizens Centre for Freedom and Democracy. Our topic: the Alberta government’s plan to give parents the right to take their children out of classes that deal explicitly with religion, sexuality and sexual orientation. Listen and you’ll find out why Byfield sides with the Canadian Civil Liberties Association in opposing what, to outsiders at least, appears to be family-friendly legislation of the sort Byfield would traditionally support.

All this and Roadkill Radio’s Warrior of the Week, plus another installment in Tales from Van-Kooker. It all happens tonight, 7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Pacific time at www.roadkillradio.com. Listen live or access the archived show later.

Posted by Terry O'Neill on May 26, 2009 in Media | Permalink


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