Roy Green - Sun March 31st - Hour 1 by TheRoyGreenShow published on 2013/03/31 21:38:56 +0000 2:05pm: Easter and political correctness: An elementary school principal in Alabama eliminated the word "Easter" from the annual egg hunt for students. This to foster "religious diversity" she said. Reaction was swift and negative. School board stepped in and "Easter" has been reinstated. A win for common sense and respect for Christianity and tradition? Meanwhile, a Seattle teacher is said to have decided Easter Eggs would be named Spring Spheres. School board questions whether that took place, but it was reported in Seattle media. A New York judge threw out a lawsuit by the American Atheists organization demanding a cross-shaped steel beam found in the rubble of the World Trade Center stop being displayed at the September 11 National Memorial and Museum because it promoted Christianity. Judge ruled the beam helped tell the story of 9/11. Principal did not respond to email request she appear on today's show. Guests: Ron Miller. Associate dean at Liberty University (Christian). Author of Sellout: Musings from Uncle Tom's Porch. Fmr. Snr. Exec. with Dept of Homeland Security. Hiram Sasser. Lawyer for student Ryan Rotela (not confirmed) - 2:20: The LAST WORD to Callers. Serious question on Easter Sunday. Was that Alabama school principal correct to remove the word Easter from the egg hunt in the interest of religious diversity? Serious question: Was American Atheists organization correct or just attention seeking in sueing to have the cross shaped steel beam removed from display at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum? - 2:30: Prostate Cancer Canada is engaged in raising awareness about prostate cancer among Canadian men and the people who love them. Prostate Canada's Wake Up Call Breakfast is Canada's only country-wide business focused breakfast series dedicated to the fight against prostate cancer. The first breakfast takes place in Toronto next Wednesday. Guest: Phillip Crawley. CEO/Publisher: Globe and Mail. Prostate cancer survivor. - 2:45: Some weeks ago Green spoke with Dana Graham, wife of Kevin and mother of three from Windsor, Ontario. Kevin is living with brain cancer and only the Health Canada approved drug Avastin is helping Kevin. In fact, Avastin is killing Kevin's cancer according to his oncologist. Ontario though refuses to fund Avastin and the Graham family, by no means wealthy, is required to pay $8400 per month for Kevin's treatment. Ontario government remains indifferent and dismissive toward the Graham's. Manitoba and 3 other provinces fund Avastin.