Roy Green - Sat March 30 - Hour 2 by TheRoyGreenShow published on 2013-03-30T20:13:34Z 3:05: Ottawa panders to ethnicity over gendercide. National Post column by Barbara Kay today. BK writes federal Conservative government so fearful of upsetting the few in Canada who object to speaking against birth based on gender preference (sex selection). Conservative MP Mark Warawa's proposed parliamentary motion which would have "condemned discrimination against females occurring through sex-selection pregnancy termination" has been disallowed by the party ('unvotable'). This has led to a simmering an not so quiet expression of discontent by some two dozen Conservative backbench MPs. Barbara Kay writes this is the second most embarrassing moment for the Harper government. In 2010, it tottered when separatists in Quebec (BQ's Gilles Duceppe objected to a Maclean's article titled: The Most Corrupt Province in Canada. Guest: Barbara Kay. Columnist. National Post. - 3:20: The LAST WORD to Callers: Did the Harper government blow it by shutting down Mark Warawa's motion to "condemn discrimination against females occurring through sex-selection pregnancy termination"? And...ummm...what's the BQ saying about Quebec corruption now. Well, maybe most BQ sympathizers are NDP MPs...but whose counting? - 3:30: Former Alberta Premier Ralph Klein died yesterday at 70 years of age. A larger than life figure in Canadian politics Klein retained the favour of Alberta voters for successive elections and became the voice for many Western Canadians when he expressed his opposition to the Kyoto Accord signed on to by Jean Chretien. When asked about possible secession of Alberta from Confederation over Kyoto, Klein answered with "Don't push us too hard." Guest: Lorne Gunter. Edmonton. Sun News contributor. Had many encounters with Ralph Klein. Guest: Rod Love. Fmr. Chief of Staff for Ralph Klein as both Premier of Alberta and Mayor of Calgary. - 3:45: The Toronto Star continues its serial attacks on the city's Mayor Rob Ford. This time the Star wrote Mayor Ford had been asked to leave a military Ball because he appeared "intoxicated, high, or otherwise not in control of himself." The Star quotes many unnamed sources to substantiate its story, as well as city councillor Paul Ainslie who maintains he did ask the Mayor's Chief of Staff to persuade Ford to leave. The Mayor's Chief of Staff argues that conversation never took place. The Ford camp remains furious at the Star. Guests: Doug Ford. Toronto city councillor and brother of Mayor Rob Ford. Doug Holiday. Deputy Mayor of Toronto and member of city council.