Roy Green Show
What a week in Canadian politics and what’s on today’s...
What a week in Canadian politics and what a week for taxpayer dollar spending accountibility. Senators Mike Duffy and Pamela Wallin quit the Conservative Party caucus over expense claims issues, although Duffy’s situation is clearly more complex, given the involvement … Continue reading →
Tim Bosma’s death so senseless and a Texas high school...
This morning we all heard from Hamilton police that Tim Bosma, 32 year old husband, father and son is dead. Police found his body burned. A young man really just entering the prime of his life was trying to sell … Continue reading →
Some of what you’ll hear on today’s show (Sunday May...
Most importantly, Happy Mother’s Day to all Moms. This is your day of special recognition and we’ll be speaking to mothers on the show. You know I reconnected with my cousins Diane and Gael last August, after 52 years of … Continue reading →
CUT (Cut Unfair Taxes) remains a ‘hot’ issue
During our segment with Catherine Swift, Chair of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business and Linda Leatherdale, independent business journalist at lindaleatherdale.com yesterday I questioned on air just how much energy the CUT (Cut Unfair Taxes) initiative still has. This … Continue reading →
Todays show (Saturday, May 11) will include
Federal Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver challenging Al Gore’s assertion the Alberta oil sands are an “open sewer”. Why don’t more media to whom Gore gives interviews (and he has a reputation for avoiding challenging interviewers and questions) do what … Continue reading →
The vicious brutality of three brothers in Cleveland
It is staggering to think three brothers would engage in kidnapping, sexual assault, confinement, torture and possibly even worse and carry out such acts for a decade, all the while appearing ‘normal’ to neighbours in the city of Cleveland. Thankfully, … Continue reading →
what you’ll hear on today’s show. Sunday, May 5
Happy Cinco de Mayo! Today, the CBC’s “any race but Caucasian” job and African-American Yolanda Spivey tells her story of no job offers while applying for insurance industry jobs she was qualified for and while she self-identified as African-American. So … Continue reading →
Here’s some of what you’ll hear today, Sat. May 4, 2013
Richard Perle is the former Assistant Secretary of Defense in the Reagan administration. We’ll speak with Mr. Perle about the terror threats in North America. You’ll recall how Ronald Reagan dealt with Muammar Gadhafi when he exported terror. My good … Continue reading →
more terror bombing related arrests in Boston and “any...
I suspect many people had the feeling the Tsarnaev brothers had assistance in their vicious bombing attack at the Boston Marathon, particularly since the older brother had been pegged by Russian intelligence services to their U.S. counterparts as a person … Continue reading →
Slamming Don Cherry has become a spurious cottage...
Don Cherry, hmmmm…let’s see. Oh yes, Don, Rose and their children began a wonderful care facility for children facing life-limiting and life-altering illness. The facility was originally The Rose Cherry Home for Kids and is now The Darling Home for … Continue reading →
On today’s show: Sunday April 28
For the purposes of a Boston Globe interview the 26 year old Chinese entrepreneur who was carjacked by the Boston Marathon bombing Tsarnaev brothers calls himself Danny. Today I’ll be speaking with Northeastern University Criminologist James Alan Fox. Professor Fox … Continue reading →
This CUT (Cut Unfair Taxes) email went out to the PM and...
Here’s the email I sent to the press secretaries and/or senior staff of Prime Minister Harper, official opposition leader Tom Mulcair, Liberal leader Justin Trudeau and Green Party leader Elizabeth May. I will let you know when I receive a … Continue reading →
Sunday lineup includes what may await Tsarnaev when he’s...
When Dzohkhar Tsarnaev is eventually transferred to prison after recovering from his wounds sufficiently well, what will await him from American inmates, especially initially in the State of Massachusetts? Will there be attempts on his life? Jim Cavanagh spent many … Continue reading →
The events of Boston and our tax protest (CUT – Cut...
Today, a Queen’s university professor who has been in Boston all week shares what that experience has been like. He’s a Russian history expert who will also speak about Chechnya, which has been part of the dialogue all week with … Continue reading →
They looked so casual preparing to set their bombs
Did it strike you that the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects looked so casual as they prepared to set and prime the bombs they were carrying to the marathon site? Knowing you’re about to unleash a destructive and life-taking assault … Continue reading →
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