Enough! It has to be.

The time for the same old arguments has to be over.

From the murderous rampage of Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold at Columbine High school in Colorado in 1999, to the utterly vicious murders of 20 children by Adam Lanza at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut in 2012, the list of school assaults grows longer and victims more numerous.

Harris and Klebold stole the lives of twelve of their fellow Columbine students, as well as that of a teacher.

Lanza added six adult staff members of Sandy Hook to his violent assault.

Other attacks at schools, colleges and universities have taken place and most of them in the United States.

Today in Oregon, at Umpqua Community College more died.  We don’t know the name of the gunman at the time I’m writing this.  We have been informed thirteen people were killed, although that number remains somewhat in doubt.

The New York Daily News reports “this is the 34th time since the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School that someone was killed by gunfire at a school, according to Everyone For Gun Safety.

I spoke on air with a father who lost his six year old son at Sandy Hook and frankly, I don’t know what to write here tonight.

It was just recently I spoke with a Minister of a church neighbouring the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.  His friend, Clementa C. Pinckney, Pastor of Emanuel AME Church and eight of his parishioners were dead.  Shot by Dylann Roof, a 21 year old who had been invited into the Church to pray with those present and who he, Roof, was about to murder.

Again, I don’t know what to write here tonight.

Except, it is far too easy for the wrong people to legally obtain a firearm or multiples of firearms in the United States.

These words from someone who supports the right of law-abiding citizens to own a gun. Me.

I understand the argument that guns don’t kill people.  People kill people.

I understand this brutal madness won’t be stopped. There are far too many guns in U.S. society.

There must though be logical and ultimately agreeable action which can be taken to save the lives it is possible to save.

If you disagree, please don’t make

Columbine High School

Columbine High School

your argument to me.  Make it to the families of the victims.

Revocation of Canadian citizenship upon conviction of an act of terror against Canada by a dual citizen is correct

Loss of Canadian citizenship up conviction of having plotted and/or committed an act of terror against Canada and Canadians.

Bill C-24 empowers the federal government to rescind Canadian citizenship from anyone who acquires citizenship and swears an oath of allegiance to this nation and all of its people, yet plots/commits an act of terror against Canada and Canadians.

I discussed this with Mubin Shaikh,author of “Undercover Jihadi” and who worked undercover with the so-described Toronto18 terror group, as well as Dr, Zuhdi Jasser, author of “Battle for the Soul of Islam: An American Muslim Patriot’s Fight to Save His Faith” on last Sunday’s program.

Mubin Shaikh spent 8 months working undercover for the RCMP/CSIS infiltrating the Toronto 18.

You may listen back to their views about citizenship revocation upon a terrorism conviction at www.roygreenshow.com (podcasts).

Both Mubin Shaikh and Dr. Jasser agreed on citizenship revocation being an option for the federal government under law.

Justin Trudeau refuses to accept citizenship revocation for an act of terror as a federal response.  Tom Mulcair similarly.

Something to consider October 19.

National Daycare? Again? “No” say my Hockey Moms panelists and one started the national challenge to Paul Martin’s Liberals multi-billion dollar daycare plan in ’05

They are mothers.  Young Moms who cannot and will not be intimidated.  If you’ve heard the Hockey Moms on my show previously, you know that.  Today they take the NDP’s national daycare plan.  Hour 2.  Don’t miss it and do call in.  One of the Hockey Moms confronted then Liberal federal Minister Ken Dryden on the ’05 national daycare plan and that led to a cross-country objection and rallies challenging the Liberals multi-billion dollar plan.  A fundamental question asked by Hockey Mom Michelle Olson was, what does the plan do for parents who decide they want one parent home to raise the child or children and not drop them off at a daycare.  Legit question this time too.  And then there’s the study by three university professors, two Canadian, one American, which found that children attending Quebec’s daycare experience negative consequences.  Hockey Mom Helen Ward, president of Kids First Parents Association of Canada is in touch with these professors and will tell us more.

Should public schools be closed for the Muslim Eid holiday as they are for Christmas?  That was a point of contention in New Jersey this past week as Muslim parents expressed their expectation this would be the case.  The school board declined, saying they didn’t have enough time (6 days) to put such a plan in place. One Muslim woman attending the meeting and speaking into a floor microphone, said, “soon we will be the majority.” This created reaction and we’ll talk to Mubin Shaikh, author of Undercover Jihadi, international security expert who has worked with the RCMP and CSIS and Dr. Zuhdi Jasser, founder of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy and author of Battle for the Soul of Islam: An American Muslim Patriot’s Fight to Save His Religion.”

A senior medical researcher will tell us about research going on now re medical marijuana (cannabis oil) treatment for epilepsy


joining us as well, the lawyer for the B.C. mother ordered by a B.C. Supreme Court judge to not allow her 8 year old son to remain at home alone for an hour or two a day, stating “great deference” must be given to the view of social workers (it was a social worker who complained about the Mom), but saying nothing about any deference to parents.  We talked about this case yesterday and I read on air a letter from the Mom to B.C. Premier Clark.

We’ll take your calls too. There’s much more, so be sure to join us today.